Camels in the Courtyard and other articles around town

Camels in the Courtyard and other articles around town

Hello from Lisa! I wanted to share some articles I have published recently on other sites. Read Breaking Stalin’s Nose, a great book for students about culture and standing up for what you believe in by Russian Jewish author, Eugene Yelchin and my first article in PRINT for the Jewish Journal. Science and Brain Research: … Continued

Australia: 5 Tips for Sydney Travellers

We asked Tara Blair to share her top 5 tips for Sydney! Tara writes for a number of leading websites and online news sources covering business, finance, her holiday experiences and other topics that are close to her heart. Enjoy her tips! 5 Tips for Sydney Travellers Sydney is located on the central coast of … Continued

Solar Eclipse May 20, 2012: Ring of Fire

An annular solar eclipse can be seen this weekend on Sunday, May 20, 2012. CAUTION– Do not look directly at a solar eclipse without a proper filter! Annular eclipses can be dangerous to your eyes. Because the solar eclipse will block out most of the sun, a spectacular “ring of fire”  will be seen in … Continued

Friends from the Road

People always ask us,  “How do you know where to go?” And they want to know, “How can you find a place to stay?” When George and I left for our year trip, having booked only two nights of hotel accommodation and one additional flight, my major concern was that we would end up sleeping … Continued

Hiking Westridge Trail in Los Angeles, California. May 5, 2012

Today, May 5, 2012, on Westridge Hiking Trail in Los Angeles, California we saw three helicopters circling.  A mountain bike rider fell and had a broken clavicle. We saw the helicopter air lift him out. We hope he will be okay. Other highlights from the trail today: Talking with Trisha the ultra runner about BadWater 135mile … Continued

Uluru: One to Remember

I want to go to this mystical destination of Uluru. This article was sent to us from the Southern Hemisphere; written by Nicola Harvey, a traveler and mom of two boys.   Some holidays are jaw-dropping, leaving an imprint for life, with the tiniest memory taking you back to the place that made you stand … Continued

Newsletter #1: did you get it?

Hello! Did you get our BRAND NEW newsletter today? If not, please sign up!! We will send it twice a month: figure out where we are, which articles you missed and have it delivered directly to  your email INBOX!  Click here to sign up! We Said Go Travel News (Issue #1: May 1, 2012) We … Continued

Do you have to have cash?

In The End of Money and the Future of Civilization, Thomas H. Greco states: Money is such a basic feature of our everyday lives that a world without it almost inconceivable. It is a thing as necessary as air, water, food—because, in a developed economy, it is by the process of exchange that we acquire … Continued

Vanuatu: An Interesting Planet

I have not always been very interested in Earth Science or Volcanoes. I distinctly remember Seventh Grade Earth Science being incredibly dry. I think I could have fallen asleep but I was too much a goody-goody to actually close my eyes in class. During my seven years at sea, it came as a real surprise … Continued

We Said Go Travel

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