All posts tagged: where in the world

Camp Reviews: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The small town of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe is less than two kilometers south of the Zambezi River and the border of Zambia. Until Zimbabwe’s political problems surfaced, it was the place to see the waterfalls. The town was buzzing and vibrant. While the past few years […]

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Bali at 40: Seminyak

Bali may be small, but it’s definitely not short of character. Whether it’s the flair in artsy Ubud, the merry pandemonium in Seminyak or the tranquil opulence of Nusa Dua, whether it’s for the old or for the young, there’s a Bali for everybody. Then […]

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Bali at 40 with the Girls: The Itinerary

Turning 40 spurs mixed emotions!  I was at the brink with my co-Titas-of-Manille (as we humorously mock ourselves).  We decided to see it as victorious and worth the celebration!  Thus a well-deserved get away was meticulously planned by the boss!  Our group consisted of four ladies from […]

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Bali at 40: Ubud

We began with the district of Ubud, otherwise known as the Art Village. Ubud is home to Bali’s most talented artists—here, art is life, not just a form of expression but also a livelihood. One can be overwhelmed with the parade of artistry exhibited on […]

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Fascinating Cinque Terre

Along a beautifully isolated six-mile stretch of the most seductive corner of the northern Italian coast lies the Cinque Terre (CHINK-weh TAY-reh) — five (cinque) small towns gently and steadily carving a good life out of difficult terrain. Each village fills a ravine with a […]

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Day 2: Doing the Temple Run in Siem Reap

 Our first day in the Angkor Thom complex was overwhelming. But even if you’re feeling pretty templed-out, you’ll regret missing the other noteworthy temples.  We dedicated our second morning to visit two more temples that are considered off the beaten track. Still, their details and stories were as vivid as the popular […]

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