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  • Volcanos and Penguins and Wine Oh My
    The 28 or so hours traveling here has proven to be more than worth itWhile the flight from Houston to Santiago was overnight and in the dark the three hours from Santiago to Punta Arenas were spent winging over the Andes. Amazing is a word overused i

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  • Venice and Amalfi Coast
    Maggie has definitely made the most of her time in Italy with whirlwind trips to both Venice and the Amalfi Coast since seeing Pompeii and Mount Vesuvius.Yesterday Maggie and four other girls Salma Bella Meadow and Kelsey all fellow SAS passenger

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  • 11 Best Ways to Celebrate Christmas in Paris December 24, 2021
    Paris has so many things to offer that you don’t necessarily need to come up with a plan in advance. No, really. You will always find places to visit and things to do in Paris, especially when it comes to Christmas. With Christmas being right around the corner, the city becomes permeated with myriads of tourists […]

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  • Must-Experience: 3 Fabulous Flower Festivals in France December 21, 2021
    Most people fancy jumping on a plane and waking up in France in the company of someone they love. To many, the Eiffel Tower is what comes to mind when visiting France as it is always the first place every tourist wants to go and take a photo.  However, there is more to France than […]

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  • Is Toilet Paper in France Pink or White? December 7, 2021
    The color of toilet paper is a topic of discussion among tourists, especially the ones who have visited France before. White or pink? In the country, most toilet paper rolls are pink or pink-ish. They are also known as PQ, i.e. pécu, short for papier cul, which literally translates to bum paper. That’s not hard to figure out. There […]

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  • NM+ Update: LA Edition January 8, 2022
    Posted: 1/8/22 | January 8th, 2022 Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had a great holiday season! As many of you know, I tested positive for COVID right before I was supposed to go to Brazil. Brazil requires a negative COVID test to enter and, well, mine came back positive. Since I didn’t […]

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  • The Not So Lost Year December 21, 2021
    Posted: 12/21/2021 | December 21st, 2021 At the end of 2020, I wrote about trying to recover what I called “the lost year” — the year in which I got COVID, saw all my businesses collapse, took out tons of loans to avoid bankruptcy, and, like everyone, had to put all my life plans (settling […]

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  • TNN: Reclaiming Travel Writing & Storytelling December 19, 2021
    Posted: 12/19/2021 | December 19th, 2021 In this talk, Founder & Editor in Chief of The Black Explorer magazine, Ella Paradis, shares her perspective on the decolonizing travel writing movement by challenging who gets to be called a travel writer and who gets to tell the story of the places we explore and the people […]

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  • EP 36: Tell Her She Can't with Kelly Lewis June 29, 2021
    Kelly Lewis is a women’s travel industry maven and leader in the area of women’s empowerment. She is most passionate about helping women to tap into their personal power through traveling the world.  In this episode, we share about how she does this through her various women focused travel businesses, how her own travel story […]

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  • EP35: Vaccinations, Pandemic Travel + Wine with Dr. Nadeen White June 23, 2021
    Are you nervous about taking a COVID vaccine? Dr. Nadeen White was one of the trusted experts I followed throughout the past year of the pandemic. She eased my nerves and uncertainty and gave me confidence to the vaccine. In this epsidoe, she's share some of her expertise on the vaccine, COVID studies and tips […]

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  • Ep 34: From Daily Travels to Daily Podcast with Gary Arndt May 29, 2021
    Gary Arndt from EverythingEverywhere.com shows how travel has evolved for him from daily travel to a daily podcast living a more settled life.  We’re big proponents of allowing travel to evolve with your lifestyle. There is no set way to do it. You define the rules of how it best suits your values, your dreams, […]

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  • 14 Best Destinations for First-Time Solo Female Travelers January 6, 2022
    What makes a good destination for first-time solo female travelers? You want a destination that thrills you — but as a first-timer, you don’t want to bite off more than you can chew. My first solo trip ever was to Buenos Aires, Argentina when I was 23 — and while I was already an experienced […]

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  • AK Monthly Recap: December 2021 January 3, 2022
    And with December 2021, we have the month of Omicron. Good times, huh? Sometimes I wonder if I’ll ever go back into old monthly recaps to see how I reacted to events. And I do. I’ve gone back to March 2020 a few times. We had our flights booked long before Omicron was identified: Prague […]

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  • My Worst Travel Moments of 2021 December 16, 2021
    The good times may be sweet, but the bad times keep you humble! I firmly believe that, and that’s why I always write about my worst travel moments of the year. I love looking back and remembering the bad, scary, and oftentimes funny moments that happened on my travels. This is one of my favorite […]

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