As Americans, we think primarily of our 4th of July, but other countries celebrate independence too. And as the weather starts to chill, why not visit the island Rihanna calls home, Barbados, and celebrate a whole month of festivities in a tropical paradise?
Just having returned from two weeks in France, I thought I’d share with you some things I wish I’d known, some things I’m glad I knew, and some things that surprised me.
It’s summer vacation time and maybe you haven’t planed your trip yet or maybe you’re about to depart. For the “Secrets Every Smart Traveler Should Know” we went to Condé Nast Traveler for The Perrin Report to help us get the best deals:
I first read about “mythical” Palos Verdes years ago in a bestselling book about a teenage heroine who delves into surfing to bury the heartbreak of a family falling apart. I say mythical because the picture painted by the author of this California coast was incredibly beautiful.
For most guys, vacation is a conflicting thing. First off, we can’t totally relax. Stress about the email the boss sent an hour before we left, a project deadline rapidly creeping up and phone calls we still have to return plague us. But then there’s vacation sex.
Good news–luxury honeymoon packages provided by the vacation specialists are tailored and customized to cater to the diverse needs of couples and other guests.
Thinking of a summer vacation and worried that you waited too long to book that house or condo? Fear not. In the most popular vacation destinations, supply outweighs demand. And the closer you get to high season, the more agents and owners are scrambling to fill houses.
Go by yourself!
Finding time to travel can be challenging enough without putting your hopes on a convenient date for family or friends.
Now that the holidays have passed and you’ve had a chance to settle in for the year of 2013, why not make good on those New Year’s resolutions. If you added “travel more” to your resolution list, it’s time to make your list.
According to mashable.com, these are the tops apps you’ll need if you are spending your spring semester studying abroad. Make sure you check out the multi-band world phones available through your US carriers and the “international roaming” rate while overseas so you’re not spending an arm and a leg.
Holiday season is the most stressful time of year to travel. Between airport traffic, extremely long ticket counter lines and taking off almost all your clothes at security screening, you might think going home for the holidays is more trouble than it’s worth.