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The Fabled Montropolis Is Found: Jackson Hole

By Richard Bangs

3 days ago

In the evolution of a place there is sometimes a waymark between free-spirited childhood and the discreet somberness of maturity. But what if the in-between actually signifies the third... read on

  • Dancing to Discover Freedom for July 4

    By Lisa Ellen Niver

    3 weeks ago


    Cristian Oviedo Do you have a desire that is so secret it is almost unknown even to you? In Jean Kwok’s Mambo in Chinatown, we have the treat of unraveling the life of Charlie Wong:

    My name is Charlie Wong and I’m the daughter of a dancer and a noodle-maker. My mother was once a star... read on

  • Find Freedom! Share Your Story!

    By Lisa Ellen Niver

    June 23, 2014 | 7:24 am

    Where do you find FREEDOM? Share your story in the WSGT Independence Travel Writing Contest

    Thank you to the winners and all the participants in the Inspiration Travel Writing Contest. 

    Thank you for reading, commenting and being in our community! I hope you will be... read on

  • Summer Sailing Dreams

    By Tyler Brooks

    June 17, 2014 | 8:48 am

    danubeCruises have always been a favorite pastime vacation of singles, couples and families alike.  There are many types of cruises.  Some are day long excursions, visiting one destination, such as day cruises to swim with Sea Lions or Sea Turtles at the Galapagos Islands. These are more... read on

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  • Puerto Rico: The Real Fountain of Youth?

    By Lisa Ellen Niver

    May 29, 2014 | 3:33 pm

    When Richard Bangs invited me to travel to PUERTO RICO to film with Orbitz and the Puerto Rican Tourism Board: I SAID YES! Please enjoy Richard's article about our journey and the many videos from our visit! Lisa Iguana
     
    When Christopher Columbus made landfall in Puerto Rico during... read on
  • Science Fair: Punishment or Opportunity?

    By Lisa Ellen Niver

    May 26, 2014 | 1:44 pm

    2014-05-05-LisaandLucy.pngScience Fair: Punishment or Opportunity?

    Personally as a child, I did not like science fair. It seemed like showing off, whoever bought the best kit or parents got the most involved won the “award.” As a teacher, I was unsure about this grand venture, which seemed to be a... read on

  • Next Year Jerusalem: The Journey of a Lifetime

    By Dr. Jessica Voigts

    May 13, 2014 | 4:41 pm

    Next Year Jerusalem: The Journey of a Lifetime

    Can a group of elderly nursing home residents travel abroad? The answer is yes - with care and love and a lot of planning. Such is the case for 8 residents (ages 87-97) of the Jewish Home for the Elderly in Connecticut, who journey... read on

  • Cruising The Rivers of Europe

    By Traveling Cricket

    May 12, 2014 | 7:31 am

    Ever since we started dating, we've decided to spend all our anniversary traveling. As a result, our first wedding anniversary was spent on a long day trip - visiting fortresses and a scenic medieval town in Romania -, my birthday was spent in Austria and my husband's birthday on a... read on

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