Matt

Matt

is a high school educator from the USA who loves farming, running and the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. He enjoys new places and people and particularly destinations with great wine traditions!

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Why its a great time to travel to Tunisia

  Tunisia is one of the more stable and developing destinations in the Mediterranean among the lesser touristed countries of the North African coast. It holds a lot to see and do, some great new luxury hotels and experiences.

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Stepping into the vineyards of an iconic Port: Dow’s Quinta do Bomfim

Sometimes the best travel experiences come from last minute decisions. After having spent the whole day touring, driving and having a wonderful lunch in Portugal’s spectacular Douro wine valley. We had tasted and savored wine and port to our heart’s content, so much so that it seemed best to be getting back to the city …

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Tsaghkadzor Armenia: Another of our Unique Winter Escapes

Winter Mountain travel destinations are always high priorities on our travel wish list and we are happy to say that Tsaghkadzor, Armenia is the newest pleasant addition! The trip here was exciting  because we found a beautiful and unassuming winter resort town set in a destination with over 6,000 years of recorded history.  

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How to spend 48 hours in Madrid, Spain

  Hopefully your first impression of Madrid (like ours) is just how easy it is to get around see/do things. Relatively young by European standards, this city was a planned capital, so it is much more efficient a place to explore than other cities which grew over millennia. Roadways, plazas, parks, hotels, museums and shops are …

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