Tag Archive: travel

Solo Flight: Finding Inspiration in the Airport

“It can be hard to see outside of ourselves, especially in world that is constantly telling us to do the opposite, but maybe sometimes all we need is a reminder…”

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Walking the Green Path: An Herbalist Discovers Her Calling in Assisi

“Those were the days when we were supposed to ‘wander in the wilderness,’ walking out of the community with no thoughts of a destination, because God would lead us to wherever or whomever we were supposed to meet…”

The Traveler

“Clear vision to see where she has been, where she is now, and where she’s going to be…”

Caspar, Melchior, and Balthazar

A short story bringing to life the first pilgrimage of the Christian Faith: the journey of the Wise Men to find the Christ Child.

But Wait There’s More

“Just when I thought it was finally over, look what showed up around the corner: another hill to climb, another mile to go…”

Portsmouth vs. Plymouth: A Traveler’s Comparison

Guest writer Rae-Rae compares the pros and cons of two of Britain’s biggest naval bases.

Stratford and Shakespeare: Exploring the Birthplace of the Bard

Shadow Rae-Rae as she reluctantly embarks on a college trip to Stratford-Upon-Avon, braving unwelcoming weather in order to appreciate the Bard who made all the world a stage.

Holiday Season in the Holy Land: Thoughts, Ideas, and Tips on Travel

There is perhaps no better way to appreciate the spirit of the holiday season than to travel to the sites we remember during it: explore the Holy Land in a new light!