Your gift is hangin with family and friends. Happy holidays to everyone!
I love maps, globes and exploring the cultures in random towns around the world. That’s why Norad’s Santa Tracker always lit my imagination every Christmas eve.
It tracks “Santa’s” current location and includes the most obscure towns around the world.
Please check it out NOW to see where Santa currently is flying over.
A priceless gift for those who love all things travel.
Sometimes when taking a long flight, or a multi-day road trip, you get bored. I am very bad at being antsy when I have nothing to do.
That’s why I always make sure I have a pack of playing cards with me, or a game to play in the car when trekking around.
Any traveler would love these games:
Travel clothes. A MUST have. I need comfort and I need style. Here is the perfect outfit for wandering aimlessly around _________________.
Skinny Jeans from Zara – dress them up or down. Thanks Olivia!
H&M cardigan in blue
Aldo bronze flat sandals
Light blue top from Joe Fresh
Bronze earrings, similar to these from Creation
Last weekend I had the opportunity to visit Boulder, Colorado, and during a brief recess in my meetings, I was able to visit a famous tea house with an amazing story.
The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse Restaurant was such a great place to relax and sip a delicious cup o tea. Here’s the story, from their website:
The Boulder Dushanbe Teahouse is nestled against the Rocky Mountain Foothills in Boulder Colorado. Sitting alongside Boulder Creek in Central Park, the Teahouse is considered one of Boulder’s most attractive and popular tourist attractions, as well as being a local favorite for great food, tea, and atmosphere.
Completely build by hand without the use of any power tools, the Teahouse was constructed in Dushanbe, Tajikistan as a gift to their sister city, Boulder. It was disassembled, crated up, and sent halfway around the world to be rebuilt in Boulder as a symbol of friendship and cultural exploration. The elaborate and creative teahouse now sits as a reminder to the citizens of Boulder to value cultural diversity, global cooperation, and international friendship.
Great story, isn’t it? By the way – try the hummus as well. I sipped on a vanilla black tea, and loved it so much I still daydream about it at the end of the week.