As Spring Break arrives all over the US, many parents will be sending their middle schoolers on their first, serious, long-distance school trip. My family is no exception. My daughter is headed to Paris on an 8-day art trip with her classmates. Yes, chaperons accompany the kids, but there are a few points I’ve found… Continue Reading International Travel for Middle Schoolers
The Five Best Travel Books Ever Written for Women I’m picky when it comes to the 5 best travel books ever written for women. The book needs to make me want to follow the path of the traveler, it must make me visualize where the traveler is going, and must have an adventure of spirit.… Continue Reading Five Best Travel Books Ever Written for Women
Machu Picchu–Full of Surprises When arriving at Machu Picchu, I found myself looking for the answer to the universe’s questions. I found the answer at the Sun Gate and learned the answer is not 42. Read further for the answer as I share how to take a good walk Machu Picchu. Machu Picchu isn’t that… Continue Reading Take a Good Walk Machu Picchu
The Secrets to Doing the Galapagos for Cheap I just got back from the Galapagos where we stayed for five days, and I have the secrets to how to do the Galapagos for cheap. You don’t have to spend $4-5000 to enjoy the archipelago and see all the animals. No need to do a… Continue Reading Galapagos for Cheap
Airlines’ Marketing Departments Warp Us The airline industry’s marketing departments have us eating right out of the palms of their hands at the expense of quick and efficient boarding of airplanes. Kudos to them, and shame on us. Because of these crazy status programs and perceived values of different seats on planes, we can no… Continue Reading Should Airlines Sell Overhead Bin Space?