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Busting Myths About Travel Agents

You’ve heard them before or maybe you have thoughts about working with travel agents too – both positive and negative. We dig deep and challenge those myths and state what’s truth and what’s just plain not the case! Add your comments, we’d love to hear what you think! Myth: All …

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Mother’s Day Music Play List

Gift-giving brings to mind “stuff”. Flowers, jewelry, clothing; those things we can hold and touch. Showing your love and appreciation for the mom’s in your life doesn’t have to be the same old thing over again. How about giving her a playlist of  your favorite mom songs. Go online and …

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A Ghost On Cabretta Beach

A Ghost On Cabretta Beach While walking on Cabretta beach I saw something moving quickly across the sand. What was that? First it was there…then it was gone. Scurrying by again I was fast enough to get a photo before it disappeared into a burrow. It’s a crab but looked …

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Selfies – the new word of mouth

Selfies may seem like a trend emerging alongside the advancement of technology, but the art of self-portraits has been around for centuries. Some of earliest selfie photographs can be traced back to the year 1900 and people sat for portrait paintings long before that. Some may say that selfies represent …

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Cool New Tourist Attractions

From the article “World’s Coolest New Tourist Attractions 2015” on Travel + Leisure. There are 25 total attractions on the list, but we narrowed it down to a couple that sound really fun to us. We think you and your family will love them too. Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Winnipeg …

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Glamping – Camp in style & luxury

Enjoying the great outdoors and sleeping under the stars – now that’s living. And my favorite is sleeping under a full moon! There’s nothing like being one with nature. But you know, sleeping under the stars can have a bad rap. Building fire, pitching a tent, cooking over a campfire. Either it’s …

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Cruise Time

Cruise wave season sounds like an exotic time to set sail. Picture the beautiful blue water, gentle waves and you enjoying a poolside chaise. Before you jump on board, there are a few things to consider when selecting a cruise. We gathered several tips from our favorite sites to help …

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Spring Break – Let’s Go!

It’s time to kick winter to the curb, get out and enjoy your favorite destinations.  The Travel Bags team is ready to hit the road.  Here’s where we’re going. Olivia’s suggestions: Sea Island – Home to four Five-Star award winning locations: The Cloister (hotel) at Sea Island, The Lodge at …

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Deals and more deals with Leslie’s Lane

Who doesn’t love a great travel deal – the answer is everyone wants to find great savings for their vacations. Consumer blogger and author Leslie Royal has information from deals to free stuff – all for the discerning traveler who wants to get the most from their trip, without putting out too …

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