Monthly Archives: March 2012

Celebrating Cherry Blossoms in Washington DC

At this time of year, Washington DC and Tokyo, Japan bear one striking resemblance.  It’s cherry blossom time and both cities have erupted with clouds of lacy pink and white blooms. To mark the occasion...

Adventures by Disney’s Expanded 2013 Lineup to Include Southeast Asia

Adventures by Disney has released some details of their expanded offerings for 2013.  Whether you like your adventures star studded or far flung, there is something new in the works for you. On a jaunt...

Sol Rio De Luna y Mares, Holguin Cuba: A Home Away From Home

Cuba’s Holguin province has been known for its beauty since Columbus discovered America – literally. In November 1492, Christopher Columbus landed on the northeast coast of Cuba and found himself in an idyllic paradise. Attempting...

BRICA Introduces Roll ‘n Go Car Seat Transporter

The newly released BRICA Roll 'n Go Car Seat Transporter turns a child's convertible or forward-facing car seat into an efficient stroller.  As many parents know traveling with kids comes with a lot of...

Understanding the Effects of Culture Shock

Some animals operate on instinct, one hundred percent.  Take the aligator, for example.  They are born ready.  They don’t need parents to supervise them, they don’t need to learn anything specialised, they just hatch...

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