Archive for June 2006

All Inclusive Resort in Puerto Vallarta Mexico by Jenifer Bartholomew

Published by Chris Harvey June 30, 2006

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico is a favorite among tourists who want to enjoy all that the Caribbean has to offer from the sun-dappled beaches of its many islands to the clear, blue waters that surround them. The number of things you can do here at Puerta Vallarta is incredible. In fact, you can spend a whole […]

Some Practical Tips on Packing For Your Trip by Rick Chapo

Published by Chris Harvey June 29, 2006

Every year, millions of people take a break from the rat race by taking a trip. Unfortunately, most people pack much of the rat race and take it along with them! Some Practical Tips on Packing For Your Trip You have finally made time to take that trip. Perhaps you are heading to a lake […]

Disney Vacations by Jennifer Weiss

Published by Chris Harvey June 28, 2006

When it’s time to pack up the kids and head out to a vacation destination, try the classic and always entertaining Disney area. Here, children can revel in the pure, unadulterated excitement of simply being a kid, and adults can be swept back to a time when life was simple and uncomplicated. A vacation to […]

Destination Weddings and Honeymoons. by Judy Wilson

Published by Chris Harvey June 27, 2006

Many couples are foregoing the traditional idea of a wedding for an intimate destination wedding. A destination wedding or “weddingmoon” a term coined by Sandals Resort, combines the wedding, reception and honeymoon together in one location. Destination weddings are perfect for couples with family and friends scattered around the country. If most of your guests […]

Cheap Flights & How To Find Them by Angela Pruder

Published by Chris Harvey June 26, 2006

If you are looking for cheap flights, the internet is the best place to shop. Before the world wide web, travel agents were the only ones who could help us to find cheap flights and hotels. But now, the internet allows regular people to find their own great deals on accommodations and transportation. The best […]

Virtual Walks of Europe – A Unique Travel Experience by Wayne Jacobs

Published by Chris Harvey June 23, 2006

In June of 1999, Kathi and I took a Globus tour of Italy – their “Italian Mosaic.” Before leaving for the trip, I borrowed a Steadicam Jr. from a good friend in Los Angeles who is a film editor. I wanted to use it with my home video camera to shoot better quality home movies […]

Japanese Garden of Monaco by Laura Ciocan

Published by Chris Harvey

Have you ever seen an authentic Japanese garden? Well, I had the chance of seeing the one in Monaco and was really impressed too. Wanna taste a little Japanese culture? Stepping on this ground is escaping from the real world into a fantasy land. You suddenly find yourself in a typical Japanese natural setting like […]

Turbulence Or A Smooth Ride? You Decide. by Pat Graham-Block and Elon Block

Published by Chris Harvey

Why is it that 2 people can use the same airport, the same airline and even be on the exact same flight, and have 2 totally different stories about their trip?  Is it all about attitude? Well…sort of. It’s about our expectations and is influenced by visualization. We have a vision of what we will […]

Mount of God by Liana Metal

Published by Chris Harvey

Mount of God, Pandokrator for the local people, is the tallest peak on the green island of Kerkyra (Corfu for the non Greek), and is situated in the northern part of the Ionian Sea , between the Greek mainland and Albania and Italy. The mountain was named after God, Who is pandokrator, that is to […]

Our House Hunting Experiences in Andalucia Spain by Geoff Forster

Published by Chris Harvey

Montefrio, Granada Province We fell in love with a property in Montefrio Granada. We checked by phone if it was still for sale, flew out two days later only to find it had been sold six months earlier! The company was www.propertynetworkspain.com … it is hard to find an excuse for their trying to mislead […]