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May 2011

Travel Insurance: Does Your Family Need It?

Our preferred travel insurance partner, WorldNomads.com keeps you traveling safely.  They ensure residents from over 150 countries and you can buy, extend and claim, even while traveling. Reasons to Buy Travel Insurance Save money By focusing on...
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Once in a Lifetime Asian Family Travel Experiences

This post was contributed by Jared Alster of Intrepid Travel.  The company recently released its Top 10 Once in a Lifetime Asian Family Travel Experiences, which celebrates the iconic, the spiritual and the downright bizarre that...
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Family Travel: Vaccinations for children traveling abroad

In the midst of planning flights, deciphering train and boat schedules, or seeking out accommodations for your next family trip, another deliberation may be the need for additional vaccinations for yourself and your children. Currently,...
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Sustainable London with the Kids

Just as London was preparing itself for the Summer Olympic Games, we decided to take a quick weekend trip over the pond to visit my family and get a feel for the city’s preparedness for...
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Changing lives in the East Himalaya

This post was submitted by Marcus Bauer, a journalist and consultant who has worked with Help Tourism in India and respect-Institute for Integrative Tourism in Vienna.  Marcus is an editor of planeta.com – the global journal...
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Taiwan Green Travel Options

The eco-destination series continues with a summary of Ilha Formosa, or Beautiful Island, as the Portuguese explorers first called Taiwan when they discovered it in the early 16th century. Taiwan is one of the most...
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Nepal Travel Beckons All Explorers to Adventure & Wildlife

Given its topography that ranges from snowy Mount Everest to lush tropical valleys full of wildlife, the Nepal travel experience has positioned itself nicely as a top ecotourism destination. Families can enjoy wilderness camps, white-water...
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Go Green Mate through Australia!

My first visit to Australia provided lasting memories that I conjure up even to this day – the koala bears that actually aren’t that cuddly, the fragile Great Barrier Reef bursting with color, the aboriginal...
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