Packing shoes is the worst.
No… it’s even worse than the worst. It’s godawful.
On many a trip, I have gone over my allotted 50 lbs of luggage just on shoes alone. It wasn’t until I had a breaking point somewhere on a cobbled street in Nazareth, Israel. This when I realized that this oversized load I was dragging through these historic corridors was not only unnecessary, it was making my entire experience less enjoyable. And it was on my … Keep Reading!!!
We spent most of the month of May in Hawaii with friends. On one of our last days, the majority of our group went to Soul Signature where I received my hand tapped tattoo.
I decided to join in when I met Aisea, the owner of the shop who also specializes in hand tapping.
Brian ended up getting a large machine-created tattoo by Eugene:
Four hours into a seven hour flight, over the Atlantic Ocean, is not a good place to be when your two-year-old has an asthma attack. It becomes even worse when you find her medication has been put in your checked baggage in the cargo hold.
This happened recently on a flight from Spain to the U.S. Luckily, for the girl, Dr. Krushid Guru was on board and jumped into action. He recognized that the toddler needed a nebulizer, but … Keep Reading!!!
An amazing medical breakthrough has happened in Australia this week. A toddler’s head has been re-attached to his neck following a car accident and it’s nothing short of miraculous work by the doctor.
Two weeks ago 16-month-old Jackson Taylor was traveling in the car with his mom, Rylea, and his sister. They were hit head on by another driver. Everyone escaped with relatively minor injuries, except Jackson. Rylea tearfully recalls the aftermath
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A group of businesses in Montreal, Quebec are coming together to make their support of nursing moms known. The new Route du Lait (which translates to The Milk Way) is a network of businesses in Montreal that have agreed to provide a safe environment for nursing moms, guaranteed to be free of judgment and harassment.
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To businesses wishing to participate in this project, we propose providing mothers with a space where they can sit down and breastfeed. This area does
Your typical method of choosing a travel site probably involves searching for discounts. But what if you based your next travel site choice on charitable contributions and low prices? Some travel websites partner with charitable organizations, donate money, and encourage philanthropy in their employees.
According to Hotels.com, the United States is the only developed nation that doesn’t mandate paid vacations. Accordingly, many people, especially low-income families and those living below the poverty line, can’t afford to take any … Keep Reading!!!
Portugal has been a firm favourite for decades now and here are just a few reasons why you should start planning your next trip.
There’s more to Portuguese wine than Port. Vinho Verde is always an interesting choice for fans of white wine, literally meaning ‘green wine’ it is light and refreshing with just the right amount of acidity. It comes with a slight fizz making it great as a summer aperitif with canapés or with light seafood … Keep Reading!!!
If the travel bug is nipping and you’re looking for some where different to stay there’s some really cool hotels around the world to satisfy. These hotels are a destination all on their own.
Nhow Hotel (Germany)
The design is completely music inspired in a very conceptual way. The Nhow is very technologically advanced with each room having heated bathroom floors, a built in sound system and a TV built into the mirror.
Ithaa Undersea Restaurant, Maldives
Located 16 feet below sea level it is the first all-glass undersea restaurant and provides a 180-degree view of the coral gardens.
Travel to the town of Weesp in the Netherlands and you can find a gated village called Hogeweyk. The village is making history as one of the top care facilities for people suffering with dementia.
Hogeweyk’s progressive practices have caught the world’s attention. The village staff consists of all doctors, nurses, and specialists providing 24-hour care in some of the most unusual ways.
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Dear Waves for Water,
What a blessed thing happened when Jack Rose came in a world-wind
trip to Ethiopia and Heartland. No idle tourist is he, not a beat or
step in any direction except one, the bringing of, … Keep Reading!!!
Heather and I had three days to acclimate to the 9 hour time change and we decided to spend that time in Cape Town.
After roughly 3 solid hours of radiant sunshine, the clouds took over and we quickly realized we left the start of a beautiful California Summer for a drizzly African winter. Or as Heather put it, she left the Bay Area for the San Francisco of the southern … Keep Reading!!!