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Exploring Puerto Rico

Here is a retro post from 2004 based on demand from readers. Puerto Rico is a territory and not a separate country, but it has many interesting places to explore.  A great way to visit is to take a cruise … Continue reading

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Imperial War Museum in London

I continued my tradition of taking a more adventurous lunch break when working and travelling for business in London. Of course, I kicked off the foggy/soggy day In London with a run around the parks. From the hotels in the … Continue reading

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Johannesburg – South Africa

Without a doubt, this is a huge city and it has 7.5 million people in it.  Is there a lot to see…not sure, but there are definitely a lot of very expensive mansions and a lot of very poor shanties … Continue reading

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Robben Island – Cape Town South Africa

Before kicking off the main topic of this posting, a quick travel update from a dinner gem site we found last night… Last night, we had an amazing dinner at the Pot Luck Club restaurant which can be found in … Continue reading

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Touring Romania

(an older posting updated to the new blog) The first day, we booked a tour guide for a walking tour of Bucharest. There are a few areas that were saved from the huge communist apartments blocks; they are charming, with a … Continue reading

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Exploring London New and Old

I wanted to add another country to my list of where I have run…so why not run with the Buckingham Guards in Hyde Park? Now here is a tip: I did another run at 5:00 in the morning the next … Continue reading

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One Day in Bangkok

(you can sing along with the music if you like) The city pretty much draped in black and white ribbons since the country is mourning the death of their 9th king who ruled the country for almost 70 years (world … Continue reading

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