Loving the Bike, “Enjoy Your Ride” has become an important part of this site. It’s pretty much a self-explanatory slogan, but the meaning of it goes back quite a while and has a nice little story to it.

Back in 1999, before I was married and had kids, I spent some time living and working on the island of St. Kitts. This was the first time around….a few years later, I lived there for a longer period of time with my family. Back then, I stayed with a friend in a rural part of the island. I didn’t have a car (or trans, as they like to say) so my only method of transportation was by mountain bike. Now the terrain of St. Kitts is not as hilly as some islands, but definitely a whole lot more mountainous than what I grew up with on the Prairies of Canada. So my 40 minute bike commute to the beach where I was working often got a little demanding.

Be flexible, take advantage of deals. There are times when a particular destination or site is either cheaper or more expensive. Find that information and take advantage of it.
Saving Up and Cutting Cost on Trips
If you know how much things cost, where to find deals and what to expect, you’ll be able to budget better. Don’t feel shy to ask hotel staffs, taxi drivers and be friendly with the locals to ask them where they like to eat and drink. Of course, there are mobile applications and websites that help you find the best deal for the money.

When I am not traveling, my time is devoted to my two children. Time at the lake, day trips, sporting events and being with our friends are some of our favorite things to do. Outside of these, I enjoy a good book, cooking, music and writing. Please be sure to follow my blog to hear about some of my extraordinary travel experiences.
My hope is to inspire you to take that luxury vacation you have always dreamt of. Or to tap into your adventurous side, you know you have within you. I’d love to share stories one day of our travels driven by curiosity and experiences, from one traveler to another.

«Peaceful Easy Feeling» is a song written by Jack Tempchin and recorded by the Eagles. It was the third single from the band’s 1972 debut album Eagles. The single reached No. 22 on the charts and is one of the band’s most popular songs. Glenn Frey sings the lead vocal, with Bernie Leadon providing the main harmony vocal (starting in the beginning of the second verse) and Randy Meisner completing this three-part harmony.

Tommy Shannon, the former bass player for Stevie Ray Vaughan, stated that «Peaceful Easy Feeling» was playing on the radio when he found out about the helicopter accident that took Vaughan’s life.We’d sit in front of the picture window and watch the beautiful girls on the bus stop bench and fall in love with them until their bus came. We talked in those days about how love never seems to show up until you stop looking for it. But, as young guys, we were unable to stop looking for love even for one day.

All charges are collected one-way per single flight. If passenger has connecting flight(s), the first boarding point will collect relevant charges also for all connecting flights (multiply all applicable charges by number of flights) until final destination (last destination to which baggage is through-checked).

Any passenger will be charged for excess baggage at the rates applicable for collection at the airport if she/he prepaid for excess baggage in the travel agency, but her/his actual checked baggage weight exceeds the limit she/he prepaid for.

Elegant in a cream silk shirt, impeccable lipstick and freshly coiffed hair-with a hint of punk in her mismatched emerald-and-diamond stud earrings and a nonchalant pavé thumb ring-Silvestri has worked for Bulgari since she was 18 years old. As a young ingénue born and bred in Rome, she went to work for the company as a secretary while studying at university.

«I was studying biology, for love reasons,» explains Silvestri. But not, as it happens, for the love of biology. For the love of a man. Lucia’s inamorato was a doctor and together they had plans to open a practice.

Bored New York office girl Teddy goes to a vacation camp in the Catskill Mountains called Camp Kare Free, for rest and to get away from the noisy, busy, city life and avoid advances from Emil. She meets and at first does not like waiter Chick. She also meets friend Fay, her roommate Miriam, and Buzzy. Miriam has eyes for Buzzy, who seems to have eyes for everyone. Within her two-week stay, Teddy and Chick fall in love and spend every day together.

One night Teddy becomes angry with Chick and leaves him to go to a party where she meets up with Buzzy. A storm rolls in and Buzzy invites her to his cabin, which he rents by himself. Initially refusing and wanting to be with friends, Teddy sees Chick at the party and asks Buzzy to go to his cabin. At the cabin she tells Buzzy she isn’t interested but loves to play backgammon. Chick rushes in to save Teddy but becomes embarrassed when he sees the innocent board game. He returns to the party and waits there to talk with Teddy when she returns home. Teddy accidentally falls asleep at Buzzy’s cabin and stays overnight.

I’ve always loved food. At home, I do the things that every foodie does. I cook elaborate five-course meals for our friends, I watch Top Chef and dream of another life in which I might have become a chef, and I regularly attend food and wine festivals.

However, it wasn’t until about five years ago that I took my eating habit on the road. Until then, I had no idea the limitless benefits I would gain from traveling for food. I can assure you, now that this very important lesson has been learned, no matter where our adventures take us, food is a central part of the trip.

Start in Mexico City and end in Playa del Carmen! With the in-depth cultural tour Mexico Unplugged, you have a 4 day tour package taking you from Mexico City to Playa del Carmen and through…

If you have looked at your Instagram feed lately you will see that vacation season is in full swing with pictures of exotic beaches and beautiful landscapes that would make anyone envious. In our 2016 report on travel, we found that 97% of Millennials use social media while traveling and 75% post to social networks at least once per day. It’s been a few years since that was published and the technology has evolved so much we can now book vacations with our voices. I was curious of how else Millennials are using technology to travel now. I spoke with the CEO of the travel management company Cadence, Wendy Burk, to see what trends she has seen in the travel market.No one is going to be surprised to hear me mention Instagram right off the bat, but this technology has made wanderlust contagious. Based on a quick search, there are currently 300,000,000 posts tagged with the world “travel,” which averages out to 100,000 posts every day for the last eight years. The tool’s sheer mass can turn an unveiled destination into a tourist hotspot, and it gives consumers the power to create, not just follow, global travel trends