Z is for Zambia (A-Z Blogging Challenge)

Zambia A-Z Challenge

A Great Place to Start Your African Adventure I’ve been having a great time strolling down memory lane this past month. The A-Z Blogging Challenge has let me relive some awesome travel experiences and share them with all of you. […]

Y is for Yosemite – (A to Z Blogging Challenge)

Yosemite A-Z Challenge

Natural life and Beauty in Yosemite National Park Last summer we finally went somewhere we’ve been trying to get to for more than 20 years, Yosemite National Park in California. We had a fantastic time mixing family reunion time with […]

X is for Xian (A-Z Blogging Challenge)

Xian A-Z Challenge

Mixing It Up With Locals and Clay Soldiers As iconic and exotic as Egypt, every child in America learns a little about Chinese history; it was one of those places that I just could not wait to get to.  The Great […]

U is for UAE (A-Z Blogging Challenge)

UAE from A to Z Challenge

Four-wheeling and desert parties! Flying Emirates Air for the first time to Egypt, we had the opportunity to stop over in the UAE for a couple of days.  I love a stopover and nowadays try to fit them into my […]

T is for Thailand (A-Z Blogging Challenge)

thailand a-z challenge

Exotic temples, street markets, tuk tuks,  other than Japan where I was living at the time, Thailand was my first independent travel in Asia.  It should be everyone’s first in my opinion.  Easy, friendly, and cheap, it’s everything that signifies […]

S is for Sweden (A-Z Blogging Challenge)

S is for Sweden

When in Sweden…Eat Swedish Meatballs! On a recent trip to Göteborg (or Gothenburg), Sweden, we had a pleasant morning wandering around the old city blocks, watching people and just enjoying the day. However, since this day was in January, the cool, sunny late […]

Q is for Qatar (A-Z Blogging Challenge)

Q is Qatar

Qatari Camels! Yay!  A country that starts with Q…you gotta love that! Qatar.  I’m not even sure how you really pronounce it.  When American troops were stationed there (shout out to my sister, Gwen), I kept hearing it called “Cutter.”  […]

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