Walking adventure at Hadrian's wall

Long Distance Walks in the UK

Looking to visit the UK this summer? With such a busy tourist season in most UK cities, (especially London at this time of year) it’s always a good idea to get out of the tourist-filled cities and look for some off-the-beaten-path adventures. Thankfully, Katie from Sykes Cottages (sponsored article) is here to give us active boomer […]

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Driftwood at Blue Heron Park, Nanaimo

Saturday’s scene: driving Yellowpoint Road in Nanaimo

On a scenic drive along Yellowpoint Road in Nanaimo, B.C., Alan and I stopped at Blue Heron Park for a walk on an off-the-beaten-path, Vancouver Island beach. After investigating driftwood that the tide had piled like tinker toys onto the shore, we searched for tide pools hidden in the depressions of the rocky beach. The […]

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Hawaii Botanical Tropical Garden

A garden lover’s paradise on the Big Island of Hawaii

Hawaii is America’s very own tropical paradise and a favorite playground for boomer travelers. With breathtaking views, unique culture, fun adventures and tropical landscape, this spectacular group of islands should be on everyone’s travel list. Today, Suzanne Fluhr from Boomeresque offers advice on how to see the incredible local flora up-close at the Hawaii Tropical […]

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Maui Whale Watching

On a Maui whale watching adventure with Seabourn Odyssey, Alan learned, once again, just how hard it is to photograph whales from a moving boat. The cruise excursion began when Alan and I tendered from the ship over to the pier in Lahina, where we boarded the Trilogy catamaran for a morning of whale watching. […]

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Guide to the Best Dance Balls in Vienna

Do you enjoy dancing on your boomer travels? Alan and I love getting all spiffed up for formal night on a luxury cruise to dance the night away. But cruises aren’t the only venues where we can practice our dancing skills. November 11, 2012, kicks off the Vienna Ball season. Native Viennese Barbara Grüll-Cação has […]

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sea kayaking near Santa Barbara, CA

Sea Kayaking at Refugio State Park

Would you  like to include sea kayaking on your boomer travel adventures? My one and only experience was in a tandem sea kayak with Alan on the calm waters of Wyndham Bay in Southeastern Alaska. That is, until Toyota U.S.A. invited me to go sea kayaking at Refugio State Park while on a glamping tour to […]

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Hiking the Danny On Trail with Road Scholar

The Danny On Trail meanders up Big Mountain in Whitefish, Montana, offering views of the Flathead Valley and beyond. Yesterday, I showed you the view looking up at Big Mountain. Today, I’m showing you the scene as Alan and I hiked the 3.8 miles to the top with the Road Scholar Glacier National Park hiking […]

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Snorkeling at Moon Reef on a private excursion in Fiji

“We’ve booked a private cruise excursion to go snorkeling at Moon Reef when we dock in Suva, Fiji. There’s room in the minivan for two more. Would you like to go with us?” asked Randy, one of our new cruising friends on Seabourn Odyssey.  Of course Alan and I said yes to an active boomer […]

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Take a boomer baseball tour

Have you dreamed of a boomer baseball tour? Are you checking all the professional stadiums off your boomer travel list as you attend a game? In today’s guest post, Greg Goodman, Adventures of a Good Man, tells us how. Spend a few minutes talking to any serious fan and they will tell you of their dream […]

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