Utah: Deer Valley, the Beverly Hills of Park City

May 20th, 2013

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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

Do you get our Newsletter twice a month? Sign up by clicking HERE. It was hard to leave Nepal after our wonderful two months there. We enjoyed the trekking in the mountains, the beauty of the Lakes, the wondrous animals in Chitwan, the ancient cities around Kathmandu and speaking at the Nepal Tourism Board for … Continued

WATCH: 14 Hsipaw Little Bagan Myanmar (Burma)  Wandering around Hsipaw and out to Little Bagan, we saw rice fields, water buffalo and smiling friendly faces. I enjoyed the dirt track and seeing the stupas. Many children said, “Mingla-ba” or Hello to us. Being in the monastery where the young monks were chanting and studying was … Continued

The second We Said Go Travel Writing Contest will have the theme of “Independence: A Place that Makes You Feel Free.” When I think of freedom and bravery, the person that foremost comes to mind is my late father, Peter Rajna. Born on May 11th,we honor and remember him by commencing the contest on his … Continued

Marian Keyes writes incredible novels often set in Dublin, Ireland  and  The Brightest Star in the Sky: A Novel was no exception. She describes this novel: “Like all my books The Brightest Star in the Sky is a comedy about something very serious, but it’s got a lovely uplifting feel to it. I suppose I … 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