By Evelyn Kelly, PhD  The Spanish moss on the old oak trees waved us to the Georgia coast and Jekyll Island, the former haunt of the rich and famous. Leaving the rumble of I-95, we float on a paved road...
By Evelyn B. Kelly, PhD  Many people are fascinated by safaris, Prince William and Kate Middleton being among them. However, their interest in the environment differs from legendary hunters like Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway, who were interested in big...
For grandparents, a trip to Disneyland Paris with the grandchildren can be a magical, memory-filled adventure. As the site proudly boasts, it is the happiest place on Earth! With iconic rides, beloved characters, spectacular shows, and family-friendly hotels, a...
By Evelyn B. Kelly PhD  After spending the night in Cairns (pronounced “Cans”), we were ready for some Australian fun in a hot air balloon. We would fly over the Outback, a remote inland area with large farms; although the...
By Evelyn Kelly, PhD  Our Irish travels have led us to Cork, the largest and southernmost county in Ireland. To the Northwest is Blarney Castle, home to the Blarney Stone and our exciting adventure. My daughter Natalie and I had...
By Evelyn Kelly, PhD  South Africa is one of the most interesting African countries for geology, beautiful land formations, and culture. We are in Durban, a cosmopolitan city on the east coast of Africa. This diverse city has beautiful unspoiled...
by Evelyn Kelly, PhD  A highlight of any trip to the Middle East – Morocco, Tunisia, Jordan or Egypt – is riding a camel, or at least sitting on one for a photo to show everyone back home.  Sahara Desert Camels We...
By Patricia Horwell  When you’ve got the itch to get out there and go, you just have to scratch it.   Sure, it’s fun to travel with a buddy, but that is not always possible. Life is too short for “coulda, woulda,...
By Evelyn Kelly, PhD  It was a silent night in 1818, and it was the best of times; it was the worst of times. For Father Josef Mohr in the village of Oberndorf, Austria, it was wonderful because Christmas was...
By Evelyn Kelly, PhD  Bran Castle is an atmosphere, a home, a place of horror, and the setting that Bram Stoker’s novel “Dracula.” It is also the destination of thousands of tourists each year, thanks to Hollywood.  Our guide Sophia sets...
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