Category: TCC News

  • Destination: Bolivia

    By Bill Potts-Datema Bill is the CEO of the Society for Public Health Education in Washington, DC. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri. The Plurinational State of Bolivia is named for Simón Bolívar, a leader in regional wars of independence from Spain. While landlocked, Bolivia has agreements with Chile that give the nation access to…

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  • Member Spotlight: Ann and Alan Shaver, Brampton, Ontario, Canada

    Alan and I have journeyed together throughout our lives, and we’ve often been asked “What’s your favourite place?” It’s a tough question. We’ve always been drawn to the thrill of exploring less-visited, more out-of-the-way places and how do you pick one? While traveling in the Middle East in 2011, Alan received an intriguing email from…

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  • Crossing Paths: TCC Meetups Around the Globe

    Here are some recent photos of TCC members sharing our mutual love of world travel in a wide range of circumstances and locations.  

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  • Well Traveled: June 2024

    Our congratulations to those Travelers’ Century Club® members who have reached higher levels of countries visited. Well done! Diamond Members (300 or more countries) Wendy Arbeit Memphis, TN, USA Dominique Laurent Paris, France David K-L Yang Redmond, WA, USA Platinum Members (250 or more countries) Steven Arthur Clift North Little Rock, AR, USA Lucy Hsu…

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  • A Hearty Welcome to New TCC Members

    The Travelers’ Century Club is pleased to welcome the following new members to the club: Mark J. Abbott Fahad Al Mandil William L. Beasley Meg Behle Doan Van Binh Shields P. Blankenship III David Calderone Robert W. Cannon Maurizio Castelli Ming Kong Chow Michele Cohen Ilan S. Dee K.P. Doran Kenneth Dreyfuss Jeri Dye Lynch…

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  • New Info Files Added to the Members-Only TCC Forum

    As of 2012, members must go to the TCC Forum to access the TCC Info Files. The Forum requires a user name and password to log in. TCC will continue to mail the Info Files to those who have paid the additional $10 ($85 domestic and $95 international). Back issues of the Info Files are…

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  • An Invitation to Join the TCC Book Club

    Contact Ed Hotchkiss at and he’ll add you to the Book Club’s WhatsApp. Looking for something to read that complements your travel? The TCC Book Club might be helpful. Every month, the Book Club meets before Virtual Exploration to discuss a book. Selections are less than 400 pages, manageable with everyone’s busy schedule. Books…

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  • Destination: Lesotho

    By Paul Drake Paul is a semi-retired patent attorney residing in Texas with his wife, Robin. The Kingdom of Lesotho is a landlocked country surrounded by South Africa. With a population of two million, it is about the size of Belgium or Maryland. Nicknamed the “Kingdom of the Sky,” Lesotho is the only country in…

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  • Thirty-Six-Hour Transit: Chantilly (Paris), France

    By Steve Owad-Jones Transiting through Charles de Gaulle Airport is stressful enough without an expensive overnight in Paris. Instead, stay in the delightful, historic town of Chantilly, located only 50 kilometers (30 miles) north of the airport. A Blacklane limo transfer can seamlessly whisk you away, and barely 30 minutes later you will find yourself…

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  • Member Spotlight: Laurel Glassman, Chevy Chase, Maryland, USA

    “Why would you want to go to there?” Questions like this simply don’t compute for me. How can anyone not want to experience the magic of Rano Raraku on Easter Island, where scores of giant heads made of lava thrust out of a grass-covered cinder cone, like daisies sprouting in springtime? Or converse with a…

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