A Little Bit of Seoul
June 27th, 2011

At approximately 10 million people, Seoul is one of the largest cities in the world. It is vibrant, modern (in spite of it’s ancient temples) and fast-paced, and can easily entertain visitors for at least four days on its own. Seoul is full of neighborhoods, and knowing where you’re heading is key.  Not because they [...]

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Seabourn: A New Type of Luxury – Guest post by Lindsey Epperly
June 15th, 2011

To keep my blog fresh, I like to include the perspective, travel adventures and stories of other travel professionals. This guest blog was written by Lindsey Epperly, who I met through the strong travel industry community on twitter. A month or so back, Lindsey reached out to me with a travel question and we soon [...]

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Travel Memories – Southeast Asia
June 14th, 2011

Today’s travel memories are from a two-week, whirlwind trip that I took through Signapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong as part of my Masters program. Can’t wait to go back to each of these destinations with a little more time to explore!   Singapore Gardens. If you are in Singapore, it’s a must do!   [...]

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Oops!…Embarrassing Travel Moments
June 8th, 2011

With all of the breathtakingly beautiful, terrifically exciting and utterly relaxing travel moments comes another type of less sough-after moment… embarrassing. We’ve all done it – getting to the airport and realizing you forgot your passport, walking into the opposite sex bathroom because you can’t read the sign in a foreign language, opening your luggage [...]

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