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Chasing the Northern Lights in Cook County – Minnesota
Northern Lights in Minnesota

Chasing the Northern Lights in Cook County – Minnesota

Filed in Outdoor Adventures by on November 22, 2016 • views: 811

I am not a big runner, but when it comes to chasing the northern lights, I find myself speeding faster than Usain Bolt himself – metaphorically speaking, of course. Who wouldn’t want to witness the magic of Earth and Universe collide? It’s only natural for avid travelers and nature lovers to go to great lengths […]

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Exploring St. Ives – Step by Step, Beach by Beach, Art Gallery by Art Gallery
Exploring St. Ives

Exploring St. Ives – Step by Step, Beach by Beach, Art Gallery by Art Gallery

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 17, 2016 • views: 346

There are many reasons why people come to St. Ives. Virginia Wolf came here to find inspiration for her novels, James McNeill Whistler came to paint the town’s breathtaking landscapes, while I went to St. Ives because I fell in love with one photo on the internet. It only took one glance and I knew […]

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Skiing in Sundance – Simply Perfect
Salt Lake City

Skiing in Sundance – Simply Perfect

Filed in Destinations, Snow Adventures by on November 17, 2016 • views: 540

Since my last article revolved around the delights of Salt Lake City and since December is coming, I thought it’s the perfect time to move my muses about 51 miles south of Salt Lake City – more exactly, to Sundance Mountain Resort. Why Sundance? Because I love winter, skiing and less crowded mountain resorts. This […]

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Delights of Salt Lake City
Delights of Salt Lake

Delights of Salt Lake City

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 15, 2016 • views: 427

I have to admit that when I first received the invitation to visit one my friends in Salt Lake City, I wasn’t exactly thrilled. I mean, all I knew about Salt Lake City was that it is Utah’s capital and the promise land (already delivered) of Mormons. That’s it! Salt Lake City was never on […]

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Why Spend Winter in Montreal
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Why Spend Winter in Montreal

Filed in Cultural Travel, Destinations by on November 15, 2016 • views: 649

Well, here is a question whose answer could easily become a novel or, better yet, a fairy tale. There are so many reasons to visit and love Montreal, regardless of season. However, winter seems to have a special connection with this incredible artistic and joyful Canadian city, the largest in the Quebec province. Always creating […]

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Rwanda is a beautiful country with three national parks, amazing mountain scenery, and diverse wildlife. It has a thriving capital city and offers visitors plenty of interesting things to see and do during their visit. It also has a growing economy, more women in Parliament than any other country in the world and friendly residents. […]

Travel to Landlocked Malawi views: 27

I am not one to back down from an adventure but Malawi? I should be honest, I had not thought of going to Malawi since I was a teenager and here I was packing for this fun adventure. My friends convinced me that this is THE African place I just must see because, well, this […]

Fall in New England views: 32

Fall! That magical season when nature gets all dressed up in a kaleidoscope of colors to impress and dazzle with fairy tale sceneries. Everybody is instantly feeling a bit melancholic and an infinite number of photos with shoes stepping on dead but colorful leaves invades social media. No one can resist the charm of fall, […]

Vineyards of New York State views: 70

New Yorkers don’t need to go to Napa Valley for great wine. They have has great wine regions in their backyard. Moreover, New York State is home to a few of the oldest vineyards in the US. Some of them are so old, that they have been planted by French Huguenots. They planted the first […]