We are just days away from #BlogHer15:Experts Among Us and I am starting to make my packing list. We've shared some posts on what people are packing and wearing and how to stay healthy at the conference. I know that you don't need to be told to bring your phone (remember your charger!) or your must-have electronics....more
One thing you will always hear people complaining about is how expensive it is to travel in Europe. True, flights from the U.S. to Europe can be pricey, but once you are on the ground it is a whole different story. The Euro has been slipping for months now, and it is almost neck-and-neck with the U.S. dollar, which means you are no longer paying extra just to be in another country. Even Switzerland, where they don't even use the Euro, is running close to the dollar, although this notoriously expensive country is still pricey even when the dollar is up.
Packing clothes is the hardest part for me when we go camping. For men/boys, it's relatively easy because they think nothing of wearing the same pair of jeans for 5 days, they just switch it up by alternating between two different t-shirts, KWIM? But I like some variety and I try to plan for whatever Mother Nature throws at us....more
As our dedicated readers have realized by now, I am quite enamored with the National Parks of the US. In fact I have a goal to visit them all! If you missed it, there was an earlier post on National Parks and Seashores of the East as well as Camping Out West....more
I originally posted this as "Night Train to Germany" over on my personal blog. Shortly after, a friend shared in the comments news about 71 people found suffocated in the back of a truck along a road linking Budapest to Vienna, men women and children. So I'm sharing that blog post here as well. The flood of migrants is no doubt a strain on resources and poses a massive question of what to do with all these people but we cannot ever forget that they are people. I'm was deeply sorry to hear the new of this discovered truck, and it made me think of those families I saw on the night train to Germany....more
Last week, my family and I went camping (more to come on that experience). I'm sad to admit it's been a while since I've slept in the great outdoors and when I snuggled into my sleeping bag, I realized that I have missed the experience....more
I had never really thought of visiting Colombia until one of my best friends (who’s Colombian) moved there about 5 years ago. She now lives in Canada so I never really got the chance to visit when she was there, but my interest in the country remained. I’d heard tons of things about Colombia throughout my life, some of which are true, but most importantly, some of which aren’t true anymore. Most l likely, when we think about Colombia, we all think drugs. It’s inevitable....more
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Did you know that Altstadt (Old Town) in Regensburg, Germany was the only to survive the bombings during World War II? In fact, much of it remains well-preserved and has withstood the elements over the centuries that it was designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006. It is so rich in history, it was one of the seats of the Holy Roman Empire...more
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