The Family Friendly Mississippi Gulf Coast – Don’t Miss Out!

June 9th, 2013

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Family travel can be a difficult one to get right. Will there be enough activities for the kids or will you be facing a mutiny half way through the vacation? Well , one location tried and trusted is the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Made up of the three counties of Hancock, Harrison and Jackson, it is … Continued

Meet Author, Tiffany Hawk, tonight, June 7 at 7pm at Book Soup in Los Angeles. In Tiffany Hawk’s novel, Love Me Anyway: A Novel, Emily and KC seek new lives flying towards their unrealized dreams. Approaching their new job as United Airlines flight attendants from different runways, Emily explains, “For KC, picking up and heading … Continued

We Said Go Travel was named a Top 1% Influencer in Travel in May 2013! Thanks Kred! What is Kred? “Kred, created by social analytics leader PeopleBrowsr, measures influence in online communities connected by interests. Kred celebrates the personal influence and generosity at the heart of human relationships-tight groups of friends and subject matter experts. Kred … Continued

Thank you to Park City Vacation Rentals for inviting me to write about my memories of Park City Past! My first visit to Deer Valley stands out in my memory; everything was hunter green and gleaming gold. It was like leaving Sherman Oaks and traveling to Beverly Hills, all the cars and people and outfits just seemed … Continued

Presented to Lisa Niver Rajna and George Rajna of We Said Go Travel: City of Los Angeles Certificate of Appreciation: On Behalf of the Citizens of Council District Eleven this certificate is presented to you for your ongoing commitment and dedication to provide community and leadership in Los Angeles. Your efforts help to build connections … Continued

Three Generations Abroad – Part 1 As soon as I agree to send my daughter on her school trip to Israel, I know that this is an opportunity for a unique experience for my family.  My mother and I decide to join my daughter and her class in Israel.  From the first steps in Israel, … Continued

I did not realize when I picked Penn (after being admitted early decision in December 1984), that class would still be in session in 2013 while traveling on a local bus in Nepal! During this trip, I read Contagious: Why Things Catch On because as a traveler, teacher, and writer it sounded extremely compelling. I too … Continued

Book Review: The Mystic Fool By Andy Hill Ian, the main character, is the quintessential twenty-something adrift in Asia consuming drugs, drink and tattoos. Slowly his spiritual side is shown starting with his knowledge of being in “Saturn Return when Saturn come back to the same place relative to Earth when you were born roughly the ages … Continued

Thank you to Richard Bangs, the Judge for our Inspiration Travel Writing Contest. YOU can decide the WINNER of our VAGABONDS CHOICE AWARD– Click here to VOTE now! And GET READY for our Independence Writing Contest with BIGGER Cash PRIZES starting May 11! At first coffee on the morning of September 11, 2001 I was in … Continued