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#MondayBlues March 18th, 2019 


Shed away those post St. Patrick's day #MondayBlues with some beautiful photos of Dublin, Ireland! During and  all of the parading, and public events, Dublin is a charming town, full of history and wonder.

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#TravelQuoteTuesday  | 


It's #TravelQuoteTuesday! Today's quote,


We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.

- Jawaharlal Nehru




#DestinationWednesday  |  March 7th, 2019



Mexico City is, and has always been, the sun in the Mexican solar system. Though much-maligned in the past, these days the city is cleaning up its act. Revamped public spaces are springing back to life, the culinary scene is exploding and a cultural renaissance is flourishing. On top of all that, by largely managing to distance itself from the drug war, the nation’s capital remains a safe haven of sorts. Far from shaking off visitors, the earthquakes of 2017 revealed a young society who attracted admiration through their solidarity.

A stroll through the buzzing downtown area reveals the capital’s storied history, from pre-Hispanic and colonial-era splendor to its contemporary edge. This high-octane megalopolis contains plenty of escape valves in the way of old-school cantinas, intriguing museums, inspired dining and boating excursions along ancient canals. With so much going on, you might consider scrapping those beach plans.


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#TravelTipThursday  |  February 22nd, 2019

The Benefits of Using a Travel Agent


There are many benefits to using a travel agent, from saving time and money to unlocking special perks and benefits. Today, agents are more popular than ever and playing a key role in the continued growth of the travel and tourism industry. If you're still on the fence, consider some of these reasons before going at it alone.


Travel agents take care of every aspect of your trip, from your flights and hotel to ground transportation and excursions. Therefore, clients can be organized without having to stress over the planning process.

Save Time and Stress

Your travel agent does the work for you, saving you invaluable time along with the headaches of scouring the Internet for travel deals. Plus, you're more likely to look forward to your trip when you haven't been left disenchanted with the planning process.

There From Start to Finish

Using a travel agent provides you with unparalleled peace of mind as agents are available to assist clients before, during and after their trip. In the event that something does go wrong, your agent will be an invaluable resource. They'll also welcome any feedback you may after when you return.

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#FoodieFriday  |  March 8th, 2019





Alisara 'Paper' Chongphanotkul from Saawaan (Bangkok)

Chef "Paper" is the Pastry Chef of Restaurant Sawaan in Bangkok. She may be young and modest but the talented chef is already championing Thai dessert techniques and ingredients in a real intelligent way. Case in point is her dessert of Thong Ampai pumpkin pudding with Chonburi coconut and pandan.






Cheryl Koh of Les Amis and Tart by Cheryl Koh (Singapore)

Cheryl Koh, Les Amis and Tart's pastry chef, has earned the respect and admiration of industry insiders.


"I truly admire Cheryl Koh, the pastry chef of Les Amis, as her pastry skills are top-notch and she has mastered all classic French pastries with aplomb. I particularly enjoy Koh's Clementine dessert and her chocolate tart is also to die for. I have a lot of respect for her."






Trisha Greentree of 10 William Street (Sydney, Australia)

"She may not be a known name but Trisha Greentree, who worked for several years at Brae, has cooked for some time in both Australia and internationally and has recently started her first head chef role at 10 William St in Sydney. She's a natural cook with a great understanding of flavor, seasoning and restraint. I'veget yet to see what she does at 10 William but if the dumplings she makes occasionally for my daughter are anything to go by, whatever she does will surely gain attention."

Dan Hunter

Chef-Owner, Brae



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