Waterfalls are truly magical places! Did you know for instance that waterfalls release tiny particles into the air called "Negative Ions" and that these negative ions can affect both the human mind and the human body? Dr. J recently went…
The Magic of Niagara Falls Is Real The family and I recently went on an extended weekend getaway to Niagara Falls in Ontario Canada. While we were there, I discovered something very interesting. I discovered that not only is magic…
How does airplane air quality differ from the quality of the air that we breath on the ground? Can airplane air quality affect your health, and if so, what can you do to stay healthy while flying?
What is up with bad airplane behavior these days? It has become an epidemic of sorts and unfortunately, when good airplane passengers go bad, the result can be gray skies and golden showers.
My fellow lovers of adventure and all things travel, consider this your call to action!! The time has come for us to be heard! The time has come for us to say that enough is enough! My friends, the time has come for us to stake out our place in the world. Now, it is our time to take a stand and to be counted!
There are passport photos, and then there are epic, sultry, soulful, sexy passport photos that can make doves cry, women weep and men wish; wish that they had what the one and only Prince had.
As the famous chef Paul Prudhomme once so rightly stated, “you don’t need a silver fork to eat good food”. Unfortunately, while good old Paul told us what we did not need to eat good food, he failed to tell us what we did need to eat good food. And so it may come as a bit of a surprise to many of you to learn that all you really need to eat good food is an appetite for adventure, a valid passport and a plane ticket to Tokyo Japan. Yes my friends, there is good food in Tokyo.
As airports and flights become more full, legroom becomes more spares and tempers flair; we are seeing more and more examples of bad behavior both at airports and in the air. As traveler frustrations boil over, more and more passengers are saying “delay my flight and I’ll slap your face”.
The practice of Mínghūn (冥婚, “Spirit Marriage”) dates back to the 17th century B.C. in China. Also known as a Ghost Wedding, these ceremonies are carried out because many in China believe that the spirit of a person who dies before marriage will wander in the afterlife lonely and aimless.