Archive for December, 2012

Travel Deals – Week of December 31, 2012

Posted on: December 31st, 2012 by paul

Tonight at midnight we bring in the New Year and with that comes the chance to reevaluate your goals and make those necessary changes to your life that you’ve been putting off. We all know the classic New Year’s resolutions (more…)

Monet’s Masterpiece

Posted on: December 28th, 2012 by paul

Most people have heard of Claude Monet, known for being a key figure in the impressionist art movement in France. His unique painting style captured the elegance and beauty of many landscapes across France and England. But he was more than just a painter (more…)

Travel Deals Week of December 24, 2012

Posted on: December 27th, 2012 by paul

At we hope you all had a great Christmas but we know from experience that not all Christmases go the way you want them to. If this Christmas you were one of the many who ended up in the dog house this year after the Misses opened a less than impressive gift, don’t worry there’s an easy way to redeem yourself. (more…)

Battle For The Best Jerk

Posted on: December 21st, 2012 by paul

Jamaica has been known for many things in its time: Singer/Songwriter Bob Marley, the rising of Reggae music, Blue Mountain Coffee, it’s beautiful exotic landscape and the yummiest jerk chicken. (more…)

5 Tips For Traveling This Holiday

Posted on: December 19th, 2012 by paul

If you’ve traveled during the winter holidays before you know what a headache it can be driving to the airport, maneuvering through airport security and waiting in long lines and crowded areas. (more…)

Travel Deals – Week of December 17, 2012

Posted on: December 17th, 2012 by paul

The stress of the holidays is building up as last minute preparations are being made. While it may seem hoping the world is actually going to end on Friday is the only way to cure your pounding headache, there is an alternative that does not result in the destruction of mankind. (more…)

Cosy in Caves

Posted on: December 14th, 2012 by paul

Before civilization evolved men and women often lived in caves as they providing shelter and have a stable temperature which provides some comfort in the summers and winters. Caves have also become a great pastime with spelunking adventures. (more…)

Breakfast at the Boot

Posted on: December 13th, 2012 by paul

Every girl dreams of living a fairytale life as a child with every culture having their own versions of these familiar tales. One of my favourites was always Mother Goose’s ‘There Was an Old Woman Who lived in a Shoe’. (more…)

Camping in the Canopy

Posted on: December 6th, 2012 by paul

Camping is the ultimate get away for those who like to get lost in nature and don’t mind roughing it a bit. It’s also a great option for those wanting a vacation on a budget. (more…)

Nurtured by Nature

Posted on: December 5th, 2012 by paul

Everyone dreams of a fairytale vacation where they feel like Queen of the castle. This hotel has fairytale written all over it, but you won’t find yourself in a large stone castle. (more…)