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Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel

The snow has finally stopped here in Illinois and the temperatures have finally climbed above zero; it’s now 12 degrees and expected to climb all the way to 28. The sun...

Whether staying in a tent in a National Park or sleeping in a bunk in a shared dormitory, traveling on a budget can be incredibly rewarding

I have always enjoyed roughing it, whether I was in a tent in a National Park or some remote location half a world away where my sleeping accommodations consisted of a...

Just a quick note of thanks here. My blog placed seventh in the travel category at Divine Caroline, due in large part to all the wonderful readers who voted for me....

Ancient Chinese philosophy teaches that forces seemingly in opposition to one another are inextricably bound together. The Chinese refer to this concept as the Yin and Yang of life, which is...

Some years ago, Japanese scientist Dr. Masaru Emoto discovered that crystals formed in frozen water revealed changes when specific thoughts were directed toward them. He found that water from clear springs...

I must have been able to stand cold weather at some point in my life, because I have memories of shoveling snow as a child in Chicago and of digging out...