Posts Tagged‘United States’

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The United States of America has a Visa Waiver Program which opens the doors for citizens from certain countries with ties to the United States. Through the Visa Waiver Program they are able to travel…

When people talk about Miami, you often only hear a few things – vacation,  partying, sun, Latin culture, etc. While Miami is most definitely all of the aforementioned things, it wasn’t just dropped out of…

Niagara Falls at night time

Stories of hauntings have likely been around as long as people have been able to tell the stories. In every part of the world you can find land, homes and buildings that carry with them…

When the heat of summer hits in 2014, those in search of some relief from the punishing rays of the sun will flock in droves to water parks all across the globe. Some will be…

Great Lakes Map

As a North American, I often look at maps of the US and Canada (ok Mexico too). Ever since elementary school, maps of North America have been displayed prominently in my classrooms, rest stops, etc., so I…

vintage caravan

Ever since people have been traveling in four wheeled vehicles, they have been crashing in them, and not just in accidents. While my “caravanning” experience is limited to sleeping in the passenger seat of my…

This post was updated 8/2/2016 and now shares the top 10 longest zip lines in the world and not just 5. One thing I’m trying to do more of this year is experience a little…

Growing up, I had the gift of having parents that saw the importance and merit of traveling.  Granted, many of our family vacays were much needed respite for them from their high-paced and high-stress jobs,…

The Midway Battleship in San Diego, California

The West Coast of the US is one of the nicest places to lose yourself on a holiday, whether it’s been planned for months or you’re booking a quick-and-easy last minute excursion. When travelling to…

Yesterday started out like a seemingly normal March Saturday in South Beach –  piercingly blue skies, a warm but comfortable temperature, and plenty of zombies lurching from their hotels on Collins Avenue to the beach…

This picture is from the summit of Mauna Kea on the big island of Hawaii.  Mauna Kea is a volcano, and if measured from its oceanic base, is significantly taller than Mt. Everest!  The summit…

Whenever I travel for less than two weeks, I never take a taxi to the airport.  Many cities have fixed taxi rates from the airport to wherever you’re going which is often more than if…

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