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Monday, March 17th, 2014

Chinese New Year in Las Vegas

Often the site of an unforgettable bachelor or bachelorette event, Las Vegas has long held the reputation for ‘round-the-clock partying. From gambling to good food, casinos to clubs, shows to shopping – whatever your pleasure – you can find an abundance of it in Sin City. But away from all the glitz and glamour, Vegas

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Monday, January 13th, 2014

Kauai – The Garden Island of Hawaii

Story and Photos by Krisha Chachra Of all the Hawaiian Islands, Kaua’i is the oldest. It is said that with age comes a timeless beauty that is consistent throughout seasons and never withers on this island. Convincingly,...

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Friday, November 15th, 2013

Clearing Customs….South Korea

There is a reason why the South Koreans call their capital city Seoul – because it is city of soul mates, seriously. Traveling to this city with three other girlfriends on a group study exchange, we learned...

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Thursday, October 10th, 2013

Wine Country

You don’t need a passport or have to worry about clearing customs if Napa is your destination. Traveling through the Valley feels almost like you’ve been transported to another land in another time. It may not be...

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Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

Living The Pura Vida . . . Costa Rica

Slightly smaller than West Virginia, Costa Rica ranks as one of the wildest and most wonderful destinations on the planet for tourists. I traveled there by myself a few years ago, meeting a friend who was visiting...

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Monday, May 20th, 2013

Staying Cool in Egypt

Of all the countries I’ve traveled in this world, it was Egypt that made me faint. It wasn’t the sheer wonder of the pyramids that caused the weakness in my knees; it was the extreme heat, the...

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Monday, May 20th, 2013

El Camino de Santiago

We are all pilgrims on the journey of life, and some of us choose to turn this metaphor into reality. These determined individuals embark on a difficult endeavor known as a pilgrimage, and one such journey is...

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Monday, March 18th, 2013

Art & Allure of Barcelona

Without fail, every time we visit Barcelona, someone in my family manages to get swindled on the obligatory walk down the city’s exhilarating La Rambla. The famous promenade is charged and alive. Crowded from day until dusk,...

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Monday, January 14th, 2013

Clearing Customs – TOKYO

You don’t need to read Japanese to interpret the sign warning you not to push anyone onto the subway tracks. That’s one of the first things I noticed in Tokyo: the animated, action-packed street signs showing lanky...

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Monday, January 14th, 2013

Clearing Customs – Greece

It is amazing that the Athenians had so much insight into mankind’s fundamental values – even in the 5th century BC. They encouraged balance – building the Acropolis to include a place to perfect their bodies, which...

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