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KULUSUK, GREENLAND from Reykjavik, Iceland Sept. 2016 by vagabondginger I spent the summer of 2016 as an Independent Traveler in Europe and flew WOW Airlines from Boston thru Reykjavik and on to...
THE RUNNING OF THE BULLS July 11, 2016 by vagabondginger The Festival of San Fermin or “the Running of the Bulls” in Pamplona, Spain opens at noon on July 6th followed by 8 days of bulls runs...
ANDORRA, MADEIRA & TENERIFE by vagabondginger July 2016 My summer in Europe continues. I spent almost the entire month of June in the British Isles with a French connection and that leg of the trip...
THE BRITISH ISLES with a French Connection by vagabondginger June 2016 As an Independent Traveler I relish putting together my own personal itineraries and the research and planning takes almost as...
THE BRITISH ISLES with a French Connection by vagabondginger June 2016 As an Independent Traveler I relish putting together my own personal itineraries and the research and planning takes almost as...
When I told people I was going to the Azores I was asked “why are you going there?, what’s in the Azores? and where is that?” My answer was “I’m going to find out”. The Azores are a...
My first time to New York City was almost 25 years ago. It was so exciting and exactly everything I expected it to be and more. I love when that happens. Each time I am back it’s just as exciting...
WOW - Why am I going to Iceland in the winter when I hate cold weather and snow??? It seems that this “cool” land of fire and ice has become a “hot” destination and now gets about one million...
My summer job this year was at Grand Canyon Village on the South Rim. Over and over tourists would bring me a postcard that we sold of the stunningly beautiful Havasu Falls and asked where these...
MY LAND BASED TRIP TO GALAPAGOS Dec 2 - 9, 2014 by vagabondginger The Galapagos Islands were discovered by the Bishop of Panama back in 1535. They are located on the equator just 600 miles off the...
I’m a very visual person and what I learn through my ears tends to make less impression in my mind than what I see. That being said, my first impression of Havana was that of deterioration and...
Back in my grade school days we usually had to write a story about how we spent our summer vacation. If they were lucky, some may have written about a road trip to a national park. It’s been a long...
Johannesburg is not really a tourist destination but known more as a connection to the rest of South Africa and that is exactly what I did. Upon my arrival at the airport from Dubai, I immediately...
The UAE or United Arab Emirates broke ties with Britain and became independent in 1971. They are absolute hereditary monarchies or sheikhdoms, each emirate is governed by a emir or sheikh and one...
MY CAMINO PILGRIMAGE April 12-19, 2014 El Camino de Santiago or The Way of St James in Northern Spain is one of the oldest and most important Catholic Pilgrimages dating back to the 9th century....
Copper Canyon Trip Nov 23-29, 2013 by Ginger This bus trip leaves from Phoenix or Tucson and is escorted by a bi-lingual tour director. We crossed into the Mexican State of Sonora at Nogales, had...
Tortugueros Las Playitas Sea Turtle Project Todos Santos, Baja, Mexico Dec 4-11, 2012 Sea turtles have inhabited the Earth for 65 million years - they even swam with the dinosaurs! Sadly, many...

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