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Top 3 Reasons Why Cruising and All-Inclusive Resorts are Perfect for Families and Multi-Generational Trips

  With families and generations living far away from each other now more than ever, the opportunity to spend quality time is at a premium.  More and more families are realizing that pictures posted on social media aren’t enough to replace the one on one time that travel can offer multiple generations. Families that travel[...]
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Should I Splurge for a Private Game Reserve When Visiting Kruger National Park?

  Which is better? Kruger National Park Self-Drive or Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve Bush Experience One of the largest game reserves in Africa, Kruger National Park is a top pick. Depending on where you decide to stay for safari, you’ll likely fly to Phalaborwa Airport, Hoedspruit Eastgate Airport or Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMI).[...]
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Rovos Rail: A Relaxing Journey Back in Time

                                    Rovos Rail is a unique privately-owned family oriented railway company started by Rohan Vos.  Although every detail related to this train is luxurious, it is never flashy, always comfortable, non-pretentious and so cleverly brings yesteryear nostalgia into[...]
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Cape Town: The Mother City

  Known as the “Mother City”, the coastal city of Cape Town, South Africa is truly a breath of fresh air. In the short amount of time I got to spend there, I found the natural scenery absolutely breathtaking, wildlife abundant for watching, history fascinating and world-class restaurants and wines that left me wishing there[...]
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You Don’t Need to Be Rich to Travel

Ok, in all seriousness, who hasn’t felt this way at some point?  I get asked all the time how I travel as much as I do and my answer is not as complex as many seem to think it should be, it’s rather simple: I save. Even after going down to one income (yes, starting[...]
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The Year of Hurricanes and How This Impacts Travel Plans

  For the first time in more than 100 years, we have seen the devastation caused by back-to-back Category 4 (or higher) hurricanes.  Thoughts and prayers are still with everyone impacted and huge thanks to everyone that has come together to support those devastated by the hurricanes impact. I’ve received a lot of questions regarding[...]
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