Archive for October, 2015

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See Alaska by Sea on an Alaskan Cruise

Planning a trip to Alaska can seem like a daunting task. The state is vast, the terrain unpredictable, and many areas are remote and difficult to get to, especially for a first-time visitor. Identifying your sightseeing preferences will help you determine where you want to visit: if you want to see as much as the state as possible, and your main focuses are glaciers and marine wildlife Read More

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Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines: Cooking at Sea

Vacationing foodies can now choose from a range of culinary experiences aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise. Royal Caribbean International is partnering with renowned Chefmakers Cooking Academy, a cooking school dedicated to aspiring home cooks of all ages, to bring unique cooking programs to guests, who can share in fond family vacation memories and learn practical skills that can be applied day-to-dayRead More

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Ports of Call in Spain

The Mediterranean is a popular cruising area, and a stop at one of the ports in Spain is on many itineraries. It can be difficult to determine what is worth your time when you only have a few hours in the city, so we’ve done the research for you and found the top things to do at ten of Spain’s more popular ports. Read More

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Explore the Far East by Sea – Cruises to Eastern Asia

Cruises offer such luxury on board, to many the journey is every bit as enjoyable as the destinations. But to add to the luxury and enjoyment, where better to go than the exotic Far East? Read More

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All inclusive vacations in Bora Bora

Bora Bora is one of those places that most people have heard of but are not really sure why it is so familiar. The ancient name for the island was “Pora Pora,” which translates as “first born.” It sits in the Pacific Ocean and is one of the French Polynesian islands, owned by the French. The center of the island has two peaks of black rock, which are remnants of a long, extinct volcano. In 2008, the permanent population was recorded as 8,880. An aerial view shows the island standing in the center of a lagoon created by the surrounding barrier reef, which only has one breech to allow access. One result of this is that there is very little produced on the island that does not come from the sea or from coconuts. The world famous luxury hotels and resorts in Bora Bora are in one of the most beautiful and romantic places in the entire world. Read More