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Aruba: Eat

Skip Hooters, T.G.I. Friday's, and Señor Frog's, all located behind Palm Beach's high-rise resort strip, and eat on a beach pier at The Pelican instead. For barefoot dining, try Moomba Beach Bar & Restaurant (one of the best beach bars in the world according to CNN) or the Flying Fishbone just outside of town. For a local meal, head to The Aruban Chef serving fare like calco stoba (conch stew) and fresh fish. Finally, don't miss a sunset drink at Bugaloe Pier where stiff mojitos are served at happy hour from 5-6 p.m.

Aruba: Play & Stay

Walk along a non-resort stretch of Palm Beach beside fishing huts, surfers, and a shipwreck, learn to kiteboard at the Aruba Kitesurfing School, or take in a game of beach tennis, one of the country's most popular sports, behind Moomba Bar.

Book at the Aruba Marriott Resort and Stellaris Casino. Capping off Palm Beach's resorts, you'll find a gleaming white mega-property with palapas shading the sandy shorefront, a meandering pool with a swim-up bar, large, comfortable rooms with private balconies, and a slew of restaurant options. Don't miss the newly designed adult pool with a modern-meets-South Beach vibe.

Bonaire: Eat

Just off Kralendijk's oceanfront road are a series of open-air restaurants with flickering candles and mouthwatering food. Sit at a wooden high-top at the City Café and order the nachos, it's a local tradition to pour sweet chili sauce on top of the cheese. One of Bonaire's most modern restaurants happens to be housed in one of its oldest buildings. Appetite offers guests an all-appetizer menu for a lingering island time meal. Sunday brunch is an event at Sorobon Beach Resort's restaurant. An older, bronzed gentleman wearing a terrycloth sweatband around his head serenades guests on his electronic keyboard with classical favorites.

Bonaire: Play & Stay

Search for eagle rays, schools of fish, and turtles while diving just off the shore at one of the island's 87 official dive spots. Learn to windsurf or refresh your skills at The Windsurf Place, located in Lac Bay, a 1.8-mile saltwater lagoon with knee- to waist-deep water.

Stay at Sorobon Beach Resort. Clustered around the only natural white sand beach on the island, Sorobon is a casual, tropical hideaway with 30 clay-roofed and whitewashed cottages. Sit at the resort's central beach bar every night at 6 p.m. to watch flamingos do a fly-by overhead. Bring bug spray (mostly for the evening) and your own soap for the kitchen and bathroom.

Curaçao: Eat

Overlooking Willemstad and the rotating bridge, Gouverneur De Rouville is an open-air restaurant in a restored Dutch building. Excellent service and a fusion of local and globally-inspired cuisine make it consistently busy with both tourists and locals. Instead of searching for shops as air conditioned retreats, escape the midday sun with a chilled Amstel Bright — the ABC's local beer — under umbrellas with misters and fans at Iguana Cafe. Outside the city, Jaanchies is an 85-year old family-owned restaurant worth a try.

Curaçao: Play & Stay

Kura Hulanda Hotel and Lodge. Bath yourself in history at the Hotel, set in a UNESCO world heritage site and restored Dutch village in the heart of Willemstad. Walk along cobblestone streets, dine in the main square, or massage your shoulders under the cascading waterfall in the eco-pool. For a breezy, beach experience, stay at the Lodge on the Island's west side. A tranquil cove and coral cliffs front the cool, coastal retreat with amenities from home, thousands miles away from it all.


'The Goldbergs Cookbook' filled with Beverly's 1980-something recipe classics

The cookbook is filled with the real recipes from the real-life Beverly Goldberg, who is portrayed on the television series by Wendi McLendon-Covey.

COOKBOOK COOKBOOK I want to do a COOKBOOK ABC. Get me a publisher and I’ll give you some of my all-time favorite recipes along with the stories attached to them pic.twitter.com/xEuhPI8KXu

&mdash beverly goldberg (@goldilocks405) January 26, 2018

The television show is based on Adam F. Goldberg's life growing up in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania throughout the 1980s.

"The depiction of me on 'The Goldbergs' as a loving, passionate mom and cook has been a truly wonderful thank-you for the years I spent raising my kids," Beverly Goldberg said. "Cooking is how I show love and I'm thrilled I have the chance to share it with the world. This book only exists because of the many amazing fans who every day ask me for my famous shrimp parm recipe and nagged Adam to make a cookbook. For a mama like me, it's been a true dream come true."

It features 70 recipes, mostly taken from the recipe box that was featured in the show's sixth season.

Recipes in the cookbook include Beverly's infamous Shrimp Parm, and various others parms, as well as RibPot Pie (No Peas, No Carrots), 7-Meat Meatloaf, Big Tasty Pork, Bev's Perfect Momelette, Barry's Orange Potatoes with Marshmallows, and many others.

©The Goldbergs Cookbookby Beverly Goldberg with Jenn Fujikawa, Universe Publishing, 2020.

Along with the recipes, the cookbook also has retro-styled food photographs, images from the show, and descriptions from Beverly Goldberg herself.

The 'smother' also wrote the introduction her son Adam wrote the epilogue.

"Our most dedicated fans nicknamed themselves The Goldnerds. That's right, my childhood nickname that made my heart sink is now my greatest source of pride. In fact, this book wouldn't even exist if it wasn't for all the Goldnerds out there. Literally," Adam Goldberg said. "For the last six years, you've constantly tweeted my mom, asking to have her heart-clogging, cheese-covered recipes. You got her so riled up that I had no choice but to help her release this book. So,thank you, Goldnerds. You did it!"

"The Goldbergs Cookbook" can be ordered through Rizzoli Bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Target, and other retailers.


The ABC’s of Bolongo Bay Beach Resort

ll inclusive – Bolongo Bay Beach Resort brought All Inclusive to St. Thomas in 1989 and still, no one in the Caribbean does it better. A la carte dining at both restaurants and unlimited cocktails, can’t beat it.

each hut – Our activity coordinators at the beach hut provide lessons for a wide variety of water sports including kayaks, paddle boards, water trikes, wind surfers, Hobie Cats, and Sunfish sailboats.

Carnival night – A 40 year old tradition, our Carnival night is every Wednesday in season at Iggies and includes an all you can eat buffet, live calypso music, traditional Mocko Jumbie stilt dancer, fire and limbo show and a glass walker! A night not to be missed!

iving – St. Thomas Diving Club is located right on our property, with the best dive staff on island they provide fun and safe scuba diving and snorkeling experiences.

ntertainment – Iggie’s Beach Bar has been awarded the ‘Best Bar with live entertainment’ in all of the Virgin Islands by the St. Thomas Daily News for many years.

amily – Not only has our resort been family owned and operated for over 40 years, we treat you like part of the family as well. Come mingle with the friendliest of staff as well as our lovable local clientele

ames – We have a beach volleyball court, basketball hoop, corn hole boards and bags, the famous string ring toss, and our ‘shake of the day’, a dice game at the bar with a chance to win cash!

eavenly Days – Bolongo Bay’s award winning 53′ Catamaran is a must do! Swim with Turtles at Buck Island or stay aboard on our Sunset Harbor Cocktail Cruise.

ggies Beach Bar – One of two great restaurants on our property, Iggies is right on the beach, steps from the Caribbean Sea, a favorite spot for tourists and locals alike.

et skis – Ride some waves with 340 Watersports, jet ski rentals located right on our beach. They offer freestyle rides or guided tours.

araoke – Currently on Thursday evening’s at Iggies, Karaoke has always drawn a big crowd. Remember, you’re on vacation and will never see these people again, so go for it!

obster Grille – Open for casual breakfast and lunch and a more fine dining dinner, the Lobster Grille serves up some amazing up scale specials for very reasonable prices.

usic – Iggies Beach Bar is known for its live music nightly. From reggae to rock to country we’ve got it all. We even had a visit from Stevie Wonder one night who got up on the stage for us!

illa Killa – One of many must have cocktails while you are visiting, the Nilla Killa is a twist on the classic Painkiller, made with vanilla rum, orange juice, pineapple juice and coconut cream topped with ground nutmeg.

cean front rooms – When we advertise that we have ‘ocean front rooms’ we literally mean you are steps away from the beach and ocean itself.

ool bar – Located at the Lobster Grill is a great swim up bar overlooking the Caribbean Sea.

uaint – Having only 74 rooms in our resort that is located on the spacious Bolongo Bay, the beach is never jam packed. Our old Caribbean style feel and laid back family vibe is perfect for that “don’t worry be happy” vacation.

omance team – Our wedding and events coordinators are simply the best. Welcome dinners, weddings, receptions, vow renewals, they will customize it all to suit you.

norkel booze hunt – This is exactly what it sounds like. We hide bottles of rum in our bay and send you out with a mask and snorkel to find the buried treasure!

urtles – When swimming in our beautiful bay there is plenty of sea grass and often a feeding turtle or two! Or, take our catamaran to Buck island for our ‘Swim With Turtles’ trip.

nbelievable views – The pictures will never do it justice, you must see them for yourself. Our secluded bay offers a truly breathtaking view of the Caribbean sea.

oodoo juice – An island favorite, our VooDoo Juice is made with 4 Cruzan flavored rums and 2 different juices and served in a souvenir bucket.

elcome rum punch – Upon your arrival you will be greeted not only with a smile but a free rum punch! No better way to start your Caribbean vacation.

mas on the beach – If you happen to join us for the holiday season, Santa visits us at Bolongo Bay each year on Christmas morning. He arrives via jet ski or dingy and provides juice and cookies and toys for all the children staying with us.

ou should be here!

ero reasons not to pick Bolongo!


These Free Printables Will Make Learning the ABCs Fun for Kids

Are you stuck at home like the rest of us these days? Do you happen to have a toddler or preschooler with you &mdash one whom you’d love to keep teaching those crucial early childhood development skills, but who would really rather just watch Caillou videos all day? Ugh. We hear you. Luckily, free printables are available all over the internet that are fun, colorful, and educational for kids &mdash especially these free coloring pages, ahead, which will help little learners get their ABCs down pat.

Educators remind us time and again that parents are a child&rsquos first teacher, and it’s true. While this doesn&rsquot mean you need to go full-on homeschooling (although recently, plenty of us have been tempted) or that you have to devote hours to teaching and coaching your little one on academics, every bit helps. Giving kids the opportunity to practice recognizing and sounding out letters while coloring them in can make them feel more comfortable as they learn to read &mdash and can have positive effects long after they return to school. Learning letters at home will also help to instill a love of reading in your child, which we adult bookworms know is a gift they can enjoy for the rest of their life.

And as a bonus, these easy-peasy printables are a great way to keep the kids entertained when you need a few minutes to herself. We&rsquove put together basic printables for the whole alphabet, plus more detailed A-Z coloring sheets, for an afternoon of learning fun.


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This book is a new and ‘holistic’ approach to the old issue of rifle marksmanship. It approaches marksmanship from the perspective of optimizing skills and tuning existing equipment to gain accuracy, rather than purchasing new equipment out of hand, in the hope of achieving results. This book teaches the shooter how to tune and optimize their firearm, their ammunition and themselves to achieve the best accuracy out of what they have got, and a little more! This book backs up the art with science and teaches shooters how to understand what accuracy is, rather than just aiming for it! This book seeks to not only optimize skills and existing equipment, but also restore shooters’ pride in their firearms, for passing on to future generations as treasured possessions, which they are!

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All the information the shooter will ever need! From first timers to seasoned pro's - this book covers the lot!

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Complete, consise and on the money! With this information, all the reader needs to do is dial, smile and pull the trigger!


Fireworks

After the Christmas celebrations are over, locals immediately shift gears towards New Year’s Eve. As with Christmas, these celebrations start early too. In the weeks leading up to the new year. Many companies are sponsoring major fireworks shows and pagaras.

Most nights there are multiple, consecutive shows and at least one pagara. The pagara, a long string of Chinese firecrackers that ends in several larger ones for a dramatic finale. Some pagaras can last as long as a half hour. Every year the Pietermaai District has a 2-kilometer long pagara, which runs through the whole district. Along the route, there are festivities, with a big party at the end of it. It makes one heck of a noise.

Pagara in Pietermaai, Curaçao / photo by Curaçao Chronicle


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H Is for Hikes

On the surface, a hike is simply a walk you take in the woods, but it's also so much more. A hike is an opportunity to climb to new heights, follow beautiful trails, breathe crisp forest air, and journey deep into a living, breathing habitat. On hikes we learn to respect the creatures of the woods and to recognize the importance of enjoying nature -- and protecting it.

Talk About It: When you're on a hike, do you look up at treetops and birds, or down at plants and bugs?


The ABCs Of Travel: cherylhoward.com Edition.

Like the “My Seven Links“ project that went through the travel blogging community earlier this year, the “ABC’s of Travel” is another fun exercise that has traveler bloggers recalling their favorite travel memories.

A: Age you went on your first international trip.

As with most things, I was a “late bloomer” to the world of international travel. At 29, I took a rather epic journey to South America for three weeks to cruise the Galapagos Islands, hike the Inca Trail and fly over the Nazca Lines. Not a bad way to start my travel career, right?

Playing With Sea Lions In The Galapagos Islands

B: Best (foreign) beer you’ve had and where.

Any good Canadian loves beer and I’m no exception. The best beer I’ve ever tasted was a dark brew mixed with lemonade at the Hofbräuhaus in Munich, Germany. The size of the giant serving glasses (steins) and country’s beer purity law are just a couple of the reasons I decided to move to Berlin.

C: Cuisine (favorite).

Hands down, Italian. I flew to Italy last year just to experience a culinary holiday in Tuscany and Umbria. I spent 4 glorious days drinking Italian wine, sampling local produce, touring fresh food markets and taking part in cooking classes. I was taught how to make pasta from scratch and countless other dishes from an Italian woman who was sharing her old family’s recipes. From there, I headed to the Amalfi Coast where I hiked for miles just to shed the pounds.

D: Destinations, favorite, least favorite and why.

Budapest, Prague and Berlin all compete for top spots in my heart. I also swoon whenever I remember Rio de Janeiro and Havana! So I’m going to cheat and offer up two favorites.

Prague, as walking through the city at night was a life changing moment for me. It was while walking along the Charles Bridge one night that I decided to leave Canada and move to Europe.

My other favorite destination is Rio de Janeiro, especially the Bohemian neighbourhood of Santa Teresa. Meeting Selaron was the highlight of my trip!

Meeting Selaron in Rio De Janeiro

Least favorite? Bermuda. While a really pretty island with beautiful beaches, I was quickly bored with the lack of things to do and found it way too expensive. I’m not a fan of the Bermuda shorts on business men either and no matter what they think, it’s not at all attractive!

E: Event you experienced abroad that made you say “wow”.

How about the first time I cried because I was overwhelmed with a profound sense of happiness? This happened at the Vatican last year and was in St. Peter’s Basilica. I’m not particularly religious but taking in the grandeur of the building and knowing that I was somewhere that I’d always dreamed of seeing was too much for me. Before I knew, tears were streaming down my face. I’m happy to report that feeling of happiness has stayed with me ever since throughout all of my travels and even my downtime in between trips.

F: Favorite mode of transportation.

I like getting to where I need to go quick so I’d have to say airplane. I know, boring right? Long, arduous rides in buses, vans and trains really aren’t my thing as I don’t have enough patience. I love flying and always take the window seat just so I can gaze out into the sky. The views are never less than glorious and it’s always a special treat to see the sun rise or take in mountainous terrain.

G: Greatest feeling while traveling.

The happiness of knowing you’re making your dreams come true. My dream is to see and experience the world and each trip I take just builds on this. For example, I was in Amsterdam just last week and finally got to see the Anne Frank Huis. I’d wanted to go there since I read The Diary of Ann Frank in high school! I really agree with what Chris Gillibeau talks about in The Art of Non-Conformity and that a happy person makes for a better world. A happy me is more fulfilled and therefore more productive, giving and maybe even inspiring to others.

H: Hottest place you’ve traveled to.

Rio de Janeiro as it was both HOT and HUMID. When I left Toronto, my hair was perfectly flat-iron straight and not long after leaving the airport, I had Dolly Parton hair. I gave up on my hair right away and wore it in a ponytail everyday. If I wasn’t so modest I may have joined the ranks of the locals spent the rest of my trip in a thong.

Locals Don’t Wear A Lot in Rio De Janeiro

I: Incredible service you’ve experienced and where.

At a small hotel near Las Terrazas in Cuba. Shortly after arriving, I received an urgent phone call and had to arrange to return home to Toronto right away. The staff was very understanding of my situation and gave me a 100% refund for my three night stay. I’ll never forget their kindess as a lot of hotels would still have charged for at least one night.

J: Journey that took the longest.

When I flew from Toronto to Munich via Copenhagen exactly one year ago, I was to leave Toronto late Friday afternoon and arrive in Munich early Saturday morning. I ended up getting there late Sunday evening instead. Despite the mishaps, I ended up having one of the best vacations EVER! A year ago today I was in Prague (remember the life changing moment I mentioned above)?

K: Keepsake from your travels.

Photos. One of these days when I’m more “settled“, I’ll decorate my walls with some of my prints. I also like to bring home wine from the places I travel. I have a bottle of Tokaj from Hungary at home right now – nothing but yummy!

L: Let-down sight, why and where.

La Floridita in Havana, a supposed haunt of Ernest Hemingway. It’s an overpriced tourist trap and not in the least bit inspiring.

The Disappointing Hemingway Bar In Havana

M: Moment where you fell in love with travel.

Although I enjoyed my trips in North America, South America and the Caribbean, Italy made me fall in love with Europe and travel in general. I’ve been going “fast and furious” ever since! Check out my About Me page for a list of the places to which I traveled to date.

N: Nicest hotel you’ve stayed in.

Hotel Santa Teresa in Rio de Janeiro. Located in a restored colonial mansion in the Bohemian neighborhood of Santa Teresa, the five star hotel did not disappoint. From the hotel’s designer decor, the fantastic service from staff, the delicious meals served up at their restaurant Tereze, the spa and infinity pool I found peace and calm here during a very stressful time of my life. While I’d never shell out that kind of cash for accommodations ever again, I hold wonderful memories of my stay there.

O: Obsession—what are you obsessed with taking pictures of while traveling?

I love taking pictures of weird and wonderful things. Lately, I can’t stop taking pictures of street art.

P: Passport stamps, how many and from where?

My current passport only has two stamps. Boo! One stamp to signify my landing in Berlin on June 1 and another signifying my departure from Berlin to visit family and friends in Toronto. As my flight to Toronto was via Brussels, I have a Belgium stamp. All of other recent trips throughout Europe are not documented as officials do not bother to stamp your passport when travelling throughout the EU.

My old one (which was my first one) has stamps from the US, Bermuda, Argentina, Brazil, Cuba, Ecuador, Peru, Italy, Denmark and the UK.

Q: Quirkiest attraction you’ve visited and where.

I’m pretty weird and you know this if you’ve met me in person or have been reading this blog long enough. That being said, I naturally seek out weird attractions when I’m on the road.

Recently in Amsterdam, I visited a cat sanctuary on a boat and followed it up by a visit to a cat museum that only features cat themed art.The next day, I visited a tattoo museum that has pieces of preserved human skin on display.

R: Recommended sight, event or experience.

The most extreme of all my travel experiences to date was cave diving in Budapest this past September. I donned a suit and a helmet equipped with a head light and then spent three or four hours worming my way through a dark wet cave even braving the “sandwich of death” which requires you to crawl on your stomach for 12 meters. Yes, 12 whole meters!

Not for the squeamish or the claustrophobic, this is one unique experience that you’ll find surprisingly fun and certainly unforgettable. I still can’t believe I did it myself.

S: Splurge something you have no problem forking over money for while traveling.

Good food, like eating tapas in Barcelona or an experience, like swimming with dolphins in Miami. I’m willing to sleep in dive hotels or in crowded hostel rooms for the sake of a good meal or some other sort memorable experience.

Kissing A Dolphin in Miami

T: Touristy thing you’ve done.

I’m not sure why but I went all tourist on my trip to Barcelona (I’m usually a little better than that), seeing the Sagrada Familia, Parque Guell, La Boqueria Market and even taking a hop on/hop off tour (for shame).

U: Unforgettable travel memory.

How about an evening spent at Szechenyi Bath in Budapest? Imagine stepping into those thermal waters on a cold December night in only a bikini, watching the steam rise up around you, gazing back at that beautiful neo-classical building and feeling complete and utter happiness. One of the BEST moments of my life!

V: Visas, how many and for where?

Two. A tourist visa to Brazil and a working holiday visa for Germany.

W: Wine, best glass of wine while traveling and where?

I’m by no means a connoisseur but I do love my wine and make it a point to drink local wine (if possible) whenever I travel. I went to a lot of wine tastings on that trip to Italy last year and sampled my all time favorite, Barolo. I was sad to find out how expensive the bottles are upon returning home and have only had it 1-2 times since.

X: eXcellent view and from where?

A view of the Mediterranean from my hotel room in Positano. I even watched a couple of weddings take place at the cathedral just below my window.

Room With A View on Italy’s Amalfi Coast

Y: Years spent traveling?

I’ve been travelling since I was a kid and have travelled and lived to/in different parts of Canada like Calgary, Toronto and even Cape Breton Island. There was also a lot of family vacations to the US like shopping trips to Buffalo, beach stays in Ocean City and quaint tours in New England. As mentioned above, my travel career really kicked off when I ventured to South America.

Z: Zealous sports fans and where?

While in the Galapagos Islands, our boat crew took a few hours off to hit up a local beach to meet with other boat crews for a soccer (aka football) match. They invited guests to watch them play or hang out on the beach. While almost every single guest opted to stay on the boat, myself and one other Canadian guy went with them. The Canadian guy took part in their game and I hit the beach. While the game seemed fun, I was more interested in exploring. I spent an amazing afternoon with Blue Footed Boobies and sea lions!


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