10 Tips for Worry Free Travel

"Worry Free Travel"? Is there such a thing? Perhaps, but only if you travel close to home on familiar paths. But what's the fun in that? If you're willing to leave your comfort zone, work a bit at travel safety, and invest in some anti-theft accessories, you'll be rewarded with adventures and new-found confidence. Here … Continue reading 10 Tips for Worry Free Travel

Venice Off the Beaten Path

Venice is one of the most beautiful cities in the world and is on most travelers' bucket lists. But over-tourism is threatening much that makes this city so desirable to visit. St. Mark's Square, the Piazza San Marco, and adjacent alleys are so crowded that it's difficult to walk, let alone enjoy the architecture, or … Continue reading Venice Off the Beaten Path

Recommended Books for an African Safari

An African safari is the ultimate bucket list adventure. And for us, anticipation of a special trip like this is half the fun! We research the location, plan side trips, prepare packing lists, AND read, read, read about the area. This is especially fun when you're thinking about a once-in-a-lifetime trip like a safari in … Continue reading Recommended Books for an African Safari

Planning a Visit to Antelope Canyon

Antelope Canyon is a breathtakingly beautiful slot canyon near Page, Arizona.  A visit here is a bucket list destination for many people, but planning a visit to Antelope Canyon can be daunting. This is Navajo tribal land and can only be accessed with a Navajo guide. A slot canyon is a narrow canyon formed by … Continue reading Planning a Visit to Antelope Canyon

Travel Clothing for Women- easy to pack favorites

A few minutes searching online will tell you how many companies have "the perfect travel something" for you. Do these clothes live up to the hype? Is it worth investing in clothes just for your travel? Traveling Tulls has not received any products for review. We suggest items we have enjoyed and hope you will … Continue reading Travel Clothing for Women- easy to pack favorites

Remembering Dad on Father’s Day

Even 23 years after his death, I still miss my Dad. Memories of him came back when we traveled recently to the Southwestern US. Dad took six weeks off work twice - once to drive my three oldest siblings across the US, and again to take the three youngest years later. Dad was a family … Continue reading Remembering Dad on Father’s Day

Rafting the Grand Canyon, an adventure in the American Southwest

You wake early. A million stars shine overhead, with the smudge of the Milky Way clearly seen. An occasional bat darts by as it gathers its nocturnal meals, and you duck into your sleeping bag until the danger is past. You are on the trip of a lifetime - an adventure in the American Southwest … Continue reading Rafting the Grand Canyon, an adventure in the American Southwest