why travel

It’s interesting how a location can reflect the type of traveler you meet. In Rome, I bumped shoulders with every tourist
Lately, the world being crazy and falling apart seems to be a common topic among my friends and family. It seems we’re all
Begin (or continue) the greatest story ever told.
I've long noticed that many travelers seem younger than average in their appearance, attitudes, and energy levels. And I have a theory that just might explain it.
TripIt, a popular app designed to help you organize your travels, just did a quality job of producing a series of four-minute
Things to look forward to: In England, I will be visiting Prince Charles's organic farm and estate, known as Highgrove. I
Diana Memorial Playground. Adorable! First stop: Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Interesting displays. Cool stuff for sale
Hali Country Hotel. On the road. Later we had to return to Hali for Leif. Traveling with kids is fun! The Grand Tour continues
Travel makes people better people. When you learn more about the world and the people in it, push your boundaries, and try new things, you become a more open, outgoing, and awesome person.