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March 2006 * 03/29/06
Welcome to the March issue of The Traveler
We didn't make our deadline for this issue, you'll notice. We hate to keep our loyal readers waiting! By way of explanation, we'd like to ask if anyone has any good jury duty stories... Feel free to let us know if you do, and, someday soon, we'll tell you ours.
Now, on with the show!
A long March it has been here in our San Francisco-based headquarters. As of this writing, we are still waiting for Spring. I look out the The Traveler office window to see yet another wet, late afternoon - darkening gray into evening.
But The Traveler has another Big Island Hawaii travelogue due later this year, so, as our job demands research, and research we shall. We will be heading off to warmer and hopefully sunnier climes very soon. Stay tuned for the latest Big Island Report from The Traveler.
But right now we have another issue ready for your review.
Our feature articles this month present two unique ways to travel and do good at the same time; next comes a tale of a daughter and her mother experiencing, for the first time, the delights of Amsterdam (and the ensuing generation gap), and finally a walk through the back streets of Cairo.
The Travel Writing Pick-of-the-Month for March is, admittedly, a little geeky. We'll explain later - and it's still a fun read.
No issue of The Traveler is complete without our monthly update of travel resources, ideas, and bargains.
Conservation Volunteering in Costa Rica
Pueblo Ingles: Like No Place on Earth
Mom Versus Amsterdam
A Day of Discovery in Cairo
Travel Writing Pick-Of-The-Month
No, it's not great literature, but if you've ever had any questions about anything related to air travel (especially the part that happens while you're on the plane) then this little book probably has the answer.
If you're an aviation geek like The Traveler, then you'll have a lot of fun with this book.
Also great for jurors that find themselves with plenty of time to fill while waiting to do your part in administering justice. Ask the Pilot: Everything You Need to Know About Air Travel
Travel Ideas, Resources, and Bargains
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