Monthly Archive: June 2015

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Stuff: How to control it all

Mom = Sherpa Why is it that when you bring home a teeny tiny baby you realize that the amount of STUFF you must now carry around far exceeds the weight and size of...

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As seen on The Adventure Ahead (2)

The Educational Tourist is pleased to be a part of a family travel series on The Adventure Ahead. (part 2)   What do you wish you knew before you took your first family vacation? We...

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Guest Post: Washington, DC

The Educational Tourist welcomes a guest post from Bondafide Traveler DC Gets Childish: Attractions Your Kids Will Actually Love Washington, D.C. might only seem like a destination for politicians, history buffs and kids going...

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Guide: Tips for Hiring a Guide

Guide, or no guide….that is the question. Well, Shakespeare would disagree about that being ‘THE’ question, but who asked him? LOL!   Guides can be very valuable. They can give you background on the...

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Dream: Are you living yours?

Living the dream   The travel bloggers that talk about living ‘the dream’ have stories like this: “We hopped off the corporate stress merry go round and took off!” “We sold everything we owned...

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Turkish Delight: Enjoy food on vacation

Turkish delight Turkish delight is a wonderful treat you’ll find all over Turkey. We were surprised it came in a million different flavors! Kids will enjoy this unique treat. Getting the kids ready for...

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Tulsa Visit: What to See And Do

Tulsa Visit – What to See Tulsa is a hidden gem in Green Country, which is the northeast corner of Oklahoma. It is known for its mild climate and beautiful scenery. Tulsa was named...

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I missed it.

I missed it. Travelers that dream of seeing the world often have their list of top places or sites they want to see. Those lists start developing early. My first item on the list...