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Sep 29, 2014

Voyager of the Seas Makes History – The First Cruise Ship To Dock At Falmouth, Jamaica

Posted by in Royal Caribbean Cruise

By Prem Chadeesingh Falmouth, in the parish of Trelawny, Jamaica, erupted in a carnival-like atmosphere as hundreds of locals turned out to greet the arrival of the first cruise ship to dock at the newly constructed pier. The cruise liner, Voyager of the Seas, made history as it pulled into port at about 8:00 AM […]


Sep 29, 2014

Oahu, Hawaii Day Trip

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips

By Christian Wilson Waikiki Beach is a great place if you like to watch people and it is a great vantage point to view Diamond Head, Oahu’s signature landmark. There are beautiful, less crowded beaches on Oahu that both offer swimming, sunbathing on white sand. Lanikai Beach is on Oahu’s windward side and features breathtaking […]


Sep 17, 2014

Pearl Harbor Tour

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips

By: Kani Amea Pearl Harbor has risen to become the most visited spot on Oahu Island. A Pearl Harbor tour will let you reflect and appreciate the events which occurred on the historic day of December 7, 1941.Touring Pearl Harbor can be one of the most exhilarating adventures of your life. You will get to […]


Sep 10, 2014

Los Angeles Attractions – The Sights and Sounds of LA

Posted by in Travel Tips

By Arjun Collier If you are planning to go and visit LA, it becomes apparent that there are so many sights and places to visit that you can’t possibly do it in a matter of days. There are just too many attractions to see and visit. Of course, this doesn’t mean however that you can’t […]


Sep 3, 2014

Overview Of Las Vegas Buffets

Posted by in Las Vegas Travel Tips

By: Michael McDougall Since the first buffet opened at the El Rancho in the early 1940’s (all-you-can-eat, for a dollar, from midnight through 5:00am), there have been Buffets in Las Vegas. Over the years the buffets have evolved and improved their offerings. There are now over 40 hotels in Las Vegas that offer buffets, and […]


Aug 27, 2014

Taking Hawaii Submarine Tours

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips

By Jason Hobbs Hawaii is definitely the place to go for adventure. Of course there is sunbathing, guided tours and extravagant shows, but Hawaii has a lot to offer for those who like a physical challenge or extreme adventure. There is rock climbing, deep sea diving, horseback riding, para sailing, hiking, helicopter rides, whale watching […]


Aug 20, 2014

16 Important Hawaii Travel Preparation Tips

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips
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By Jim Dornfeld Traveling to Hawaii for the first time can be hectic and exciting at the same time. Knowing what to pack and what to leave home can make a big difference in the quality of your vacation. These preparation tips will help you stay calm and arrive prepared for an unforgettable Hawaiian vacation. […]


Aug 20, 2014

Cruising on Celebrity Cruise Lines

Posted by in Celebrity Cruise

By W Tsang Celebrity Cruise lines is among the youngest cruising companies in the world, yet it is already recognized as one of the best service providers in the industry. In fact, critics and passengers use the fleet of ships from Celebrity cruise lines as the standard in measuring other ships’ performance. Most people think […]


Aug 13, 2014

Four Top Alaskan Cruise Departure Points – Experience the Rewarding Enjoyment

Posted by in Alaska Cruise

By Alicia McWilliams The start of an Alaskan cruise vacation is always going to take place at a beginning port of call. There are four of these places that are used as Alaskan cruise departure points. These are Seattle, Vancouver, Anchorage and Seward. They are all places that are used as departure points for their […]


Aug 6, 2014

Top 4 Must-Visit Places in Melbourne

Posted by in Travel Tips

By Larry Jamieson Melbourne is often described as the most European of Australian cities. As a tourist staying in Melbourne hotels are often the best starting point in deciding which tourist attractions to visit. The hotel concierge will have many suggestions for you but you may still want a few pointers before you decide. All […]


Jul 30, 2014

Top 10 Things to do in Las Vegas, Nevada

Posted by in Las Vegas Travel Tips

By: Harry Las Vegas, Nevada is a high-rolling city full of bright lights and double downs. It is the gambling capital of the United States, but there is also much more to do in Las Vegas. The city is full of attractions and events the will delight and entertain the whole family. 1. Lied Discovery […]


Jul 30, 2014

Los Cabos – Mexico’s Most Spectacular Destination

Posted by in Mexico Travel Destinations

By Rob Walters Los Cabos is Mexico’s fastest growing destination for “la buena Vida”-the good life we crave. The Cabo San Lucas area has it all: an assortment of lodging options, a full array of water and land activities, golf and tennis, relaxing spas, galleries and shopping, beautiful beaches, and great night life and restaurants. […]


Jul 23, 2014

21 Reasons to Visit Hawaii

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips

By Carson Tien Hawaii is amid the most stunning and active state in the union territory. It is among the most wonderful and peaceful places on the earth to live. Here are 21 reasons for you to visit Hawaii: Hawaii is a superb place for your health. After all, health is the most important thing. […]


Jul 16, 2014

Mexico Beaches – Puerto Vallarta and Ensenada

Posted by in Mexico Gay Travel

By Richard Chapo With shores on two oceans, Mexico is a beach lover’s paradise. Here’s a primer on two of the beach areas, Puerto Vallarta and Ensenada Puerto Vallarta Considered a poor man’s Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta lies in the middle of the Bahia de Banderas, a huge bay. The beach is long and nice while […]


Jul 9, 2014

6 Cruise Destinations You Don’t Want to Miss

Posted by in Cruise Tips

By Donna R Davis If the economy has you rethinking that road trip across the United States, then turn your thoughts to the high seas. With food and lodging included in the ticket price, cruising the high seas has never been a better bargain. Western Caribbean Consider a five-night cruise to the Western Caribbean. Starting […]


Jul 2, 2014

Tax-Free Shopping

Posted by in Travel Tips

By Helen Jackson In Western Europe at doors of many shops is possible to see a badge “tax-free for tourists”. It means that having done shopping in such a shop, you can essentially save money. The system of “tax-free shopping ” (TFS) is based on that in the European Union exist established rule: if you […]


Jul 2, 2014

Top 4 Las Vegas Buffets – Tips and Reviews of the Absolute Best Buffet Dining in Las Vegas Resorts

Posted by in Las Vegas Food & Drinks

By Greg Parsons Las Vegas buffets originated in the late 1940’s as a way for Las Vegas casinos and hotels to attract visitors for for staying and gambling in their casinos. The hotel/casinos treated their buffets as a loss leader, willing to trade the small buffet losses for massive profits on the gambling divisions of […]


Jun 25, 2014

Gay Travel Guide – Xel-Ha

Posted by in Mexico Gay Travel

By Ricardo D Argence Many years before, the city of Xel-Ha was known to be a very important place as all the Mayan people came together where they performed certain dances and rituals in order to respect their Gods – the Gods of Mayan mythology. But a lot has changed. These days, Xel-Ha is one […]


Jun 18, 2014

Packing For Hawaii – How To Make The Most Of What’s In Your Suitcase

Posted by in Hawaii Travel Tips

By: Stephanie Coburn Making vacation plans for Hawaii probably has you searching all your favorite stores for the best tropical inspired clothing of the season, however packing for a Hawaiian vacation requires more than simply picking out tropical themed clothing. In fact, to properly pack for Hawaii you need to consider not only the weather, […]


Jun 11, 2014

Tips for First Time Cruisers

Posted by in Cruise

By:  Amy Nutt Cruise holidays are becoming more and more popular these days. Actually, with the hectic lifestyles that many people are leading these days, cruise trips are a great option for them to take a break from the pressures of their work life. These trips are tailored to offer great relaxation and entertainment to […]


Jun 4, 2014

Norwegian Epic Cruise Ship Review

Posted by in Cruise Ship Reviews

By Thomas Coiro I was invited to attend the exclusive 2-night (July 2 – 3, 2010) pre-inaugural sailing for NCL’s newest and largest ship, the Norwegian Epic. Departing from NY City, the sailing began with the ship’s naming ceremony, which was hosted by comedian Jeff Garlin and featured the ship’s godmother, Reba McEntire. Adding to […]


May 28, 2014

Luxury Alaskan Cruises Are Growing In Popularity

Posted by in Alaska Cruise

By Virginia Morgan In the last ten years, luxury Alaskan cruises have become one of the most popular types of vacations for many different kinds of travelers. From retirees to young families, Alaska cruises are becoming one of the most requested types of travel for many travel agencies. And when you look at all the […]


May 21, 2014

Traveling With Kids on Cruises

Posted by in Cruise Tips

By John Mcgough Traveling on cruises is always interesting and fascinating, as it represents the sheer lavishness and pleasure voyage. But when it comes to traveling with kids on the cruise liners, the situation becomes bit dicey. Kids are always notorious and hence there are lot many things which are required to consider while taking […]


May 14, 2014

Gay Travel Guide – Xcaret

Posted by in Mexico Gay Travel

By Ricardo D Argence The Cancun area is a popular spot for gay and Lesbian travelers. It may be the beautiful beaches full of hot bodies and friendly people or the rainbow-friendly nightspots that attract them, but of all of the gay travel destinations around the world, Cancun is one of the most popular. Anybody […]


May 7, 2014

Fly Coach in Comfort – And Find the Best Economy Class Flight to Travel

Posted by in Airline Travel Tips

By Amanda Nauru Ryan For many people, traveling both for pleasure as well as business has become the norm. But with struggling airlines slashing services and charging for amenities like food, checked luggage and exit-row seating, it seems that we all will have to suffer the miserable indignities of flying coach for the sake of […]