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Visiting the Kids Museum: Museo de los Ninos in Guatemala City

Visiting the Kids Museum: Museo de los Ninos in Guatemala City

With my husband working a lot lately, I wanted to do something different with my kids. I decided on a staycation, of sorts, to Guatemala City. We have been to Guate several times, however, I wanted to do the full-on family trip. I have heard of

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Discover Hidden Vineyards of Portugal

Discover Hidden Vineyards of Portugal

Wine has been produced in Portugal for centuries, ever since the Romans colonized the territory. It is one of the most important industries for the local economy. Because of the variety in terrain, temperatures and grapes available the country produces a

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Making the Most of Amazing Macau

Making the Most of Amazing Macau

Macau is Asia’s undisputed gambling capital. Westerners might call it the Vegas of the East, but Macau is plenty big enough in its own right not to have to worry about such comparisons – and there’s a lot more to it that the casinos. Even

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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines: Riding to the Rescue through Social Media

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines: Riding to the Rescue through Social Media

Occasionally, there is an example of marketing or customer service that transcends a specific industry and truly takes your breath away. Perhaps the best recent example came in the form of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and their unique #happytohelp Twitter

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Travel Gear Review – Trunkster Zipperless Luggage

Travel Gear Review – Trunkster Zipperless Luggage

I’m always searching for products that can make my trips a lot easier and enjoyable, this time I found a curious product on Kickstarter called the Trunkster. It is a piece of lightweight, durable and scratch resistant luggage with a singular design and

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5 Off the Beaten Track Places to Visit in Ireland

5 Off the Beaten Track Places to Visit in Ireland

Ireland has plenty to offer, from the typical to quirky. While I’m sure you know the hot spots to head to, if you’re up for the odd and wacky, then these few spots here are a good start.This article contains a list of five unusual places to

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A major, Major, golf tour for 2015?

A major, Major, golf tour for 2015?

If you’re feeling frivolous and wealthy enough, you have spare time on your hands and you love the game of golf – how about trying to take in all four Major tournaments next year?Check this out to find tons of information about how you an enjoy

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Traditional Colombian Food – Bandeja Paisa

Traditional Colombian Food – Bandeja Paisa

Doing a private Medellin City tour is hard work and requires fuel for the body. And what better way to enjoy lunchtime than tasting a traditional Medellin meal – Bandeja Paisa. Meals aren’t included in the City Tour by Colombia Travel Operator,

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Travel to Spain – Two Cities that Make Ideal Weekend Destinations

Travel to Spain – Two Cities that Make Ideal Weekend Destinations

As the days become shorter and the weather gets colder, it’s always great if you can book in a long weekend away somewhere brighter and sunnier – if not especially warmer.Find the names of two cities in travel to Spain perfect for a weekend

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Best Traditional, Fruity Colombian Drinks – Salpicon

Best Traditional, Fruity Colombian Drinks – Salpicon

A huge prerequisite for me when visiting any part of the world is to always taste the local food and drink. Every single country has something that is extra special for either the country, city or town that you visit and in Colombia there are so many that I

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Resistance to Getting a Hanging Toiletry Bag and Travel Packing Cubes

Resistance to Getting a Hanging Toiletry Bag and Travel Packing Cubes

For over five years I’ve been eyeing out a hanging toiletry bag. I’ve shown several to my husband before each trip, spending way too much energy on the matter.  Yet every time I had to hit the buy button I resisted and resisted. Why?

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Life on Rio Dulce – It’s Not as Dulce (Sweet) as it Looks

Life on Rio Dulce – It’s Not as Dulce (Sweet) as it Looks

Rio Dulce National Park is better known as the Amazon of Guatemala. And for good reason. It’s lush, full of water canals, a rain forest and full of amazing birds and wildlife. It is also a place for fishermen and local people. Here’s a glimpse

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Wanna See What Punta Manabique in Guatemala Looks Like?

Wanna See What Punta Manabique in Guatemala Looks Like?

I’d love to show you what the real Punta Manabique looks like, but the waves were way too choppy for us to get to it. So instead we got to another area which is a deserted island like spot. It had some houses on it, but not sure when was the last

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A Barcelona Vacation Without Breaking the Bank

A Barcelona Vacation Without Breaking the Bank

Barcelona is one of the most popular destinations in Spain. This city is capital of Cataluña and has a long, interesting history. A lot of travelers seem to be attracted to it because it offers the perfect combination between gorgeous buildings, beaches,

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Tips for International Travel

Tips for International Travel

World travelers like Lindsey Stone and other travel writers or bloggers are experienced in traveling between countries. In order to visit exotic locations or learn about other cultures, travel writers must be able to easily navigate within countries where

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Travel Advice – Best Ways to See a Country

Travel Advice – Best Ways to See a Country

Visiting another country is a great way to get a taste of life abroad, but so often, we just fly in, visit one area and leave again without really getting a feel for the country itself. If you want to get more out of your holidays and experience more of the

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Three of the Best Churches of the World

Three of the Best Churches of the World

When you’re traveling the world with your family, it can sometimes be a difficult to make a visit to a church an exciting proposition. Even if you’re not particularly religious, visiting churches, mosques, synagogues or other places of worship

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The Cordless Travel Buddy

The Cordless Travel Buddy

If you have a smartphone, regardless of it being an iphone or android you know you horrible it is to be traveling around and not being able to depend on an app on your phone or to use the camera because you ran out of battery. That’s why I always carry

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How to Save on a Family Trip to Bangkok

How to Save on a Family Trip to Bangkok

To me it is very important to travel with my children not only because it allows them to learn way more from the world than what they could learn from a book, but also because it helps us create wonderful memories that we will treasure forever. Plus, contrary

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Moving Abroad – 4 Tips for Having a Smooth Experience

Moving Abroad – 4 Tips for Having a Smooth Experience

Living abroad can be one of the best things you can experience, however the process of moving to a new country can be really stressful. But there are things that you can do to take some of that stress off, keep reading to find 4 things that will make your

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