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November 2001 * 11/21/01

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Welcome to the November issue of The Traveler!

That's right! We have a new name! Our new name is just one of the many new and exciting things happening here at Tourist Travel.com this month. We're very excited to have all our new subscribers... We now have subscribers from all over the world, including England, France, and Australia... Welcome all!

In this month's issue, we will continue with our second installment of "Molokai - Hawaii for Hawaiians", exploring the western side of the island with "The People of the Red Dust"...

Also, find out how a nerdy kid with a trombone found himself lost and all wet in downtown Tokyo. It all started with a very special music teacher...

Plus, special adventure travel tours to help you Rediscover America!

Enjoy!

Feature Articles

Molokai - Hawaii for Hawaiians, Part 2
In this installment, we explore the West End of Molokai

Does Anyone Here Speak English? A Muscial Education, The Adventure of a Lifetime
A teachers' influence and a journey to a distant land...

Rediscovering America…

In these difficult times, thoughts of travel to far-flung places around the globe may not be a good idea to many. Now is a good time to rediscover the wonders within our own borders. Rediscover America!

From California…

  • Enjoy a low impact Walking Tour through San Francisco neighborhoods to admire world famous Victorian architecture with historian Jay Gifford. Only $20.00!
  • Explore Santa Cruz Island on a one-day sea kayaking adventure… No previous experience needed! $179.00
  • And much more! Check out other California adventures here!

To The Majestic Rocky Mountains…

  • Enjoy up to three days of some of the world finest rock climbing in beautiful El Dorado Canyon. From $110.00 per day.
  • Go whitewater rafting through Brown’s Canyon on the Arkansas river. From $64.00
  • More Colorado adventures here!

To the New England seashore…

And so much more! To explore more adventure tour packages geared toward your specific interest, activity, or location, check out our friends at InfoHub.com

Rediscover this great land! Rediscover America!

Thanks for visiting us this month!

Next month we'll have a special holiday issue just in time for the holidays! Yes, the holiday season is here once again... Make sure to visit the Travel Store to find the perfect gift for The Traveler on your list!

Some Highlights for our next issue...

  • Our third installment of "Molokai... Hawaii for Hawaiians"
  • Our first installment of "Dispatches From Greece"...
  • And, "It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas In San Francisco..."

The New Tourist Travel.com is almost here!

We've been working closing with our webmaster/guru the past few weeks, and I'm happy to report that we are still on schedule for our early December grand opening of the completely revamped Tourist Travel.com! We'll make sure to let all our readers know with a special announcement when we're up and running with the new website!

And Finally...

Happy Thanksgiving! It's Thanksgiving in America, a time to enjoy the company of family and friends, and reflect on the blessings in our lives... This has been a difficult year, with the tragedies in September, the recent air disaster in New York, an economic downturn, and the ongoing uncertainty and fear of continued terrorist threats... But despite it all, most of us here in America and throughout much of the world have a lot to be thankful for. There are difficult times ahead, but we can face those difficulties and overcome them. One people, united - in search of peace and a sustainable future for ourselves and those that will follow...

Happy Thanksgiving!

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