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  • A journey across South America's Inca Road by Niki Collins-Queen 10/6/2010 2:04:47 PM
    Karin Muller chronicled her over six month 3,125-mile journey through Ecuador, Bolivia, Chile and Peru in her memoir “Along the Inca Road: A Woman's Journey into an Ancient Empire.” National Geographic's television division assigned John, a part... more

  • A great story about spending a year in Japan by Niki Collins-Queen 10/6/2010 2:01:43 PM
    Karin Muller, at age 34, wanted to improve her Judo and get a fresh perspective on the meaning of life. Most of her Judo instructors, who seem to glow with an almost ethereal calm and inner strength, made it clear she needed to understand the philoso... more

  • Kaohsiung, the friendly city by Jerome Parisse 9/26/2010 5:57:06 PM
    I’ve just spent a few days in Kaohsiung. It was my first time in Taiwan, and I must admit and I was impressed! The people are extremely friendly and they welcome the few tourists who go there with open arms (To be honest, we didn’t see more than a ha... more

  • Costa Rica Looks Good to Me by Pinckney D Rivers 8/27/2010 12:40:42 PM
    Thinking of trying the Expat life? Read this.... more

  • Vietnam: A Vagabond Travel Guide by Niki Collins-Queen 8/23/2010 10:36:13 AM
    Several years as a U. S. management consultant convinced Karin Muller she did not want to be a part of Wall Streets world of inflated salaries, empty lives and inevitable ulcers. Instead of consolidating her career and padding her 401 (k) Karin, at a... more

  • Lessons learned at the Book Passage Conference by Linda Ballou 8/20/2010 6:23:32 PM
    I was very proud to rub shoulders with the best travel essayists alive today. Lost Angel Walkabout-One Traveler’s Tales is nestled between Tim Cahill’s, Hold the Enlightenment and Rolf Potts, Vagabonding on center stage at the Book Passage Travel Wri... more

  • My last week off from work... by Amber V Moonstone 8/16/2010 6:06:50 AM
    Well I cannot believe that this is my last week off from my job at the college I work.... more

  • Extraordinary travel tales by Niki Collins-Queen 8/2/2010 2:30:51 PM
    Rita Golden Gelman hasn't had a permanent address since 1987. Her extraordinary memoir "Tales of a Female Nomad: Living at Large in the World" is about her nomadic life traveling around the globe. At age 47 she left an upscale lifestyle when her... more

  • Female Nomads by Niki Collins-Queen 7/28/2010 2:30:12 AM
    Rita Golden Gelman hasn't had a permanent address since 1987. Her popular memoir “Tales of a Female Nomad” is about her nomadic life traveling around the world. She explains, “I no longer wanted to live in one tiny dot on the giant map of the world. ... more

  • Replenishing the Well with Travel by Ian Irvine (Hobson) 7/17/2010 4:23:22 AM
    I've spent the past three months travelling to Fiji, the South Western states of the US and the UK. Visits to Mesa Verde and other North American Indian sites were augmented in June by visits to a dozen UK megalithic and ancient Celtic and Roman site... more

  • AB FAB Review of Lost Angel Walkabout by Linda Ballou 7/16/2010 8:31:52 AM
    Review by Real Travel Adventures Editor, Bonnie Neely... more

  • HATTERS ARE MAD by Robert A. Mills 7/10/2010 5:39:32 AM
    Everyone who has read Lewis Carroll’s delightful “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” knows the author never referred to the Hatter as the “Mad” Hatter. Of course, mad he most certainly was, emphatically proclaimed by the Cheshire Cat who constantly ... more

  • Back to Low Arvie by Linda Watson 7/9/2010 11:53:47 PM
    Saturday again and my week in Warwick is almost over! Its been a very busy one and I'm afraid Tabitha and Michael haven't moved at all. I was hoping for a quiet day to myself yesterday to get them moving, but 'the best laid schemes ....' as our Na... more

  • Three chocolate croissants, please! by Jerome Parisse 6/30/2010 5:48:34 PM
    I came across a group of Japanese tourists yesterday as I was hurrying to a meeting in the city. They surprised me by being uncharacteristically un-Japanese. I love the way people behave in Japan, the politeness, the silence, the respect for each oth... more

  • Praise for Lost Angel Walkabout by Linda Ballou 6/9/2010 7:35:39 PM
    Real Travel Adventures Loves Lost Lost Angel Walkabout... more

  • A kiss or three by Jerome Parisse 6/6/2010 2:58:44 AM
    I’m learning Cantonese. Yes, you’ve read right, I’ve decided to learn a language that most people deem to be among the hardest to learn. Why? I do spend a lot of time in Hong Kong for a start. And I’ve always been a lover of languages. I know, Englis... more

  • Another trip to NYC !! by Amber V Moonstone 4/13/2010 4:05:49 AM
    An Update on my daughter's dress.... more

  • DIPLOMAT OR DEMOCRAT, PART THREE by Robert A. Mills 4/3/2010 7:19:41 AM
    Without saying another word, the two embassy officials in the front of the limo—Merrill and John—glanced at each other, raised the Plexiglas partition and turned away, as if no longer interested in their bogus charges. “What the hell di... more

  • DIPLOMAT OR DEMOCRAT – PART ONE by Robert A. Mills 3/27/2010 9:43:30 AM
    My fascination with aviation began when I was old enough to appreciate the magnitude of Charles Lindbergh flying non-stop alone across the Atlantic in a rickety monoplane with five sandwiches, a canteen of water, and no radio. My greatest disap... more

  • SLAINTE, AER LINGUS! - Bonus Blog by Robert A. Mills 1/18/2010 9:15:05 AM
    BONUS BLOG – SLAINTE, AER LINGUS How many people do you know who brush their teeth in the shower? Probably not many—and who would confide such information even if they did? Truth is, I do and have for many years. Brushing ... more

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