Tag archive for "Tours"

America, Experiences, Featured, Solo Travel

48 Hours in Orlando as #GlobalTravelerSherry

15 Comments 14 October 2013

Disclosure: Club Carlson compensated me and provided for my travel and accommodations in exchange for writing about my travels with them. Regardless, everything I have said in the post reflects my honest observations and opinions. Is it possible to go to Orlando, stay near Disney and not go to a theme park? I was going [...]

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oman trekking

Adventure Travel, Experiences, Featured, Oman

Roughing It In Oman

20 Comments 14 May 2013

I laid out my new sleeping bag on the thick mat under the stars. It was muggy outside but I still got into the down sleeping bag else I felt too exposed. I turned off my head lamp and said goodnight to my fellow travelers going through the same ritual nearby. As I lay there, [...]

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Argentina, Experiences, Featured, Photo Documentaries

How to Understand the Street Art in Buenos Aires

17 Comments 05 March 2013

“A commissioned piece of graffiti on your home can actually raise the value of your home in Buenos Aires.” she says in a factual manner. As my brain catches up with my ears, I interrupt our guide and say, “What, can you repeat that last part about increasing the value of your home?” Clearly I [...]

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Adventure Travel, Chile, Featured, Travel Advice

Experiencing Bad Luck When Traveling

17 Comments 19 February 2013

I had seen those people before – the ones with the duct taped boots or better yet the people who left their torn up destroyed boots on the trail as an offering to the hiking Gods. I always thought, “What idiots!“, I couldn’t understand how these people could be so horrible at planning. How could [...]

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parked quad bikes overlooking Cappadocia Turkey

Adventure Travel, Experiences, Featured, Turkey

Getting Dirty in Cappadocia

10 Comments 28 August 2012

My hands vibrate, the noise is deafening, and there is so much dust I can hardly see the dirt path in front of me. My lips are tightly pursed so as not to take in too much dust in my lungs – but even though my lips are sealed – I am smiling inside. Yesterday [...]

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pikes place market seattle

America, Experiences

Savor Seattle at Pike Place

6 Comments 23 August 2012

We met at the Starbucks, a bit cliché for Seattle, but it was warm inside and I wasn’t going to complain when I was handed a white chocolate mocha drink as I was peeling off my mittens. Mark introduced himself as our Savor Seattle guide for the morning and then introduced rest of the international [...]

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The swirling architecture of the Reichstag

Germany, Photo Documentaries

Transparent Politics in Berlin

6 Comments 15 June 2012

Politics are normally conducted behind closed doors – seedy deals, negotiations, handshakes, promises, and sometimes even sexual favors (aka – the blue dress). But in Berlin, a city with a dramatic political past, politics are transparent. Politics The Reichstag building was part of that dramatic past and paid the price in many ways including burning [...]

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Featured, Germany, Photo Documentaries

Graveyard of Fun – Spreepark Berlin

10 Comments 08 June 2012

Even fun has a shelf life – this is what runs through my mind as I walk around Spreepark, the abandoned, dilapidated amusement park in Berlin. I can’t help but get visions of the many cemeteries I have visited in the past – the former amusement park is like a graveyard of fun. I walk [...]

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Sherry traveling the world

I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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