Travel Tips

Travel Tips for People with Disabilities

April 6, 2016

This is a guest post by Rebecca Moore.  Do you dream of a life filled with travel and adventure? Many people do, but most don’t pursue that goal for various reasons: kids, jobs, money, and the like. If you have a disability, you might be tempted to close the curtain on your dream of exploring […]

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Good News For U.S. Citizens Visiting Argentina

March 29, 2016

The Andes. Malbac wines. Incredible steaks. Hospitable people. Fine leather goods. Empanadas.  These are just a few reasons we’ve found Argentina a wonderful country to visit. Now there is another good reason to plan your trip to Argentina. U.S. citizens are not required to obtain a visa to visit Argentina for tourist stays of 90 days or […]

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Favorite Podcasts to Listen to While Flying or Exercising

October 23, 2015

Do you listen to podcasts? One third of Americans ages 12 and older have listened to at least one podcast, according to the Pew Research Center. I was late to join the party, resisting podcasts for years. When one of my favorite authors, Gretchen Rubin, started the Happier podcast with her sister Elizabeth Craft earlier this year, […]

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Packing Advice for a First Cruise (to the Caribbean)

October 19, 2015

A first-time cruiser named Morgan asked for our advice as to what to pack for her 7-Day Caribbean cruise. Here is Mr. Jones’ packing checklist as we are heading out the door for a cruise or any kind of trip anywhere in the world: “Got your passport?” “Got your credit cards?” If my answer is “yes” […]

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