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Follow The Signs In Paradise – Grand Cayman
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Swiss Chocolate Train: The Perfect Eurail Pass Add-on
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6 GREAT Reasons to Visit Bergen Norway
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Florida Manatee – Where to Find Our Winter Guests
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Mardi Gras – A Brief History
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If Charles Darwin had a Camera – Galapagos Islands Photo Essay
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Sea Lion Smile – Galapagos Photo of the Day

Follow The Signs In Paradise – Grand Cayman

Grand Cayman lies just 150 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles west of Jamaica in the central Caribbean. As the largest of the three Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman is just 76 square miles – 22 miles long by 8 miles wide. It’s hard to get lost on an island […]

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Swiss Chocolate Train: The Perfect Eurail Pass Add-on

When we first planned our trip around Europe using our Eurail Global Passes, we knew we were in for a great time and would be able to explore so many amazing places. What we didn’t know, until doing more research, was how many other perks came along with the pass. […]

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6 GREAT Reasons to Visit Bergen Norway

Why Visit Bergen? We decided to visit Bergen, Norway as the jump-off point for our Great Summer Eurail Adventure for two reasons. First, because it was so far North. Farther North than we’d ever been before. What would it be like to have daylight until well after midnight? Would it be […]

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Florida Manatee – Where to Find Our Winter Guests

When most people think of a visit to the Florida during the winter months of December through early April, it’s usually to escape the bitter cold of more northern climates. But an added bonus of warm sunshine and not having to shovel snow is seeing the Florida manatees in their […]

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Mardi Gras – A Brief History

Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday is the celebration beginning after the Christian feasts of the Epiphany and continuing until the final bar on Bourbon Street closes at the stroke of midnight the night before Ash Wednesday. Because Ash Wednesday is the start of of Lent, where fasting and abstinence are […]

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If Charles Darwin had a Camera – Galapagos Islands Photo Essay

In 1831, at the young age of 20, Charles Darwin first set foot on the Galapagos Islands where he spent an informative 5 weeks of his life. “I never dreamed that islands, about fifty or sixty miles apart, and most of them in sight of each other, formed of precisely […]

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Sea Lion Smile – Galapagos Photo of the Day

  How could you resist these happy sea lions? On our first full day in the Galapagos Islands, we took a small inflatable panga from our Ecoventura yacht for a “wet” landing on beautiful Cerro Brujo beach on the north coast of San Cristobal Island. A “wet” landing meant all […]

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