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Be a Traveler, not a Tourist

What do you picture in your mind when I say the word: Vacation?

Well, let me take a guess.

Oftentimes, due to our busy work schedules, we find it hard to take many days of leave. 1,823 more words

Human Nature

Which Type of Traveller Are You?

Which type of traveller are you? I’ve put together some categories of travellers that I have come across throughout my past couple of years of globetrotting.  920 more words

Travel

Slow Food - Origins of the Movement

The Slow Food (Caps on the S and F) movement started in Italy.   While the experience of eating locally/ fewer miles between harvest and plate has always been a part of the food traditions all over the Italian peninsula, the actual  98 more words

The Art of Slow Travel

Nice article from the site Independent traveler.com

What is slow travel?   What are some benefits?   What are some features? Lastly, when is slow travel NOT such a good idea.

Choose your adventure

Walking home on rainy days is one of my creative triggers. I am free to ponder things as they float into my mind as I travel a familiar path.   399 more words

Adventure In Normal Life

Autobiography of a Beginner Yoga Teacher

I walk into the studio and stroll to the front of the room.

People are looking at my clothes – am I showing too much skin?

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Travel Philosophy

Alamo survey indicates we need a cultural shift re: vacation!

Recently, Alamo Rent A Car conducted a Family Vacation Survey. They surveyed 2,100 adults who had taken one or more trips with their immediate family and/or their extended family in the past five years. 693 more words

Travel Planning