Travel Journal Posts

Visiting Dover

Dover isn't on most bucket lists, and generally falls into an itinerary as a jumping off point for cruises that leave England, or as a gatway for taking a ferry across the English Channel (is any visitors still make the crossing as opposed to...

Discovering Costa Rica & Tortuguero

Costa Rica's high season for tourism runs from late November to late April, which coincides almost perfectly with the chill of winter in the United States.  It is considered the dry season.  I went at the end of May, which is...

London Heathrow's new Terminal 2

Those of us fortunate enough to have a higher frequency of travel adventures have discovered specialty travel.  We take different trips for a variety of purposes. My recent trip to London filled that criteria. I am passionate about planes and...

Enchanting Copenhagen

On a recent trip to visit London, I scheduled a short stopover in Copenhagen, Denmark.  Copenhagen is a jewel, and with the sun out it shines even more.  I love this city for its livability, unique design sense, the ease and casualness...

San Miguel de Allende -- the other Mexico

While the seaside resorts of Mexico present many fabulous vacation options, I ventured into the hills above Mexico City (3 hour drive away), into the colonial capital of this mountainous area, San Miguel de Allende. San Miguel de Allende has all...

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