Yoga Bike Tour – My Active Challenge
April 27th, 2010

Several weeks ago (sorry!) my post invited my readers to create an active travel challenge of their choosing. In that post I also promised to practice what I preach, therefore taking on my own active travel challenge. I pointed out in the challenge request that it didn’t have to be a trip you could actually […]

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Walking Vacations – Starting from Scratch
April 27th, 2010

Walking vacations can be a great way to “ease” into active travel. I put ease in quotation marks because if you’ve ever had a day where you’ve ended up walking a decent amount more than you usually do – weather intentionally or not – you tend to feel it the next day or two. Still, […]

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Giving Thanks for Travel
April 24th, 2010

This holiday season, much travel talk revolves around the TSA guidelines, body scanners, extensive pat downs and the like (at least in the U.S.). coque huawei Even without this, travel around the holidays is usually viewed as a pain, something to “get through”. bague argent I don’t blame travelers. I haven’t traveled at the holidays […]

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Considering an Active Vacation?
April 23rd, 2010

As I have mentioned in previous posts, active travel today covers a much broader spectrum than it did even 10 years ago. coque samsung These days, it can include everything from the traditional hard adventure trips of intense hiking or whitewater rafting to “bike and wine” tours or country walking vacations. Most companies featuring active […]

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Escaping North to Iceland
April 22nd, 2010

With a name like Iceland, a country might start off with a disadvantage in the tourism industry. Luckily, enough travelers have been intrigued by its proximity to the arctic circle and awed by its natural beauty to make fears induced by the name virtually obsolete. This is not to say that it’s a warm weather […]

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Why I Went to Zimbabwe
April 22nd, 2010

My most recent blogs have featured destinations that most others aren’t – either destinations I’ve visited, or want to, that I feel are worth sharing with others. kawaii licorne Last year, I went to southern Africa for 16 days and I couldn’t pass up the chance to go to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Victoria Falls can […]

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Africa’s Largest Island
April 18th, 2010

Madagascar is the world’s fourth largest island, located in the Indian Ocean approximately 500 kilometers from Mozambique. This African nation carries a bit of a mystique, perhaps due to its location and incredible wildlife, many species which are indigenous to the island. If you’ve seen images of Madagascar on television or in movies, you’ve most […]

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Luxury Vs. Budget for Active Travel
April 15th, 2010

I’ve been blogging frequently about active and adventure travel, and if you read my blog regularly you know I am also a luxury travel specialist. This may seem contradictory, if you think of active travel in the traditional light. Lately, though, there’s been a trend towards combining these two, and it’s a trend that may […]

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Developing a Training Program
April 13th, 2010

If you’re thinking about an active vacation or have already booked one, a key component – and sometimes a daunting one – is the training. The first and most important piece is this: you have to commit to training! Unless you are truly an experienced athlete that takes these types of trips on a regular […]

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Take Your Breath Away
April 10th, 2010

Last March I released the first issue of my emagazine, TraveLuxe. coque samsung Being shortly after Valentines Day, I figured there were many couples recently engaged, or those just celebrating their love who may be interested in a romantic vacation. Tshirt pokemon While it’s relatively easy to find an all-inclusive in the Caribbean for a […]

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