7 Travel Trends for 2016

Karen Yang | November 25, 2015

People always want to know what’s hot in travel. From new travel gadgets and technology to exciting destinations and experiences, your Travel Masters Experience Specialist has the scoop for you. Here’s the quick low-down: - Peer-to-Peer accommodation continues to grow and this trend is spilling over into the food sector. Sites like EatWith.com or BookaLokal.com pair visitors with home cooks

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The 6 Best Splurges for Your Vacation

Karen Yang | November 25, 2015

When you are on a trip, there are some things that you should spend additional money on and some things where you can be budget-minded. Decades ago, my girlfriend (now wife) and I were off on our first (fly somewhere together) vacation. Instead of a taxi to the airport, I arranged a surprise…a limo! It was not that much more expensive than a taxi, but it was

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Top 6 Ski Resort Activities for the Non-Skier

Karen Yang | November 25, 2015

Always fancied the idea of spending your vacation in a winter wonderland but have no desire to strap a pair of skis or a snowboard to your feet? No worries, you don’t have to be an adrenalin junkie to enjoy yourself in the mountains this winter: Dog Sled Tours Enjoy a memorable backcountry experience on a dog sled tour. Sleds are pulled by enthusiastic teams of dogs and glid

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Where the “KIS” is key – Destination Weddings

Karen Yang | November 25, 2015

We promise: we do know how to spell. Yes, there is the kiss that your guests are waiting for, the one that seals your marriage vows. And it’s important. But  keeping “KIS” In mind might be even more important, especially when it comes to the added planning, travel and expense inherent in a destination wedding. Keeping It Simple (KIS) will make your big day – bigger tha

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A Food Journey Through Hong Kong

Karen Yang | November 25, 2015

Food is an integral part of Hong Kong culture and lifestyle. Here is my take on the ultimate food journey through Hong Kong’s unique “East meets West” cuisines. Rise and shine In the morning, head over to a nearby cha chaan teng, a Hong Kong-style diner, to sample a classic Cantonese breakfast of congee, warm soy milk, and yao ja gwai. The less daring c

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