I retired about a year ago and have really enjoyed travelling far and wide whilst I still got the juice. My travel philosophy learned way back in my military days has been to shun where the tourists go and hit the less visited spots in any given locale. My two recent faves were Ireland and New Orleans. In New Orleans, for example, we went to Celebration Hall in the Treme --No tourists for sure. Second line party- catfish, shrimp and chicken frying on a flatbed outside. Good times! Secondly, Youghal, Ireland. We took our rental car off into the countryside stopping at small crossroads villages with one church and three pubs--Celtics accents so thick they might have well been speaking a foreign language. We loved them and they loved us! So, my TDPRI friends, care to share any unique travel experiences you may have had that I can consider?