Tag Archives: travel

Woman Discovers Twin More than a Half-Century Later: Part 2

About two weeks ago, I introduced you to Paola Rivera, who shared a story that normally, only happens in books or films. Over 50 years later, her mother discovered that, unbeknownst to her, she has an identical twin. If you … Continue reading

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Buy a Homeless Man a Snapple

#37 Spending the day in New York with some friends. It had been much too long since I crossed an item off my “Kind Acts & Volunteering” bucket list. This Monday, I went into New York City to meet up … Continue reading

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Rome, Italy

Rome We flew into Rome from Paris over one of the most beautiful views I have ever seen. As our plane glided over the Alps, I began experiencing the butterfly feeling our tour director explained: “You know when you really … Continue reading

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Paris, France

Paris In my last post, I referenced Sammuel Johnson who said that when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life. True, I was not ready to leave London after spending just four days there, but our … Continue reading

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London, England

London “Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” – Samuel Johnson Indeed! Despite being the first to get lost from my tour group at … Continue reading

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Interview on the Goal List

I was honored to be interviewed by Shelly from The Goal List a few weeks ago. Below is my interview with her that was first published on her blog: Christine from Project Light to Life during her first Segway ride … Continue reading

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Education Through Volunteer Travel

Hi all! I’d like to introduce Cathryn Campell, who discovered the importance of education for people worldwide after volunteering in Uganda. Her story offers a great example of the benefits that come with volunteer travel. Read more of Cathryn’s guest … Continue reading

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Adentures in Europe

Hi all! Just a short note to say that I returned from my twelve day trip to Europe last night and have not dropped off the face of the Earth. I hope you all are doing well and having a … Continue reading

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Go to a Dinner Theater

#67 “An all new haunted restaurant, bar and social club where guests eat, drink and socialize among the unusual and the bizarre.” I am a sucker for theme restaurants. While I know there are some people that detest even the … Continue reading

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Bucket List Blogger Takes 14 Months off to Explore World

You just have to meet this bucket list blogger! Jessica from Turquoise Compass is a teacher at heart, but her true passion is traveling (especially to turquoise beaches), adventure, and trying new things. She has been to 17 countries and she is ready to see more. She … Continue reading

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