How Do You Say Vegetarian In….
April 29th, 2009

This post was inspired by, you guessed it (or maybe you didn’t), my lunch yesterday. I was eating my salad with ingredients fresh from my local farmers market and it stuck me that despite being vegetarian since the time I was 11 years old, I have never done a post on vegetarian travel (not that […]

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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. chaussons pokemon This warning has been extended to infected areas as well those that are not yet reported to be infected. coque huawei Swine flu screenings have also been instituted at airports and land borders for […]

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Terrifying Tours
April 28th, 2009

I love a good ghost story. I watch ghost hunters, I read “true” ghost stories (if you’ve not read the Myrtles Plantation and are a ghost story fan, I highly recommend it). There is even some legend that the house my parents grew up in is haunted, and though I have never seen or heard […]

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Swine Flu Outbreak
April 27th, 2009

As many people are already aware, coque huawei there has been an outbreak of Swine Flu in Mexico and several cases that have traveled back form Mexico to the US. coque huawei bracelet homme bijoux bracelets As of today (April 27, coque iphone coque samsung 2009), coque samsung iphone hoesje the Center for Disease Control […]

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My Top 10 List
April 26th, 2009

When I tell people that I work in the travel industry, I almost always receive one of three responses (if not all three): 1.What are the “hot” destinations right now? 2. What is (are) your favorite destination(s)? 3. bijoux bague What’s on your list of places to go (presumably for the first time)? While I’m […]

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Vacation Without a Plan?
April 24th, 2009

You have a most likely financial plan. You may have a workout and diet plan. You probably have a plan for many other aspects of your life. Yet when it comes to vacations, people are happy to spend several thousand dollars on a last minute “deal” and hope it will all work out. As a […]

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Travel Myths – Fact or Fiction
April 22nd, 2009

Travel Myth – Fact or Fiction Travel has changed a lot over the years – in some ways for the better, in some ways for the, well, not so much better. Often, these changes are big enough to make it to the general public (most major US carriers now charging for checked luggage, for example). […]

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To Insure or Not to Insure
April 21st, 2009

As a travel planner I have witnessed debate after debate over whether travel insurance is necessary. coque iphone Generally, the travel planners and frequent travelers (or those who have needed to use travel insurance in the past) are on the “pro” side, with most others on the “con” side. chaussons pokemon I was recently working […]

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Alternative Shore Excursions
April 20th, 2009

I attended multiple seminars at the Home Based Agent show which focused on the additional benefits that we can pass on to our clients. Some of these are newer concepts, perhaps driven by the change in airline rules and other industry standards, and some are familiar ones with a different twist. Whatever the case, they […]

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Road Tripping in the Pacific NW
April 14th, 2009

It’s been a while since I’ve gotten to share my personal adventures with everyone -I’ve been home since early June. This coming weekend I’m hitting the road again, literally. coque iphone I’m to the pacific northwest or a week. My sister is getting married in Seattle – that part of the trip is by plane […]

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