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Alaska Wilderness Travel
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Lyn Taylor's Adventure Travel specializes
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WAVEJourney online travel
magazine provides valuable first-hand recommendations for women's vacations.
Traveling to Japan
"I love visiting Japan and have visited there three times. Of course the
most important reason to visit is to see my grandkids! I was recently visiting
them where they live near Sendai City -- where the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake
and Tsunami happened back on March 3rd, 2011. It was with mixed feelings
that I visited this area.. but I had a new grandson to meet and a granddaughter
to hug to pieces. Oh, and hug my kids too. LOL
I'd have to say the most amazing part of the journey was getting there. I used my air miles from Air Canada to fly and saved big on the fare even though the taxes and fees were almost as high as the return fare! But I digress, the best part of the trip was flying on ANA (All Nippon Air) to Sendai from Narita Airport near Tokyo. It was a small prop plane (holding about 60 passengers) and an evening flight that took me at twilight up the coast at a nice low altitude. The cities and villages below looked enchanting in the soft light of sunset -- the kind you get in Japan that's truly amazing. I could see the eastern mountains by the Sea of Japan with the reddest sunset glow I'd ever seen. I understood the red of the Japanese flag at that moment as it was the most vibrant red sunset ever.
There was sadness as I flew up the coast and noticed the blackness of the beach areas where the tsunami had washed away all signs of life. Up from the beach as the ground become hills I'd see the twinkle of the town lights. What our Japanese friends suffered is beyond belief and the sadness and shock I experienced in the people there will haunt me forever. I was so relieved that my family and their Japanese relatives were all safe and sound.
The trip's biggest reward was when I arrived at my kid's home and met my grandson for the first time. Of course prior to that my three year old granddaughter welcomed me in a big way and we shared a very emotional moment. It was 2 weeks gloriously spent.
I really enjoy being a woman traveling alone. I've traveled on
business to San Francisco, Los Angeles and to see Oprah in Chicago,
back in the day. There's no pressure to rush. I enjoy savoring
the flight, hotel, room service and fine dining... and of course
shopping. The next best thing to traveling along, is with my sister
and girlfriends... highly recommended!" - Bibsy
June 2014 - bj