We all know that Jamaica is known for its great beaches and tropical sunsets, but there is a lot more to do than go to the beach. Although this is a great way to spend a vacation, some people want to be able to do a little more and see all the things Jamaica has to offer. Here is a list of some of the most amazing things to do in Jamaica that don’t involve sitting on the beach and catching some rays.
Everyone’s heard of Cabo and Cancun, but Mexico has more. So much more! Here are some of the lesser-known gems in this wonderful country – and each one of them could be worth a week-long trip in itself.
Mexico is – if nothing else – huge. And unlike a lot of the world’s biggest countries (Russia, Canada, and the USA – because of Alaska) it’s not just a frozen wasteland. Pretty much every part of the country is inhabited, and pretty much every part of the country has things going on. In fact, a trip to Mexico without a guide wouldn’t just be foolish – because you’d miss out on so much – it would be downright intimidating!
If you have always dreamed of having a destination wedding but are a little hesitant due to the current pandemic, well don’t fret. You can still have the beautiful destination wedding of your dreams.
Okay, you don’t really need five reasons to go to Cancún. One should suffice: the beach in this city, if you’ve ever seen photos of it!
But here are five reasons more that you should be packing your bags and setting out on a trip to the glorious Mexican Caribbean:
My husband and I recently returned from spending a few days in a cabin in the mountains of Sevierville, TN. It was our first time visiting the Great Smoky Mountains and renting a cabin. We had a wonderful, relaxing time but there were a couple of things that we’d wished we’d known beforehand.
The coronavirus has us all spooked right now. Clients are canceling or postponing their vacations left and right. As a result, the travel industry is taking a bit of a hit. We’ve experienced epidemics before with Ebola, SARs, and MERS, and the one thing we know for sure is that things will eventually return to normal. In the meantime, while you grapple with whether to book that Caribbean cruise or not, it’s important to keep in mind the various ways to stay healthy while traveling.
Let’s face it, America. You need a vacation. Don’t believe me? Well, according to the U. S. Travel Association, in 2018 Americans left 768 million vacation days unused. That’s a lot of PTO, my friends. And a lot of missed opportunity to reduce stress levels, avoid burnout and spend time with loved ones.
2020 is almost upon us and now seems as good a time as any to set goals for the new year. Traveling to a bucket list destination is a goal that often ends up on many New Year’s resolution lists. Sometimes these goals can seem unattainable or too far out of reach. But with a little planning and maybe a slight shift in mindset, you can turn these goals into a concrete reality.
OK, you’ve procrastinated long enough. I know spending the better part of the morning at the DMV can be a pain in the rear but it’s time to get your REAL ID.