Overview of Ireland
Ireland, often called the Emerald Isle, is one of my favorite destinations. With only a six hour flight from the east coast, traveling to Ireland is much easier than you think. With its beautiful landscapes and rich history, it isn’t surprising that Ireland is a destination with something for everyone.
Clients of the Month - Bill and Marilyn
October's Clients of the Month are Bill and Marilyn. They are both small business owners - Bill in finance and Marilyn in publishing. They are well-traveled and working their way through their bucket lists. They have not only booked trips with me for their personal vacations, but they have also traveled with me on my hosted trip to the Galapagos and will be joining my group in Egypt in a few days. They are a perfect example of the type of people that I love to travel with - they are fun and funny, are easy-going, and have an adventurous spirit!
Why You Should Visit Cape Town
Going on an African Safari is something that many people dream of, and for good reason. You have the opportunity to get up and personal with lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards and cape buffalo (otherwise known as “The Big Five”) in their natural habitats. Who can resist that?
If you are going on a South African safari, then Cape Town is a great place to start your trip. Not only is it easier to get over your jet lag there, versus jumping right into early morning safari game drives, but it’s a beautiful city with lots to see and do.
Anyone who has traveled across time zones knows the foggy, headachy, dragging feeling of jet lag. It’s awful, and it can interfere with productivity and enjoyment on any trip. Especially if you have a somewhat limited time — say, a week in London — jet lag can cut into the fun of half your trip. Extra especially if you are one of the people that it affects more than others - just ask my boyfriend!