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Freewheeling Adventures
Bicycle, walk, or sea-kayak, privately or with small groups. Guided, self-guided, and customized options. Bike the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia. Walk the Amalfi coast. Do both in Iceland! Add to your bucket list! more...
Marbella Beach Villa Rentals
Beachfront villas in Marbella, Spain are highly sought after not only because of their luxury but for their convenience also. When you are staying in one of our beachfront villas you won't have to pack up the car with everything you might possibly need for a day... more...

2015 Grand Tour of Japan - Departure from Osaka
You will be surprised by how many of sights we have managed to fit into one tour: Giant Buddha, Mt.Fuji, Green Tea Ceremony, Bullet Train Ride, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Do-go and Tokyo. more...
23 Days Europe Rail Circle Tour
On our Eight Countries Rail Circle Tour from/to London Heathrow Airport, you will visit London, Paris, Berlin, Munich, Cologne, Vienna, Salzburg, Prague, Budapest, Bratislava, Brussels, Bruges. more...

Isles of Arran, Islay & Jura luxury hiking tour
8-day luxury hiking trip to Arran in the Firth of Clyde, and to Islay and Jura, the most southerly islands of the Inner Hebrides. Accommodation in small 4-star country house hotels. more...
Peru Vacation Travel 22 Days
Unique, escorted tours visiting Lima - Paracas - Nazca - Arequipa Colca Valley Colca Canyon - Lake Titicaca Puno - Cusco Machupicchu Sacred Valley. Services start with airport pickup in Lima. more...
Lasting Impressions
A private visit to the Australian Outback with André Vogel of Colonial Pacific. There was a shout of surprised excitement as my four guests looked down from the twin engined Piper Navajo to the dusty little airstrip below. I had been pointing out the homestead of the Australian Outback cattle station... more...
Bicycling on the "Enchanted" Island of Gotland
I invite you to come bicycling on the Swedish island of Gotland! The island is also referred to as " the Pearl of the Baltic Sea" and is, in my mind truly, a magical place. It is the ideal place to explore by bicycle and has long been a bicycle paradise for Scandinavians. Gotland is 75 miles long by 35 miles... more...

Sailing in the Greek isles... or Turkey’s Turquoise Coast?
"Sailing the Greek isles..." - a phrase packed with romance and imagery. But Greece has been facing some stiff competition these past few years from next door neighbor Turkey - a relative newbie to tourism. They are so close together, and yet so radically different - which would you pick, if you’re considering sailing... more...
Lord of the Flies
I had a haunting sensation I had met the lanky guy behind the cash register before. He looked like he had been hit by a car and dragged a hundred yards. He had scabs on his elbows. He had scabs on his knees. He had scabs on his fingertips. He had scabs on his knuckles. He had scabs on his face. His nose looked... more...

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Machu Picchu
A group of red-faced, perspiring Americans are working their way up a steep stone path into the nooks of a 550-year-old Inca settlement about 20 miles outside of Cuzco. Looking down on the Urubamba River, a silver ribbon winding 1.500 feet below, they have reason to wheeze. And their unruffled tour guide... more...
Alps Beneath Your Bike
The speedo was nudging 180 and still they flashed past. Up to 190 and the overtaking slowed, but they were still pulling away from us in the outside lane. Determined not to be outdone I pulled into the left lane and latched on to the tail of one of these missiles and poured on some coals. A white BMW 525i and our metallic... more...

Something for Everyone in Island Paradise
Looking for a good night's sleep? Instead of buying that new mattress you've been thinking about, perhaps you should instead sock the money into a vacation at the deluxe Cambridge Beaches resort in Bermuda. You'll fall asleep to the song of singing frogs, awaken to a cheery call of "Room service"... more...
Malta: Ancient Home to Goddesses and Fertility Cults
Nowhere on earth did a Goddess ever reign as she did in Malta. Architect Richard England explains the Maltese temples themselves as the personification of the Earth Mother, with floor plans which echo abundant maternal curves. One can easily imagine the concept of entering the "womb" of the temple for communion... more...