Saturday’s scene: Shanghai’s City Lights
On a cruise to China, Alan captured the lights of Shanghai reflected in the Huangpu Jung River.
Traveling With the Grandchildren
Did you know that Sunday, September 13, 2009, is National Grandparents Day? I hear what you’re saying. “What does that have to do with baby boomer travelers.” My answer to you – everything. You see, rather than being honored ourselves, I view this as an opportunity for baby boomer grandparents. We have the time and […]
Cruising from Vancouver to Singapore
Baby boomer travelers, want to keep up with us while Alan and I sail on a 52-day cruise aboard the Regent Seven Seas Mariner? I know you’ll be curious about our ports of call, which include Alaska, Siberia, Japan, S. Korea, China, Hong Kong, Viet Nam, Thailand and Singapore. In the meantime, life will go […]
Exploring the Volcanic Island of Lanzarote
If you’re sailing on an Atlantic crossing, there’s a very good chance that your cruise ship will stop on the island of Lanzarote. Today, Nick Ball, editor of Lanzarote Guidebook, offers suggestions on how to make the best use of your baby boomer travel time while on the island. Thanks, Nick. The Canary Islands are […]
Tips For Making The Most Of Your Favorite Sporting Event
Does attending sporting events play a role in your baby boomer travels? Some of my best travel memories come from watching the U.S. Open with my tennis playing girlfriends and attending the 1996 Summer Olympic tennis matches in Atlanta. And then there was watching Geogria Tech’s win in the 1991 Citrus Bowl, which gave them […]
Saturday’s scene: Dancing on the Dock
Dancers entertained on the dock in Coquimbo, Chile, as we prepared to board our cruise ship, the Regent Seven Seas Mariner.
I had planned to write a post about photography in our National Parks today. But after yesterday’s experience flying from Jacksonville, FLA to Tucson, I’m going to share lessons I learned about flying instead. Baby boomer photographers, tune in tomorrow for the photography post. After a weekend of grandmothering in Jacksonville, my trip home started […]
Saturday’s scene: Looking Through History’s Window
While 4-wheeling on the Alpine Loop in Colorado, Alan and I discovered a rusted-out car. Look at how the windows framed the alpine scene.
Scratch those itchy travel feet!
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