October 2009 Blog Posts (11)

Tailor made luxury holidays, resort travel and beach weddings

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Added by Carl Littlechild on October 30, 2009 at 12:43am — No Comments

Friendly Planet’s 15-day Borneo Adventure Won’t Cannibalize Your Wallet

Borneo used to be best known for its wild tribes of cannibals, but today it’s known as the Malaysian island of paradise. And now, the only thing wild about it is Friendly Planet Travel’s wild price of $2,899 for 15 days of touring—airfare included—putting Borneo back on the lips of savvy travelers everywhere. The company’s… Continue

Added by Peggy Goldman on October 29, 2009 at 10:59am — No Comments

Rosewood Hotels CEO: "Conspicuous consumption is dead"

USA TODAY reporter Barbara De Lollis checks in with Rosewood Hotels CEO John Scott for her series, Checking in with the Chief, this week. In today's Q&A post, Scott says that conspicuous consumption -for now- is "dead." He also

Link: http://content.usatoday.com/communities/hotelcheckin/post/2009/10/620000588/1

Added by barbara de lollis on October 28, 2009 at 11:18am — No Comments

Pumpkins and Pies

Autumn with its scintillating fall colors and quirky traditions is time when the 'Zombies'’ * rule the favorites chart. It is Halloween time and my first in the USA. Though the big day is on October 31st and would be missing out the 'Ghostly Greenwich Village' parade of New York. I am in California at present.

In New York I walked the streets and stores of Upper East side, the Village and Soho looking at the whackiest set ups. The pumpkin, a vegetable I am not very fond off, rolls… Continue

Added by Indra Chopra on October 26, 2009 at 10:39pm — No Comments

Trippin' in Thailand

Bangkok's chaos was nearly unequaled. It's rainy season now and the simple act of breathing is like trying to pull air through a wet wool blanket. But as I've made my way north, the climate has changed as well as the cultural temperment. In Pang Soong, I found a spiritually centered mountain village buried in the jungle at 4,000 feet. Cooler, calmer. We did the obligatory zip line here, Flight of the Gibbon. It funnels bhat into the local economy...a better proposition than opium, bush meat… Continue

Added by Ted Alan Stedman on October 23, 2009 at 7:11pm — No Comments

Travel Turkey

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Since 1998, OneNation Travel has specialized in European travel and customized vacations. We plan and book customized group tours and successful vacations to locations worldwide. We recognize that each traveler is unique and that his or her travel plans require individual attention. Our customized approach ensures that all of our clients book exciting vacations at affordable… Continue

Added by One Nation Travel Turkey on October 20, 2009 at 7:08am — No Comments

Heavy weight traveling

I have been plane hopping from San Francisco to Denver, to Houston, Atlanta and finally New York. The flights have been uneventful except for the crazy crowds at Atlanta. This was result of delays, thanks to a stormy weather along the track from Houston to Atlanta and sitting it out figuring to eat or carry food packets on flight.

The crowded aisle and the wait inside the craft is probably due to charges on luggage. This was more prominent in Atlanta to New York flight and the going… Continue

Added by Indra Chopra on October 13, 2009 at 10:06am — No Comments

Blippy Balboa

California is on our yearly travel route, meet the children, and every year California lives up to its reputation as the sunshine state. An added bonus, especially for someone coming from the verticality of Hong Kong, are the rolling golden hills and open spaces. As my husband commented ‘You can stretch your arms and not hit someone’.

This year we did a 7 day fast track drive from San Francisco to Los Angeles, San Diego, La Jolla, San Simeon, Cambria, and along the scenic Pacific… Continue

Added by Indra Chopra on October 8, 2009 at 7:17pm — No Comments

Spend the Christmas Holidays in the Mediterranean with Friendly Planet Travel

Mediterranean Highlights gives travelers an opportunity to enjoy the Christmas holidays while sailing to the best Mediterranean ports for under $1,300

If the idea of icy roads, frigid temperatures, and chapped lips doesn’t appeal to you for the holiday season, take heart. For under $1,300, Friendly Planet Travel can transport you to the temperate shores of the Mediterranean in high style. Starting today, travelers… Continue

Added by Peggy Goldman on October 6, 2009 at 2:01pm — No Comments

The World’S Largest Swimming Pool

The World's largest swimming pool is in San Alfonso del Mar Seawater pool in Algarrobo, Chile.


Added by Sukhpreet Kaur on October 6, 2009 at 7:23am — No Comments

Grannies on Safari - Getting Ready for our 3rd Season on TV

Grannies on Safari is shooting episodes for our third season on TV. We have already shot 2 episodes, one in South Africa, and one in Zanzibar. We are looking forward to upcoming trips to India, Panama and Hong Kong. Please check in with us on our website: Granniesonsafari.com for the latest information on our travels and blogs.

We are off to Quebec Canada to participate in the Adventure Travel Expo on October 19-22.

We'd love to hear from fellow traveleers.

Pat… Continue

Added by Regina S. Fraser on October 5, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

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