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To the Bat Cave!

On the way to the hotel, we passed a road sign that pointed to “The Caves.” There was a small, unassuming parking lot and a stone chair, but not much else. We passed the spot at least 5-6 times before […]

To the Bat Cave!

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On the way to the hotel, we passed a road sign that pointed to “The Caves.” There was a small, unassuming parking lot and a stone chair, but not much else. We passed the spot at least 5-6 times before […]

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The Bahamas Straw Market a feast for tourists

We arrive at the Straw Market around 9:00 a.m., just as its vendors begin throwing back the blue plastic tarps that shield their wares from the passing tropical showers

Batfish are the camouflage masters of The Bahamas

I suspect deep down I enjoy being disapproved of. It may explain my adoration of a former bartender at the Russian Samovar. It may also explain my new favorite

Jaws Beach was a pleasant surprise

I’m not going to lie. The only reason Jaws Beach made our short list of places to visit on the trip is due to its place in pop culture

Orange Hill Inn and the octopus

Patrick leaves lodging up to me. I’ve got a decent track record for finding interesting places to stay – everything from friends of friends to boats to a hostel

Canada by Rail: From Toronto to Vancouver

We took a plane ride on Air Canada, from Baltimore’s BWI to Toronto, early Tuesday morning, July 25, 2017. Would you believe, it only took sixty-five minutes? We got into

Nassau: A tourist hot spot to start the trip

So why Nassau? Arguably, Nassau caters to tourists, not travelers, with its omnipresent cruise ships and Paradise Island’s Disneyfied version of the Caribbean. As our regular readers know, we

Travel: Let’s take a cruise

Not long ago my wife and I wanted to do something different that would be fun, take us somewhere we hadn’t been before, didn’t cost too much and with

Road trip around Lake Pepin

Lake Pepin is a naturally occurring lake and is the largest lake on the Mississippi River. On the west is Minnesota and 1.7 miles across it is Wisconsin. It

Santa Barbara: Our perfect day in paradise

Few would deny that Southern California is usually as close to perfect in climate as can be found on mortal earth. But there are those days when temperatures soar

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