Turtle Beach

24 Apr 19
20/20

March 27th, Rachel, Logan, and I started our drive from Davis to San Francisco. We were excited to see that the drive should only take two hours.Hilarious.California is full. That includes highways. After sitting in traffic and paying our toll, we crossed our first bridge: The Bay Bridge.And from the bridge we could see other […]

24 Apr 19
Yirah Group

Last month, 50 people were charged with scheming to get students into elite universities. While some of the charges involved falsifying student athletic abilities, most revolved around the standardized achievement tests nearly every college student takes: the ACT and SAT. Some parents paid for false learning-disability diagnoses, which gained their children extra time to take […]

24 Apr 19
Always More To Learn

During my second year with the City Choir I was finishing up my barbershop life, organising my final performance with the chorus and gradually drawing that chapter to a close. They still seemed like two different worlds to me, so finishing one didn’t seem to have anything to do with the other.  I stayed with […]

24 Apr 19
Repeating Islands

A report by Merv Hecht for SMDP. There’s no place like home I’ve enjoyed many cruises since our family went to England on the Queen Mary in 1952. What a memorable trip that was! My wife and I have enjoyed around 40 cruises over the last 50 some years, some on big boats like the Queen […]

24 Apr 19
CRACKED CITY

THE CRACKED CITY DOLLAR REVIEW – IN WHICH I HUNT, GATHER AND TEST THE DOLLAR LOLLY MIXES OF CRACKED CITY DAIRIES, SUBURB BY SUBURB, SO THAT YOU ARE ABLE TO ENJOY MORE FOAMY JELLIES IN YOUR LIFE, AND KEEP THOSE PROBLEMATIC SPEARMINT LEAVES TO A MINIMUM*. For each DOLLAR REVIEW, I will gather $1 mixes […]

24 Apr 19
John and Kelsi Mellor

Once again we were able to talk Santa into meeting us in Mexico.  We celebrated Christmas for about an hour and then enjoyed seven days together as a family in one of our favorite places.  Rosewood Mayakoba was such a great place to return to.  It’s the kind of place where everyone knows your kids’ names […]

24 Apr 19
My Travel Atelier

We lived in Puerto Escondido on the Pacific Coast for 6 weeks back in February/March. Man, I’ve been a long time about writing this post! When we left Puerto Escondido, we did three days in the hippie coastal town of Zipolite, 12 days in wonderful Oaxaca city, 2 weeks in disappointing Mérida (I’ll get back […]

24 Apr 19
itsdanielleruiz

This April, we had the pleasure of visiting a Hawaiian Island for the first time! Kevin and I haven’t travelled for a big trip together in about 9 months – and that’s a looooong time for us. Needless to say, we were very much looking forward to this trip and it did not disappoint! We […]

24 Apr 19
The Traveling Lounsburys

April 13 – 18, 2019: Much of our spring plan centered around meeting our son and daughter in-law, Will and Chrissy, at Hilton Head, SC for Chrissy’s spring break from teaching in Virginia. We had a wonderful time putzing around Hilton Head and then touring Savanah with the two of them. Chrissy fell ill for […]

23 Apr 19
Kani's Blog

Imagine you’re having your favourite drink with a straw. When you finish that drink, you throw your straw in the bin. That straw then gets transported, along with 1,500 tons of waste, onto a barge. When dumped off the barge, the straw is carried away by the ocean current, travelling miles away. It ends up […]

23 Apr 19
Mary Queen of Scots

April 18 – 22, 2019 In the UK, the Friday before Easter and the following Monday are bank holidays, meaning we had a long week to get away to warmer weather! We booked this trip way back in early February and had been looking forward to it since then. We flew out after work on […]

23 Apr 19
Weakley Blog

I’ve gone and traveled to many different places in the world. I’ve seen the Roman Colosseum, ate escargot at the top of the Eiffel Tower, walked the pristine beaches of Phuket, and swam with sea turtles off the coast of Oahu. Ever since a young age, my life has been filled with travel and adventure, […]

23 Apr 19
Upside - Down

Back in August, my namesake friend – who stayed an extra week in Australia – and I, took off up north, chasing the heat and hoping to do something fun and different. We arrived in Cairns by plane, and were super ready for some cool swim in the reef and some hike in the forest. […]

23 Apr 19
Erotic Story and Sex Story

Thanks for reading. I'm still new at stories, but am working through a series about a couple who vacations at an almost-too-perfect island rental. This is chapter 2. I welcome any feedback! Hope you enjoy. What was this. It….it felt like someone with very big hands was pinching Matt's head between two fingers, then releasing […]

23 Apr 19
Rowkin Rovings Blog

Hi all, we are in Tahiti today 23/04/2019, and this is the only internet connection we will have on this whole cruise. The internet is really lousy and have not been able to down load the pictures. Will update it on our return to Calgary. Hope you enjoy what we have written to date. Vava’u, […]

23 Apr 19
Sound Books

I am about to do something we rarely do at The Verge — get excited for an audio product I’ve never actually touched, let alone listened to. But that’s because when it comes to wireless gaming headsets for an Xbox One, the bar is so very, very low that I can’t help thinking SteelSeries’ new […]

23 Apr 19

I am about to do something we rarely do at The Verge — get excited for an audio product I’ve never actually touched, let alone listened to. But that’s because when it comes to wireless gaming headsets for an Xbox One, the bar is so very, very low that I can’t help thinking SteelSeries’ new […]