Saving on extended travel – Car and Vancamping

Many international destinations like Iceland, Australia and the United States are better enjoyed if you drive around, programs like fly-drive include car rental for several days to follow some recommended circuits. Some travelers stay in hotels, others camp, others sleep in the cars at times (officially not allowed) and others rent RVs, which can get pricey. Here in the States

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Argentinian Grill experiences in the U.S.

Argentina is famous for many things, one of them being the quality and variety of their grilled meats. This vast country has huge extensions of flatland (called Pampa) ideal for sheep and cattle grazing at small haciendas and large industrial facilities. Eating at an Argentinian Parrilla is one of the “must do” when traveling to Argentina or any of their

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Pride and Acceptance

Traveling opens your mind and heart. What the Special Needs and the LGBT community have in common ? Well, funny how you learn in life’s journey. I consider myself open minded, even for someone born “a while back” in a catholic, conservative society in South America.  I’ve been observing the LGBT community dynamics from a distance, as an interesting sociology

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Miss. Makita and the Man Show

I attended the first version of the two day show called the “Man Expo” held at the beautiful Daytona Beach Convention Center. The free to attend expo, is an interesting concept, well timed for Father’s Day where attendees could browse and learn more from motorcycle, boat and new car dealer companies, among other guy’s pastimes. There were beer tastings, scheduled

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