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Vallarta Botanical Gardens

We were on a media trip hosted by Apple Vacations and our itinerary included a day of zip lining and repelling at the Canopy River. Now this sounds like a lot of fun and I certainly didn’t want to miss out on a good time with my traveling companions but I am NOT an adrenaline […]

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The 15 Species of Cranes

All  15 species of cranes found in the world can be seen in only one place: The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo, Wisconsin.  Here is a complete list of  where they are found in the wild  and how they are trending: Black Crowned Cranes:  Across Africa  Senegal and Gambia, national bird of Nigeria  to Nile […]

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Paris Walks- Something FREE to do in Paris

Paris is a great city for walks. If you like to walk and explore on your own, you'll LOVE Paris. Plus, it is something free to do in Paris!   When in Paris I took a walk with my friends, Marlys and Michael, who live in Montmartre. Michael is the author of Paris Movie Walks, […]

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Sally’s Huatulco: A Rural School

  Part 2 in a series: Sally's Huatulco A longtime friend and client of mine, Sally lives near Huatulco during the winter months. Here is a peek inside a rural school in the area. Education is very important to these children in Mexico, If you would like to help with improvements, please let me know.  […]

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I Stumbled Upon a Farmers’ Market in London

  I always have a plan, so it was quite by accident when I stumbled upon a farmers’ market in London not on my daily itinerary. Typically, I am not an adventurer or wanderer, the thought makes me crazy.  I admit, I was quite delighted to find the South Kensington Farmers’ Market on Bute Street. It […]

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