Unique Vacation Ideas

Wild Summer Nights on the Islands of Croatia – Europe’s New Party Hot Spot

Wild Summer Nights on the Islands of Croatia – Europe’s New Party Hot Spot

Wild Summer Nights: Take A Look At Europe’s New Party Capital, The Best Croatian Islands for 24/7 Entertainment. Move over Ibiza! Croatia’s coastline is full of great party destinations; the country is especially popular among young tourists, who are attracted by its clubs, beach bars and music festivals held all over Dalmatia and Istria. Still, there are two islands especially known for great parties which last virtually the entire summer – Pag and Hvar.

August 12, 2015 | By More
Discover The Magical Island of  Koh Mook Thailand

Discover The Magical Island of Koh Mook Thailand

Picture in your mind an island paradise that features sprawling sheer rock cliffs, dense tropical jungles, and pristine white sand beaches. What you are picturing is the reality in Koh Mook, an island off the coast of Thailand, just a stone’s throw away from the popular tourist islands of Koh Kradang and Koh Ngai.

While there are dozens of wonderful islands off the coastlines of Thailand, perhaps none is as special as Koh Mook. It’s a magical, mysterious place where every trip will bring you different wild and wonderful experiences. Locals say that you can visit Koh Mook a dozen times and never see the same island twice.

July 15, 2015 | By More

Good To Know

Nine Ways To Tour Sydney Without Going Broke

Nine Ways To Tour Sydney Without Going Broke

9 Ways To Save Money While Having A Great Time in Sydney

Sydney is known as one of the most amazing cities in the world, and also one of the most expensive. When visiting Australia, Sydney is a can’t-miss destination, but you don’t necessarily have to break the bank while there. Here are a few tips to help save money while you’re visiting Sydney.

August 31, 2015 | By More
Guide To Dresden, The Most Beautiful City On The Elbe River

Guide To Dresden, The Most Beautiful City On The Elbe River

Discover Dazzling Dresden, Germany – The most beautiful city on the Elbe River.

Dresden is undeniably one the most beautiful cities in Germany, many would say the most beautiful, it sparkles with baroque majesty that will leave you feeling you’ve arrived in a very special place. Lying right at the heart Germany’s Saxony region and just 30 miles from the Czech border, Dresden is separated into two parts lying either side of the River Elbe.

August 21, 2015 | By More

Just Back Trip Reports

Rafting Royal Gorge in Colorado, A Day To Remember For A Lifetime

Rafting Royal Gorge in Colorado, A Day To Remember For A Lifetime

Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to raft underneath one of the highest suspension bridges in the world? Have you and your friends been planning on taking a vacation and want something more exciting than just laying on the same old beach? Well, in terms of raw entertainment, rafting the Arkansas River in Colorado through Royal Gorge is the best distraction from the typical daily grind you and your friends may every experience.

August 14, 2015 | By More
Traveling Inn-to-Inn In Maine Searching for Lobster, Lighthouses & Blueberry Pie!

Traveling Inn-to-Inn In Maine Searching for Lobster, Lighthouses & Blueberry Pie!

Summer brings out the best of Maine and the new Inns-Along-The-Coast association of coastal inns makes it easy to go in search of Lobsters, Lighthouses and Blueberry Pie!

With inns in Kennebunkport, Rockland and Bar Harbor, (a 2 hour drive from each other) it’s a simple task to plan a great one week getaway. Best of all, InnsAlongTheCoast has crafted itinerary suggestions for Food Lovers, Outdoor Adventurers and Art and Culture enthusiasts.

July 7, 2015 | By More

Latest Travel Trends

Delta’s New Carry-On Baggage Policy May Just Be A Winner!

Delta’s New Carry-On Baggage Policy May Just Be A Winner!

Delta has announced a new VIP Carry-On Bag Service that is actually free to use (well for now anyway). If you’re like me, one of the most annoying aspects of flying is arriving at your seat only to find the overhead bin packed full with bags dropped off by folks sitting somewhere else. Hey, isn’t that my bin??? We all know that stowing overhead bags slows down the boarding process and blocks the aisles for everyone.

June 8, 2015 | By More
Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Innkeeper?

Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Innkeeper?

Have you toyed with the idea of owning a Bed and Breakfast someday? Here’s the basics of what you need to be a successful Innkeeper.

Move over Lorelai Gilmore and Bob Newhart, do you think you have what it takes to be an innkeeper? I can’t think of any other profession that combines the knowledge from as many different disciplines as innkeeping does. From cook to concierge, housekeeper to historian, gardener to greeter, mediator to marketer the list goes on and on, so to be successful you need to know your limitations and know when to get help.

May 22, 2015 | By More

Wellness Beyond Borders

Guilt Free Santa Barbara Launches Diabetes-Friendly Menus

Guilt Free Santa Barbara Launches Diabetes-Friendly Menus

California has always been known for promoting healthy eating habits and has helped spread the popularity of granola, sprouts and avocado to the rest of the country. Now the city of Santa Barbara is taking it all one step further with the introduction of GuiltFreeSB, an initiative to make Santa Barbara the most diabetes-friendly destination in the United States.

April 16, 2015 | By More
Say No To Norovirus – How To Avoid Catching A Virus While On A Cruise

Say No To Norovirus – How To Avoid Catching A Virus While On A Cruise

The Dreaded Norovirus – a few simple steps to protect yourself on your cruise.

Norovirus is second to the common cold in reported illnesses and it affects millions of people around the world each year, not just those who like to spend their holidays on large luxurious ships. Here are the best strategies to secure yourself against contracting the nasty norovirus.

March 9, 2015 | By More

Family Travel

FootGolf – The New Way for Families to Go Golfing Together!

FootGolf – The New Way for Families to Go Golfing Together!

There’s a new trend on golf courses around the USA and it doesn’t come with high fees or expensive equipment. In fact, you probably have everything you’ll need to play FootGolf already at home. FootGolf is attracting attention as an ideal activity for families to get out in the sunshine and play together, and makes a great activity while on a family vacation. What is FootGolf, you ask? Take a soccer ball and strategically kick it around a beautiful 18 hole golf course into specially designed 21 inch cups cut into the rough of the course. Simple and fun!

August 4, 2015 | By More
Peru For Families, An Experience You Won’t Soon Forget

Peru For Families, An Experience You Won’t Soon Forget

Unlock The Mysteries of the Land of the Inca with Your Family – It’s a Journey You Will Always Remember.

The high plains of Peru and Ecuador are rich both culturally and ecologically, and travelling there with your children is probably easier than you may think. It’s important to make a solid plan for the journey, and arrange activities and transportation ahead of time, but the result will be an unforgettable adventure for your family.

July 29, 2015 | By More

Taste Of Our Travels

A Foodie’s Guide to Tasting The Best of Bali on the Cheap

A Foodie’s Guide to Tasting The Best of Bali on the Cheap

A Foodie’s Guide To Tasting Bali on the Cheap!

Just hearing the word “Bali” evokes images of towering palm trees, pristine beaches, tree-covered mountains and alluring Hindu temples. When you start daydreaming about this island paradise, often referred to as the “Island of the Gods”, your mind probably doesn’t extend to Balinese foods – although it should.

August 28, 2015 | By More
9 New England Summer Food Festivals Worth The Road Trip

9 New England Summer Food Festivals Worth The Road Trip

Just because the 4th of July has past, it doesn’t mean Summer festivals in New England are on the wain. There are plenty of warm summer days and over-the-top foodie festivals yet to come. Summer is when the beer and wine really start to flow and seafood of every description is celebrated all across New England. So let’s take a look at some of the best Summer Food Festivals yet to come:

July 23, 2015 | By More

Cruise News

Who’s Cruising To Cuba in 2016?  Nine Companies Say, We’re Ready!

Who’s Cruising To Cuba in 2016? Nine Companies Say, We’re Ready!

The anticipation and excitement from American travelers wanting to be among the first to tour Cuba (after nearly 50 years) is almost palpable. With the recent thawing of relations between Cuba and the United States, travel companies are expecting increasing demand for tours to Cuba from the United States. And while a limited number of People-to-People land tours have been operating in the past two years, 2016 will be the first year that cruise lines enter the mix. Soon U.S. travelers will be able to board a ship in southern Florida and cruise to Cuba. We’ll take a look at which cruise ships are ready to introduce cruises to Cuba in 2016.

August 24, 2015 | By More
Oceania Marina, Ship Review – Lavish Is Just The Beginning

Oceania Marina, Ship Review – Lavish Is Just The Beginning

Last week I had the privilege of visiting the cruise ship, Oceania Marina, while it was docked in Boston Harbor for a one day port call. My invitation came from Road Scholar (formerly Elderhostel), a Boston-based tour company specializing in learning vacations. Road Scholar sets themselves apart in the travel arena by offering in-depth learning experiences, all meals, touring and tipping included pricing, and inspirational travel opportunities worldwide. As part of their Adventures Afloat program, they have contracted with Oceania Cruises to bring the Road Scholar experience aboard a selection of Oceania’s upscale cruises.

May 26, 2015 | By More