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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...
Natur-Med Health Spa, Kusadasi Turkey
Mineral spring pools, forest walk, yoga, pilates, health coaching, ozone therapy, vitamin&mineral therapy, massage, Turkish Bath, fresh green and detox juices, a healthy diet of vegetables. Natur-Med Rejuvenation Program will help to freshen, cleanse and set up your body and mind. more...

Tokyo Guided Tour
Tokyo full day tour of six most popular destinations: Meiji Shrine, Tokyo Metro Government Observatory, Ueno Park, Asakusa District, Imperial Palace and Ginza. I'm a customer-centered tour guide with a good knowledge of Japan. more...
The Holiday Place
Cuba holidays are so much more than you can possibly imagine. We really know Cuba inside out; choose from historical tours, spectacular city breaks or relaxing beach escapes for the whole family. Come and discover Cuba with us, we are the true Cuba experts! more...

Mt. Kilimanjaro Group Trek
Possibly the most scenic route to the summit, Machame boasts different paths to the summit and back. Emerge onto high alpine deserts with amazing views of ice fields, all en route to Uhuru, peak of... more...
2 Day small group Marrakech desert trips
2 day desert trip from Marrakech. Inc Camel treks, 1 night in a Berber desert camp, air conditioned vehicle from only 54.50 Euro per person. suitable for solo travellers. more...
Virginia: Living History Museums
Brushing up on this country’s history is a snap when you step into the past at one of its many “living history” museums. Virginia is home to a plethora, and with careful planning you can easily fit the best into a week-long family vacation. If you’re coming from outside the area, consider extending your trip... more...
Big Island, Hawaii: Kona Coffee Country
When you finally tire of lazing on a perfect beach on the enchanting Big Island, doing nothing more than gazing out at the horizon or, if particularly energetic, perhaps reading a bit of this or that, perk up with a leisurely drive into the scenic Kona coffee country along the old Mamalahoa Highway-sometimes... more...

Portmeirion, Wales: Pretty Gardens, Pottery, And The Prisoner
It’s not often you find a retreat where many diverse interests can all be satisfied on site. But the fantasy Italianate village of Portmeirion is one. Located in a remote corner of northern Wales on Cardigan Bay in the Irish Sea, it is about a five-hour drive or four-hour train ride from central London. more...
Bangkok: Massage At The Temple
I am flat on my back in a Buddhist temple in Bangkok, Thailand. My body is just one of many on a sea of cots that resembles the operating ward in "M*A*S*H." My masseuse, who speaks no English, straddles my leg, pressing hard on my inner thigh. Though I speak no Thai, she has no trouble understanding my groan. more...

Everything's coming up Tulips
Picture if you can 7 million tulips, narcissi, hyacinths, and other bulbs blooming in unison under the mature canopy of 18th-century beech trees. That is what visitors see at Keukenhof Gardens, located in Lisse about an hour outside of Amsterdam. Once the kitchen garden for a countess, it now is billed as the greatest... more...
The Road from Thatorn to Mae Salong
If you think you've been there and done that 10 times, here's a little something that might make you feel like a real adventurer and get a better feeling for the locals. It is the road from Thatorn to the village of Mae Salong or Chiangrai. The route is about 42 kilometers to Mae Salong or 92 kilometers to Chiangrai... more...

At Home In Portugal
Portugal will always hold a special place in my heart as my first European destination over 30 years ago. With my base in Lisbon, I traveled the west coast from Oporto to Faro in the Algarve, drinking in the splendor of this extraordinarily beautiful country.Memories of the small fishing villages of Cascais... more...
The Red Garden
There is a valley near the base of Pikes Peak known since the mid-19th century as the Garden of the Gods. It is a garden not of flowers, but of rock - of kissing camels and stone toadstools and mammoth sandstone walls tilted upward toward the Colorado sky. Travel-writer Ernest Ingersoll once called this garden... more...