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Tango Diva

<a href="http://www.tangodiva.com" target="_blank"><b>Tango Diva</b></a> is a worldwide community of over 9,000 women travelers - meeting in cities all over the world. Through travel, we gain a clearer vision of what it means to be a positive participant in this ever-shrinking world. <br /> <br /> Our mission at Tango Diva is to equip women with confidence to travel solo. And once they experience the success of flying solo, apply their newfound verve for adventure to their day-to-day lives. We become better people when we learn about the world and ourselves. Come join us. You get your very own and very cool map of travel history and plans! <br /> <br /> Join now!<a href="http://www.tangodiva.com" target="_blank"><b>www.tangodiva.com</b></a> <br /> <br />

Stories by Tango Diva

If it takes a village to raise a child, then it takes a group of twenty-nine Rotarians—and one sister-in-law willing to help translate—to...
Known as one of the world’s surfing Meccas, La Libertad is a small, uncrowded village located on the Pacific Ocean approximately thirty minutes...
Have you ever been out in the middle of nowhere? Seriously. I mean a place so remote that if you didn’t leave a detailed itinerary with someone...
Spring is in the air! So much for New Year’s Day when everyone promised to make changes to improve their lives. You know the drill:...
Take me out to the ballgame. Make out with all the players … is that how the song goes? If I’m not playing your song, sister, then you...
In June of 2004, the Tour de France occupied much of my thoughts. The race—on its ninety-first anniversary—marked Lance Armstrong’s...
One woman’s quest to learn Spanish leads her to Antigua, a city in the central highlands of Guatemala. After three weeks of school, she returns...
When I was twenty-nine, I embarked on my first solo vacation, a one-month tour through Southeast Asia. To allay my family and friends’ safety...
Envision a world without television, cell phones, computers, or commuter lanes. Imagine floating almost effortlessly suspended, where your only...
Everyone talks about Paris in the spring, but to me, May means Monte Carlo. This regal city is always a fantasy of Ferrari traffic jams, James Bond-...
Is it possible to celebrate Thanksgiving in Italy? It is if you’re visiting American friends residing in Naples. There was no way I would miss...
The air was dense, humid—a pungent aroma of diesel fuel, baked yams, and other harbor delicacies. I’d been sightseeing for hours, roaming...
I’m half-Jewish and half-Christian, or at least that’s what I’ve always said. My mother is Unitarian and my father is Jewish,...
I have been known to pack in less than ten minutes. Yes, less than ten minutes! It is not a miracle or an act of God—merely good pre-planning...
In a past life, my soul must have been broken into many different pieces and scattered throughout the world. Somehow my intuition always seems to...

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