We have wanted to see the bottom of the world for years, and we almost went as travel writers six years ago when we had the possibility of traveling on a cargo ship from South Africa in two of the twelve tourist spots they allowed.
Exotic and Erotic
Unusually exotic or romantic destinations
Walk down the cobble-stoned streets and check out the shopping, art galleries, restaurants and museums.
The 19th Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival Celebrates Salsa Food, Music and Dance so get ready to Salsa in the seaside city of Oxnard, California.
If you are going to plan a stay at Disney World, then why not immerse yourselves in the true African experience. It’s an African style Lodge Resort on a 43 acre wildlife preserve, it’s gorgeous, and it’s just plain wild!
Can’t decide between a land or sea vacation? Perhaps the answer is to cruise, choose an intriguing port and then return for an in depth stay at an all inclusive resort.
We found Costa Rica to be one of the most beautiful countries we have ever seen. Although the roads are rough, the tour buses and vans are comfortable with excellent drivers who speak English. The country is well set-up to accommodate tourists in the most special way, with all amenities you could want. World-renowned for its ecological practices and for having the most bio-diversity of any geophysical location, it is a must-visit for any age tourist. We can’t wait to go there again!
The Big Island of Hawaii offers Big Fun for Road Tripping Couples.
What makes the Disney Wonder, and any Disney cruise so magical is their approach to offering activities, dining, and even serene and quiet places, while offering world class entertainment for all ages and lifestyles.
Two places every road tripper to Florida should not miss are Gatorland and Reptile World Serpentarium…creepy but fascinating!
When a couple needs an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, head to Villa Milagro in Troncones, Mexico.
This Conservation Area of Tanzania is designated multiple use, for wildlife, Maasai people, and their herds of goats, sheep, and cattle.
During our recent 11-day cruise on Holland America’s Zaandam, our itinerary included six stops. It’s interesting to note that most towns in Mexico have four things in common; a zocala (main plaza), a church, a bullring and a mercado (central market). Additionally, the beach communities we visited had a malecon (boardwalk) which lined the harbor. Here is a brief overview of our ports.