Interview With Travel Blogger Magdalena Whitney Of Four Whitneys One World @4Whitneys1World I am super excited to share with you my interview with @TheGuyWhoFlies, fresh off the press! With my blog turning 1 in 5 days, I have to say that it has been a wonderful experience. Meeting other bloggers either in person or through social media and collaborating with each other has been an … Continue reading Check out my interview with @TheGuyWhoFlies !
We arrived in Muscat, Oman. We picked up our rental car and we are off to explore. Oman too, has oil but Sultan Qaboos decided to preserve the country’s authenticity so there are no skyscrapers. The whole city of Muscat is more like a seaside resort type. Muttrah is the harbour district. Their architecture is very specific, very cool. Every building is painted white or … Continue reading FACEBOOK JOURNAL OF OUR RECENT UAE AND OMAN TRIP. PART 4: Oman Road Trip- Muscat, Muttrah and the Al Dakhiliyah region.
The glamorous and glittering setting of Monaco, at the time familiar to us from movies only, is where the rich and famous come to R&R from their ‘hectic’ lives or to play with their equally rich and famous friends. The resort of choice for royalty. It is that nice and that fancy. So, why go with kids? In 2005, during our south of France wanderings, … Continue reading The lifestyles of the not so rich nor famous in the playground of the really rich and famous. Monaco with kids?
They say there’s no place like home. Usually, traveling means you will be sleeping in a hotel away from home. For us, not necessarily. We have rented apartments, stayed with friends and family and also, stayed in every type of hotel imaginable. I get this question all the time: which is better? After traveling with kids for 13 years through 30 countries and hundreds of … Continue reading Our amazing homes away from home.
Pope Benedict XVI resigned or ‘stepped down from Peter’s chair’ in February 2013. Just a month earlier we were traveling through Israel. When the Pope announced his retirement, I had one of those moments where you understand, one more time, the importance of traveling to, walking through and reading about historical sites. It is well known that you should not speak about politics or religion … Continue reading A Pope resigns. A palace and a cave. Enlightened by reality at the Vatican and Jerusalem.
Back in the day (1993) when Wayne and I were dating, we used to think one day we would get married and move to Seattle. Why? Who knows! Maybe because we loved the constant rain, the green forests, the endless hiking trails or maybe just because Starbucks had just exploded in the stock market the year before, Nirvana was the rage, Microsoft… We were young and … Continue reading We finally made it to the Emerald City. Seattle dreamin’.
The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg or just plain Luxembourg is one of the smallest countries in Europe. French, German, and Luxembourgish are the official languajes and proficiency in all three languages is required for graduation from secondary school. The city of Luxembourg itself is on the UNESCO World Heritage List, on account of the historical importance of its fortifications. We visited Luxembourg in 2007. The city is perched … Continue reading The very elegant and quiet Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
I always knew I wanted to take my kids around the world. Even before they were here, I had a grand plan for them. At school they were to learn the basics but to learn about life, they were to see the world from day one. We are not tourists, we are travelers. Students of the human race and all that surrounds it. And so … Continue reading It only took me over a year to write again… About this blog:
Our second trip to the Yucatan Peninsula (November 2007). Vincent was almost 7 and Dante was 6. My favorite moment in the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza: Dante running through a 1300 year old market. It’s a hot day today. It’s always hot in the Yucatan peninsula. In the car, our way to Chichen Itzá, I lecture the boys about the rituals, culture, legends and every … Continue reading Chichen Itza. Visiting our ancestors’ stomping grounds.
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