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Hello and Merry Christmas! Here is a little video we put together for the holiday season.

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Known for its ban on motorized vehicles, Mackinac Island has held its Christmas traditions of being quiet, festive and welcoming.

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Since so much has been happening behind the scenes lately, Clare and I have decided to give our readers a glimpse into what happens from day-to-day at Immersion Travel Magazine HQ.

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We don't know about you, but we feel that Mondays are, more often than not, a lost cause. It doesn't matter how much we prepare or how enthusiastic we are about jump-starting the week; from the time the alarm goes off to about two o'clock in the afternoon, we are absolutely worthless.

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Today is one of those days I would like to hang a shingle outside of my door and open Immersion Travel Magazine for business.

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For the Thanksgiving holiday, Chris and I went to Oregon to celebrate with family and friends. While we were looking forward to spending quality time with loved ones, we were also anxious to visit the little town of Cannon Beach

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Kenya is endowed with a resource that is fast becoming a rare spectacle in the world:  wildlife.

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Holidays in Kenya are memorable, but you might not be aware of the mistakes you can easily commit during a safari.

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We know it’s been a while since we gave a proper update about where we are in the launch process; so, here’s what’s up:

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Tourism is like fire. Out of control, it will burn your house down. Taken care of, it will keep you warm and even cook your food.” – Costas Christ, editor and columnist for National Geographic Traveler and 2012 nominee for the Heinz Award.

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