Travel Planning

A Guide to Turkey’s Turquoise Coast

September 3, 20170 Comments

Why Sail the Turkish Riviera? Also known as the Turquoise Coast, this stunning patch of the Mediterranean sea hosts sights of incomparable natural beauty and a refreshing retreat during Turkey’s hot summer months. Backed by the Taurus Mountain range the coastline is made up of rugged hills, lush pine forests and sheer cliffs that plunge […]

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Top 5 Qualities To Look For In Your First Travel Trailer

June 30, 20170 Comments

If you are currently looking to buy your first travel trailer, you’ll be comforted in knowing that a travel trailer is one of the most inexpensive RV options on the market there is. While there an abundance of great travel trailers on the market according to an article on Outdoorsy.com, not all trailers are built […]

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Chile in a Flash

May 26, 20170 Comments

Chile is a beautiful country with its gigantic, radiant blue glaciers and sparkling green forests in the Parque Nacional Del Paine (Towers of Pain). It has unbeatable north coast surfing, the mystical attraction of Rapa Nui (Easter Island). Although granted, it is a good 3,700 km (2,300 miles) to the east of the mainland. Chile […]

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Different ways to tour London

April 20, 20170 Comments

Double decker busses, West End musicals, traditional British pubs and tourist sightseeing, whatever you are looking for, England’s capital has something to offer. The best way to get to know London is by learning from the experts and taking a guided tour. From visitors only in town for a few days to a London locale […]

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Paris – Day One Itinerary

January 18, 20160 Comments

We sit here in our lounge on a drab rainy Monday afternoon in January worrying about our waistlines following an overindulgent Christmas getting morose until we decided to think of something to do about it.  We wanted to lift our spirits and work out how we can shift a few pounds in the process.  Did we […]

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