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Siem Reap, Cambodia is a great place for beginner travelers, even if you’re solo. While Cambodia does have its own currency, all prices are shown in U.S. dollars and the bank ATMs dispense dollars, not riels. Also, everything you want to do is just a short tuk tuk ride away,…
With its warm people, affordable luxury and stunning beauty, Budapest is my favorite city in the world. These photos will give you an idea why.
I love San Francisco, but as summer approaches I feel the need to escape the concrete jungle and get out into nature. Fortunately, northern California provides plenty of opportunities within a few hours’ drive, and today we’re headed to the Lassen National Park area. I’m with my husband, my favorite…
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I’m eating breakfast at an outdoor café in Siem Reap, Cambodia, when I see an unusual cart slowly making its way down the street. I follow its progress with interest, and when it draws near I leave my table to get a closer look. The driver pulls alongside me and…
In 2015 I visited more than 100 cities in 25 countries. Winter or summer, my #1 favorite carry-along item was a simple beach sarong. From temples in Bangkok to bath houses in Budapest, here are 10 ways to use it you might not have thought of. Pool cover-up – Whether…