Posts Tagged ‘food’

Navigating Cuba

2 March 17

Author: Kacie Fogg

Cuba, a beautiful Caribbean Island enriched with fascinating culture, notable history, and distinct architecture, has recently been opened to American travelers, who can finally explore the country for the first time since the ‘60s. Cuba is an easy destination to reach–just a short distance south of Florida with plenty of non-stop flight options. With beautiful […]

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Travel Offers Real-World Education

13 September 16

Author: Betsy Harter

The kids are settled back into school, and the leisurely family time that you enjoyed all summer has come to an end. Sports practices, play rehearsals, and projects have taken over your calendar. Why not help everyone get through the stressful days ahead by giving them something fun to anticipate? Now is the perfect time […]

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Hawaiian Culture 101

19 April 16

In Spanish cultures, the word Sobremesa refers to the time spent after lunch or dinner, talking to the people you shared a meal with. In Japanese cultures, the word Komorebi refers to the sunlight that filters through the trees. In Inuit cultures, the word Iktsuarpok refers to the feeling of anticipation that leads you to keep looking outside to see […]

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America’s Southwest is Sizzlin’!

11 November 15

Author: Tiffany

Just like Willie Nelson, I’m on the road again! Tired of mildewing in the rain here in Athens, I’ve set my course for Scottsdale, Arizona, with intentions of soaking up a bit of warmth and sunshine while getting the scoop for future travelers. When planning travel, especially in winter, many southerners tend to hone in […]

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