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Flea Market Gems Around the World

By | April 18th, 2017|Family, General, Solo, Summer, Warm Countries|

It's okay. We know. You're not alone. You desperately want a cool warehouse of fun, edgy accessories and furniture like Joanna Gaines from television's Fixer Upper. You're with your tribe. You can go just about anywhere in the world, and, if you know where to look for the local flea market, you can find funky, [...]

Kids and Scuba Diving | From a Child’s Perspective

By | February 27th, 2017|Family, Road Trip, Summer, Warm Countries|

I woke up to the sound of the alarm. Normally if I hear an alarm I either just turn it off or throw a pillow at it, sometimes even both for good measure. But not today. The second I heard the alarm clock I jumped out of bed and shook my mom. “WAKE UP!!!!!”. [...]

Lounge Chair Hogs!

By | February 6th, 2017|Family, General, Travel Tip, Uncategorized, Warm Countries|

Finally, you're on a long needed vacation in a beautiful, warm country separated from all the little worries of your life. After sleeping in and enjoying a nice breakfast, you decide to head poolside to soak up some sun. Surprisingly, the pool area seems relatively empty for 10am. You should have no trouble finding a [...]

Penang National Park, Malaysia

By | November 8th, 2016|General, Warm Countries|

With the distinction of being the world's smallest national park, Penang National Park (also known as Pantai Acheh Forest Preserve) boasts an astonishing range of diversity both in terrain and among its plants and animals. With 417 types of plants and 143 animals, Penang is easily the most biodiverse portion of Malaysia – no visit [...]

What to Bring When Visiting Barcelona, Spain

By | October 26th, 2016|General, Travel Tip, Warm Countries|

Barcelona, Spain is a wonderful city that is a must-see on your travels. The city is located just a few hours from the French Border and has a mixture of cultures just within the one city. Something that you may not know is that the region of Barcelona’s dominant language is not even Spanish, it's [...]

Three Little-Known Florida Beaches

By | September 8th, 2016|Family, General, Road Trip, Summer, Warm Countries|

Anyone can make a list of the best beaches in Florida. The key to using those lists, however, is understanding what makes a beach great. For some, lots of activity on the beach makes a beach great. For others, the chance to enjoy quiet, unspoiled seascapes is what makes a beach desirable. In Florida, you [...]

The Wonders of Wellington, NZ

By | June 10th, 2016|General, Solo, Summer, Warm Countries|

Consistently ranking in the top ten of travel destination lists, Wellington, New Zealand , though small for a capital city, is a decidedly big destination. With mountains in the background and a craggy coastline on the forefront, Wellington is situated perfectly to provide a memorable vacation for everyone from movie buffs to foodies to those [...]

Why Hiring the Right Person Can Boost Business in Our Social World

By | March 23rd, 2016|Solo, Summer, Warm Countries|

Two years ago I was in Perth, Australia for a conference. While there, I decided to get my scuba certification. I mean how cool is it to get certified on a business trip in Australia! Before I left I researched a number of dive companies and finally picked IndiDive. As far as I’m concerned, Pete [...]

3 Unforgettable Scuba Vacation Destinations

By | March 14th, 2016|General, Solo, Summer, Warm Countries|

Accessible to just about everyone, scuba diving is fast becoming a driving force for people making vacation plans. You can acquire basic certification just about anywhere in the World. Once you know the basics, you are ready for ever-increasing adventures. Talk to any experienced scuba diver and you'll talk to a person with incredible travel [...]

A Spooky Southern Sojourn | Haunted Savannah

By | February 10th, 2016|General, Road Trip, Solo, Warm Countries|

Looking for a long weekend destination that combines southern hospitality, historic charm, outstanding food and a chance to run into a ghost? You're in luck – Savannah offers all of this and more! Settled in 1733 Savannah is Georgia's oldest city and is still it's most important port. Savannah has played an important role throughout [...]

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