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Five Thrilling Adventure Activities in Singapore

Five Thrilling Adventure Activities in Singapore

It’s not all architecture, shopping and food that attracts travelers to Singapore, you’ll also find great adventure activities as well. Vacations offer everyone a great opportunity to unwind and relax, and some vacationers tour holiday destinations for the architectural grandeur and beautiful sights.

But for adventure junkies trapped inside a monotonous schedule of work, a state of relaxation (read complete inactivity) may not be as pleasurable as a fun-filled adventure vacation. One of my most adventurous trips was to Singapore. It was a bold plan, as Singapore is known for its cultural heritage, architectural marvels and great food. I never thought Singapore could appease my adventure hunger as well, but as I went in the search of adventure, I was amazed by the choices I found.

May 28, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Santa Barbara Castle Alicante – Dramatic Romance in Spain

Santa Barbara Castle Alicante – Dramatic Romance in Spain

  In a castle courtyard, at the Fountain of Cats, a beautiful young woman collects drinking water. By chance a young man sees her there and falls deeply in love… This story of youthful passion is in fact an old Catalonian folk song, but the setting is no figment of imagination! The Font de Gats […]

May 10, 2013 | By | Reply More
Kids Go Free! – Cruises, All-Inclusive Resorts and More

Kids Go Free! – Cruises, All-Inclusive Resorts and More

Budgets seem particularly tight this year just as prices are on the rise, so to make sure you can have a great summer vacation, we’ve gathered together an impressive list of family vacation offers where the kids go free!  You’ll have to get the kids there, but once you all arrive, your children can stay, […]

May 6, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Is It Crazy To Love An Island?  Meet St. Simons Island Georgia

Is It Crazy To Love An Island? Meet St. Simons Island Georgia

  I’ve fallen in love with an island destination, and it might surprise you to know that it’s not in the Caribbean.  In fact, you can drive there!  But be forewarned, after visiting you may want to sell everything and move to St. Simons Island, Georgia! St. Simons Island lies 12 miles off the coast […]

April 23, 2013 | By | 3 Replies More
Guide To The Best Eco-Lodges of Costa Rica

Guide To The Best Eco-Lodges of Costa Rica

The eco-lodges of Costa Rica are one of a kind because they offer a fantastic experience through which you can enjoy the natural beauty of this country like never before. These lodges have accommodation units that include eco-friendly furnishings and they take up practices to help conserve the environment. Lodges are situated in close proximity […]

April 16, 2013 | By | Reply More
5 Top Family-Friendly Hotels in Cancun

5 Top Family-Friendly Hotels in Cancun

When you finally manage to get the whole family out for a holiday in Cancun, the last thing you need is to carry on babysitting, cooking, and cleaning – you should be relaxing! You can avoid this palaver by opting for an all-inclusive resort that not only provides childcare, but all your meals and drinks […]

April 15, 2013 | By | Reply More
Traveling To The Ends of The World To Discover Ushuaia

Traveling To The Ends of The World To Discover Ushuaia

Ushuaia, on the Argentine side of Tierra del Fuego, calls itself “the southernmost city in the world”.  There’s some quibbling about the title based on the definition of a city, but Ushuaia is the most often cited. I arrived in November, early summer.  The wind was strong.  I leaned against it like Michael Jackson in […]

April 10, 2013 | By | 1 Reply More
Great Ways To Keep Romance Alive On A Family Vacation

Great Ways To Keep Romance Alive On A Family Vacation

Wondering how to keep romance alive while traveling with your kids in tow?  We’ve got some great strategies to help you out. When you ask people what they imagine when envisioning a romantic vacation, the results can be varied – camping underneath the stars, strolling through the streets of Paris, cuddling in a Vermont bed-and-breakfast, […]

April 5, 2013 | By | Reply More
5 Best Beach Towns For Your Florida Spring Break Road Trip

5 Best Beach Towns For Your Florida Spring Break Road Trip

Spring break is my favorite time to visit Florida.  The weather is perfect for spending days on the sandy beaches without getting burned by the scorching rays during the summer!  Whether you enjoy surfing, sunbathing or building sand castles, Florida’s pristine beaches won’t let you down. Here’s a list of the top 5 beaches in […]

April 3, 2013 | By | Reply More
Cooking and Barge Cruising in France, A Perfect Pairing

Cooking and Barge Cruising in France, A Perfect Pairing

One of the most rewarding aspects of barge cruising in France is that you have a chance to experience all the exotic French cuisine along your route. You can go ashore and explore fine restaurants, stop by out-of-the way cafes, and perhaps even learn a few tricks of your own. But what if the fine […]

April 2, 2013 | By | Reply More
Discover The Beautiful Fishing Village of St. Ives in Cornwall For An Unforgetable Family Holiday

Discover The Beautiful Fishing Village of St. Ives in Cornwall For An Unforgetable Family Holiday

The small town of St. Ives is the most popular holiday destination in Cornwall and it is easy to see why.  We first travelled to St Ives for a summer break a few years ago, having been encouraged to visit the area by close friends who also have young children. Like them we fell in […]

April 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Guide To Activities in the Beautiful Whitsunday Islands, Australia

Guide To Activities in the Beautiful Whitsunday Islands, Australia

Guide to Wonderful Water Activities in the Whitsundays A visit to Queensland would not be complete without a journey to the spectacular Whitsunday Islands, located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef.  The Whitsundays is a collection of 74 tropical islands, a true paradise with endless white sandy beaches surrounded by fresh warm waters. […]

March 11, 2013 | By | Reply More
Winter Getaway to the Hamptons with Children – Try the East End of Long Island

Winter Getaway to the Hamptons with Children – Try the East End of Long Island

A Family Friendly Winter Getaway to the East End of Long Island – Trip Report Winter cabin fever had settled in and our 19 month old yearned for adventure.  My husband and I decided to pack up and head to the East End of Long Island for a change of scenery. Long Island Winter Fest […]

March 6, 2013 | By | Reply More
Costa Rica: The Complete Guide by James Kaiser is a Must For Anyone Seeking Pura Vida

Costa Rica: The Complete Guide by James Kaiser is a Must For Anyone Seeking Pura Vida

Costa Rica: The Complete Guide – Book Review Whether you are currently planning a trip to Costa Rica or it’s on your someday list, you will love reading the latest travel guide written by James Kaiser.  James is a writer and photographer of exceptional talent and his new guide book brings Pura Vida (the pure […]

March 4, 2013 | By | Reply More
Hit The Road:  Advantages of Taking Your Family on a Road Trip

Hit The Road: Advantages of Taking Your Family on a Road Trip

There’s an old proverb that says: the air is always coldest before the thaw. Wait, no, that can’t be right. Regardless, Punxsutawney Phil from Gobbler’s Knob hill in Pennsylvania says spring is right around the corner. You can trust him, too, because his meteorological methods go back 127 years and they are 100% accurate, nearly half […]

March 1, 2013 | By | Reply More
Parador Amour!  Fall in Love with Spain’s Most Enchanting Accommodations

Parador Amour! Fall in Love with Spain’s Most Enchanting Accommodations

Parador Amour! Fall in Love with Spain’s Best Kept Accommodation Secret Staying in an historic Parador of Spain is an infinitely more exciting way to see the country than staying in a hotel that is indistinguishable from any other resort.  A Parador stay will give you a much deeper inside into the past, present and […]

February 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
Top Adventure Activities in Costa Rica For The Thrill of Your Life

Top Adventure Activities in Costa Rica For The Thrill of Your Life

Top adventure activities you will love in Costa Rica Costa Rica is the place to go if you want an adventure vacation. The place which is considered to be a paradise on earth for tourists is also a great place for adventure travel. When it comes to activities for a travel adventurer, Costa Rica has […]

February 25, 2013 | By | 2 Replies More
Celebrating Women Chefs and Restauranteurs in San Francisco

Celebrating Women Chefs and Restauranteurs in San Francisco

Ah, San Francisco, city on the Bay. As I walk down Powell Street past my hotel, The Sir Francis Drake, the clang of the cable cars reminds me that I am indeed in San Francisco. What a joy to be here for the 20th anniversary of the founding of the organization Women Chefs & Restaurateurs. […]

February 21, 2013 | By | Reply More
Travel Book Review – Lonely Planet’s Cooks, Clowns, and Cowboys is a Winner!

Travel Book Review – Lonely Planet’s Cooks, Clowns, and Cowboys is a Winner!

Today it is my great pleasure to write a travel book review for Lonely Planet’s newly published, Cooks, Clowns and Cowboys – 101 Skills and Experiences to Discover on Your Travels. A travel book review can sometimes be a chore trying to put a new spin on a typical compilation of ‘must-see’ sites and reviews […]

February 20, 2013 | By | Reply More
Wildwoods Lodge of Maine – Snowmobile and ATV Nirvana

Wildwoods Lodge of Maine – Snowmobile and ATV Nirvana

Now that winter has arrived in earnest and snow blankets the hills and valleys of New England, it’s time to don your winter woolies and venture out to make long lasting family memories in the snow. Last fall we visited an amazing outdoor sports wonderland tucked in the woods of Brownville Maine – close to […]

February 14, 2013 | By | Reply More