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  • Although I've lived in New Orleans for 40 years and have no desire to leave, I left a small part of my heart in Arkansas.

    Arkansas, the Natural State

    Arkansas, the Natural State

    by Sue Pratt2

  • As a traveller, you know when you’ve found that sweet spot—that place with all the right ingredients, where your wandering soul starts to think ‘hey, this is where I want to be’. For me, it was Peneda-Gerês National Park in Portugal.

    Finding That Sweet Spot: A Traveller's Tale

    Finding That Sweet Spot: A Traveller's Tale

    by Joshua Kian0

  • There are many great places to visit in New Mexico, from the white, sparkling dunes of White Sands National Monument and the subterranean chambers of Carlsbad Caverns National Park to the forested mountains of Ruidoso and the desert waters of Bottomless Lakes State Park, there is so much to see.

    A Great Vacation: A Photographic Exploration of New Mexico

    A Great Vacation: A Photographic Exploration of New Mexico

    by Billy W Mitchell1

  • If you live in the UK or Northern Europe, it’s a short flight to Dublin, and you can even go for the day if you are in London. That’s what I did, and I really enjoyed what the city had to offer.

    Walking Around Dublin: A Foodie and Writer’s Diary

    Walking Around Dublin: A Foodie and Writer’s Diary

    by Paola Bassanese0

  • I traveled to Whistler, British Columbia, Canada in April of 2018. Here's a detailed rundown of the things I saw, the people I encountered, and the activities I partook in over the course of three days filled with outrageous beauty and disturbingly mesmerizing wilderness.

    From Houston to Whistler: A Buffoon's Pilgrimmage

    From Houston to Whistler: A Buffoon's Pilgrimmage

    by Chris Sawin5

  • Hyderabad is the capital of the Indian state of Telangana. This city is where North India meets South India, creating a unique mix of culture in aspects such as its architecture and world-famous biriyani.

    Holi in Hyderabad

    Holi in Hyderabad

    by Mohamed Leen Abdulla3

  • Port Vila, Vanuatu, South Pacific. These romantic words conjure images of mysterious islands and an idyllic paradise bathed by the sun and lost in an emerald sea—an image not too far from the truth.

    Visiting Port Vila

    Visiting Port Vila

    by Anne Harrison14

  • Gold prospecting is like fox hunting—the chase is more exciting than the capture. The fresh air and beautiful scenery make it worthwhile, though, and a little gold in the pan spices things up.

    Prospecting for Gold in Honduras

    Prospecting for Gold in Honduras

    by Lew Marcrum1

  • The beautiful town of San Gimignano is the jewel of the Tuscan crown. Like stepping into the pages of a medieval book, a visit to this historic destination will capture your heart and inspire your imagination.

    The Joys of San Gimignano in Spring

    The Joys of San Gimignano in Spring

    by Lorna Lamon2

  • Bhubaneswar is an ancient city in India’s eastern state of Odisha. It is a centre of economic, educational and cultural importance of in East India.

    Living in Bhubaneswar, the Land of Temples

    Living in Bhubaneswar, the Land of Temples

    by Mohamed Leen Abdulla2

  • My husband and I recently visited Costa Rica for our 20th wedding anniversary in January 2019, and it was spectacular! Simply hearing about how wonderful this small, enchanted country is wasn’t enough—we had to experience it for ourselves. We were not disappointed!

    Costa Rica Adventure: Exploring Arenal

    Costa Rica Adventure: Exploring Arenal

    by Traci Wilson1

  • Back in the "strike-it-rich" days of the 1800s, prospectors put the scenic setting of Georgetown, Colorado on the map. Today, visitors are still lured there for its beauty as well as the casinos hoping to take home their own load of silver! Read on for a brief history and photo tour of Georgetown.

    Historic Georgetown, Colorado: A Famous Silver Mining Town

    Historic Georgetown, Colorado: A Famous Silver Mining Town

    by Peggy Woods47

  • Join me on a tour of four must-see places in Belgium. From the world-class museums of Brussels to the nature reserve in Knokke-Heist, this country is full of wonders to explore.

    Belgium: Into the Heartland of Western Europe

    Belgium: Into the Heartland of Western Europe

    by PC Carr3

  • Hoi An remains one of my favourite places in Vietnam. There is always something new to find in this UNESCO-listed town and the surrounding countryside. It is the perfect place to sip a coffee (Vietnamese-style, of course) and watch the world pass by.

    Hoi An in 10 Photos

    Hoi An in 10 Photos

    by Anne Harrison6

  • Is it safe, or even possible, to travel around the West Bank? An overview of a month spent doing just that.

    West Bank Travels

    West Bank Travels

    by Allix Denham2

  • Travelling independently, we spent a week in Jerusalem, soaking up the atmosphere.

    A Week in Jerusalem

    A Week in Jerusalem

    by Allix Denham2

  • In 2007, on a whim, I decided to drive to Alaska along the Alaska Highway! It cost much more and took much longer than I thought it would, but I saw some beautiful things.

    Best Road Trip: Alaska on the Alaska Highway

    Best Road Trip: Alaska on the Alaska Highway

    by Edweirdo14

  • Once an essential stop on The Grand Tour, there is always something to discover in Venice. A convent or monastery stay gives a unique experience when visiting this treasure of a city.

    A Room 200 Steps From St Mark's

    A Room 200 Steps From St Mark's

    by Anne Harrison8

  • My husband and I recently visited Costa Rica for our 20th wedding anniversary in January 2019, and it was spectacular! Simply hearing about how wonderful this small enchanted country is wasn’t enough—we had to experience it for ourselves. We were not disappointed!

    Costa Rica Adventure: Exploring Manuel Antonio

    Costa Rica Adventure: Exploring Manuel Antonio

    by Traci Wilson1

  • I took my scooter for an 1,800km ride away from the insanity of Bangkok for the tranquility of the Thai countryside. Read about my experiences riding through parts of amazing Thailand that not many people bother to see.

    Exploring Northern Thailand on a Scooter

    Exploring Northern Thailand on a Scooter

    by Tommy Limpitlaw2

  • Despite much effort to see the beauty in this bustling metropolis, I have come to accept that I truly hate Hanoi. Here's why.

    This Is Why I Hate Hanoi

    This Is Why I Hate Hanoi

    by Matilda Woods5

  • Hong Kong is a place of variety and contrasts, with something to see and do (and eat and buy!) for everyone who visits. The problem can be in finding what appeals to you without becoming overwhelmed. Here are 10 suggestions in 10 photographs for Hong Kong Island.

    Hong Kong in 10 Photos

    Hong Kong in 10 Photos

    by Anne Harrison9

  • I am 66 this year, and I am WWOOFing in Dorset. WWOOFing you ask? Is that something to do with regression and dogs? No. I haven't gone mad (yet). WWOOFing is an acronym for “Willing Workers On Organic Farms." Learn about my experience here.

    WWOOFing as an OAP

    WWOOFing as an OAP

    by Helen Lewis26

  • My family and I took the train to Washington D.C. to spend the day there. There's so much to see, including the Lincoln Memorial and the Smithsonian Museum.

    How I Spent the Day in Washington D.C.

    How I Spent the Day in Washington D.C.

    by Angel Caleb Santos0

  • Despite the tragic history of Cambodia, its people are welcoming, warm and extremely friendly. If you have a chance to visit this beautiful country, traveling to Siem Reap to experience one of the most impressive religious sites in the world is an absolute must.

    The Unchallenged Beauty of Angkor in Siem Reap

    The Unchallenged Beauty of Angkor in Siem Reap

    by Rotsucht2

  • My husband and I visited Geneva two years ago when the Kiwanis International Convention was held there. I fell in love with the history, architecture, and beauty of the city.

    4 Days in Geneva

    4 Days in Geneva

    by Sue Pratt0

  • In Montana, Glacier National Park is the place where the land strives to touch the sky. This is one of the last places in the United States where the mountains are still topped by glaciers. Sadly, it is said that in 30 years time, given current weather trends, these glaciers will be gone!

    A Great Vacation: A Photographic Exploration of Glacier National Park

    A Great Vacation: A Photographic Exploration of Glacier National Park

    by Billy W Mitchell1

  • Few things in life have left an impression on me that could compete with my first visit to Asia. I'm happy to reminisce and tell you about it.

    My First Time in Asia

    My First Time in Asia

    by Eastward7

  • Our trip along the Maine Coast was full of adventures. It ended at Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada, with a tour of the home of Franklin Roosevelt and a film about his life.

    The Maine Coast

    The Maine Coast

    by Sue Pratt11

  • While visiting my sister in San Antonio, we made a trip to the hill country and visited LBJ's Texas White House. It was fascinating!

    Lyndon B. Johnson's Ranch in Texas

    Lyndon B. Johnson's Ranch in Texas

    by Sue Pratt2

  • Travelling down memory lane can be disappointing if you hold on to the past, but if you're open to new discoveries, you'll be rewarded with new memories.

    Farewell, 1980s San Francisco

    Farewell, 1980s San Francisco

    by CC Leau2

  • Revered as Japan's Grand Master of Buddhism, Kobo Daishi brought Shingon Buddhism to the country in the 800s. His mausoleum, the Oko-in, is at Koya-san, one of Japan's most sacred mountains.

    A Walk With Kobo Daishi

    A Walk With Kobo Daishi

    by Anne Harrison7

  • My recommendations for what to see, eat, and do in the lovely province of Nova Scotia, Canada. For armchair travelers or anyone planning a trip to the Maritimes.

    Touring Nova Scotia

    Touring Nova Scotia

    by Virginia Allain9

  • Nestled high in the Arkansas Ozarks near the Missouri border is a small crystal cathedral. Despite its diminutive size, the chapel is world-famous, and it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2000. You are cordially invited to visit my state and drink in its beauty.

    Visit My Beautiful Arkansas:  Thorncrown Chapel

    Visit My Beautiful Arkansas: Thorncrown Chapel

    by Doris James MizBejabbers34

  • Calcutta is the capital of the Indian state of West Bengal and the former capital of the country. It is renowned for its colonial architecture, art, food and cultural festivities. My four-day visit to the city only left me wanting more!

    Visiting Calcutta: Where India and England Collide

    Visiting Calcutta: Where India and England Collide

    by Mohamed Leen Abdulla2

  • Arizona is known for its iconic landscapes, but certain man-made attractions are just as breathtaking. One such place is the Phoenix Desert Botanical Gardens. In 2014, my friends and I spent a delightful day at the garden's exhibit of Dale Chihuly's glass sculptures.

    Chihuly Desert Glass Sculptures at the Phoenix Botanical Gardens

    Chihuly Desert Glass Sculptures at the Phoenix Botanical Gardens

    by John R Wilsdon5

  • We moved to New Orleans 40 years ago. It is filled with friendly, fun-loving, mostly religious people. Although they work very hard when they work, the people here love to play and that is what they do best: From backyard crawfish boils to Mardi Gras day, it's a party.

    New Orleans:   The Crescent City

    New Orleans: The Crescent City

    by Sue Pratt12

  • In October of 2018, my family and I stopped through Roswell, NM. What we found was a town full of friendliness and charm and, of course, aliens. This article describes all the fun we found in Roswell.

    Why Roswell, New Mexico, Is Worth a Visit

    Why Roswell, New Mexico, Is Worth a Visit

    by George Johnson4

  • Nepal is a landlocked country located in the Himalayas. It has a diverse population and culture and is a hotspot for budget travelers and adventurers. Let me share my experience with you.

    My First Travel Experience in Nepal

    My First Travel Experience in Nepal

    by Mohamed Leen Abdulla1

  • I will never forget the 10 days I spent in Marrakech. From the wonderfully chaotic Djemaa El-Fna to the jaw-dropping scenery of the Atlas Mountains, it was truly a trip to remember.

    Visiting Morocco: My Trip to Marrakech

    Visiting Morocco: My Trip to Marrakech

    by Polly C11

  • My first time in China provided some unique challenges and great opportunities to reevaluate my preconceived notions about the country. Hold onto your chopsticks, and come along for the ride.

    My First Time in China

    My First Time in China

    by Eastward4

  • Cambodia has a very tragic recent history. Some of the worst things man is capable of happened in the killing fields, which is one of the most tragic remains of that period. They are a must-see for visitors to Cambodia, though their contents are difficult to bear.

    Visiting the Killing Fields of Cambodia

    Visiting the Killing Fields of Cambodia

    by Sam Shepards3

  • A visit to Nablus, the second-largest city in the West Bank, famed for its soap and syrupy cheese dessert, Kanafeh (which is strangely addictive). We climbed up Mount Gerzerin and visited the beautiful Roman ruins of Sebastia.

    Nablus: The City of Soap and Kanafeh

    Nablus: The City of Soap and Kanafeh

    by Allix Denham1

  • A visit to the town of Winterset, Iowa, featuring some of its highlights and history. Winterset, the county seat of Madison County, is the birthplace of John Wayne and location of the 1995 film, "The Bridges of Madison County."

    Wandering Through Winterset, Iowa

    Wandering Through Winterset, Iowa

    by KT Dunn4

  • Who hasn't heard of Aokigahara, the notorious Japanese forest at the base of Mt. Fuji? People seem to be universally fascinated by it. Having visited it in July 2017, by pure coincidence, I wanted to share my experience with you.

    What Is Japan's Suicide Forest Really Like?

    What Is Japan's Suicide Forest Really Like?

    by Doris Sorgar6

  • Summer is almost ending, so my husband and I decided to have a wonderful morning weekend in Millcreek. We brought the essential items so we can make coffee and cook breakfast in the woods!

    Wonderful Summer Weekend In Millcreek, Utah

    Wonderful Summer Weekend In Millcreek, Utah

    by Liza8

  • Visiting the Big Island so you can flop on a beach at one of the top resorts? Then this review isn't for you. But if you like to explore parks, visit historical sites, and have adventures, read on!

    14 Days on Hawaii's Big Island

    14 Days on Hawaii's Big Island

    by goldenrulecomics1

  • A few hours by train from Florence, this 'City of Artists' is a Tuscan gem seemingly known to only a few tourists. Although Tuscany boasts many famous places, it also abounds with villages and towns worth a detour to discover, especially in the heat of summer when the rest of Italy is over-crowded.

    Walking Through Pietrasanta, Tuscany

    Walking Through Pietrasanta, Tuscany

    by Anne Harrison5

  • Savannah, Georgia is a beautiful city rich in history and things to do. There is something to see and do for just about everyone when they visit this southern city. This article examines just a few of the things to do when visiting Savannah, Georgia.

    Things to Do in Savannah, Georgia

    Things to Do in Savannah, Georgia

    by Helena Ricketts8

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