A Southern Sense of Place, Part 1

I’ve been musing over my own travels lately. Not a trip to the coast or a week in Washington DC, but life’s travels, a journey unbridled, sublime, risky, and full of historical perspective without the support of cell phones, instant access, and ATMs. Maybe I’ve come to the travel industry honestly. I never really thought Read the full article...

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Great Links!

There are certainly lots of great blogs on traveling. Here’s one I ran across about all the benefits of traveling alone. Enjoy! And thanks, Colin! 71 Ways Your Life Will Change When You Travel Alone            

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Busy Being Shasha Review

Hey AAACKers, While the blog was sponsored the comments were not. Yes, we have the best travel item selection in the business, we made sure of it. And in just the right amounts…if you need more then you should see a health professional. A new item is coming your way: travel duct tape…one small role, Read the full article...

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Cuba – Varadero’s Best

The Hicacos Peninsula, better known as Varadero, is the largest and most popular beach resort in Cuba. Although its white sandy beach is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful in the world, Varadero has much more to offer. Hotel – Melia Las Americas Trip Advisor gives this all-inclusive resort 4.5 stars! Read the full article...

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13 Things You Need to Know About Traveling in Cuba

Taking a trip to Cuba had been on our “short list” for quite some time. We wanted to get there before there was a McDonald’s on every corner. So, once Southwest Airlines started offering flights into Havana, we began making our travel arrangements. The Internet was our friend – we watched every last YouTube video, Read the full article...

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