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Hole In The Donut Cultural Travel

Not long after I crawled out of bed this morning there was a knock at the door. The mailman needed a signature on a certified, insured package. “I hope it’s my...

For the past two days I have been in Cincinnati, attending the first annual Writer’s Digest University Editors Intensive Event. For those of you who don’t know, Writer’s Digest is the...

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...

Give me a Mom and Pop motel over one of the ubiquitous chain motels any day! They are often dated to the point of being dilapidated and offer only the most...

Since my friends Bill and Angie Rapant, owners of the Cape Pines Motel on the Outer Banks, were good enough to take me in when I was essentially ‘homeless,’ I decided...

I’ve learned the hard way never to keep all my money in one place when traveling, not even when I have access to an in-room safe. On more than one occasion,...