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8 Best Things to Do in Maui

There aren’t many places in the world where you can experience so many different adventures all in one location. That destination is the Hawaiian island of Maui.

With all the beautiful beaches, lush & tropical gardens, waterfalls, volcanoes, and crystal clear water, it’s no wonder Maui is one of the top travel destinations in the world.

We’ve been to Maui two different times and we’re always discovering new things to do, great places to eat, and adventures to experience.

If you are thinking of a trip to the Hawaiian Islands, I would recommend starting with a trip to Maui. While the other islands are also beautiful, Maui has so much to offer for the first time Hawaii visitor. You’ll want to stay for 8-10 days if possible to try all these fun things to do.

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Top 8 Myths About Cruising Put To Rest

We’ve all heard the myths, rumors, and stereotypes about cruising. Maybe we have The Love Boat to blame. Whatever it is, cruising is one of the best ways to take a trip.

I have been on 10 cruises, and I can tell you that the cruising of old is not what cruising is today. There is a lot of misinformation and negative stories floating around but much of your experience will depend on a variety of factors like cruise line, ship size, cabin type and itinerary.

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Get Your Visitor Guides Before You Arrive

Do you find yourself reading the Visitor’s Guides when we arrive at a destination?

We pick up the local visitors guides that are in the hotels, nearby restaurants or at the airports.

We discover new thingsĀ that we didn’t find during our online searches.

That’s why we always get the Visitor’s Guides before we take a trip.

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Expert Tips When Traveling to Aruba

Aruba is called “One Happy Island” for a reason.

Aruba has perfect weather, friendly people, great restaurants, beautiful beaches, excellent shopping, and a lot of fun and adventurous activities to keep you busy.

Our first of four trips to Aruba was for our honeymoon back in 1997. It’s easy to see why we picked this idyllic spot.

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