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Climb Kilimanjaro for Kids: One Man’s Inspiring Tale

Climb Kilimanjaro for Kids: One Man’s Inspiring Tale
Story by guest blogger James Barnett. Photos Copyright © James Barnett. TANZANIA IS A beautiful African country with a diverse tribal population speaking 128 languages. Mount Kilimanjaro towers above the opulent safari kingdom as the world’s largest free-standing mountain. One summer ago I embarked...
July 24th, 2012 | GUEST BLOGGERS, AFRICA, Philanthropy, Scenic Wonders, WALKING/HIKING | Read More

A Milliver’s Travels Historic Moment: First-Ever Staff Meetup!

A Milliver’s Travels Historic Moment: First-Ever Staff Meetup!
Story by Milli Thornton. Photos Copyright © Ann McElfresh. Feature photo by Milli. STAFF WRITERS who blog for Milliver’s Travels live in Canada, Romania, the UK, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Florida and California. Needless to say, we are a virtual community. We know one another from Twitter...
July 13th, 2012 | STAFF, USA MAINLAND, DINING, MEMORIES, OUR FOODIE | Read More

9 Travel Questions I Wish I’d Been Asked: Sicilia

9 Travel Questions I Wish I’d Been Asked: Sicilia
By staff writer Estrella Azul. Photos Copyright © Estrella Azul. RIGHT AFTER SHE published it in September 2011, I read Gretchen Rubin’s blog post, 9 Questions To Ask About Someone’s Big, Life-Changing Trip. It made me think long and hard about my traveling thus far, and how I never really...
July 10th, 2012 | STAFF, EUROPE, MEMORIES | Read More

The Goldfish Bowl: Jump Out and Live a Little!

The Goldfish Bowl: Jump Out and Live a Little!
By guest blogger Julian Easterly. Photos Copyright © Julian Easterly. Le Bookshop photos courtesy Dario Viallet. I HAPPEN TO LIVE, by chance, in Montpellier, France. Needless to say, that is amazing in itself. But baguettes, cheese and wine aside, nothing surprises like hearing two sixty-something...
June 12th, 2012 | GUEST BLOGGERS, EUROPE, CHARACTERS | Read More

Garner State Park: Caves, Trails, Tubing – and Texas swing!

Garner State Park: Caves, Trails, Tubing – and Texas swing!
By guest blogger Valeka Cruz RECENTLY I HAD the absolute joy of visiting Garner State Park. I am very fortunate to have grown up near this gem of a Texas state park. I hadn’t visited it in years but it was just as beautiful as I remembered it being! It is one of the most heavily visited parks in...
June 8th, 2012 | GUEST BLOGGERS, USA MAINLAND, GARDENS & PARKS, CAMPING | Read More

Health, Healing and Hedonism on India’s East Coast

Health, Healing and Hedonism on India’s East Coast
Story by guest blogger Roona. Photos Copyright © Roona. FOR THE PAST few years, floating along at the mercy of life’s capricious winds, I was despairing of ever bringing my life back to a sense of normalcy and my mind to a state of restfulness. When I set out for Vizag (short for Vishakapatnam City,...
June 5th, 2012 | GUEST BLOGGERS, HEALTH, Beaches, HARVESTING NATURE'S BOUNTY, INDIA, Interesting Towns | Read More

Medieval Banquet, St Katharine Docks, London

Medieval Banquet, St Katharine Docks, London
Story by staff writer JM Merchant. Photos Copyright © Joanna Abram. ONE OF THE greatest things about London is its history. Everywhere you go there’s something from the past to fascinate and astound. Walking from Tower Hill station you pass not only some of the largest remnants of the Roman wall...
June 1st, 2012 | STAFF, DINING, QUIRKY PLACES, SHOWS/FESTIVALS/HOLIDAYS, THE UK | Read More