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10 Pinterest Worthy Photos of Irish Cliffs

Travelers along the western coast of Ireland will happily discover a very photogenic coastline on their journey, and much of it is lined with isolated beaches and serene coves that are protected by rocky Irish cliffs. In fact, although the Ring of Kerry is a well known tourist route, we believe that each one of …

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Loop Head: An Alternative to the Cliffs of Moher

True confession: Traveling as a couple can be a challenge when you both have different goals. For example: I detest crowds of people as much as Dan loves to photograph iconic sites. Since iconic sites are tourist attractions, I will tolerate them so he can get a few “tourist shots” and then we will find alternate views …

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Do You Know the Way to Santa Fe, Panama #TheWeeklyPostcard

Dear Luke and Leia, Do you know the way to Santa Fe, Panama? We do! This weekend we took a break and found the way into the cooler, beautiful mountains that are the country’s backbone, running down the center of Panama. Santa Fe is located about an hour north of the turnoff at Santiago, which …

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How to Keep Your Cool Getting to the Airport

It’s pretty obvious that the quickest way to get anywhere in the world is by plane. It’s also a well documented fact that airports can induce a great amount of unnecessary anxiety, and yet we still choose to travel by air. But not all of us have the time to board the train, boat or …

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Off To Curacao for Visa Run Fun #TheWeeklyPostcard

Dear Luke and Leia, We flew off to Curacao for a visa run this weekend, planning to do some sight-seeing, snorkeling and food sampling and then fly back to Panama for another few months. But boy, were we in for a surprise as to what the weekend had in store for the two of us.

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One Day in Split, Croatia

Don’t let its inhospitable name fool you: If you’re visiting Croatia, you need to spend at least one day in Split. It may not be as well-known as Dubrovnik, its neighbor to the south, but Split is actually Croatia’s second-largest city and second-most popular destination.

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A Day Trip to Isla Grande Panama #TheWeeklyPostcard

Dear Luke and Leia, With your uncle Andrew visiting us here in Panama City we decided to take a day trip to Isla Grande. Isla Grande is a Caribbean island about an hour’s drive away.

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Get Lost in Venice, Italy

Grand Canal, St. Mark’s Square, Campanile, Rialto Bridge … There is little doubt that romantic Venice — Venezia in Italian — is one of the European cities that are so iconic you might almost feel like you’ve seen it … even before you’ve actually been there. Until you’ve been there and realize: There is so …

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Inca Gold and the Royal Road #TheWeeklyPostcard

Dear Luke and Leia, Today we went on our own Indiana Jones adventure to learn about Inca gold and the Royal Road, which is called the Camino Real here in Panama. We went with the guidance of a scientist named Christian Strassnig, who mapped the entire trail.

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One Day in Barcelona, Spain: 11 Things to Do

Barcelona is a mesmerizing seaside Spanish town, bursting with culture, world class food and drink and – of course – magnificent architecture. With so much to see and do, it’s really hard to decide what to see, especially if you have just one day.

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