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About Anne Supsic

Anne Supsic is a travel addict who has visited 50 countries (so far) and made life-changing decisions to support her travel habit. When they retired in 2005, she and her husband sold their house, their cars, and most of their belongings to travel around the world for 8 ½ months. Anne’s work has appeared in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald,, and South American Explorer magazine. You can read all her published articles at . She still travels extensively, and you can follow her adventures at

Hong Kong Foodie Tour

Roe-topped dumpling.

As an Asian food lover, I knew good eating would be a pinnacle part of the plan for my visit to Hong Kong. However, it was hard to know where to start. I discovered the Hong Kong Food Tour, which combined excellent food tastings with a walking tour through some intriguing, traditional Hong Kong neighborhoods.

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May 11, 2015 by | Comments Off on Hong Kong Foodie Tour

Sydney Crimes and Passions Walking Tour

The El Alamein Fountain

Walking tours are an ideal way to get the lowdown on a city, and our Crimes and Passions Walking Tour delivered on its promise to expose the underbelly of Sydney’s notorious past. We met our guide, Valentino, under the oversized Coca Cola sign at the famous intersection known as Kings Cross. He explained that in […]

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January 30, 2014 by | Comments Off on Sydney Crimes and Passions Walking Tour

The Magic of Turin: 7 Reasons to Visit

Mole Antonelliana

Turin has never approached the popularity of top Italian tourist draws like Venice or Florence, but that undiscovered quality is just part of its charm. Turin, or Torino as the Italians call it, is an elegant city of arcaded streets and monumental squares, and on a clear day, the Alps gleam in the distance. But […]

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August 29, 2013 by | Comments Off on The Magic of Turin: 7 Reasons to Visit

Behind the Scenes Tour at the Eiffel Tower

For me, a visit to Paris is never complete without a view of the Eiffel Tower, and this time, I decided to take a closer look at my favorite Parisian monument on a behind the scenes tour at the Eiffel Tower. Fittingly, our tour began at the base of the tower in front of a […]

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June 27, 2013 by | 1 Comment

7 Reasons to Roam Romania

Romania is a place where the harshness of the recent past, dominated by oppression and injustice, is juxtaposed with the timeless charm of ancient medieval towns, beautiful castles, interesting beaches, and a genuine peasant culture that has all but disappeared from most of the world. Here are seven reasons to roam Romania:

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May 31, 2013 by | 3 Comments

How to Plan Multi Generational Cruises for Your Family

Trip planning

Multigenerational travel is quite the buzz word in tourism these days, but it’s really just a fancy term for getting the whole extended family together for a trip. That’s not to say that this is easy though. Planning our 12-person, 3-generation cruise to Bermuda was one of the most difficult projects I’ve ever undertaken (and […]

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November 12, 2012 by | 1 Comment

7 Best Places To Visit in Sicily

Mention Sicily and what usually comes to mind is ‘Godfather’ Marlon Brando growling, ‘I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse.’ But Sicily is much more than the mob, and the notion of ‘family’ extends well beyond the Costa Nostra—it might even include you. Here are 7 reasons why a visit to Sicily may […]

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September 10, 2012 by | 2 Comments

7 Sweet Treats in Paris

Paris has always been known as a city of romance, but the city of light is also the place for romancing your sweet tooth! The French seem dedicated to enjoying the best of everything, and food is no exception. We all need the occasional petit plaisir (small pleasure) and Parisians in particular are connoisseurs of […]

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June 22, 2012 by | Comments Off on 7 Sweet Treats in Paris

Highlights of Malta

With its strategic, mid-Med location, the island of Malta became a target for every bully on the block—including the Romans, Normans, Spaniards, Turks, French, and British. In 1530, the island was given to the Knights of Malta (aka the Knights of St John) by King Charles V of Spain who asked only that the Knights […]

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June 6, 2012 by | 6 Comments