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Belmond La Résidence Phou Vao, Laos A Review

Because of this, we decided to get off the beaten tourist track and spend a few days exploring Luang Prabang.  During our visit to this UNESCO World Heritage town, we stayed at Belmond La Residence Phou Vao. Our Arrival Experience: The Belmond brand boasts hotel properties that embody the locale.  We enjoy this and appreciate what Belmond does.  However, our …

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Saigon night tour on motorbike

With so much to see, do, and eat, it is difficult for first time visitors like us to know where to start. Because of this, we decide to tour with a local for an authentic overview of the city. This is not your average tour. Rather, this excursion puts us in the thick of things, on the back of a …

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The Reverie Saigon – Ultra Modern Luxury Hotel

By Lora Chow Vietnam is a wonderful country to explore. From vibrant cities to quaint villages, the country has it all. Since the country is vast, it is difficult to travel throughout Vietnam without transiting through Ho Chi Minh City. Because of this, we chose to spend a few days exploring the city. And stay at the city’s newest and …

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Scooter Tour of Hoi An, Vietnam

By Lora Chow Tom and I enjoy biking to explore. However, we always do this and want to explore by different means. On our recent trip to Danang, Vietnam, we chose to mix things up and explore Hoi An by electric scooter. Our hotel is in Danang, approximately 40 minutes north of Hoi An. Our tour commenced with being picked …

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Intercontinental Luxury Hillside Resort Danang Vietnam

By Lora Chow There are so many places to visit in Vietnam. Since the country spans a large distance from North to South, weather patterns vary significantly. Because of this, we focused on the Central part of the country. It is in the midst of its’ dry/high season in late summer. We chose to visit the Danang and Hoi An …

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Taste of urban BBQ in Vista, California

  By Lora Chow Tom loves to barbecue and fondly thinks of the year he and 4 of his friends entered a Kansas City BBQ Society competition. We found out that our new hometown of Vista, CA hosts a KCBS sanctioned event.  Naturally, we had to check it out. If you are a fan of barbecue, be on the lookout …

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How to celebrate your Birthday on Catalina Island for “free”

By Lora Chow Southern California boasts endless stretches of gorgeous beaches, a lively array of entertainment options, and world-renowned cuisine. Yet, there are times we want to simply get away from it all. We celebrated Tom’s recent birthday with an escape to the quaint and charming Catalina Island. Birthday Specials You are in for a treat if you travel to …

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The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey, Seaside Escape

  Last summer, Tom and I moved to Southern California. On weekends, we enjoy discovering new places in the surrounding area. Although we rarely stay at the same hotel twice, we recently re-visited The Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey  as it was the host hotel for TravelAge West Trendsetter Awards dinner in which we were the 2016 Finalist for Best Use …

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San Diego Tuna Harbor Dockside Market

San Diego Tuna Harbor Dockside Market The first thing Tom and I did upon moving to the San Diego area last summer was explore the food scene. Having lived in SE Connecticut for years, we were “limited” access to unique culinary experiences. We craved exposure to different food ingredients and creative fare. Luckily, we landed in an area that cultivates …

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Four Seasons Chiang Mai, Thailand A Review

For some reason, we never felt compelled to visit this region. Perhaps we were put off by the thought of throngs of backpackers converging on the city and partying all hours of the night. However, this city draws travelers from around the world. Were we missing something? We decided it was time to explore the area for ourselves. On a …

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