What’s New at Chimera Travel?
October 4th, 2011

What’s new at Chimera Travel? A lot, actually.  The summer fueled ideas, creativity and planning, and the result is a fall full of several great new ventures. I figured I’d discuss them in two separate blogs, for length purposes. First, let me say this: don’t worry, Chimera Travel’s travel planning aspect is absolutely not going [...]

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South Korea Keeps Its Cool
June 13th, 2009

When I found out I had the opportunity to make a return visit to South Korea this past month, I was incredibly excited. Seoul is one of my favorite cities and during this trip I would have the chance to visit Busan as well.   Then North Korea started testing missiles and making nuclear threats [...]

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Destination Weddings on the Rise
May 13th, 2009

As a Destination Wedding and Honeymoon Specialist, I work with a lot of excited brides and grooms. One might think that in a rough economy couples would be scaling back on their wedding and honeymoon travel to save this money for the items such as a home, starting a family or just getting back on [...]

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CDC Recommends Against Travel to Mexico
April 28th, 2009

The CDC has just released a statement suggesting that travelers avoid all non-essential travel to Mexico at this time.  This warning has been extended to infected areas as well those that are not yet reported to be infected. Swine flu screenings have also been instituted at airports and land borders for travelers leaving Mexico in [...]

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Swine Flu Outbreak
April 27th, 2009

As many people are already aware, there has been an outbreak of Swine Flu in Mexico and several cases that have traveled back form Mexico to the US. As of today (April 27, 2009), the Center for Disease Control has not advised against travel to Mexico, nor have they imposed any additional limitations on travel [...]

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