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Blog, Destinations, Travel Tips, USA / 09.05.2017

If you’re visiting Vegas for the first time, you’ll doubtless be arriving full of hope, expectation and disposable income. Fast forward seven days and it’s a broken shell of a human being that crawls onto the plane to catch the redeye home. It’s not that you failed to anticipate the potential for finishing with less than you started out with; unless you’re a serious bettor or are seriously deluded, no one plots a course for Nevada with the intention of cleaning out The Bellagio and making off with...

Blog, Destinations, Travel Tips, Uncategorized, USA / 05.05.2017

You’ve waited a long time for this, but it is finally time for you to release your inner dad and do that great ol’ American family road trip your wife has been nagging you about. For far too long you’ve told yourself this will be the year you will buy that American RV and hit the open road – wind streaming through your hair (what little is left) and your kids singing your praises in the back (or zoned out playing on iPads). That is the Griswald family...

Destinations, USA / 03.05.2017

If I were to ask you to picture yourself in Hawaii, there are so many images that you may conjure - from lush jungles with chirping birds to white sandy beaches to luaus with attractive natives in thatched skirts on the beach. If you have ever seen a postcard from Hawaii, you may find yourself envisioning the idyllic image of Waikiki Beach with the iconic pink Royal Hawaiian Hotel nestled on the shoreline overlooking the island’s most famous mountaintop - Diamondhead. But alas, if you were to visit...

Blog, Destinations, USA / 24.03.2017

Let’s face it – Vegas is the place where hope and dreams go to die. The house always wins - unless you went to MIT and can actually beat math, you will most likely walk away with less money than when you waltzed in like Mussolini. But that is okay, just because you leave penniless doesn’t make you a loser. Being an unemployed 33 year old living off your parents and delusions of accomplishment does. But enough about me, back to the plot - there is much more...