Parenting: Traveling Problems with Children


For most adults, vacation traveling is a change of pace, scenery, and routine when cares of home are abandoned for the free and easy life. For many preschoolers, however, traveling is anything but vacation. Young ones thrive on the sense of security offered by familiar toys, beds, and foods, so …

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Time Travel in the Movies


Why Hollywood Can’t Get it Right I am a science fiction fan. I have been one for as long as I can remember. I have read tons of science fiction books from famous authors such as Ray Bradbury and George Orwell to authors whose names I will likely never recall. …

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Travel Diary : Rishikesh


Rishikesh is situated at the foothills of the Shivalik Ranges of the mighty Himalayas. The river Ganges that touches the plains for the very first time here splits the pilgrim town in to two parts. The Beatles 1968 trek to India to seek out the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, with Mia …

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Travel Tips: What to Bring


Being a traveler from South East Asia (SEA) where you do not experience things like the four seasons and where it is hot and humid all year round, there are some special necessities you would want to consider, especially when deciding to go abroad to a wintery country. This guide …

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Road Trip Tips for Solo Travelers


When we think of road trips, we usually think of more than one person, or a couple, having the time of their lives exploring the beautiful scenery while engaging in fun conversations and sing-a-longs. It sounds like it would be more fun, and easy on the driving if you were …

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Insiders Travel Guide to Washington, D.C


Budget Friendly Travel Tips and Itineraries for Washington, D.C I have enjoyed living in and around the Washington, D.C. area my entire life. As a budget conscious single mom, I wanted to share some of my favorite free or nearly free itineraries to help you plan your next trip to …

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