Tag: tourists

Check the Cheque


This post will be brief but nonetheless succinct.  The majority of travelers are usually short on the amount of money they have in pocket versus the amount of time they are on vacation.  A fabulous getaway will definitely include bills for: accommodation, meals, entertainment,… Continue Reading “Check the Cheque”

Hurricane Dorian At Your Doorstep


In elementary school, we learned a pithy little saying which we would recite every year to remind us what season it was.  It went like this, “June too soon.  July stand by.  August a must.  September remember.  October all over.”  This little rhyme helped… Continue Reading “Hurricane Dorian At Your Doorstep”

Grounded For Insensitivity


The flight experience for a seasoned or first time traveler can be nerve racking depending on the circumstances.  What causes most of the fear and trepidation is the dislike of air turbulence and unexpected engine troubles, but there is another anomaly that may impact… Continue Reading “Grounded For Insensitivity”

Walking Around Times Square


A girl’s day out is always a fun time, but when there is something to celebrate, that makes it all the more special.  To honor the birthday girl we decided to spend the day in Manhattan.  A Broadway show and dinner at the end… Continue Reading “Walking Around Times Square”

Protracted Summer-itis


The end of summer is looming but it does not have to be a dreaded time.  Surveys have proven people are happier during the summer months and I can understand why.  It is the best time of the year to take a vacation.  There… Continue Reading “Protracted Summer-itis”

Room Check Please


I don’t like snakes.  Plain and simple.  None.  Not even rubber snakes.  This week I read of a woman who woke up in her hotel room to find a garden snake on her arm.  At first thinking it was her husband she suddenly remembered… Continue Reading “Room Check Please”

A Couple Close Calls


As I pull my thoughts together to speak of unwanted surprises I had while traveling, a smile spreads across my face recalling my panic and hysteria at the time.  Essential travel documents like passports and visas are needed to enter foreign countries.  An itinerary… Continue Reading “A Couple Close Calls”

Shared Spaces


Accommodation types have exploded to house the swelling number of travelers in recent times.  From the major hotel chains of yesteryear to the economy inn, we have seen an influx of a variety of lodges that cater not only to the rich or middle… Continue Reading “Shared Spaces”

Bangkok Surprises And Lessons


In retrospect, I consider my trip to Thailand over two decades ago still hilarious and memorable.   One day in particular, my friend and I experienced surprise after surprise while exploring Bangkok.   It was bright and sunny, great for an adventure, so we believed, and… Continue Reading “Bangkok Surprises And Lessons”

Market Strategy


Most tourists like to meander through marketplaces, if not for the view, for the sale they expect to gain.  As an itinerary planner, I often include these venues as places of interest.  Those who like to peregrinate the length and breadth of a city… Continue Reading “Market Strategy”

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