There are many lovely things that come with the onset of fall. With the leaves changing colors and falling all around us, followed by the end of one great American sport (baseball) transitioning into another (football), there are many reasons to enjoy Read full post »
The 40th World Heritage Committee met in Istanbul a couple of weeks ago to vote on new sites to receive UNESCO World Heritage designations. The voting didn’t go as smoothly as normal with a lot of other events going on in Istanbul, Read full post »
Traveling where the U.S. dollar is relatively strong can make your travels a lot less expensive. Right now the U.S. dollar is pretty strong in general compared to to previous years, but there are still some places that your dollar will stretch 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 »
One of the biggest obstacles to seeing many of the wonders of the world is that they are usually quite crowded. That was definitely not the case during our trips to these bucket list destinations because most travelers are just not rushing Read full post »
My friends consider a trip to South Africa as a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Given the distance of the location from the United States, it’s certainly up there with getting to Australia or New Zealand which is about as far as you can go Read full post »
My four-night stay at the Arathusa Safari included an evening drive the day we arrived, three consecutive days of morning and evening drives and a morning drive on the day we left. In all, we had a total of eight game drives, Read full post »
The main focus of our trip to South Africa was to partake in a safari. This was also the part of the trip where we spent the most amount of time planning. Looking back, I realize the vast majority of our planning Read full post »
On our final morning in Cape Town, we planned our journey to the town of Stellenbosch, which is surrounded by vineyards. The vineyard we stayed at was only about 45 minutes from our hotel, however, we set a 10 a.m. departure time Read full post »
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