Archive for the ‘Caribbean’ Category

Christmas is Coming

Posted on: December 5th, 2014 by paul

With Christmas right around the corner many people have already started buying gifts for their friends and family. With that in mind, is there any better gift than enjoyable experiences with family? There is no better way to escape the cold of Canadian winters while combining quality time with family than an all inclusive vacation package to the Caribbean.  (more…)

It’s Time to Book that Christmas Vacation

Posted on: October 27th, 2014 by paul

Think it’s too early to book a trip for the Christmas holidays? Think again. Now is the best time to book a vacation package to the Caribbean for Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Take advantage of discounted pricing and increased availability while it lasts.   (more…)

Get to an All Inclusive this Fall

Posted on: August 13th, 2014 by paul

With summer winding down its a great time to start planning a vacation for the fall season. After spending the last few months floating in the pool or playing in the lake by the cottage it would be a waste to let that tan fade away during Canada’s long winter. Why not book an all inclusive to the Caribbean in October or November to keep that summer glow? (more…)

Best Way to Celebrate a University Diploma

Posted on: April 10th, 2014 by paul

After four long years of mid-terms, finals, endless amounts of papers, deadlines, and lectures, a university degree is a well-earned achievement. What is the best way to celebrate one of the most monumental occasions of life? How about an all-inclusive vacation with a group of classmates? After all, between all those exams and lectures you were really fine tuning some other skills involving libations at the local pub. Why not put those skills to use before starting a full time job? Here’s a look at a few great destinations to enough some sun and blow off some steam from a well earned undergraduate degree. (more…)

Top Spring Break Destinations: Student Edition

Posted on: January 22nd, 2014 by paul

After five months of studying it’s finally time for a week away from the grind of student life. With the freezing cold temperatures this year’s winter has brought, it’s a good time to get away from it all and head someplace warm. But where? (more…)

5 Great Places to Get Away from the Cold

Posted on: December 3rd, 2013 by paul

The Canadian winter has arrived. Naturally this means cold weather, icy roads, and shorter days. If these things all sound depressing perhaps a dose of vitamin D can help change that state of mind. There is no better source of vitamin D than the sun so check out these tropical locations to help cure those winter blues. (more…)

An Affordable Holiday Destination for the Entire Family

Posted on: November 27th, 2013 by paul

Don’t think you have enough money to travel somewhere tropical for the holidays? Think again. A family vacation to Cuba can be a pleasantly cost effective surprise and set you back less that $500 per person. Consider it your Christmas gift to the family and you may even come out of the holidays spending less money than normal. (more…)

Monday Vacation Deals – November 25th, 2013

Posted on: November 25th, 2013 by paul


Your winter break is getting closer, have you booked your vacation package yet? Luckily there are still a lot of great deals on packages to the Caribbean during Christmas and New Years. (more…)

This Week’s Deals on Caribbean Vacation Packages

Posted on: November 18th, 2013 by paul

It’s Monday which means its time to find the best deals on vacation packages from Canada to the Caribbean. Its getting closer to the holiday season so think about booking your family a trip to spend some quality time together. (more…)

How Well Do You Know the World and Its Languages?

Posted on: October 23rd, 2013 by paul

As a traveler, it is important to know about the language and the culture of the countries you are visiting. But how well do you really know the world and which languages are spoken in each country? Do you know why they speak Spanish in the Dominican Republic while they speak French on the other side of the island in Haiti? And why to the Swiss speak so many languages? (more…)