July 2014

5 Fun Facts About Jeju Island, South Korea

July 31, 2014

Jeju Island is one of South Korea’s nine provinces. Officially known as the Jeju Special Autonomous Province, Jeju Island offers a temperate climate that rarely drops below freezing. Visitors enjoy Jeju Island it for its unique environment, eccentric gardens, and relatively low cost. 5 Fun Facts About Jeju Island, South Korea 1. Jeju’s traditional history lies solely on a legend. […]

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A Look Around the World’s Largest Cruise Ship, the Allure of the Seas

July 30, 2014

A few weeks ago, over the 4th of July, we sailed on Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas from Ft. Lauderdale. At 225,000 gross tons, 1,187 feet long and 208 feet wide, the Allure is one of the two largest ships at sea. Technically, the Allure was built exactly the same as its sister ship […]

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5 Fun Facts You May Want To Know About Suva, Fiji

July 29, 2014

Suva is the capital of Fiji, the island nation in the South Pacific Ocean. Built on a peninsula with three side reaching out into the sea, Suva is Fiji’s second largest city by population. Tourism is a mainstay of the Fiji economy, and Suva is a popular, remote cruise port. 5 Fun Facts About Suva, […]

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7 Not-So-Conventional Ways of Traveling Across the Country

July 28, 2014

Everyone is quite familiar with boarding a plane, or driving a car, or perhaps even sailing to their desired destination. But some people may be interested in those other crazy people who make it across the country or ocean in other ways. Ever wonder “How do they do it?” My only answer can be, “They simply […]

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