Archive for the ‘STAFF’ Category

Becoming Location Independent: Technology, Business and Personal

Becoming Location Independent: Technology, Business and Personal
By staff writer Lisa Carter. Photos Copyright © Jon Lee. This is Part III in a series on becoming location independent. In Part I, Lisa shared the process of deciding when, where and how to start the experiment. In Part II she talked about arranging the essentials, such as accommodation and what to...
September 13th, 2011 | STAFF, SERIES, COSTA RICA, LOCATION INDEPENDENT | Read More

Confessions of a Disneyophile: Cast Members

Confessions of a Disneyophile: Cast Members
Series by staff writer Betsy Villanella. Photos Copyright © Betsy Villanella. ONE OF MY favorite things about Walt Disney World is meeting the many Cast Members that work all around the world. Disney refers to all their employees as Cast Members, or CMs for short. Almost every Cast Member we’ve encountered...
September 9th, 2011 | STAFF, SERIES, USA MAINLAND, Theme Parks | Read More

The Citadel in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The Citadel in Cluj-Napoca, Romania
By staff writer Estrella Azul. Photos Copyright © Estrella Azul. IF YOU’VE READ my previous travel articles here on Milliver’s Travels, you know for a fact that I love walking. That is why one afternoon a few weeks ago, I decided to go for a walk. But not how I’ve decided and never...
August 31st, 2011 | STAFF, EUROPE, Historic/Museums | Read More

Le Petit Dejeuner: Funky Cafe in Vibrant Downtown Toronto

Le Petit Dejeuner: Funky Cafe in Vibrant Downtown Toronto
Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Lisa Carter. LE PETIT DEJEUNER on East King Street, Toronto, in the Canadian province of Ontario, is exactly the kind of funky café I love to stumble across whenever I’m the new kid in town. Not only for the food and coffee but for strategic location,...
August 29th, 2011 | STAFF, DINING, COFFEE, ONTARIO | Read More

Arcata, California: Marching to the Beat of Its Own Drum

Arcata, California: Marching to the Beat of Its Own Drum
Story by staff writer Judy Clement Wall. Photos Copyright © Judy Clement Wall. I’VE BEEN PUZZLING over what to say about Arcata, California, which is where I’ve stayed both times I visited Humboldt County, about 300 miles north of San Francisco. I could call it a university town and that would...
August 26th, 2011 | STAFF, USA MAINLAND, Interesting Towns, QUIRKY PLACES | Read More

Hiking Trails of Humboldt, California

Hiking Trails of Humboldt, California
Story by staff writer Judy Clement Wall. Photos Copyright © Judy Clement Wall. WHENEVER I VISIT Humboldt, California, almost 275 miles north of San Francisco, I think this: Do people who live here walk around constantly stunned by the beauty that surrounds them? When they’re stressed, do they simply...
August 10th, 2011 | STAFF, USA MAINLAND, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

Confessions of a Disneyophile: Resort Stays, Codes, and Other Useful Park Tips

Confessions of a Disneyophile: Resort Stays, Codes, and Other Useful Park Tips
Series by staff writer Betsy Villanella. Photos Copyright © Betsy Villanella. Feature photo (see right): Wilderness Lodge, A WDW deluxe resort OUR FIRST TRIP to Walt Disney World was in 1996. Mike and I didn’t know about reduced rates on accommodations so we paid what they call rack rate, which basically...
August 6th, 2011 | STAFF, SERIES, Theme Parks | Read More