What to do when you miss your Flight?

Life is one big road with lots of signs according to Bob Marley. Sometimes those signs will get you in a jam and have you running late for your flight. Don't fret as you have a few options to get you onto another flight if it's available. A little bit of the airlines...

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London Movies

Have you ever watched a movie and fallen in love with where it took place? I remember the first time I saw Notting Hill with Julia Roberts and deciding for sure that I was going to live in London one day, right there in Notting Hill. And hopefully, meet my version of...

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Yes, you can still travel to Cuba

Wednesday, June 5, 2019, the Trump administration added new restrictions on Americans traveling to Cuba and banned cruises, private yachts, and fishing vessels from docking in Cuba. The Cruise Line International Association said in a statement that the move affected...

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Iceland Destination Guide

History Iceland was the last European country to be settled, mostly by Norsemen in the 9th and 10th centuries. They came mainly from Norway and elsewhere in Scandinavia and from the Norse settlements in the British Isles from where a Celtic element was also...

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Top 10 Things to Do In Iceland

Whale Watching Tour: There are many tours available that allow you to see whales as well as puffins.  You can engage with Naturalists and experience rare sightings that will leave you in awe.  It is best to whale watch in the summer months, preferably April through...

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Early Hotel Check-In and Hotel Late Check-Out?

Most hotel policies charge a fee to check in early and check out late based on availability. Booked an early bird gets the worm flight, excitedly arrive at your hotel at 10 am just to be told "I"m so sorry but your room isn't ready and check-in starts at 3 pm". Don't...

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The Dominican Republic: More Than Just Resorts

The Dominican Republic is on an island that is shared with Hispaniola and Haiti and it sees over 6 million visitors a year. This results in 2 million more than Cuba. This Caribbean destination has a lot more to offer visitors than your run-of-the-mill resorts. ...

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Travel Advisories: Important or Not Important?

The sole purpose is to enable you to make an informed decision about a particular travel destination, and to help you prepare adequately for what may be encountered on your trip. In the United States, travel alerts and warnings are issued by the Department of State...

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How To Rent a Luxury Villa in Jamaica

A villa vacation in Jamaica is unique in that many of our villas come with a full staff (chef, butler, housekeeper, and laundress) included. The friendly staff will treat you with their "No problem, mon" service, where everything you desire is at your beck and call....

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The 4 Best Healing Retreats

The daily responsibilities of adulthood can be draining to the body, mind, and soul. Sometimes we need to restore our energy and put the calm back into our lives with a healing retreat. Todays best healing retreats can include alone time, Ayurveda spa therapies,...

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8 Trips To Book A Year In Advance

With so much technology and thousands of travel agents, it's easy to be spontaneous and book travel at the last minute but some trips require more time and coordination. Trips like island hopping, multi-destination, family gatherings, and safaris should be planned a...

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