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I am a parent who believes that summer breaks are a time when there shouldn’t be any structured activities for the kids as this also helps the kids figure out how to keep themselves entertained and not feel bored. Having said that, I too have been guilty of sending my daughter for summer programs for 7 – 10 days. It definitely didn’t help me, as being a travel agent summers are most hectic for me and to find time to drop, pick up, and depending on the distance,

One of our favorite destination’s in Europe, Greece, is now welcoming American travelers. Great news for those itching for their Europe & Mediterranean fix. But should you book your tickets for June / July or not? I am a travel agent and my business has had 0 credit for over a year since I only sell international travel. So I am really hoping Europe opens up soon for me to begin making money. But, having said that, I would still advice people to not rush just yet. Keep in

Not at all…… in fact, it is THE place to visit especially in these crazy times. Here are our reasons why: DESERT X 2021: The Desert X 2021 exhibition, explores the desert as both a place and idea, acknowledging the realities of people who reside here and the political, social, and cultural contexts that shape our stories. YUCCA VALLEY: Exciting trails, rock climbing mecca, serene desert scenery, unique plant & wildlife, milky way filled night sky; these activities alone would take you a week to truly enjoy this fascinating place. There are

The worst part of having a travel business is that one is always busy when it is vacation time for others. We are working extra hours planning kid friendly vacations for families, while we glance across wondering if we will be able to take our children for a vacation in the summer holidays. The big question: MONEY vs PEACE OF MIND! I chose the latter. Been working since I was 16 and fortunately earning money is no big deal for me. People working in the travel trade and other

Here is a list of travel apps to keep the restless “Are we there yet?” kids occupied. 3 – 6 years LEGO® DUPLO® Forest: Takes ages 1 ½ – 5 on an exciting road-trip to help the forest animals find the hibernating Bear.123 Color -Talking Coloring Book: One of Apple’s top picks for kids, this is the perfect road trip companion.Marco Polo Weather: Games teaching ages 3–6 about the major climate types.Fresh Paint: Thanks to digital oil paint, your kids can create art in the backseat for hours.The King’s Stilts: This new Dr.

These are generic tips as each child is different. Some need constant engaging, while others require free time for their own pursuits. Some like organised activities like theme parks, while others prefer more relaxed tours. Some kids walk, others don’t. Some eat everything, while others are a bit picky. One thing am sure all parents would agree is that if your kids are happy (rather not cranky or grumpy!) it’s a well planned holiday. While planning trips most travellers go through FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) and that

Fortunately for us, our daughter is not a big fan of theme parks! She hates waiting in long queues and she’s not much of a thrill seeker too. She would rather play with other kids from different nationalities, than go on a ride where she cannot interact with them. Hence for us, interactive museums are more fun. We love it, as we save up on the expensive entrance fees and we all know that we can never exit the park without buying some overpriced souvenirs from the gift shops. However, I

Though, Crete is part of Greece and is Greece’s largest island; the people, food and feel is very different than the rest of the country. The Cretans are  warriors with very high self esteem and pride a bit bruised with the bloody past and war with the Ottoman Turks. After our fiasco in Paris, we were quite looking forward to a relaxed beach holiday with our friends from UK. We reached Athens a couple of days before they arrived with their 3 year old as we wanted to see

I am an absolute sucker for authentic experiences. From accommodation, modes of transport, eating out places and touring sights. Hence I always tend to pick boutique hotels owned and managed by locals over branded chains, trust me if you choose a 4* option or above you won’t have any complaints with boutique hotels. They have a more homely feel to it and are characteristic of the local culture, plus we are contributing to the local economy which matters a lot especially in Asia. When I was planning a tour

The Indian travellers are quite evolved and thanks to the Internet are also very aware. Their expectations now match global needs in terms of service, deals and most importantly, experiences. They now want to experience the place rather than just visit them or tick them off their checklist. Their bucket list comprises of activities like canyoneering a la James Franco in the Grand Canyon, go wine tasting or truffle hunting in Italy or France. Stay at a local apartments or do a homestay rather than booking a hotel,

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