Why I Like to “Travel Light”

You have probably read in other online posts or newsletters some of the benefits of traveling “light.” My wife and I had an experience yesterday that reinforced that concept—a very pleasurable experience. Some “travel light” proponents use fear of losing your luggage as a key motivating factor. With my 1.5 Million PAID flight miles on […]

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My First Viking Cruise

To be a little more specific, it was my first Viking Ocean cruise. We were on a Viking River cruise in April out of Bordeaux, France, that was thoroughly delightful. This ocean cruise was on the Viking Sea, and I was one of the guest speakers on their iconic Viking Homelands cruise from Bergen, Norway, […]

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A Month in France!

Parlez-vous bien Français? Unfortunately, I do NOT speak French very well. I had the best of intentions to really work on it during the Winter when outside activities are very limited here in Idaho (unless you are snow skiing, which my body gave up on many years ago). That hasn’t stopped me before to go […]

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My New RFID Blocking Travel Wallet

Providing the Safety I Want When Traveling Safety is very important to me when I travel, and I’m sure it is important to you as well. Besides being concerned about our personal safety, these days we also have to be aware of the potential theft of information. One of the ways this has occurred is […]

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Top Ten Travel Tips

The title of this post isn’t alliterative on purpose; the words just make sense. I’m often asked about tips on travel, and so I thought I’d share my favorite travel tips with you. Pack light. The less you stuff into your suitcase might allow you to avoid those checked baggage fees. Plus if you really […]

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