Grace L. Suryani on February 28th, 2017

That’s right, DEADLIEST Beaches. I know that writing posts about “the most beautiful beaches to visit” is probably more of what is expected, but read along, even the deadliest beaches can be a thing of beauty. All depends on how its perceived. When you hear the word beach, you automatically see images of fine white sand, crystal clear […]

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Grace L. Suryani on October 7th, 2016

We ALL love our Pets, they’re considered our “Best Friends / Family”. And just like traveling with a small child, it can be a wonderful and bonding experience or a not so pleasant one. Its all in the planning! One great tip I got from my neighbor was, if you’re planning on a long drive for […]

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Grace L. Suryani on February 27th, 2014

  In Conclusion When you enter your room, place your suitcase/belongings in the bathroom & hang up your coat instead of placing things on your bed at first. We also highly recommend that you do a quick overall inspection of the bed & even headboard.  By this we mean “un-tuck” the corners of the bed […]

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Luke M. Davis on October 30th, 2009

The Swine Flu (H1N1) has surged again this season.  As Autumn and Winter travelers reach their destinations, it’s important to know the signs of the H1N1 Flu since the level of risk in various regions may sometimes be unknown.  We encourage you to rely on your doctor as your main source of care and advice […]

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Grace L. Suryani on May 9th, 2009

Concerned about travelling with the recent outbreak of swine flu? Here are some quick sources of information to help you discern what to prepare for: Center for Disease Control Twitter feed CDC Questions & Answers CDC website on the 2009 swine flu outbreak One-stop access to U.S. Government swine, avian and pandemic flu information AH&LA […]

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Luke M. Davis on August 16th, 2008

One way to gain respect and attention among your guests (and peers) is to display special concern for the safety and security of your guests. On everyone’s mind these days is safety, especially while travelling. Global terrorism threats and international tensions are heightened. We all know about increased security at airports and rail terminals. While […]

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