Macau is sleepy no more!


Flashing neon Casino signs light up the night sky in Macau

A once sleepy, sleazy and largely ignored Portuguese colony, Macau was handed back to China, together with Hong Kong, in 1999 and became a ‘Special Administrative Region’ within China, operating under a ‘one country, two systems’ policy, maintaining its own political, social and economic systems. And since then, few tourism destinations are developing at the […] Read More

Cruises in the Southern Caribbean – Diversity PLUS


The southern Caribbean offers cruise passengers an intriguing itinerary, especially the historic treasures of Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the natural environments of the small islands in the region. Read More

Dubai – Forever Timeless


Early morning on Dubai Creek

If you are looking for a one of a kind destination that is both dynamic and a paradise, offering more attractions, shopping, fine dining and quality hotels, it's definitely Dubai. Read More

Bermuda: Jolly Good!

Caribbean / Mexico

Bermuda is a distinctive destination and is unusual in a number of ways. For example, it is not actually in the Caribbean, as many people think. Bermuda is about 570 miles east of the U.S. Carolinas, much farther north than the Caribbean... Read More

About water

Travel Tips


You can save a considerable amount of money (and the environment) if you pack an empty plastic or re-usable water bottle or water pouch. Instead of buying expensive and wasteful plastic water bottles every time you go out, fill your water container at your hotel every morning and go. Read More

You’re Welcome in Uganda

Travel News


There has been a lot of information in the news lately about Uganda, but did you know that this little country was chosen by Lonely Planet as the number one destination for 2012? Read More

Kuala Lumpur: 
Malaysia’s cultural melting pot


Chinatown in Kuala Lumpur | Photo credit: Nasrul Ekram

As Malaysia’s capital, Kuala Lumpur enjoys all the trappings synonymous with a major city – an impressive skyline, graceful parks, world-class shopping malls and numerous cultural institutions. Read More

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