Packing It All In A Personal Item Bag

It is possible to vacation with only a 16x14x12-inch bag. So get out your ruler, start packing and prepare to dodge those carry-on baggage fees! Use Your Pockets Use a jacket or sweatshirt with large pockets since you will need to remove your jacket at security. Make the most of the pockets by packing any items you’ll […]

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Safari in Africa in Comfort

Southern Africa has some of the best safaris and luxury lodges.  So if you want a safari go to Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana.  In Zambia authorities have expressed optimism that the country will be able to capture the targeted 1 million tourists arrivals. Zambia Now considered yellow fever free, Zambia is now easily accessible for […]

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The Caribbean continues to be the most popular cruise destination industry-wide, accounting for more than a third of the cruise business globally. An estimated 60% of cruise passengers are repeaters, which heightens the need for the Caribbean to constantly re-invent itself and for cruise lines to find or create new ports of call that are […]

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Puerto Rico – A Caribbean Gem

Puerto Rico is considered by some as the best island in the Caribbean and others as the best destination for weddings. The island offers a large variety of recreational options that range from coastal spots and ocean activities to the inland adventures found beyond their shores. Explore Puerto Rico’s beautiful landscapes, hundreds of years of history, […]

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Princess Cruises Offers a Cruise for Romance Lovers

Attention romance lovers!  Princess Cruises has teamed up with Amazon’s online romance community Kindle Love Stories to offer guests three free, original stories to enjoy during their cruise vacations and special sailings with bestselling romance authors. The short love stories, written by well-known authors Carolyn Brown, Heather Burch and Barbara Longley, were inspired by their […]

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Guests sailing Norwegian Cruise Line will now find it harder to remove the daily service charge from their onboard accounts, this according a story published this morning by CruiseCritic. Previously cruisers could have the daily service charge removed at their request by visiting the Guest Relations desk. Now guests will be required to pay the daily service […]

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I developed my love for travel as a child when my family would visit Greece every three years for two to three months to visit my grandparents.  Visiting in Europe allowed me to see other countries and sites.  A good nickname for me would be Aliti, which in Greek means wanderer or vagabond.  I have […]

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If you love to write or tell a story, why not blog.  Blogging is a great way to tell people about your travels, your life, your inspirations and your successes.  It’s easy and it could become a means for financial benefit.  Ever thought of blogging for someone else?  You can be a guest blogger for […]

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A great way to see Greece is to combine a cruise of the beautiful Greek islands and a bus tour of the mainland.  You’ll see the picturesque blue roofs of Santorini, the windmills of Mykonos and the butterfly valley of Rhodes. Then you can take a fantastic escorted tour of the mainland and see the […]

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