Musings from a Happy Travel Advisor There once was a traveler named Sally Who worked with an advisor named Alli Together they worked, discussed, and planned Should Sally go to Croatia, Peru or Japan? The budget, weather, and activities were explored Along with the bedding, food, tours, and more They went back and forth, narrowingContinue reading “A Little Ditty”
If Africa calls, I hope you heed the enticing roar. Your visit there will be life-altering in the best possible way. I will never pass up an opportunity to go to Africa, and I hope you won’t either! If you even have an ounce of desire to go, please reach out. I promise, you will thank me!
Musings of a Virtuoso Travel Advisor … If you have a bucket list, like many people do, at some point, when the time is right, you’ll need to choose where to go next. How long is your bucket list of dream destinations? If it’s like mine, it’s a mile long, but I think you canContinue reading “Energizing Your Travel Bucket List”
Musings of a Virtuoso Travel Advisor … No one knows how much time we have left to live, which is probably a good thing. As time passes, though, we are so busy learning, doing, working, struggling, planning, and making endless decisions that we often don’t take time to reflect on the broad canvas of ourContinue reading “What’s On Your Bucket List?”
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Our planet is ailing. Whether we roam the plains of Africa, float on the canals of Venice, live in the jungles of Brazil, or walk the streets of New York, COVID-19 has found its way to our neck of the woods.
The travel industry is changing. There will be a new normal.
Musings of a Virtuoso Travel Advisor … My heart raced as I followed the female leopard and her two cubs searching for a lost third cub. Waving in and out through the brush on the edge of the open grassland, they walked near a stand of trees, unaware that they were inching closer and closerContinue reading “My Heart Belongs to Africa”
Musings of a Virtuoso Travel Advisor … 6:15 am. The stillness in the mausoleum is barely disturbed by the methodical swishing sound of a worker swinging a broom. The lone light bulb, hanging from an iron chain strung from the ceiling 240 feet above, barely illuminates the 400-year-old chamber. Flashlights aid us in examining the semi-precious gemstonesContinue reading “The Taj Mahal Mystique”