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How to find the perfect vacation rental in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico!

With an abundance of luxury Puerto Vallarta vacation rentals available in the Banderas Bay area, it can be tough for visitors to find the perfect property. Here, the local villa experts at Villa Experience Mexico come into play: With our in-depth knowledge of the market, the city and the individual properties, we will assist our clients with picking the ideal villa for their dream vacation. As in real estate, “location, location, location” is also key when looking for vacation rentals. We invite to you to tour three magnificent, yet very different properties with us: An expansive, stylish hacienda, close to old…

Cruising on budget for first-time cruisers

You might already know this by now – a cruise package already includes accommodation plus all your food and entertainment, but perhaps what you don’t know as a first-timer are the “on-board extras”, which can add considerable cost to your overall trip. The cruise ship’s revenue also depends on their luxurious drinks, spa facilities, “specialty” meals and unique activities, so there are a plethora of ways in which cruise companies can make you part with your cash. In any case, being a budget-conscious cruiser doesn’t need to be a matter of insistent saving and scrimping. Here are a couple of…

Classically Canadian – Destinations Not To Miss In The Great White North

Source Most people the world over have grand dreams of travelling to Canada, and for good reason. The second largest country in the world, Canada is home to several beautiful regions of differing natural wonders and beautiful scenery that draw visitors year after year. Luckily many countries offer reasonable rates to various cities within the larger realm of Canada, including Toronto and Calgary and you can even fly to Vancouver from many places within Europe. Read ahead for three fantastic things to do while visiting western Canada that you shouldn’t miss. Drumheller, AB This unique place in southern Alberta, about…

A Guide to the Top Five Ski Destinations in Europe

Europe offers some of the best skiing in the world, with a range from extreme, challenging runs to bunny hills often available in the same location. The following is an overview of the top five such destinations. Source 1. Chamonix, France Located in the southeastern France close to the Austrian border, this multifaceted mountainous region offers a total of five skiing areas including a 13-mile glacial valley schuss and a 2,600-foot couloir accessible by rappel. Among these reasons for choosing ski holidays in France, there is a highly active town amidst it all, accommodation to suit various tastes and budgets,…

Been There, Done That: Learning from the Experience of Battle-Hardened Travel Warriors

There are a couple of ways you can improve your travel experience, either find out the hard way yourself what not to do and what you really need to next time to make the trip more successful, or you can take the shortcut and learn from some battle-hardened travel warriors who already seen and done it all. Assuming you would rather learn from other people’s mistakes and experiences to avoid a few unnecessary dramas, here are some pointers and tips to remember the next time you are heading for the skies. It starts with a checklist There are too many…

A Closer Look At Universal Studios Best Rides

Universal Studios in Florida is one of the world’s most exciting theme parks and one which sees hundreds of thousands of people each year walk through their gates for some movie themed adventure. For many years Universal Studios was a theme park on its own before converting into a complex in 1999 with the addition of the Islands of Adventure park. On offer in both parks are some incredible rides for all ages which will thrill all visitors and if you are heading to Florida this year then Universal should definitely be on your list of places to go, you…

Is Business Class Better than First Class?

Source If you’re planning to fork out the extra money to fly premium then you may be wondering whether it’s worth going the whole hog and buying a First Class ticket, or whether you should stick to Business Class on your international flight. To help you decide, let’s take a look at the main differences between First and Business: Getting to the airport Some airlines, like Emirates and Etihad, will offer chauffeur-driven cars for both First Class and Business Class customers, while others will strictly reserve this for First Class customers. The chauffeur-driven car will whisk you from your home…

Avoid These Blunders When Traveling

Traveling is one of the best ways to de-stress. It allows you to breathe and take a break from your demanding career, even for just a while. However, if you’re not careful, you may end up ruining your holiday. Whether you enjoy taking weekend trips or prefer luxury vacations, it is important to know what things you should and should not do when you’re going on a vacation. Read on to learn more about the common travel blunders that you should be aware of so you can avoid them. Common Travel Mistakes Here are the best ways to ruin a…

Take A Break From The Cold This Winter And Enjoy The Top Warm Destinations

With winter comes cold and with that cold you sometimes get longing for the sunny days of summer. For some people, especially those who live in areas that get very cold during the winter, it is always nice to escape the cold for a few days or weeks. When the snow starts falling on the ground you will find that there are many beautiful destinations around the world that are sunny all year round that allow you the chance enjoy a nice holiday filled with plenty of warmth. Winter Sun in the City When you go on a holiday to Dubai, you…

How I’ve Made a Living Online

I never really applied myself at school and came out of education without a college degree, something which I thought would hold me back. Because of my lack of education and lack of really knowing what I wanted to do in life, I ended up working in a super market for the next 10 years. Around 3 years ago I decided that enough was enough and I wanted to improve my life. I had a chance meeting with an old school buddy of mine, Michael Eckhardt Tucson, who started telling me about how he was making a great living online.…