Month: March 2019
Why Did You First Decide to Travel?
The reason for why one first chooses to travel may be easy to answer and includes: taking the summer off from college, wishing to get out of that small town you grew up in, or having that adventurous spirit to see this beautiful planet. Why did you first choose to travel? My Reasons for Traveling:… Continue reading Why Did You First Decide to Travel?
Travel, Trip or a Journey?
When you decide on a journey, do you consider this a travel, trip or journey? Perhaps something else? Today, travel is not often an easy adventure for many reasons. Many barriers often stand in your way including cost, the flight schedule, and sometimes the cultural at your new destination. I recommend the following as means… Continue reading Travel, Trip or a Journey?
Festival Season in the South
Spring has sprung and festivals planning is in full swing here in Coastal North Carolina. The largest and one my favorite festivals that is fast approaching this season of festivals is the NC Azalea Festival happening here in Wilmington, NC. This years festival occurs the first weekend of April; April 3 through 7. Book your stay… Continue reading Festival Season in the South
A Visit to Lisbon
A couple of years ago, we visited Portugal that included Lisbon and Porto. For one of our trips this year, I have scheduled another trip back to Lisbon for a stopover option offered via TAP Air Portugal . I highly recommend considering this option to explore two countries and more during your stay. Today's blog post… Continue reading A Visit to Lisbon
Mosques Worth Visiting
As I remember the tragedy at the 3 mosques in New Zealand, this had me been thinking back to my travels and the many beautiful mosques we visited. One country that comes to mind is Egypt. This country has a wealth of beautiful, historical, and famous mosque that offer a chance under why this city… Continue reading Mosques Worth Visiting
A Visit to Saint Francisville, LA
During our visit through Louisiana, we drove to the town of Saint Francisville. A town of just under 2,000 people, is located about 30 miles north of the capital Baton Rouge. It is a hidden gem worth a visit. Greenwood Plantation Unfortunately, the original Greenwood Plantation from 1830 built by William R. Barrow in Greek… Continue reading A Visit to Saint Francisville, LA
Normandy France- Juno Beach
During my most recent visit to France, I wanted to visit Normandy and decided to visit the Canadian memorial to D- Day on June 6, 1944. The Juno Beach Centre is dedicated as a museum to honor the sacrifice of some 45,000 young Canadian men and women who fought alongside Allied forces to liberate France during… Continue reading Normandy France- Juno Beach