Wrong Turn – a metaphor for my life
The following is an excerpt from my contribution to RV Traveling Tales - Women's Journeys on the Open… [more]
Cars from Cuba
I came across these photos of cars in Cuba and thought I should share them. Wouldn't we love to have… [more]
Visiting Seattle Washington – read the fine print!
Sightseeing in Seattle Traveling on a budget means reading the fine print especially when booking a… [more]
Hi everyone, I haven't been to the Caribbean in years but after reading Eunice Nisbett's guest blog post I have put it back on my bucket list. Know Before You Go: Tips for Travelling to the Eastern Caribbean By Eunice Nisbett You’ve longed to visit the Caribbean and have been saving up for that trip. You have decided to visit the Eastern Caribbean this time. (For the purpose of this article the Eastern Caribbean refers to the countries of Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, … [Read More...]
Hi everyone, My husband needed to get from Vancouver Island (Nanaimo) on New Years Day to Vancouver to catch a flight to Edmonton and back to work. There was one problem and it was a big one. No Float Plane Service on Vancouver Island His usual way of getting to the mainland is using a float plane service (we have 3 companies available) but... no one was flying on New Years Day. That surprised us. No 5:45 ferry from Duke Point He needed to be in Vancouver by 9:00 a.m. on the 1st … [Read More...]
Hi everyone, Guest Blogger Corine La Font shares her tips and suggestions to aspiring writers - I found them quite helpful - enjoy! Guest Blogger Corine La Font: You know, one of the things I noticed is that everyone seems to be writing or wants to write but don't know how to get started and if or when they do get started, they are off to a bumpy start. They are not sure of their audience, they don't know how to publish and here comes the biggie... they don’t know how to market the … [Read More...]
Groupon discount TESOL Training gets very bad reviews One hour I just wasted searching for positive reviews for an online educational program that supposedly offers certification for those wishing to teach English in a foreign country. Groupon was advertising this course for $69, a savings of hundreds of dollars. My first instinct was if it seems too good to be true it probably is but not wanting to pass up on a good opportunity if this was legit I started digging further. I noted that 50 … [Read More...]
Chinese Street Food Street food in Xian, China The street vendor below is actually making candy by blowing into the taffy and shaping them into animals. During a trip to China last year one of the highlights was the street food - it was incredible. How about scorpions on a stick? Dinner anyone? Happy travels, … [Read More...]
A compilation of stories written by women who are traveling the open road.
I came across these photos of cars in Cuba and thought I should share them. Wouldn’t we love to have one of these? Related posts: Boler trailers, classic cars and Elvis – what a combination!
Work less hours but accomplish more! This is one of my favorite books and have read it cover to cover twice! If you are thinking at all of trying to work smarter and not more then this is the book for you. I have even bought it as gifts for friends and [...]
A Guest blogger has shared her information on the RYA Day Skipper Course – please have a read. If you have always wanted to develop your existing sailing skills and hone your talent to make it more usable, a day skipper course could be just what you need to fulfill your ambitions. Whether you’re hoping to combine your [...]
Traveling alone? Guest blogger shares information on Alaska ~ a perfect destination for a single traveler. Don’t stay home alone and miss out on an amazing holiday. Alaska is the perfect destination for the single traveler allowing you to focus completely on the fantastic experiences offered in this under-explored part of North America. Don’t take [...]