My very first CONTIKI!

contiki

So this summer, I did something I wouldn’t normally do. I went on my very first Contiki tour! Now, now; I know what you’re thinking. What’s wrong with that? The answer- ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! Prior to this trip, I would just say; “it’s not really my style”. Reality: It is a 18-30 something group trip with about 50 likeminded people, in that age category, that pack as many sights, as many experiences and as many bars as possible into your selected period of time (or you can do as little of that as you want- but then what’s the…

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TOP TEN: How to beat JET LAG

JET LAG

Well considering it is my blogs namesake, I suppose it is time I shared the best ways I think you can avoid a heavy case of Jet Lag. I would consider myself a fairly seasoned traveler. I probably end up on at least 10 planes a year if not more, so I’ve become very well adept to avoiding the sometimes-unavoidable Jet Lag.

I think I’ve got this down- to be fair, I don’t really remember the last time I had a bad case of Jet Lag, even when I say “I’m Jet Lagged”, I’m probably just…

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In my professional opinion: The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas

The View

My first time in Las Vegas had been in September of 2011. I had decided that if I was going to do Vegas, I was going to do it right!

I had booked The Cosmopolitan for a few reasons.
#1 It was new
#2 It was very posh
#3 Most rooms have balconies
#4 Location Location Location

Don’t get me wrong, I was trying to get an agent rate, however none were available, and at that point I had not been an agent long enough to really be eligible for those…

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In my professional opinion: My Introduction

I have been a travel agent for just over two years now, however I have yet to write  a review of some of the many places I have stayed at, or the travel services I have used and even the airline.

I look at things a little bit differently than the average traveller as I sell the product and make my own personal suggestions. Yes, I receive discounts, or incentives- Some not as high as one may think. I look at it as… do I like the place in general? How was my experience? and then I look…

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