If you are anything like me, when it comes time to pack, you're either trying to cram everything in a suitcase, or you have no clue where to start.
All Inclusive Resorts are great, unlimited food plus unlimited booze equals unlimited fun. However, the fun requires you to wear clothes, as sometimes your bathing suit just isn't enough.
Check out the handy guide below to help you pack.
What are you using to zip through the airport? The last several years TSA Precheck and Global Entry have given me life (or saved my life depending on my how late I may have arrived) while zipping thru airports. I never batted an eye until I was coming back from St. Lucia and the Mobile Passport line had about 10 fewer folks waiting than the Global Entry line. So I’m curious to know what are you using?
So, you’re planning a vacation or joining a group trip and you can’t quite understand the single supplement. It's almost as if you are penalized because you are a single traveler or don’t have a roommate. I hate to say it is what it is, but it pretty much is.
In Today’s competitive vacation environment, hotels and resorts are becoming bigger and better than ever. There is a resort for every type of traveler, offering every amenity one could imagine.
Traveling with the entire family is the ultimate vacation goal. The parents, grandparents, siblings, cousins and friends, all traveling to the same destination to eat, drink, & get it in until your hip collapses on the dance floor, or you’re forced to go to bed (whichever happens first).
When traveling to Mexico, you must complete an immigration form/tourist card. You will need your contact & passport information, hotel address (or wherever you are staying), and your flight details to load onto this form. Good news, you can now complete your Mexico Tourist Card online. So save a few trees and get a jump on your paperwork.
Hi, I'm Prissi, the owner and lead consultant at Prissi Travels.