Sandra Scott

Sandra Scott
member for over 13 years

Member Since: Dec 2004

Columnist at Oswego Palladium Times, Senior Wire Service and International Travel News. and several blogs. Frequent contributor to Creators Syndicate, Star Service Review and several other outlets. Contributing editor to CNY55 and Oswego County Business Magazine. Work has appeared in the following inflight magazines: Continental, Escala, TWA Ambassador, plus all the inflight magazines of Latin America, Changi Airport Magazine, and many other publications. Developed the "Annie and Blue" cultural educational program. Co-authored two local history books. 

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Published Articles (10)

What’s cooking in Laos


Magazine column “What’s Cooking in… ” This issue how to make Tam Mak Hoong. One line version

Discover Lewis County, An All-Season Destination


A roundup of things to do in Lewis County, NY (an article in each issue) link to online version.

Malta is Europe’s Best Kept Secret


At just 17 miles long and nine miles wide, the main island is home to an amazing number of historical sites dating back to Neolithic times: UNESCO World Heritage Sites […]
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Vilas County, Wisconsin: Muskies and More


Exploring Vilas County, Wisconsin

Sandra Scott Travels: Start Your Engines – And Head To Watkins Glen


Tower OOC Mc Ds Tower DavisTowerAd CNY Jewelry Tower Search for: CNY Jewls Box null Shapiro Box Racing and more in Watkin’s Glen NY

Where in the World is Sandra Scott


Shanghai information and do-not miss (column runs in each issue- online version only available to subscribers.)

10 Tips to Chase Away the Winter Blues


Roundup of things to do in Central NY to escape the winter

Exploring the Waterways of New York State


A cruise from Montreal to New York City via canals and Hudson River

Cruise From Marvelous Mandalay to Beautiful Bagan


Pandaw luxury cruise on the Irrawaddy

Locks, Legends, and Canals


Exploring the waterways of New York State

Published Books (2)

Mexico: The 20th Town in the 20th Century


Local history book about the Town of Mexico, New York

Mexico Memories


A collection of memories by residents of Mexico, New York covering 200 years.

Global Writes (10)

Cruising on the Mekong Explorer

Cruising on the Mekong Explorer

Like many Americans, when I hear the word “Mekong” I get an image that comes from movies dealing with the Vietnam War. For me those images are banished forever. After my 8-day cruise on the Mekong Explorer I now know the Mekong River between Vientiane, the capital of Lao, and […]

Un-Cruising in Hawaii

Un-Cruising in Hawaii

The Un-Cruise’s Safari Explorer is for people like me, who never had the urge to go on a cruise ship that resembled a huge floating resort village. On my first trip to Hawaii I wanted to see as many of the islands as possible with a focus on the wildlife […]

Sri Lanka: A Gem with Many Facets

Sri Lanka: A Gem with Many Facets

After years of civil war, peace has arrived in Sri Lanka and so have the tourists. Why? Because, Sri Lanka is home to eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites, an array of beaches and exotic animals — plus it’s affordable and the English-speaking people are friendly. All of this is packed […]

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Exploring New York’s Erie Canal

Exploring New York’s Erie Canal

The Erie Canal is a New York State treasure. In the early 1800s when New York governor DeWitt Clinton proposed building a canal that would connect the navigable Hudson River to Lake Erie by a 300-mile canal through the wilderness, Thomas Jefferson said, “It is a splendid project and may […]

Visiting Myanmar’s Capital is No Longer Restricted

Visiting Myanmar’s Capital is No Longer Restricted

My husband and I have visited Myanmar six times. We have been to Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Lake Inle, Kalaw and Maurk U; each year we ended with at Amazing Resort in Ngapali Beach. I had read and heard about the new Myanmar capital of Nay Pyi Taw where construction started […]

A Culinary Adventure Along Alabama’s Gulf Shore

A Culinary Adventure Along Alabama’s Gulf Shore

The gulf coast of Alabama is a foodie’s dream come true. After exploring the sites of Mobile, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, head to one of these great restaurants. Each one is unique and features music on a regular basis. Foodies not accustomed to dining on Southern comfort food are […]

Discover Detroit’s Diversity

Discover Detroit’s Diversity

True or false? Detroit makes cars. False. Detroit does not make cars – people do. The people who came from all over the United States and around the world looking in search of the American dream by working for the car industry have made Detroit a fascinating tourist destination. Founded […]

The Northern Marianas: America’s Undiscovered Pacific Paradise

The Northern Marianas: America’s Undiscovered Pacific Paradise

One of America’s treasures is little known to statesiders. Most Americans do not realize that the beautiful islands of the Northern Mariana Islands are part of the American family. Located in the Pacific Ocean east of the Philippines, they are the “everything” destination, with beautiful beaches, fascinating Chamarro culture and […]

Hot Springs, Arkansas is Spa-tacular

Hot Springs, Arkansas is Spa-tacular

People looking for a relaxing place to rejuevnate have been gathering in Hot Springs, Arkansas long before the Europeans arrived in the Americas. Native Americans met in the peaceful valley to enjoy the healing properties of the thermal spring and declared it neutral ground. Many places claim to be “America’s […]

Living Life in the Past Lane

Living Life in the Past Lane

Houseboating on the Erie Canal is the perfect multi-generation vacation. It turns a fun vacation into a learning adventure. You don’t need your own boat…