The Britons have spoken. After 43 years of membership including predecessor organizations, the people of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland have asked their government to leave the European Union in a referendum vote. The vote is arguably the Read full post »
Our trip to Vietnam was not planned for the purpose of remembering the soldiers who served there during the war. My friend has longed to visit Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) to connect with a professional friend she has wanted to meet Read full post »
For a destination or attraction to qualify as a tourist trap, it must be overpriced and filled with hordes of sightseers. And if it’s really bad, most guests will leave thinking, “Why did I come here again?” The worst part about tourist Read full post »
Although nearly eight million tourists visit Vietnam each year, less than 500,000 are from the United States. This is understandable as it is a daunting journey and many U.S. travelers may wonder how they might be treated there. I was more concerned Read full post »
Families traveling on points and miles have several challenges to deal with that solo travelers or couples don’t: There is always the issue of earning and redeeming points for a family when only two people are old enough to get credit cards. Read full post »
Why venture off to Europe this summer when Canada is so close and convenient? Proximity isn’t the only reason to plan a trip to Canada however, as there are so many other justifications for booking a Canadian getaway. Your travel dollar goes Read full post »
Most people go to Las Vegas to gamble but there are so many other things to do there. Here’s my list of activities that can help make your Las Vegas trip a very frugal and fun experience. Savor a drink and shrimp Read full post »
A three-day visit to Tokyo was the second half of the trip around the world with my younger brothers. My youngest brother was most excited for the visit. A few years ago he spent three months in Japan and he was eagerly awaiting some Read full post »
Worldwide tourism has increased substantially. More and more people are discovering ways to make their bucket list dreams come true and adding rich travel experiences to their lives. Some destinations are receiving so many visitors, however, that restrictions have been put in Read full post »
He was known by many different names—such as “The Greatest,” and “The Louisville Lip.” No matter what he was known as—Muhammad Ali was a figure larger than life. Born Cassius Clay, the only three-time world heavyweight champion’s charisma and athleticism transcended sports. Read full post »
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