When trying to sell lightweight travel trailers, there are a few suggestions that you should follow to maximize your RVs potential in the used motor home market. Some of the tips on selling lightweight travel trailers are common sense, while others may be new to you. Ultimately, all lightweight travel trailers or RVs should be in its best condition prior to letting prospective buyers view it.

Before ads for selling used lightweight travel trailers are placed online or in your area newspaper, adhere to these simple tips. They should be of assistance in getting lightweight travel trailers sold quickly.


1. When selling lightweight travel trailers you will want to make sure that all of your personal belongings our out of the recreational vehicle before people see the unit. This helps people who are looking for a used RV be able to imagine their own items in the camper, rather than the items of those selling it.

2. Make sure all lightweight travel trailers are taken to a certified mechanic for a complete mechanical check up. The RV should be in its very best condition so that you can make the most money and sell a solid product.

3. Pretend that you are the one who is looking at used lightweight travel trailers. Grab a notepad and look with great detail at the unit. Look at all of the cracks, crevices, upholstery, and even the appliances. See what still needs more cleaning and what should be replaced.

4. Do the same for the outside of the towable RV trailer. Make sure the exterior of the unit is clean and detailed.

5. In order to properly price your used recreational vehicle, look online at the NADA website and/or check the Kelly Blue Book. They will guide you in choosing a fair price for your unit.

6. Take photos of the motor home unit inside and outside for use when you create the ad. Photographs help get potential buyers to the RV. Make sure the ad that you place is easy to read with no type-os. Use the internet and print to advertise your towable camper.

7. Keep the motor home in a space that is well-lit, and make sure there is a for sale sign in the window or visibly placed.

8. When you have a prospective buyer, make sure you create a pleasant experience for the person looking. Do not argue or be overly persuasive. The buyer needs to decide about the purchase on his/her own. Let the potential buyer test drive the RV.

Following these simple tips will help make your sales process easier. Be patient. There will be the perfect RV buyer for your used motor home for sale by owner.

Lightweight Travel Trailers: Tips On Selling

Julie Jacobs writes articles on motor homes and RVs. For more information about lightweight travel trailers visit http://www.PedataRVCenter.com.

Ever dreamed of taking a luxury cruise across the ocean to far-off destinations? Are you planning a holiday of a lifetime on board a magnificent mega ship equipped with leisure facilities, on-board entertainment and offering world-class cuisine? Or perhaps you're a seasoned cruiser who loves floating holidays on board the world's best cruise liners?

The best source of up-to-date information for anyone planning a floating holiday are cruise travel magazines, packed with tips to make the most of your time both on-board and at your ports of call throughout the trip. The last thing you want to do is turn up without the appropriate dress code for dinner or without knowing how to keep yourself entertained during the long days at sea. Here is a selection of the best travel magazines catered to cruise travelers:


Cruise Travel

A colorful easy-to-read magazine, packed with entertaining features, reviews, tips and advice to plan your next trip as well as the best places to access cruise bargains. Features include ship, port and cruise of the month, alongside seasonal calendars detailed with ports, itineraries and prices of the major cruise ships floating around the globe. Cruise Travel magazine covers every aspect of your holiday, from planning, dress codes, shore excursions, shopping as well as advice for wheelchair users and those with special needs.


An in-depth cruise travel magazine which features reports on industry news, destinations and special features for first-time cruisers. Stories, tips and articles are designed not just for those wanting to climb aboard luxury mega ships, it also contains detailed advice on trips aboard river cruisers and skippered sailing vessels.

Orient-Express Magazine

Covering a world of luxury travel on board Orient-Express trains, cruises or staying in their exquisite hotels, this magazine provides information on exciting destinations as well as tips on restaurants, shopping and cultural experiences worldwide. Prepare to be amazed by the incredible photos of wonderful exotic locations and sumptuous travel machines and hotels.

Caribbean Travel and Life

The Caribbean is the most popular cruise destination worldwide, and this travel magazine dedicated to the beautiful islands of the Caribbean, Bahamas and Barbados provides a wealth of information on the highlights each island has to offer. It provides excellent advice on the best islands to visit and things to do once you arrive into port. A wonderful read to take on board any Caribbean cruise, to make sure you get the best out of the islands you're about to visit.

Cruise Travel Magazines - Your Guide to Floating Holidays

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There are many different benefits of being a Travel Agent. First off being a Travel Agent means that you are now in the industry, which means you automatically qualify to receive travel and vacation benefits. There is a great way you can get these benefits and much more that I will be discussing below without having to get a license or qualifications or anything of such. But the question is, how can you benefit from being a travel agent. And yes you do need a license to be a Certified Travel Agent, but I'm going to honestly show you a way where you can become a travel agent without having a license and still receive all the benefits I'm going to share with you.

Lets talk about the benefits of being a travel agent.


cruise lines offer travel industry rates for bona fide travel agents. The rates can vary from .00 - .00 per person per day. The travel professional is allowed to bring one companion at the same rate.

Hotels and car rental firms offer discounts to travel industry personnel. The discounts can vary from 10% up to 50% off normal rates. These discounts are subject to availability and offered at the discretion of the supplier.

Many escorted tour companies will offer substantial discounts on their tours. These discounts will also vary but are typically 10% - 50% off the retail price.

One of the most appealing benefits to travel agents is the opportunities to go on a FAM Trip! FAM is short for familiarization. Special trips are organized specifically with the travel professional in mind.

They are offered by tour companies, hotels, convention and visitor bureaus, airlines and cruise lines. The purpose of these trips are to familiarize the agent with the products as being a benefit for being in the industry. The great thing about these FAM trips or sometimes called member trips is that they are so easy to use. Once you become a agent you are able to take one of these FAM trips immediately. These trips are extremely discounted, and can save you up to 1,500 per vacation, which is well worth it. Here are some examples of some of the member trips that you can take advantage of.

1.) 4Day Jamaica Vacation for only 4.00

2.) 4Day Cozumel, Mexico only 1.00

3.) 4Day Cancun Mexico Vacation only 0.00

4.) 6 Day Caribbean Cruise for only 5.00

5.) Myrtle Beach golf vacation for 3 nights for only 9.00

6.) Disney World 3 Day/ 4 Nights Only 5.00- oh the kids will love this one...

And there are dozens of others that you can take advantage of as well. These are not single trips these are family vacations.

Other benefits include commissions from booked travel from 70% to 90%, and enhanced commissions, educational programs and events, Corporate and leisure hotel programs, travel insurance vendors, blocked cruise space & exclusive vendor deals, professional familiarization (FAM) rates on luxury cruises, resorts and tours. Travel agent discount on hotels and rental cars, show and theme park discounts and free admission to popular attractions, Take advantage of huge tax breaks available for home-based businesses. You also can do all of this from home because you get your very own customized website ready to go set up just like expedia, orbitz or any other major travel website where your friends and family can book and you can receive your commissions. And you can set your own hours.

The Benefits of Becoming a Travel Agent

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Jeffrey Hunter is a Certified Travel Specialist, and writes about travel tips and secrets, on how to help people get the best travel experiences possible.

Despite the appeal of obtaining travel information through the Internet, most people still use travel brochures when planning a business trip or vacation. There really is no substitute for a well designed brochure that includes a wide array of important details about the destination. Since brochures are compact and portable, travelers appreciate the convenience and durability that printed pages off the Internet simply can't match.

Travel Brochure Concepts


Brochures are a considered a traditional form of travel industry advertising and often suffer from a lack of distinctiveness that reduces their effectiveness. It is important to remain aware of the fierce level of competition for clients, and develop a brochure that will display the unique features and benefits of your travel agency. The philosophy behind the design should be to create a resource rather than an advertising piece. If the client believes the brochure has been a valuable tool within the context of the trip, the advertising goal will also have been accomplished.

Design Considerations

Travel brochures often suffer from stale designs as a result of tired imagery. Poorly conceived graphics that employ globes, maps or compasses can project an outdated, or unimaginative identity. This approach can also serve to hamper the development of unique brand awareness since the appearance of the brochure may be mistaken for a competitor's piece.

Most importantly, a travel brochure should be designed to compliment the image the agency projects on its website, business cards, flyers, and other advertising media. Design concepts can be based around some of the following criteria:

  • Logo: The inclusion of an identifiable logo is critical to build brand identity and offer a simple way for customers to reference the provider of the brochure. Detroit Print Shop can develop for your company a polished and professional logo or a complete corporate identity package.

  • Use High Resolution Images: One of the biggest advantages a travel brochure offers when compared to internet printed images is much better resolution. Graphics and photographs that jump off the page will entice vacationers to learn more about the advertised destinations.

  • Add Insightful Travel Information: This includes complete contact information for the agency, as well as the website address and helpful travel tips.

Selecting a Print Shop

Travel brochures should always be produced by a printer that specializes in the travel industry. Detroit Print Shop can help with every phase of the printing process including graphic design, paper stock selections, and folding options.

Use Brochures to Enhance Your Travel Agency

Brochures are a considered a traditional form of travel industry advertising and often suffer from a lack of distinctiveness that reduces their effectiveness. But with Detroit Print Shop assistance, your printed travel brochure will be efficient and would stand out from the rest.

If Christmas, graduation, a birthday or just a couple of weeks' vacation is coming and a man in your life is thinking of traveling, you will be thinking about the perfect gift for him to take with him. Our list of 5 great travel gifts for men focuses on gadgets. Why gadgets? One thing all men have in common is that they love gadgets, but they never get around to buying them for themselves. Check out these high-tech gadgets. He'll love any of them and at least one of them will be the perfect travel gift for him.

  • Kindle Wireless: All travelers read. Even guys who never read at home read when they're traveling. Everyone agrees the Amazon Kindle wireless reading device is the best e-reader on the market. The beauty of the e-reader is that you can carry an entire library in one lightweight device. He can take a few books with him and download more while he's traveling. If he's a reader, he will love the Kindle - guaranteed. If he's not, he will appreciate it while he's traveling and then let you use it when he gets home. Either way, you can't lose with Kindle.

  • Canary Wireless Hotspotter: This one's for the guy who can't live without his wireless connection. It's a bit geeky, but he'll love it when he's in a small town in Greece and having trouble finding a Wi-Fi signal. With a single click of a button, the Hotspotter will find up to 20 Wi-Fi networks and give you their signal strengths and everything else you need to know to get connected. We learned about this gadget from a tech geek we know. The only thing he doesn't like about it is that everyone he meets on his travels bugs him to find Wi-Fi connections for them.

  • Lingo Voyager: When you're traveling, two things you don't want to do are limit your travels to places where you can find someone who speaks English, and carry a fat stack of foreign language books with you. The Lingo Voyager Translator speaks 14 different languages. Just type in your phrase in English and let it do your talking for you. Not only will it save him a lot of hassles on his travels, this cool gadget is also a great conversation starter!

  • Weather Station Keychain: Choose this one if you're looking for an inexpensive gadget that he will love. The Weather Station Keychain costs just over , but gives him an LED flashlight, an alarm clock, calendar and the weather, all in one compact package. Who really wants to take a flashlight and a bulky alarm clock with them when they travel? This gadget is worth the money just for those things. The fact that it predicts the weather by measuring temperature and humidity is just a bonus.

  • EnerG iPhone Case: If he doesn't have an iPhone, then you may have to add one of those to his gift list, but if he does, he will probably break into tears when he opens this great gadget. The EnerG iPhone case contains a built-in lithium battery that extends the time between iPhone recharges by up to 13 hours. This gives him plenty of battery life to watch movies in flight, use Google maps to find his way around Florence or London or talk to you on the phone while he's traveling.


Honestly, there's not a traveling man alive who wouldn't love any of these travel gifts. Men love to have gadgets whether they use them or not. The greatest thing about these travel gifts for men is that he will actually use them and think of you every time he does.

5 Great Travel Gifts for Men

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Valerie McGregor writes for Adventurous Wench, a company that specializes in travel and adventure. Whether you're heading to Kansas or Kathmandu, find everything you need for your next trip at www.AdventurousWench.com.

When you need to cut business expenses to make it through a difficult time, you can investigate these two possibilities: (1) utilizing outsourcing and (2) cutting travel.

Utilize Outsourcing


If you have been having difficulties with your business for any period time, it is likely that you may have already addressed this topic to some degree. If you have retained the assistance of a professional turnaround expert, then it is likely that they will guide you through this process during some stage of your turnaround. Basically, you need to do an analysis of every function of your organization to determine if you can outsource the process online.

I say online because this is where you will realize the biggest benefits. There is also another side to this. Most firms retain an ongoing cast of consultants who help with various tasks or perform them entirely. These consultants should be eliminated because their hourly rate is typically very high and most of the time their function is not essential.

Remember, those functions you can outsource on the Internet will likely result in significant cost savings.

Cut Travel

Since travel expenses are probably one of your highest expenses besides employee-related and product costs, you need to impose a moratorium on travel expenses immediately. If your company is medium-sized, you will likely find that a lot of resources can be freed up by reducing the travel expenses, especially if you have a sales force. Senior managers are also big with traveling.

Announce it to your staff and senior managers like this (short and simple):


Although transacting business in person will always surpass, in quality, virtual transactions and remote electronic communications, you have to do this during the critical turnaround process.

Cutting Business Expenses - Outsourcing and Travel

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If you have always wanted to own an RV but the cost scared you off, travel trailers may be the option you are looking for. The prices can start as low as ,000 for a brand new (but basic) trailer and the ultra deluxe travel trailers can be purchased for under 0,000. This is much less than most of the motorized RVs you will find on the road. Here is some information about travel trailers that you might find helpful in your search for the perfect recreational vehicle:

Length: These trailers usually range in length from about 15 feet to around 30 feet with some exceptions. Length is an important consideration based on where you will be using your travel trailer and also storing it.


Features: The most basic trailer will have a small kitchen area with a cook top and a sink and small refrigerator. As you get into the pricier models you may find a full stove and a large fridge and maybe even a dishwasher. Most travel trailers don't have bedding for more than 2 to 4 people but they usually offer a queen size bed. Bath area may just be a shower and a toilet or it may have a small tub and sink as well. The higher-end models will have more entertainment options as well including stereos, DVD players and large televisions. The price you pay for travel trailers really can make a difference in the features available to you.

Towing: In order to tow travel trailers you will need to make sure that your vehicle is rated to carry the extra weight of the trailer when it is loaded and the gas tank is full. For some of the longer trailers you will need a truck or SUV, but some of the smaller trailers may be pulled by a small truck or mid-size car. The tow hitch and stabilizers you use should also be rated for the weight of the trailer.

Maneuverability: Find out about any special regulations on towing travel trailers in the locations where you will be using the trailer. You should also test yourself before you buy, on moving the trailer around. Most travel trailers have safety features to help prevent swaying but it is still different than driving a car without towing something behind it.

A towable RV is a great option for those who are just starting in the RV market and are not sure if they want something really big, but they want something comfortable. They are good for weekend trips or cross-country camping expeditions. Families with young children and older couples enjoying retirement will find things to appeal to them. Take a look!

Travel Trailers - Low Cost RVing in Luxury

Julie Jacobs writes articles about Recreational Vehicles. For more information about Travel Trailers visit pedatarvcenter.com

Sometimes you find the best travel websites in the least likely of places. Although I have been a world traveler for many years, my Internet experience with online travel deals has been rather limited. I am more naturally comfortable with booking my travel arrangements through more traditional means. Nonetheless, like everyone else I like to save money. The way that I manage to do it may surprise you.

As you probably know, finding the best travel websites to plan your vacations starts with finding cheap airfare. What you may not know is how different the different cheap airline ticket websites are. A lot of people get a good deal on one site one time and give up on other sites. In my experience, however, you have to search at least half a dozen airline ticket websites before you can find the best air ticket price and be sure of it. That means looking through Kayak, Expedia, Travelocity, and quite a few others to boot.


Of course finding the best travel websites for cheap tickets online is easy. Finding good websites for booking hotels, all in one package vacation deals, or exotic trips with tour guides can be extremely difficult in comparison. The real key is to spend some time researching it. Don't just do a Google search either. Google turns up the most popular hits. If you're looking for a unique experience on your vacation, you need to find other people who enjoy the same destinations. Look at personal websites and see what people recommend. Feel free to ask questions in discussion groups. Start doing your research months before vacation. That way you'll be ready well ahead of time.

In my experience, some of the best travel websites are blogs. There are lots of professional travelers out there who make a living traveling to different destinations and giving their recommendations. Many of these are also Internet savvy people who will have plenty of advice to give you on their webpages. They will review different travel carriers and determine which is the best one.

To find them, you may have to do tons of research. Once you find a website that gives good recommendations, you can trust their opinions on almost anything. Even if it isn't the best travel website, it might still provide you expert information on, say, the Florida Keys or the Caribbean. The important thing is that it gives you the tools you need to have an excellent vacation.

Where Are The Best Travel Websites

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When planning your European trip, check your arrival and departures dates and see if they take into account peak, off-peak and shoulder travel periods.

Peak periods are the times when majority of travelers fly in and out of countries and these periods usually coincide with school holidays, Christmas, Easter and New Year. The country you are flying into will also have peak periods unique to that country, so expect flights and accommodation to be heavily booked and tickets to be more expensive. This peak period generally covers late December to January (because of the Christmas season) and late June to the end of August (summer break). Travel during the Christmas holidays can be difficult as plane ticket prices soar and ski resorts start overcharging. Public transport is also reduced in most areas since only a few trains will leave on Christmas day. The "shoulder period" is in spring and autumn and the low or "off-peak" periods are usually in the remaining months and in the winter.


If you have only a limited time to see Europe, your best bet is to fly in and out during a shoulder period. Prices are almost at their lowest and travel conditions are great because you can avoid the crowds and the overpricing. If you have a lot of time to spare in Europe, try flying in the low season when fares are cheapest so you have more money to spread over your stay. It's always a good idea to start checking airfares 3-4 months before you leave. Airlines are starting to discount in order to reward early bookers and there's a lot time to wait if you think they're too high. The cheapest ticket prices might turn up on the net or at your ticket office at anytime. And while you're at it, make sure you've already reserved your accommodation 6 weeks to 2 months before you leave. It's a good idea to reserve a hotel for your arrival and departure days. The rest can be reserved afterwards. Also, remember to check for travel dangers and updates. Your government and insurance company might draw the line if you visit a certain territory they've warned you about. Be informed about the dangers and uprisings in the country you are visiting and do last-minute updates to check conditions right before you leave.

For most seasoned travelers, the best time to see Europe is from April to June and September to October when the weather is still warm, the holiday crowds have left and accommodation and transport are regularly priced.

In contrast, the single worst time to visit most parts of Europe (especially the western and southern countries) is the month of August. This is when many Europeans leave and take their holidays in nearby countries as well. The cities can be deserted and as a result, accommodation prices shoot up and finding a bed can be very difficult. Buses and trains will often be packed and it can be a struggle to get a seat while you cross countries. Even most tourist shops and sites can be closed because the proprietors have gone on holiday as well! There's little doubt that July and August are the busiest tourist months in Europe (mainly because of Americans on vacation) and it will require a lot of patience and money. Avoid these months as much as you can. If you really must travel in the high season, your best course of action is to stay away from the major cities and choose the off-track towns and villages and indulge in the local culture.

Best and Worst Times to Travel to Europe

Michael Russell Your Independent guide to Europe Vacation

I for one, am one of those people that just loves to travel. If I could, I would be gone constantly and stop home in Las Vegas occasionally to swap out clothes and remember where I live.

As much as I love to travel, I have had the pleasure of owning a timeshare and also being a member of several Vacation Travel Clubs. Unfortunately, life circumstances changed for me, my elderly mother got sick, and I had to tame my wander lust and find other ways to enjoy travel with short weekend trips, etc.


In this article I am going to share with you just a few of the many benefits and ways you can enjoy, and benefit from, vacation club membership. When you know how to vacation and do it with the right company, you won't believe the amazing travel discounts you can enjoy. You may even make some money while you enjoy your travel if you so choose.

Travel Discounts One of the greatest benefits to having a vacation/travel club membership is the huge discounts you can get on Hotel, Airfare, Cruises, etc. Imagine being able to travel with your entire family a couple times of year all for the price of what one regular vacation would cost you. If you could take a week long cruise for per person, would you be interested? What about a getaway to Disneyland for the whole family and you do not have to stay at Motel 6 to afford it?

Luxury Vacations and Luxury Resorts When most people think vacation club, they think empty rooms at budget hotels and motels that no one else wanted to book. This is probably the best kept secret about Vacation Club Membership, Luxury Vacations at Luxury Resorts in beautiful places all over the world that are actually affordable to the average, hardworking family. When most people hear, see or read the words "luxury vacation", they think way too expensive for the family. Right? You might think the "luxury vacation" is for the honeymooner, or retired person. I am here to tell you, that is so far from the truth - you won't believe it! When you finally join a vacation travel club that offers incredible luxury vacations that do not not cost you an arm or a leg, you are going to kick yourself and wonder what took you so long. Stop putting off the family vacation because you think you can't afford it. You don't have to wait until the kids are grown. You really can afford it and I'll show you how.

Your Membership Lasts a Lifetime Yes, you read that right! You can have travel discounts and luxury vacations at luxury resorts for the rest of your life once you join. Maybe you have small children right now and don't see yourself traveling more than 1 or 2 times a year. With a vacation travel club membership, you can enjoy the benefits for as long as you want to stay a member. Imagine having 75-100 or more trips to choose from every year. You decide when you want to travel, choose the trip you like most, and you book. Easy enough.

Don't think you have time to travel? Have you ever just taken a weekend trip somewhere? Maybe even a "staycation" in your own city. Why pay full price when you can get incredible discounts. Wouldn't you rather spend extra money enjoying the sites or a good meal instead of paying for the hotel and not being able to do anything fun? We offer all kinds of trips from weekend getaways, week longs stays, to two week cruises.

Book your own travel, or have someone do it for you If you have ever booked travel yourself, you know it can sometimes be a little overwhelming. What if you could book it yourself, or have someone else do it and it did not cost you anything extra? You Choose! I am one of those people that enjoys making my own travel plans online but when it comes to planning a complicated trip to Europe, I'd rather get some advice and assistance. With your membership, that is possible. You even get Concierge service (traveling or not).

Extra Income Stream Now this might blow your mind, but did you know you could actually make some money while your out and about traveling the world? Have you ever told your friends about a good book, movie, or dinner you ate? Imagine telling all your friends and family about the fabulous week long vacation you just took for 0 while you show them unbelievable pictures and they want to know where they can sign up. That is how easy it can be to make extra income while you are out enjoying your life. You do not need sales skills, you just need to have fun.

If any of this sounds good to you and you would like to know more, check out my Facebook Fan Page to learn more about the fabulous vacations and discount travel deals available for you today.

Affordable Travel - Work Less, Travel More!

Regina Floyd is a successful Leisure Travel Consultant with World Ventures Travel and enjoys showing others how to truly enjoy life on their terms. You can still enjoy life and take your whole family on a very affordable vacation when you know how.

Why not Work Less, Travel More and "Make Your Living.....Living!"

Traveling is fun and stressful at the same time. It is always good to travel for fun and be able to see things that you have never seen before. There are many benefits of travel. People tend to stress when they travel more than have fun. When you travel, you need to be able to know where you are and where you are going. When you travel, you can discover many new places, have a nice relaxing time, and learn a lot of an area. This is all the Discovery is talking about. Traveling is fun! Some benefits of travel are:


1. Explore new places- Whenever we travel, we discover new places. This is one benefit that is going to stay with you every time you travel. When traveling, find things that interest you and you will be able to have a good time on your vacation or other trip that you are on. When you discover new places, you gain more experiences.


2. Health and Wellness- Some travels are relaxing. This is a benefit of travel is to your health. Being healthy by reducing our stress levels is solved when we travel and stay at a nice day spa. You are completely relaxed and you can help your body in many ways. Each and every one of us needs to have a time of relaxation to recycle the need of health and wellness.


3. Learn a new culture- With learning about the new discoveries from visiting places you have never been, you learn a new culture. The benefits of travel are always visible when you learn a new culture. The way people live and their traditions are sometimes weird for a lot of people but it is fun to know. Don't be afraid of learning a new culture and dive right into it all.


Traveling is supposed to be a time of fun and adventure. With every new experience, you gain a new adventure to put into your books. When you go on vacation, the best thing about it all is bragging about the fun you had. Taking a lot of pictures helps your remember the vacation and the many benefits of travel. There are always going to be people who are going to disagree and tell you differently. But remember to always know that when you travel, it is an adventure waiting to happen. That is always fun for everyone! 


Benefits of Travel

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