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See a patial list of our travel blog articles featuring places in North America below. For the complete blog archives list please visit our Archives page.

Alaska Cruise
Alaska: Musk Ox
Alaskan Interior
Alaska Marine Highway
Alaska Railway
Alaska Small Ship Cruise
Alaska Whale Watching
Amelia Island, FL
Arizona Cowboy College
Atlanta, Idaho
Austin, Texas
Avila Beach, CA
Baja California Sur
Baja Wine Country, Mexico
Big Bear Lake, CA
British Columbia Tea
California Coast
Cambria & Paso Robles
Canadian Cities
Canadian Rockies
Canadian Winter
Catalina Island
Central Coast, California
Charlevoix, Quebec
Cherokee Nation
Chincoteague & Assateague
Claremont, CA
Columbia River
Costa Rica
Costa Rica Cloud Forest
Cozumel, Mexico
Death Valley Pupfish
Denali National Park
Dominican Republic
Douglas Complex Fire, OR
Eastern Washington
Fairbanks, Alaska
French Canada Cruise
Glacier Peak, WA
Grand del Mar
Guadalajara, Mexico
Hana Highway, Hawaii
Hawaii Big Island
Honolulu, Hawaii
Inland Northwest
Juneau, Alaska
Kaua'i 1; Kaua'i 2
Key West
Kona, Hawaii
La Cantera, San Antonio, TX
Laguna Beach
Laguna Beach Images
Lahaina, Hawaii
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Lanai. Hawaii
La Paz, Mexico
Las Alamandas, Mexico
Las Vegas
Lewis & Clark Expedition
Lexington, Kentucky
Mammoth Mountain
Maui, Hawaii
Mohonk Mountain House
Molokai, Hawaii
Monterey Bay
Montreal Tea
Morongo Resort
Myrtle Beach
Napa Valley
New Brunswick
New Hampshire
New Mexico
New Orleans
New York
North Cascades, WA
Northern Washington State
Nova Scotia
Oceanside, CA
Orange County
Oregon Coast
Olympia, WA
Olympic Peninsula, WA
Oxnard, CA
Palm Springs Aerial Tram
Palouse Scenic Byway
Pasadena, CA
Paso Robles, CA
Pismo Beach, CA
Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Prince Rupert/Digby Island
Prudhoe Bay, Canadian Arctic
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Queen Charlotte Islands
Redondo Beach
Rhode Island
Richmond, BC
Riverside, CA
Riviera Maya, Mexico
Route 66
Samish Island, WA
San Diego
San Francisco
San Luis Obispo, CA
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Santa Monica, CA
Sedona, Arizona
Seward Highway, Alaska
Sitka, Alaska
Skagway, Alaska
Sonoma, CA
South Texas
St. Lawrence River, Canada
St. Louis, MO
Sun Valley, ID
Taos, New Mexico
Texas Bull Riding
Texas Wine Country
Tongass, Alaska
Ventura, CA
Victoria, BC
Virginia Skydiving
Waco, Texas
Washington D.C: Newseum
Western Canada
Whistler, B.C.

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Alcala, Spain
Aran Islands, Ireland
Arnhem, Holland
Assisi, Italy
Augsburg, Germany
Baltic Sea Nations
Basel. Switzerland
Beira, Portugal
Bertha Benz Route, Germany
Bled, Slovenia
Brno, Czech Republic
Bruges, Leiden and Dijon
Burgundy, France
Castelluccio di Norcia, Italy
Champagne and Lorraine
Champagne Country, France
Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy
Consuegra, Spain
Cotswolds, England
County Cork, Ireland
Crete, Greece
Czech Republic
Czech Republic Slideshow
Dolomites, Italy
Eastern Mediterranean
Erfurt, Germany
Europe by Train
Europe's Churches
Europe's Statues
Fairytale Road, Germany
Flanders, Belgium
Galicia, Spain
German Wine Tours
Germany (Bach)
Germany (small towns)
Germany (4 big cities)
Germany's Great Cities Giverny, France
Graubunden, Switzerland
Graz, Austria
Heroes of Britain
Heroes of Europe
Holland River Cruise
Iceland 1; Iceland 2; Iceland 3
Innsbruck, Austria
Ireland Return
Ireland Tour 1; Ireland Tour 2
Ireland Vacation
Ischia Island, Italy
Kos Island, Greece
Lake Como, Italy
La Mancha, Spain
Lisbon, Portugal
Libourne, SW France
Liverpool, England
Loch Ness, Scotland
London Tea
London Tour Part 1
London Tour Part 2
London Tour Part 3
London Tour Part 4
Lorraine, France
Lucerne, Switzerland
Madrid Tapas
Mediterranean Cruise
Meuse-Argonne, France
Montagne, SW France
Montpellier, France
Moscow & St, Petersburg
Nidwalden, Switzerland
Norcia, Umbria, Italy
Normandy Beaches, France
Normandy, France
Northern Italy
North Wales Railway
Norwegian Arctic
Norwegian Fjords
Offbeat Germany
Off the Beaten Path Europe
Orvieto, Italy
Oslo, Bergen & Trondheim
Perugia, Italy
Piovene Rocchette, Italy
Pittormie Castle, Scotland
Pointe du Hoc, Normandy
Port Meirion, North Wales
Prague, Czech Republic
Provence, France
Pyla-sur-Mer, SW France
Rail Europe
Rhodes Island, Greece
Riviera di Ulisse, Italy
Rome 1; Rome 2
Rouen, France
Saint-Émilion, SW France
Salzburg, Austria
Saxony, Germany
Scotland 1; Scotland 2
Southern England
Southern France
Southern Italy
Spain (Edible Books)
Spello, Italy
Stockholm, Sweden
St. Petersburg
Sutri, Lazio, Italy
The Ritz, London
Toledo, Spain
Tuscany and Umbria
Valencia, Spain
Vatican Museums
Vicenza, Italy
Vienna 1; Vienna 2
Yaroslavl, Russia
Yorkminster, England

TravelingBoy's 3 things About Austria
...we didn't know about

What are some of the “things” or activities that Austrians do for fun?

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This installment of THREE THINGS is courtesy of Peter Katz of the Austrian Tourist Office - Travel Information of the Austrian Tourist Office.

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Richard Frisbie's travel blog/review
Basques Build the Replica 16th Century Whale Ship SAN JUAN

replica of the Basque ship San Juan under construction

I was in San Sebastian, Spain, in May to help celebrate its being named the 2016 European Capital of Culture. I ate, very very well, as San Sebastian's restaurants have the highest concentration of Michelin stars in the world, drank the excellent local wine, visited many museums and enjoyed walking the charming old city. But I have to admit that the strangest thing was to travel to the Basque region of Spain to learn the truth about North America's early exploration...

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: The Daredevil Divers of the Stari Most (Dispatch #8)

the Stari Most or Old Bridge in Mostar

The Palladian Traveler joins the masses atop an old bridge in Bosnia Herzegovina to encourage a wet-suited diver to take a "leap of faith" down into the frigid waters below.

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Fyllis Hockman's travel blog/review
Ghost Tours in St. Augustine: A Fanciful Foray into Phantom Fantasy – or Fright

writer with a dolphin at Curacao
At 450+ years, St. Augustine, Florida is America's oldest city. There's a lot to recommend a city that old – history, ancient (for the states) architecture, Spanish culture. And, of course, ghosts. A city that old has a lot of history to haunt – a lot of death and despair to permeate the landscape – and the spirits of St. Augustine are sufficient to keep a multitude of ghost tour operators very busy.

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John Clayton's travel blog/review
Searching for Scotland's Famous Loch Ness Monster!

China's Terra Cotta Warriors
As Squadron Leader Marlwood-Elton, and his co-pilot Pilot officer Slatter, walked across the runway, the cold wind bit into their clothing that was not tightly buttoned up. Dark clouds scudded menacingly overhead as they walked towards their Wellington bomber. She'd already got 14 successful bombing missions over Europe, but now R for Robert was at the RAF airbase at Lossiemouth, Scotland.

Tim Mattox's travel article
Ben Powell Digs Deep

Ben Powell

Ben Powell is anything but your typical bluesman. The native Californian is an ardent vegetarian and at one time aspired to breathe the 'big air' of a professional skateboarder. His world changed during his formative years when the Powell family packed up and moved overseas. Ben was instantly exposed to an international array of diversity and culture that afforded not only an education, but an education with global perspective.

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Ed Boitano's travel blog/review
How I Spent My Summer “State-Cation”

Laguna Beach
Each summer the Terry & Jackie Nishimoto family of Sherman Oaks, CA, load up their Volvo station wagon for a week-long vacation to one of California’s most spectacular destinations. Yosemite? The Redwoods or Joshua Tree? Wrong. The Nishimoto’s destination of choice is nestled along the Pacific Ocean, less than a two hour drive south of Los Angeles. Their home for the week is Laguna Beach – The Riviera of California.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: Inside Sarajevo's Tunnel of Hope (Dispatch #7)

Sarajevo's Tunnel of Hope

The Palladian Traveler goes underground to see firsthand the remains of a man-made passageway that singlehandedly saved Sarajevo from total annihilation during the Bosnian War.

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Richard Carroll's travel blog/review
Maui's Plantation Romance

Gerardís Restaurant, Lahaina

Gerard's Restaurant, in a classic Maui setting of soft ocean air, the scent of flowers, and the pop of a champagne cork, sets the table perfectly for an evening of pleasure. A gentle sea breeze tousles the hair of a newly-wed couple from Sweden lifting their wine glasses to a recently married couple from Boston, their passion settling across the veranda of the restaurant like a mantle of French fervor.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: My Kup Runneth Over with Kafa (Dispatch #6)

Bosnian coffee set

The Palladian Traveler goes in search of a caffeine fix and ends up savoring the absolute best cup of Bosnian java in all of Sarajevo.

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James Thomas Boitano's travel blog
The Last Place You’d Visit: A Few Days in Europe’s Least Visited Country

Chisinau panorama from the Cosmos Hotel
I’m a biased traveler. Having fallen in love with Europe on my first trip to Italy with my father as a 14 year old, it is to this continent that my travel plans always seem to lead. I return to somewhere in Europe now every May to see old friends and favorite cities. But with each trip, I have a firm goal: to fit in at least one new country every year. With 2016 being my 28th trip to Europe, I’m getting close to the bottom of my list of unvisited countries. And this brings me inevitably to Moldova.

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Ed Boitano's travel blog/review
A Return to Paradise: Oahu's Polynesian Cultural Center Revisited

Devil's Hole Pupfish
Hamana Kalili was there to greet me, his right hand extended in the gentle shaka wave of welcome. His statue stands at the entrance of the Polynesian Cultural Center on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Oahu. A descendant of Hawaiian ali'i (chiefs), Kalili (1882-1958) lost the middle, index and ring fingers of his right hand in an accident at a sugar mill. He would later wave his right hand with the middle three fingers missing, and is considered the originator of the iconic shaka.

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Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: Sarajevo's Storied Bridge to World War I (Dispatch #5)

the iconic Latin Bridge, Old Town Sarajevo

The Palladian Traveler keeps a low profile while crossing over an historic bridge until he's safely tucked inside a labyrinth of alleyways in the Stari Grad of Sarajevo.

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John Clayton's travel blog/review
China's Terra Cotta Warriors Involves Solving the World's Biggest Jigsaw Puzzle

China's Terra Cotta Warriors
Do you like jigsaw puzzles? OK, how about one that's at least several thousand years old and – are you ready for this challenge – has hundreds upon hundreds of pieces. To make it even more difficult, they're all different shapes and sizes. And guess what? There are no maps, guides or pictures on how you put it together. So, would YOU really like to do THIS jigsaw puzzle?

Tom Weber's travel blog/review
Destination Bosnia: Dinner in Sarajevo with Mrs. Safija (Dispatch #4)

bread at The 4 Rooms of Mrs. Safija, Sarajevo

A legendary and taboo love affair from the early 1900s is the hot topic around the table as The Palladian Traveler breaks bread with the intrepid "band of merry media" at one of Sarajevo's upscale restaurants.

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Greg Aragon's travel blog/review
Seaside Luxury and History at Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows

the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows

The Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows is kind of like two charming hotels in one. At times it is a modern and classy beach-front resort. And other times it can be an elegant and secluded retreat, sheltered by gardens, a 90-yr-old tower, and a giant 130-yr-old fig tree. I guess it depends on your mood, but however you look at it, the hotel makes a memorable getaway and is one of my Southern California favorites.

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James Thomas Boitano's travel blog
Iceland Looks Better in Spring

Gullfoss waterfalls, Iceland
It's a bit of an understate- ment to say that I was excited when Icelandair recently began service out of my home city of Seattle directly to the magical jewel of the North which we know as Iceland. Iceland has a je ne sais quoi that some almost intangible reasons makes it my favorite travel destination in Europe and I’d already delighted in the marvels of the island on four previous occasions.

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Skip Kaltenheuser's travel article
Amazon Off-Line: Eat this Shrub and Call Me in the Morning

fishermen on the Rio Yanacuyo

A speedboat departs the Iquitos slums, which hover over the water on stilts and rafts to accommodate mercurial high-water marks that vary 15 meters with the Andes snowmelt. Devouring Peru's Amazon for several hours, the boat slows as it enters the tributary Yanayacu that snakes through the jungle like an anaconda.

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Gary Singh's travel blog/review
Crete: Working Off the Farmer’s Tan

Chaniaís old town, Crete
For what seemed like an epoch, the author was scared to take his shirt off in public due to a noticeable farmer’s tan. He developed a paranoid fear that everyone would point at him behind his back. Since he walks quite a bit on the city streets of his hometown in Northern California, often with a short-sleeved shirt in the blazing sun, the farmer’s tan naturally developed.

Chiara's Rainbow at Monte Verita







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Happy summer from the staff at TravelingBoy

We have designated this summer as the season to give. Here are some of our favorite charities.


5 Things You Need to Know About Traveling to the U.K. Post-Brexit
Courtesy Chris Morris

It's tempting to pop across the Atlantic, but there are a few factors to consider. As investors and political leaders struggle to determine the impact of the U.K.’s decision to withdraw from the European Union, some U.S. travelers are weighing a change to their summer travel plans. The British pound has plunged against the dollar, making it more tempting to pop across the Atlantic.



The shaka hand gesture is palm forward, with the back of your hand facing you.



American Indian tribes prefer to be referred to by their tribal name, but collectively as American Indian, not Native American.



The Panama Hat is not from Panama.



Marie Antoinette introduced the croissant to the French.



The birthplace of the hamburger is Hamburg, Germany.


75th Commemoration of the Attack on Pearl Harbor – "Honoring the Past, Inspiring the Future"

The theme of Pearl Harbor's 75th Commemoration underscores the significance of the events of December 7, 1941. More than 40 events and activities throughout the commemoration, December 1 - 11, 2016, will inspire all who attend. Plan to visit now, during the commemoration dates or anytime this year to experience the shared inspiration for a future enriched by friendship and peace.


Congratulations to Traveling Boy’s Richard Carroll

He just received his eighth writing award from 2016 Society of American Travel Writers, Western Chapter, Bronze.

The Night I Almost Peed on Henry Kissinger

Tapped for the Order of the Traveling Boitanos, Skip Kaltenheuser also writes to scratch the occasional political itch. Following the White House’s Distinguished Public Service Award to Henry Kissinger, Skip thought the rest of us could do no less. Here’s his remembrance of the great man, a sort of premature appreciation, which appears in Ozy. Think of it as time travel:

Henry the K is back. Not hanging with Jill St. John, but holding hands with Hillary. A mentor. My guilt by association resurfaces, decades after I hung out with him. It’s 1980 and here I am at F. Scott’s, a hip, upper-crust bar in Georgetown with an art deco motif. Looks like Reagan will win the White House. Winds of change are coming...


Discovering The Culinary & Wellness-Based Wonders of New Zealand

Bringing you the best New Zealand has to offer for a healthier lifestyle.


The 10 Worst Airports for Summer Travel
Courtesy Laura McMullen

An estimated 231 million people will fly in the U.S. this summer. This summer is estimated to be the busiest flying season ever, according to the trade group Airlines for America, which anticipates 4% more passengers will fly than last summer.


Thailandís Intriguing Luk Thep Doll Culture
Courtesy Kenneth Bachor

"They believe if they take care of the luk thep doll, luck will come to them"

The phenomenon of Thailand’s luk thep dolls reached viral status in January 2016, when Thai Smile Airways started to allow passengers to purchase seats and meals for their realistic dolls. Luk thep, which translates to child angel, resemble American Girl, or Reborn dolls, and have become an intriguing part of Thai culture to the outside world.


Lot's of Halibut and Kings Have Arrived!

We are in the midst of a great season with everyone limiting on all intended species: Halibut, Lingcod, King Salmon & Rockfish. Check out Mike's blog reports if you have not already. It is also being written for Fish Alaska Magazine as well as for all of you.


Berlin Summer’s Culinary and Artistic Highlights

There’s always something going on in Berlin each and every day, new and old, loud and quiet, indoors and out. And summer has even more of it. Here’s a small selection:

  • Gelato Festival Berlin, 7-10 July
  • Berlin, Beats & Boats, 9 July
  • PopUpArtFestival, 16 July


Poetry is a Perfect Form to Challenge Human Rights Abuses
By Shami Chakrabarti

The former director of Liberty explains why she feels poets are able to give such powerful voice to defend against oppression.


How the 1% Pays to Skip TSA Security Lines
Courtesy Ian Salisbury

As security lines get longer, the wealthy are looking for more ways to skip the queue.


Summertime in Québec City is Heating Up with These Cool Events

Sure, Québec City has history and charm in spades, but this Canadian locale is also a happening hotspot, with oodles of amazing events all season long. Here are the three can’t-miss events in Québec City this summer, plus a few key phrases en français to practice during your trip!


Stories of a Lifetime
Sixty-Word SZEN Story by Gary Szenderski

After 50 attempts to start listening to the grind of “eeeeeeeea” it was decided to look under the hood. We tried again with all of us looking at the cold dark engine that refused to turn over and silently wishing we were still in bed, protected from the 15° temperature. Then Dad tried jiggling the wires, muttered something, and vrooooom.


Be One of the First to Experience Waikiki's Newest Luxury Resort

Be one of the first guests to experience The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach in 2016. As one of the first guests of Waikiki's newest luxury resort, you will get to enjoy stylishly-appointed accommodations, dining credit at BLT Market, complimentary third night as well as an array of resort-style amenities and services.


The Ambiguous Role of Photography in Presenting Innocence and Guilt
Courtesy Fred Ritchin

"Neither a person nor a photograph should be taken at face value; it is more complicated than that."


This Month’s Featured Destination: Philadelphia

The City of Brotherly Love, and one-time temporary nation's capital, is full of historical artifacts and features more public art than any other city in the nation. Go Philly!


Airports Council International Welcomes Hybrid Till System in India as a Significant Step Toward Meeting Future Demand for Air Travel

Airports Council International (ACI) today welcomed the India’s National Civil Aviation Policy as a significant step forward in assuring that the country takes its rightful place in aviation as a driver of economic and social development.


How to Save Money on an International Car Rental
Courtesy Mark Kahler

Don't approach an international car rental with the same assumptions you make at the domestic counters. Take a look at some tips for renting a car in another country.


This Genius Stargazing App Will Change How You See the Night Sky
Courtesy Suzanne Rowan Kelleher

Looking forward to stargazing with your kids while you're traveling this summer? The free SkyView app turns your smartphone or tablet into a brilliant guide to the night sky. It's like a telescope in your pocket, only better.


Richard Bang's Dispatches – The Quest Continues

Sharing the best in adventure travel from video, trips, giveaways, tips, news and content you won't find anywhere else.


How to Get a Cheap Upgrade on Your Next Flight

Bidding for upgrades decreases the value of elite status for frequent flyers, but it also presents opportunities for non-elites to snag an upgrade on the cheap.


Last-Minute Airfare Deals

Find the latest last-minute Web fares for flights departing from within the United States and Canada.


Worldwide Vacation Rankings

U.S. News Travel's Best Vacations rankings identify the top destinations by region and vacation type.


Operation Homefront

A national nonprofit, Operation Homefront leads more than 4,500 volunteers with nationwide presence who provide emergency and other financial assistance to the families of service members and wounded warriors.


Together in Spirit – The Best Friends Animal Society

At the core of Best Friends Animal Society'swork is the dream that one day animals will no longer be killed in America's shelters.


Dear Heather

The Elevator Ride

I have met many wonderful people while stopping at various floors in an elevator and if I had more time this week I would have told my fellow rider the following facts.


The Best Place to Find Cheap Flights

Compare prices on 400+ airlines and travel sites.


Random Acts of Canine Kindness


Cedric the Dog takes a well-earned break after organizing a protest at a Louisiana puppy mill.

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7 Frequent-Flyer Tricks Worth Learning

Master the art of earning miles, attaining elite status, and working the system to earn free flights and other perks.


Find Out if Fasting is Right for You and Experiment Responsibly

If you go more than a few hours without food, your body will think you’re starving and start holding on to as much fat as possible!”

Except, that's not true. No studies support it. In fact, there might be some benefits to taking the occasional eating break.


Traveling Boy Recipe Travel recipe of the month

Costolette di Vittelo Milanese:
Veal Chops Milan-Style

Costolette di Vittelo Milanese

My grandmother originally hailed from the hills in the province of Genova. As an Italian-American family living in Seattle, Sunday dinners at her house were blessed with a bounty of homemade regional dishes such as pesto, ravioli, focaccia, stuffed zucchini, and so much more. My step-grandfather was born in the region of Lombardia. To please him (and us), she often times would serve local dishes from his region that would include risotto, Osso Buco, and, above all, Costolette di Vittelo Milanese.

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Maracaibo, Venezuela
Amazon Adventure
Amazon Jungle
Costa Rica Cloud Forest
Peru 1; Peru 2
Peru's Amazon

Camiguin Island, Philippines
Caramoan, Philippines
China Photos
Corregidor Island
Emirates Airlines
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Iligan City, Philippines
Japan 1; Japan 2
Jalalabad, Afghanistan
Jalalabad Photos
Kabul, Afghanistan
Kabul Photos 1; Kabul Photos 2
Krabi, Thailand 1; Krabi, Thailand 2
Langkawi, Malaysia
Mumbai, India
Petra, Jordan
Philippine Dolphins
Qufu, China
Taj Mahal, India
Terra Cotta Warriors, China
Thailand 1; Thailand 2
Yangtze River, China

Namibia 1; Namibia 2; Namibia 3
Uganda 1; Uganda 2; Uganda 3

Aitutaki, Cook Islands
Indian Pacific Railway
Marquesa Islands
New South Wales, Australia
New Zealand
Stewart Island, New Zealand
Tahiti; Tahiti Photos

Antarctica Slideshow

Azamara Cruises
Azamara Baltic Sea Cruise
Allure of the Seas
Carnival Paradise Cruise
Oasis of the Seas;
River Cruise
SS Lane Victory
Three Value Cruises

4 Historic Hotels
Aviation Legend: The B17
Favorite Travel Photos
Feasting on Bugs and Grubs
Great Escape
Interesting Travel Photos: Questions
Interesting Travel Photos: Answers
Islands Part 1; Islands Part 2
Islands Part 3; Islands Part 4
Learning English
Queen Mary
River Cruise vs. Ocean Cruise
Spirits of the World
Soft Adventures
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Traveling Blues Features (partial list) – blues aficionado Tim Mattox writes about the blues:
Honeyboy Edwards
John Hammond
Field Hollers
Eddie Vinson
Willie Dixon
Mark Hummel & the Blues Survivors
John Mayall
Lowell George (Little Feat)
BB King
Johnny Winter
Joe Bonamassa
Preston Smith
Rory Block
Mick Taylor
Dennis Jones
Rod Piazza
Buddy Guy
Pinetop Perkins
The Blues & Lives Well-Lived
Promise of the Real/Lukas Nelson
Jimmy Carl Black
Stephen Stills
Otis Rush
Little Walter
Johnny Otis
Kinsey, Perkins & Sumlin
Charlie Musselwhite
Phil Gates
JW Jones
Billy Watson
Kim Simmonds (Savoy Brown)
'Iceman' Albert Collins
Lightnin' Malcolm
Nathan James
The 44's
Anthony Gomes

Travel Humor (partial list) – a collection of jokes (with bits of travel adventures) from graphics artist Raoul Pascual:
Can You Get Married in Heaven?
3 Men, 3 Women and 3 Bears
Dangerous Snake
The Truth About Reindeer
Health Warning
Do You Want to be a Mermaid or a Whale?
Irish Jokes
Outback Half-Wit
Irish Millionaire
Laundry Man
Moses and the Red Sea
Two Norwegians
How the War Between Ireland and France was Averted
Jewish Haikus
Italian Profiling
The Middle Wife
Welsh Holiday
Alberta Snow
Complete and Finished
Alzheimer's Test
Fairy Tale
Agricultural Inspector
News from Libya
Chinese Food
Baby Polar Bear
Spanish Delicacy
Mexican Jews
British Humor
A Chicken Walks Into a Bar
First Child
Irish Babes
Italian Golfer
Sleeping With Bob
The Crows of Massachusetts
Snow Parking
Hamburg Visits Los Angeles CA
Airplane Water Landing
Team Effort
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