The week of sailing on AmaCerto, one of the beautiful river cruise ships in AmaWaterways fleet, was like a crescendo. Every day somehow topped the day before. It was Saturday, next to the last full day of cruising, when the ship docked next to Kinderdijk, a UNESCO World Heritage site and the largest concentration of old windmills in the Netherlands.
Ella is an active, happy, playful almost two-year-old, and she knows when it’s time to go to the grocery store, playground or church, she’ll be securely fastened into her car seat before her mom puts the car in gear. Ella has responsible caregivers who provide her with a safety-approved car seat that is properly installed. Proper Installation According to the
I stood at the door of a jail cell, smiling for the camera. “Oh, and you’ll want to sit in the barber chair,” Carrie Cottrill, co-owner and manager of the Woodbury Shoppe says. “It’s the actual one where Andria dies.” I am in The Walking Dead heaven. Well actually I am in the basement museum of the all-things-TWD gift shop
I love road trips and knew I was going to love this one when I picked up my car, a 2015 Mazda CX-5 courtesy STI – The Drive Experience Company, at the Jacksonville, Florida International Airport and headed north. The car, with all its bells and whistles, handled beautifully as I drove north on I-95 toward my first stop —
Since 1961, when noted diver and nature lover Jacques-Ives Cousteau filmed a television documentary off the coast of Mexico, Cozumel has grown into a world-class tourist mecca and one of the top five dive destinations in the world. Even if you are not a diver or snorkeler, there’s plenty to do on the island; exploring Mayan ruins, visiting animal sanctuaries
As I left the hotel in Winnipeg I was outfitted in all my brand new cold-weather gear headed for the airport and a two hour flight to the remote village of Churchill. I prayed my preparation for facing the sub-zero temperatures and brutal winds off the Hudson Bay would be enough to keep me warm as I trudged
Over the past few weeks I have shared photos of the many animals I was able to photograph while on safari in Kenya.This week I’d like to share pictures of the camps where I stayed. From the employees and restaurants to the gorgeous “tents” and serene settings, my time in Kenya was like a dream come true! Santuary Olonana Members
Packing can be one of the most stressful aspects of travel. Business or pleasure, we’re checking our itineraries, the weather, matching shoes with outfits, figuring out what outerwear to take and, for many of us, inevitably over packing. I am an over packer. Not by a lot, but I always take along a few items I never use or need;