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The Life and Times of a New York Drag Queen Turned Pasaquan Saint

Whenever he needed supplies, Eddie Owens Martin would dress up in drag queen regalia, open the doors of his beat-up old station wagon, and call his cats. Dozens would emerge... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 22-05-16


PHOTO: Legacy Hall at RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, Columbus, GA

Click on title to view photo in large format: Not so many years ago, downtown Columbus, Georgia, was a decaying, dilapidated mill town, with little hope for renewal. Some thought... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 20-05-16


PHOTO: Kayaker at Chattahoochee RiverWalk in Columbus, Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: The 22-mile long Chattahoochee RiverWalk in Columbus, Georgia opened in 2013. In addition to providing walking and biking trails, it has... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 18-05-16


16 Reasons to Fall in Love with Savannah, Georgia

Two years ago, I visited the city of Savannah, Georgia, for the first time — and it immediately became one of my favorite places in the world. Since then, I’ve been wanting... Read More

Travel Post by Adventurous Kate on the 17-05-16


PHOTO: Wall of Fame at Grant’s Lounge in Macon, Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: The Wall of Fame at Grant’s Lounge in Macon, Georgia. It may look like a hole in the wall, but the... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 16-05-16


PHOTO: James Brown Statue in Augusta, Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: Deanna Thomas-Brown stepped up to the James Brown statue in Augusta, Georgia, and rested her head on its bronze shoulder. “Standing... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 13-05-16


PHOTO: Pine Knoll Farms in Eastern Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: In the heart of Columbia County, Georgia, just a short drive from Augusta, lies Pine Knoll Farms. Though still a working... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 11-05-16


PHOTO: Headgates of the Augusta Canal in Columbia County, Georgia

Click on title to view photo in large format: Built in 1845 to facilitate shipping between the Piedmont plateau and the city of Augusta, Georgia, the Headgates of the Augusta... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 09-05-16


My Climb of Mount Ararat

Climbing Mount Ararat was a dream of mine since childhood! I would stare at the picture posted above the chalkboard exactly in the center of the room at Armenian School and... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 02-05-16


A Little Hospitality… A Guest is a Gift from God

A throaty tenor danced across the inky night. I followed a wide path toward the Kartvlis Deda statue, her form illuminated with an eerie, green glow. Moments later, a chorus of lighter... Read More

Travel Post by A Little Adrift on the 25-04-16


A Little Crush… Uncovering the Charms of Tbilisi, Georgia

Maybe it was the wine. Or perhaps it was the latticed balconies? The unfettered hospitality played a part. And the idyllic scenery was persuasive. For the life of me, I can’t pin down precisely... Read More

Travel Post by A Little Adrift on the 09-02-16


VIDEO: Centennial Olympic Park Fountain in Atlanta, Georgia

    The Centennial Olympic Park fountain in downtown Atlanta, Georgia was constructed in preparation for the 1996 Summer Olympics. At its centerpiece are five Olympic circles embedded in the pavement, from which... Read More

Travel Post by Hole In The Donut on the 22-03-15


A Week at the Beach on Isla Mujeres

Can we all just agree that Cancun isn’t really all that great? After all, it’s a man-made vacation destination bogged down by mammoth, cheap all-inclusive resorts with lots of drunk tourists.... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 14-02-14


Will’s Tips for Cycling Central Asia

Months ago, I wrote my comprehensive tips for backpacking West Africa which proved to be a big hit. For cycling Central Asia, I’m doing the same. The following advice is based... Read More

Travel Post by Wills Blog of Travel and Life on the 01-12-13


Pic of the Week: Driftwood Beach

Check out this striking photo of a Solo Travel Society member standing in the shadow of a tree on Driftwood Beach. A new article has been added to Solo Traveler ... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 14-11-13


Solo Travel Destination: Atlanta, Georgia

Chocolate in the morning, wheatgrass in the afternoon, museums and wineries in between. Atlanta comes highly recommended by this Solo Travel Society member. A new article has been added to Solo Traveler ... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 22-10-13


Costa Rica Tourism Board Launches New Travel iPad® App

goCostaRica allows travelers to explore beauty, adventure of the country, create customized video experience ATLANTA, GA (September 24, 2013) – Today, the Costa Rica Tourism Board announces goCostaRica, a new travel... Read More

Travel Post by Daves Travel Corner on the 24-09-13


In Photos: Bonaventure Cemetery

It may seem a bit macabre to say that I find cemeteries beautiful. But, macabre or not, it’s true — cemeteries can be just as serenely pretty as they are somber.... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 10-07-13


Savannah, You Are Kinda Awesome

Savannah, Georgia. Home to Southern charm, the Girl Scouts, and even Paula Deen. Boasting the claim of being the first planned city in America — and also one of the most... Read More

Travel Post by A Dangerous Business on the 08-07-13


Ebola and Our Trip to South Africa - Fear?

Excitedly I say, \"We just booked our 2015 trip to Cape Town and Kruger National Park in South Africa.\"   The only word people seem to hear is Africa.  The question from there - and you... Read More

Travel Post by Traveling Africa on the 30-08-14