Rembrandtplein Amsterdam

Further Amsterdam Adventures

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Amsterdam is known many things, but when people know you have been there, they ask if you went to the red light district, or if you went to a coffee-house.  If we had more time, we would have visited the red light district, but time was too limited.  (That ends up being just one of […]

Cancun Royal Caribe beachfront

Cancun All-Inclusive, Extreme Relaxation

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Contributed By Andre Raymond Andre started planning for his recent Cancun, Mexico vacation over a year last year. His past travels had taught him that lodging can be the most costly portion of a vacation, especially more luxurious lodging. A single night in an upscale hotel can cost several hundreds of dollars. He wanted a […]

Cruising Kauai

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Kauai, Hawaii.   Also known as the Garden Isle of the Hawaiian archipelago, for it is covered in lush tropics. This island is very small and beautiful with only one main road. My family and I were staying at the Banyan Harbor Resort in Lihue. http://www.vacation-kauai.com/   My Brother and I decided we wanted to do […]

Our arrival picture at Arlanda, a symbol of overcoming ANXIETY.

Pre-Flight Anxiety- Par for the Course

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Long trips, and in particular international travel, always elicit feelings of both exhilaration and apprehension, also known as ANXIETY. There is so much to look forward to: seeing amazing and beautiful places, experiencing a new culture, tasting traditional foods, learning new bits of history, and if lucky, making some new friends. On my most recent […]