Los Angeles: The Mystic Fool Needs Bloodline Healing

Los Angeles: The Mystic Fool Needs Bloodline Healing

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

How to Cure Vermont Deficit Disorder

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

Travel: Best Trip Ever with My Mom

My Best Trip Ever with My Mom After traveling to six continents and joining the Traveler’s Century Club for those who have been to over one hundred countries, I am often asked, “Where is your favorite place?” We recently hosted a travel writing contest on WeSaidGoTravel.com with over sixty writers sharing, “Inspiration-A Place You Love.” … Continued

Planning a National Park Vacation with Kids

Many of my family’s best vacation memories have been made in the National Parks. Exploring the rugged terrain of Badlands National Park, scampering over giant boulders in Yellowstone, and spotting wildlife in Denali rank near the top of our experiences. A National Parks vacation can be truly rewarding, especially with some advance planning. I think … Continued

Florida: Island of Dreams

 This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Martin Wigert from America. Thanks for your entry Martin! Is waking up with the sun rising to greet you and little to do other than consume some calories something appealing to you?  Does standing on a dock in shorts with your … Continued

NOLA Rising!

This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Lyna Chon from the America. Thanks for your entry Lyna! Stepping out of the airport doors into the thick summer air of New Orleans, I felt like I was swimming through warm molasses.  Having grown up in Los Angeles, I was … Continued

Take Me Back to the Black Hills of Dakota

This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Kelli Mutchler from the USA. Thanks for your entry Kelli! Norbert Mutchler’s name is one of thousands carved into the white headstones that line the Black Hills National Cemetery.  Small plastic flags and individual red carnations are the only decorations.  On … Continued

Munchausen Syndrome and the Oregon Coast

This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Danielle Kitchel from the USA. Thanks for your entry Danielle! Rain. The air was filled with a light mist that didn’t precisely fall but seemed to drift aimlessly under a pearly gray sky. Everything else under that arching dome was shaded … Continued

Mardi Gras: Life is Messy Chasing Chickens

This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Corey Cart from the USA. Thanks for your entry Corey!   Flash floods saturated nearby fields as my plane slammed onto the runway.  Disappointment flooded my mind.  Maybe my friends knew something I didn’t?  You see, my friends’ faces lit up … Continued

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Shreveport, Louisiana: A Place I love

This is an entry in the We Said Go Travel Writing Contest written by Johnna Crider from America. Thanks for your entry Johnna! It’s a cool late summer morning; cool meaning it’s just under ninety degrees, and the sun has yet to rise. All is silent as the sky begins to glow with the birth … Continued

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