Archive - October 2013

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Why We Love… Kona, Hawaii
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Why We Love… Dunedin, New Zealand
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Grave Robbers, Ghouls and Margorie McCall
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Mussels in Guinness Cream Sauce – Recipe Tuesday
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Glasnevin Cemetery Dublin – Photo Escape
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House of Voodoo and Marie Laveau’s Tomb – Photo of the Day
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Beat Jet Lag – The Traveling Pharmacist

Why We Love… Kona, Hawaii

Kona, Hawaii Kona is located on the the Island of Hawai’i also known as The Big Island.  Famous for it’s coffee producing areas, Kona is also steeping with historical significance and one of the places we enjoy going to learn more about the early Hawaiian peoples.  Kailus-Kona is the center […]

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Why We Love… Dunedin, New Zealand

  Dunedin, New Zealand     Located in the Southeast corner of the South Island in New Zealand, Dunedin is a charming town with lots of sightseeing options.  It is the second largest city in the South Island and offers a visitor historical, natural, and educational activities for the whole […]

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Grave Robbers, Ghouls and Margorie McCall

It’s almost Halloween! That frightful night when we remember those things that scare us the most. Ghosts, ghouls, saints and martyrs – all play a special role in the All Hallows’ Eve festivities. However, none may be as distasteful as that of the common Grave Robber. Stealing trinkets from the […]

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Mussels in Guinness Cream Sauce – Recipe Tuesday

Yes, we’re still in Ireland enjoying the delicious foods of the Emerald Isle. We just HAD to taken another visit to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin and this time we lucked up on one of their daily cooking demonstrations. At 12 noon, 1pm and 2pm daily on Floor 5, you’ll […]

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Glasnevin Cemetery Dublin – Photo Escape

Listen to the quiet for a just a moment…can you hear their whispers? The one and a half million souls buried around you want to tell their stories. Stories of lives gone too early, of murders and plagues, of civil unrest and cries for justice. Since 1832, the Glasnevin Cemetery […]

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House of Voodoo and Marie Laveau’s Tomb – Photo of the Day

The spirit of the Creole Voodoo Priestess, Marie Laveau, is alive and well in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Visitors can tour her burial site in the Glapion family crypt in St. Louis Cemetery #1 or visit to the House of Voodoo at 739 Bourbon Street. Born a free […]

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Beat Jet Lag – The Traveling Pharmacist

Jet Lag is a crafty thief. The groggy, sleepy, grumpy, not being able to concentrate on anything more than laying your head down on a pillow feeling steals away precious vacation and travel time. What you want to do is go out and see the sights of the new place […]

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