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Posted on Dec 24, 2015 |

The Non-Christmas Revelations of an Un-Traveler- Nomadic Family World Travel at Home

The Non-Christmas Revelations of an Un-Traveler- Nomadic Family World Travel at Home

I’ve ceremoniously peeled off my sweat-drenched clothing four or five times now knowing that this time, this hot shower, this night I am shedding away this sleepless, achy dread and it’s over. It is now time to return to sunshine and energy, exercise and productivity, joyful motherhood and aliveness, living a passion-filled life and being an active creator of a meaningful daily existence, and yet again, no. No. It’s apparently not that time yet for I’m still here learning all that I am meant to from not-healing, not-doing, not-sleeping, not, not, not. I am learning from my ego bowing to What Is, from The Four Agreements that all my long list of those-who-hurt-me is not meant to be taken personally and that I can release them from my soul (one at a beautiful time). As a temporarily single mom (Kobi is healing in India for two months) I’m learning that my kids are amazing and still I am the designated responsible adult that needs to buy groceries and drive...

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Posted on Oct 13, 2015 |

Starting Your Holiday with Vanuatu Holiday Deals

Starting Your Holiday with Vanuatu Holiday Deals

An Oceanian island nation east of northern Australia, Vanuatu boasts of breath-taking natural wonders and solid culture that persisted despite Western infiltration. Indeed, there are numerous places to see in Vanuatu that no place else can quite imitate. It’s a tourist haven that is sure to entice your wandering spirit. First, however, let us give you some helpful tips on how to make the most of your enchanting visit there. After that, you can pack your bags and start your holiday with Vanuatu holiday deals. Visit the Vila Market – Whether you’re looking for the perfect souvenir or just a brand new place to experience a different kind of dining, Vila Market should be your top pick! Prices are rock bottom and no one pesters you to buy anything. Nivan ladies would be happy to cook your fish coated with herbs and served to you with rice, or prepare your “lap lap” for you as you watched. Make your way to Mt. Marum – But only if you are...

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Posted on Sep 16, 2015 |

Falling in Love With Finland- Lifetime Lovers of Lapland-Part One

Falling in Love With Finland- Lifetime Lovers of Lapland-Part One

We never know when we’re heading somewhere just how it will be. Usually, if it involves flights way-out-of-the-way-especially-to-this-one-spot or ships (which we are really loving lately!), taxis, rental cars and a lot of moving, in advance, we kind of sigh and know that we’ll have to get through the economic toll and the physical and emotional hardships of transition. (We’re still not, and I don’t think we’ll ever be, smooth-sailors of the transition part). As travel bloggers hoping to get some media passes in Finland, we grew discouraged as the days drew nearer and nearer. We weren’t getting the response we had hoped for and just sighed again and got ready to experience Lapland like normal, everyday traveling family vacationers do. And then, and then, and then, the stars aligned, the fairies danced, the winds conspired and it all just appeared like magic from the benevolent wand of Salla at the Rovaniemi Tourist Board. As our Lapland, Finland time loomed near, we got excited. We hoped it would justify all...

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Posted on Sep 9, 2015 |

Family Travel in Copenhagen – Enjoy Cultural Festivals

Family Travel in Copenhagen – Enjoy Cultural Festivals

Copenhagen is the big gem of Denmark perched on the coastal islands of Zealand and Amager. Being a coastal city, it has numerous beautiful water features right in the city itself.  Copenhagen city break can include sites such as the Little Mermaid, which is among the biggest tourist attractor in Copenhagen; Tivoli Gardens, which is an amusement park geared towards people of all age; and Copenhagen’s Zoo, which houses a variety of animals including lions, elephants, hippos, and polar bears.  The city hosts cultural festivals throughout the year which make it a great destination for a wonderful family holiday where everyone will leave with unforgettable experiences. Culture Night  On Culture Night, Copenhagen opens its door to tourists completely, giving them a special glimpse into places they normally don’t have access to. You get to see special parts of museums, old churches, wonderful art galleries, and government buildings. But it is not all about building-visiting. There are various activities which the entire family is bound to enjoy. To be granted access,...

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Posted on Jul 27, 2015 |

Our First Family Travel Cruise Ever!  Sail the Baltic Sea with Tallink Silja

Our First Family Travel Cruise Ever! Sail the Baltic Sea with Tallink Silja

We are feeling so very international and swave now, now that we’ve experienced our first cruise. We just went on a 20-hour Stockholm, Sweden to Riga, Latvia Tallink Silja International Cruise! You see, we’ve been perpetually barefoot, and done the liquified homelessness thing, and we even, even, even did the I Hate This Home, and That One and This One, but always, always, always we dreamed of a cruise ship. And then, and then, we still want our cruises dream. I’ve told you about it, right? I want to spend 6 months of a rtw cruise ship teaching spirituality classes and meditation as part of the entertainment staff. The kids say they are dying to do it, but who knows if 6 months will not sound so hot after a week? I don’t think you can get off the ship once you sign a contract. At any rate, we’re dreaming of an Alaskan cruise, or one off of Chile, no, no, we want cold, anywhere where we can experience...

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