Posts Tagged ‘travel’

So, I write about MS. A lot. Maybe too much. (reference to last week, needing to lighten up.) But my true love is meeting new people from other parts of the world. Ideally through travel. (I started traveling, years ago, to more familiar places; while I still love a good US road trip, we have […]


Currently, I am on a train between Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel, while writing this post. (Writing on my phone, too; usually Iā€™m much too old-fashioned for that, and I insist on writing on my laptop. Hooray for my adoption of technology!) In a few minutes, at least in this time zone, it will be […]


Well… it depends on where you want to go. And, what drugs you’re taking. If you’re just traveling domestically (as an American), or being whisked away to the confines of a resort, you should have no problem. But my interests have been piqued by more developing regions, recently. Anyone taking any medication that affects the […]


No, of course not. The husband and I are still very happily married, thankyouverymuch! Many of you who know me personally are aware of my obsession with traveling. Even when I was a child, I would look through travel agency brochures and dream of places like London and Paris (both of which I’ve been to… […]


We love traveling to exotic places, right? šŸ™‚ What’s in store for this year? Well, we figured we should stick closer to home (ha, closer for us) with a new business and everything. (by the way, check out the website — Daltons Midway Service. If you need car repair about 30 miles north of Seattle…) […]


Today, I finished up a long-time big project… my summer travel blog: http://bandbinthebalkans.wordpress.com/ This blog outlines our 28-day trip through the Balkans last summer. And I finally finished my write-ups about it! Lots of photography! And as I say in my final post of the blog, the world is our best classroom. It’s not the […]


Looks like we’ll be able to fulfill one of our guilty pleasures this summer… A few summers ago, we roadtripped through part of the Southeast US. We vowed we’d get back to a few places. First off, we fell in love with the Outer Banks (North Carolina beaches) — just a little bit touristy, just […]