Travel Website of the Week: Boatbound

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A few weeks back as our Travel App of the Week we featured DogVacay, a peer-to-peer service for pet owners and sitters. This week, we continue the peer-to-peer trend as we highlight Boatbound, the first fully insured pier-to-pier (get it?!) boat rental marketplace in the world. Their mission, as they put it, is to “spread the Ahoy! […]

Wales: Part One of the Mini Welsh Challenge

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Wales is a country full of serene landscapes, majestic castles, magical quiet, exhilarating adventure, and yes, lots and lots of sheep. A country with more sheep than people (literally 10 million sheep and 3 million people), it offers an escape to a land where time fades, boundaries are broken, and laughs are abundant. This was […]

Whidbey and Camano Islands

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By Margot Black: For the ultimate reasonably-priced family getaway, without having to travel too far, head to the delightful Whidbey and Camano Islands, located just 25 miles north of Seattle in Washington State. Billed as ‘the shortest distance to far away’ these wonderful islands are just 15 minutes by ferry from the mainland yet offer […]

Greek Ports Of Call

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Yahsu from Athens! We’re finishing up with our incredible seven-day Aegean cruise on Seabourn’s newest ship, The Odyssey (if you missed it, here’s the first part of the story). This unforgettable trip began touring around Istanbul (and here’s that story) and last week, we visited some of Turkey’s most famous ports including Kusadasi (to see […]

The RIU Palace In Cabo San Lucas

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By: Tom Calicchio Before leaving on my trip to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico, I was a little uneasy about staying at an all-inclusive hotel because this was both my first time to Cabo and my first time at an all-inclusive. I was concerned about quality and what I was going to have to pay […]