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South African Vacation? Five Amazing Animals You Can See


Elephants and lions are just the beginning. Read More »

Days of Sicily, Knights of Malta – Part 3: Palermo

Cloister, St. John of the Hermits, Palermo

Churches, catacombs, hermits, and Inquisition graffiti in Sicily's biggest city. Read More »

Days of Sicily, Knights of Malta – Part 2: Erice


A foggy visit to the ancient mountaintop town near Sicily's western coast. Read More »

Days of Sicily, Knights of Malta – Part 1

View from Villa Cefala

Travels in the north and west of Sicily: Segesta, Trapani, and a beautiful agriturismo. Read More »

Comparing the Costs of Carribean and Mediterranean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Ships At Dock: Photo by Tom via flickrr/cc.

If you are willing to cut corners or take a shorter trip, either of these options can be affordable. Read More »

Toy Review: Touring Teddies


Touring Teddies look to get kids off their screens and out into the world around them. Read More »

Strolling Along Three of the World’s Longest Beaches


Ninety miles of beach can be pretty lonely for one person – unless you're a person who is looking for exactly that. Read More »

Hidden Medieval Castles Waiting To Be Discovered in Germany

Drachenburg Castle

Travel off the beaten path to find a piece of history that's just waiting to be explored. Read More »

Three Vacation Destinations You Never Thought Of

Photo credit here.

Think outside the Florida box and consider some of the world's most fun and interesting far-flung places. Read More »

Shows and Eats: Vegas Rolls Out Welcome Mat for CES Attendees

Jason Tenner in Purple Reign The Prince Tribute Show - Photo by Michelle Alexandria

Before we even get to the actual gadgets, let’s start with some of the more fun aspects of CES Week. Read More »