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8 Best Travel Books Your Carryon Desperately Needs

November 29, 2019 No Comments »

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In an effort to bring you some new voices on Ottsworld, here is a guest post from writer Maria Martinico. I met Maria at a women’s networking and travel event in Denver.  I rarely have time to read these days, so I asked Maria to write about her best travel books she’s read since she’s […]

How to Save Big $$ for Travel

December 13, 2011 2 Comments »

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Accepting change is hard. Most people don’t have a choice, when the world changes – they eventually have to change with it. My mother on Facebook is a great example of this; it was the only way she was going to keep up with her grandchildren’s lives. I have to admit though – I’m a […]

Shop till you Drop

May 16, 2009 2 Comments »

I’ve been busy working in retail this weekend…actually, I’ve been building a store!  No, it’s not a brick and mortar store, it’s an online travel store for Ottsworld readers.  Of course this little project that should have been rather simple ended up taking me about 4 hours, but it’s done now; mission accomplished! Check out […]

The Motorbike Diaries – Vol. 7

March 24, 2009 2 Comments »

Start from the Beginning – Motorbike Diaries Vol. 1 I’m on the road and my motorbike is parked in my living room having a vacation!  I thought I would put out this post though since it pertains to motorbikes and Vietnam.  Stay tuned for more Motorbike Diaries and travel posts when I return from my trekking […]

Book Review: Snowflower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See

November 9, 2007 No Comments »

Snowflower and the Secret Fan is a fictional book set in 19th Century China – fittiing for all of my China travel in Oct. and Nov. I actually read this book for my sister’s book club. I must start with I normally don’t read fiction – for some reason it lacks the ‘thrill ‘ factor […]

Book Review – My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult

July 22, 2007 No Comments »

Shop and Purchase My Sister’s Keeper: A Novel I don’t really read Fiction anymore, but this book, My Sister’s Keeper, did the impossible – it made me a believer in fiction again. While in Morocco, one of the women in my tour group had brought this book and over the 3 weeks we were there, […]