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Ebb and Flow

In June, I was earnestly studying language on DuoLingo.com. I perfected my details, adding two day trips to my itinerary. Enter, the Delta Variant. My destination was among the top ten to avoid because of COVID. In August, I’m postponing

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Taking My First Steps

June 2021 is the month I’ve begun cautiously stepping outside my home, my winter hideout during the plague (COVID-19 Pandemic). Just moving around a bit…getting the car oil changed, having a hair trim, stopping at a restaurant to sit under

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Madagascar

In 2020, Madagascar made an herbal supplement, Covid Organics, free to its population, touted as a means to protect oneself from the worst of COVID-19.  I see in mid 2021, Madagascar is welcoming COVID-19 vaccinations for its citizens. Very glad

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Portugal

Portuguese Republic. In the news this week, Portugal is opening the longest pedestrian bridge, 516 meters long and suspended 175 meters above the River Paiva in Arouca. It has Portugal on my mind. Lisbon is five hours ahead of Boston.

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Retiree’s Bucket List

Retired American, in fine health, not an athlete, not out of shape, seeking places unlike home, partial to tour groups.  What do you recommend I consider for my travel bucket list? I don’t know if you are from Alaska, Hawaii, Southern

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