Destinations

May 9, 2018

Top 10 Things to Do on a Cruise from Bali

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Get a 2 hour massage, because you can afford it! Take a Yoga Lesson Visit a temple Dress like a Balinese woman Eat like you’re Indonesian – http://www.bali-indonesia.com/dining/best-food.htm Scuba Dive Swim with Sea Turtles See a Komodo Dragon… live! Participate in a traditional water ceremony Sip the most expensive coffee in the world. Seriously! A cup will cost you between […]

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Komodos, Pink Beaches, Waterfalls & Temples… and a Massage or Five to boot!

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Ever since I was about 16 years old, it’s been my dream to visit Bali, Indonesia. My first exposure the islands of Indonesia (over 17,000 in all), was aboard Holland America Cruise ships. Who were these exotic people… so friendly and so eager to please?  My inquisitive nature shortly brought me closer and closer to […]

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April 2, 2018

Exotics Defined

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What is your definition of Exotic? The dictionary defines exotic as an adjective used to describe something originating in a distant foreign country or “of a kind not used for ordinary purposes or not ordinarily encountered.” Not conventional. This is where the word takes a turn in the travel industry — toward destinations off the […]

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January 9, 2018

Baby It’s Cold Outside!

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As we stare at the Calendar for 2018 and think to ourselves, “How is it 2018??” we hit the ground running with resolutions, promises of a better life and planning to make it all happen. Some of us are staring at single digit temperatures and imagining warm sunny destinations and outdoor fun. Either way, ESCAPE […]

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November 8, 2017

Fusterlandia:  (Fantasyland) Where Art is Alive and Well in Cuba

Our tour bus meandered into a sleepy little seaside town on Day Two in the port of Havana that really didn’t look like much. People on the tour were chatting amongst themselves. Then they started to see colorfully tiled walls out the windows and the chatter subsided. It was as if we all were sprinkled […]

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November 7, 2017

Cuba: The Trip You Need to Take

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In the past four years, Singles Travel International has been bringing groups to Cuba. First through a land tour and now through a wonderful cruise, but both made possible through the required People-to-People program. You have watched us promote Cuba as a destination to see before it changes forever. You will now see us promote […]

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October 18, 2017

MoBay Mojo Day One

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Everything’s Cool Montego Bay, Jamaica – 6:30 p.m. DAY ONE ~ As I sit in the quiet bar at the Wexford Hotel overlooking beautiful Montego Bay, I reflect on my first day on this rugged island. Rugged in its steep green hills, rugged in its swampy air thick with humidity. It’s a cool 90 degrees […]

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September 25, 2017

Bikinis to Earmuffs – Norway

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I met a millennial in Copenhagen on my way to Oslo. She is from Oslo, but was returning from a fashion internship in Denmark arranged by her college in Sweden. All 3 countries in one day….sounds like 3 states in New England in one day…..global perspectives!! She saw the way I was dressed from southern […]

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July 6, 2017

The Top 3 Reasons to See the Galapagos Islands with STI

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You’ve had this destination on your travel bucket list for years – the magical Galapagos Islands.  As incredible as the National Geographic videos are, nothing can compare to walking the beautiful beaches, witnessing the breathtaking views and experiencing the wildlife yourself!  This is a trip you want to get right the first time, and Singles Travel […]

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June 7, 2016

Pura Vida with Singles Travel International’s in Costa Rica 2016

  Over half the singles’ travel group showed up one day early to explore the culture of San Jose and avoid stressing out about late or cancelled flights. Genuine local food was enjoyed at La Criollita and our local guide Daniel provided a walking tour of Plaza de la Cultura, Museo Nationale and Mercado Central […]

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