Oahu Hawaii, Two Years in Paradise

So am I lucky or what? I have recently returned to my ‘home’ in Orlando Florida following a two year stint in paradise – Oahu, Hawaii. I say home above, which is in itself subjectional as my native home is England, but I have lived in the US for about 15 years. So how was it? Beautiful, tropical, exotic, perfect climate?? Yes, and more, but different too. If you ever have the chance to visit, you simply must. There...

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Fette Sau!

You can certainly satisfy your appetite in millions of restaurants in New York City so why paddle over from your Manhattan accommodation to Williamsburg (Brooklyn)? BECAUSE…you need to visit Williamsburg once anyway and it is even more fun at night as this neighbourhood is full of cool bars, cafés, restaurants, speakeasies and clubs – which are not frequented too much by tourists from Idaho or Germany. If you don’t want to pay...

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What to Eat in Tel Aviv

(View of Tel Aviv from Old Jaffa) While traveling for business I visited Israel last year and it was an amazing experience! The Tel Aviv dining was absolutely fabulous! Everything was so fresh and delicious! I have listed below a few of my favorites during my stay. Giraffe Noodle Bar - Located on 49 Ibn Gvirol Street in Tel Aviv, this bar offers a mix of Thai, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Japanese cuisines. The menu is full of noodle...

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Paris – The City of Lights – Champs Elysees and More!

Hi guys, My name is Elinor and I just moved to the Orlando area a few months ago. I come from Paris, known as the City of Lights, the City of Love, and the City of Fashion. For those who have never been there, or for the ones that want some tips, I will tell you the how to have a perfect day in Paris! I would definitely stay at the hotel Georges V. It has beautiful spacious and luxurious rooms. I think it is the perfect location on...

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The Infamous Polar Plunge

While in Madison Wisconsin visiting some friends I had the opportunity to witness the Polar Plunge. If there is one in your area you have to see this! The plunge is a charity event that gives businesses, organizations and individuals the opportunity to support local Special Olympics athletes. There are two ways to raise money for this charity event: 1) Get Sponsored. Have individuals, organizations or businesses sponsor you to take...

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