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Black History Month: Education through Travel

After a year filled with travel bans, COVID fears and social unrest, we’ve been through a lot. Hopefully, we’ve also learned a few things....

Travel Trends for 2021

As the Dalai Lama said, “Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.” I wholeheartedly agree, however, COVID continues to mess up my...

A Look at Holiday Traditions Around the World

As with the rest of 2020, we'll be celebrating the holiday season close to home. But that doesn't mean we can't do a little...

My Hindsight Bucket List

With so many possible experiences to explore in our lives, many people—especially travelers—have bucket lists. I have to confess, I don’t. But even without...
Great Smoky Mountains NP on Travel with TErri

Scenes from the Great Smoky Mountains

Trading urban life for nature continues to be my COVID coping strategy. As a result, my husband and I have hiked roughly 200 miles...
Florida road trips on #TravelwithTerri for Around Wellington

Close to Home: Florida Road Trips

Itching to get away but don’t want to venture too far from home? Welcome to the COVID club! Fortunately, with Florida’s 65,755 square miles...
Travel with TErri on an RV Adventure

New Travel Adventures in a Pandemic World

With so many travel disruptions around the world, trends are changing for 2020 trips. Those of us who need to feed our wanderlust always...
Escape into Nature on TRavel with Terri

Escaping into Nature

“Come to the woods for here is rest.” –John Muir Let’s face it, sheltering at home, wearing face masks and washing our hands until our...
COVID in New York on Travel with Terri

New York City’s Epic Nap

Unless you've been living under a rock the past several weeks (and, honestly, a rock might be a good idea at this point) you're...

Dream Today, Travel Tomorrow

Every month when I write this column, I look forward to sharing destinations with you—our treasured Around Wellington readers. I’m hopeful that my words...