Where can Canadians travel right now? This is the question on the minds of every avid Canadian globetrotter. Now, I am in no way endorsing travel nor am I shaming clients into staying home. In all honesty, I know of
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.” I’m sure you are familiar with that famous Mark Twain quote. But how true is it? What happens to those pre-conceived
Thinking about your first post-pandemic trip yet? If you are currently in quarantine with your spouse, or kids, or both, you may not be sold on the idea of dragging the clan along on holiday. You've probably been day dreaming
"Why would I need a travel agent when I can book everything online?"If I had a dollar for every time I heard that or read that, I could quit selling travel and wander the world full time. With the plethora of online information at your fingertips, it would seem that booking that dream trip to Hawaii or all-inclusive getaway to Mexico is easy as pie. But before you jump on those rock-bottom cheap travel deals, or entrust some random booking engine with your credit card, find out why travel agents are still relevant in 2018.
Traveling with children under age 2 (or any age) is a daunting proposition and can cause a great deal of anxiety if you're not prepared. And therein lies the key; Preparation. When my little guy was born back in July,
There is nothing worse than arriving at your gate, passport in hand, luggage all checked-in, beach bag slung over your shoulder, sun sand and fun mere hours away and then, a few ominous words tear you from your cocktail-infused daydream: "Would Mr. Joe please come to the front desk?" You gather your things and saunter up to the desk, all the while secretly hoping you're about to get a surprise upgrade to Premium Economy when you're about to get hit with the "you-thought-you-were-getting -to-Maui-tonight-but-guess-again" schpeel. The airline staff gives you an apologetic look and utters the words: "You're being bumped."