3 Perfect Days on Saba

The hurricanes have left their mark, but beauty is returning. Commercial travel has resumed and Saba is again waiting to fill your days with beauty and serenity. Come experience why Saba is one of the happiest places on earth. Day 1: There is no better introduction to Saba than arriving via WinAir. The sheer cliffs…

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The Way of Friendship

Mingling, Our journeys; The ones we have taken and The ones yet to be took… The resonance of varied spirits colors our walk, Asking and telling, Nodding and dreaming, weaving so grandly their unifying threads… stories; The ones we can tell and The ones we cannot.   Revelation collides with mystery and (sometimes) words Become…

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In Review: “At Home in the World” by Tsh Oxenreider

I love traveling. I love books about traveling, but beyond that I love thoughtful books about more than just the traveling. Tsh Oxenreider’s latest book “At Home in the World” is a unique memoir detailing that time they took a year off to get a global education by actually going. Vagabonding with kids is not…

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She Makes Her Dwelling in the Rocks

“Why Saba?” Is the question that greeted me upon landing at the Princess Juliana airport in St. Maarten with my husband, parents, three cranky kids, and over 500 lbs of luggage. Regret punched me in the face as I shuffled to the baggage claim, wondering how I thought this was a good idea. The man…

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Reunions and Magic

I sat just outside of my favorite ice cream parlour in my new pineapple pencil skirt from Anthropologie, anxiously awaiting the arrival of one of my best friends. Two uncoordinated trips just happened to overlap for a little over twelve hours, and we seized the opportunity to re-connect. As soon as I saw her walking…

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Homeless at Heart

In the past four months I have moved three times. Right when a new place begins to feel like home. Right when a sense of community blossoms. Right when you find doctors and hairdressers you love. Right when you finally know where everything is at your local grocery store. Right when an amazing bakery/coffeeshop opens…

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How to Travel Halfway Around the World and Not Kill Your Infant or Yourself

When considering whether or not to embark on a long journey with your infant, walk to the nearest mirror and while looking at yourself intently, ask: “Do I have what it takes?” If tears begin rolling down your cheeks, simply walk away and try again tomorrow. Or, if your flight leaves in two hours, call…

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