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Guadalajara, Mexico: Language school and adventure

Thinking about traveling to Mexico and maybe learning a bit of Spanish? Why not combine the two and have a cultural travel adventure at the same time?

IMAC, (Instituto Mexico Americano de Cultural), the Spanish Language Institute, is recognized as one of the finest Spanish language immersion schools in all of Latin America. Their program in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, is the best of the best, not only for its academic instruction but also for its cultural connections.

Baby bald eagle cam, in the nest, real time, 2010

British Columbia, Canada, has long been in the forefront of preservation of bald eagles. Right now (April/May/June 2010) an amazing webcam is capturing the unfolding progress of baby eaglets as they grow are nurtured and raised.
By |April 6th, 2010|Today|13 Comments|

Delta flight attendant uniforms over the years

Here is a fun trip through the airlines' past. A short look at Delta Airlines' flight attendant (stewardesses back then) uniforms. This collection is enjoyable from the changes that have taken place in styles to the changes in how flight attendants are seen by the public.
By |March 24th, 2010|Today|2 Comments|

Olympic streets of Vancouver — the part NBC missed

Contributor Lynn Rosen set out on a walk and ride through Vancouver last week to experience the Olympic spirit coursing through the city's streets. Vancouver seemed to be one long frat party and street celebration during the Olympics. Her video shows another side of the Olympics, a gathering of the world's citizens. The competition provided an excuse to party.
By |March 4th, 2010|Today|0 Comments|

Surviving a Mexican sweat-lodge religious experience

Contributor Lynn Rosen while traveling in Mexico had a chance to experience a hard-core sweat lodge. Here is her story. The temezcal or Mexican Huichol sweat lodge is a traditional native aboriginal cleansing ritual where water is poured over hot rocks and steam is enclosed inside an igloo-like shelter.
By |February 14th, 2010|Traveler|1 Comment|

Adventures north of Vancouver

Although most everyone is familiar with the charms and attractions of the city of Vancouver, just across Burrard Inlet lies a hidden treasure of adventures and another world - North Vancouver.
By |September 5th, 2009|Traveler, Weekend|3 Comments|

Live baby panda webcam from the San Diego Zoo

Lynn Rosen who discovered the baby bald eagles nest has found a playful baby panda bear at the San Diego Zoo. It is not the same wild show that the eaglets presented with Ma and Pa bring home flipping fish and their first flying adventures, but entertaining none the less.
By |August 26th, 2009|Today|3 Comments|

The Flying Wallendas, a different kind of frequent flier

Some people fly to collect miles, other need to fly for business and yet others jet across the country to meet friends an family. Lynn Rosen and Steve Giordano both will travel at the drop of a hat, but they always try to discover something out of the ordinary. This time they met the Flying Wallendas!
By |June 15th, 2009|Today|0 Comments|

5 really good reasons for taking a red-eye flight

Some travelers loathe what they consider the most wretched choice of flights — the red-eye. Others claim these flights are the only way to travel. Lynn Rosen finds 5 reasons overnight flights can be perfect for some.
By |May 27th, 2009|Columns|8 Comments|

Baby bald eagle cam, in the nest, real time

170eagletWe're bringing the baby bald eagles back. People love 'em, and their getting bigger and bigger. We have been watching since mid-April. British Columbia, Canada, has long been in the forefront of preservation of bald eagles. Right now (June 2009) an amazing webcam is capturing the unfolding progress of baby eaglets as they grow are nurtured and raised. They are about to fly!