Sunday, November 21, 2010

Traveling in 2011

2010 is nearly gone and 2011 is much closer that we would like to admit. Bring on the New Year's Resolutions and promises to ourselves and families. A common New Year's Resolution is travel. "I'm going to take my family on an amazing vacation this year!" The trick to that has been the economy these last few years. Lost jobs, cuts in pay and benefits have caused consumers to spend less and budget more. This kind of "protecting ourselves" actually hurts us in the long run by forcing companies to raise prices on the things that we require to survive as well as on leisure products.

Here's the good news! Some analyst somewhere has said that the recession is ending! We can again pull out our wallets and start having fun! Whoa... Just a minute there. Before you go spending your life savings, use some of that frugality you learned during this recent depression and spend, but spend wisely my friend.

When it comes to vacationing, it can be fun, elegant, relaxing and memorable without breaking the bank! Don't believe me? Check out Cruising! The price to spend 7 sun soaked days and 6 fun filled nights on a Caribbean cruise will most likely cost you less than a 5-day pass to Disneyland! Now we are talking amazing food, beautiful beaches, exotic destinations and fun for the whole family, all wrapped up in to one nice little package, often times with gratuities already included! Leave your wallet in your stateroom and head to the pool, the restaurant or the beach. You'll only need it when you dock at some of the most exotic destinations and the fun and flavor of the islands overwhelm you and you find shopping and bargains, the likes of which you would never find on the mainland! Try it. Once you've cruised, you'll never forget it!

3 comments:

Joshua Angelicola said...

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Joshua Angelicola said...

Dear Webmaster,

This is my second effort in reaching out to you, as we have not yet seen any action with removing the links to our client. Please read below and contact me with any questions.

I’m contacting you on behalf of our client; DirectLineCruises.com. It has been determined that you have an active link pointing back to our client’s website. Recently, you should have received correspondence from Triangle Direct Media to remove any links within your web properties that associate with our client’s website. If not, please be advised that the client has severed relations with Triangle Direct and formally requests that all links that were attained through that relationship be removed effective immediately.

Here is the URL of the related page:
http://savvylady.blogspot.com/2010/11/traveling-in-2011.html

We appreciate your prompt attention and compliance with this request. We will be re-checking the URL above throughout the next 7 days and trust that our request can be fulfilled within this time period. If you have any questions, please contact me at your convenience.

Thank you.

Joshua Angelicola said...

Dear Webmaster,

This is my second effort in reaching out to you, as we have not yet seen any action with removing the links to our client. Please read below and contact me with any questions.

I’m contacting you on behalf of our client; DirectLineCruises.com. It has been determined that you have an active link pointing back to our client’s website. Recently, you should have received correspondence from Triangle Direct Media to remove any links within your web properties that associate with our client’s website. If not, please be advised that the client has severed relations with Triangle Direct and formally requests that all links that were attained through that relationship be removed effective immediately.

Here is the URL of the related page:
http://savvylady.blogspot.com/2010/11/traveling-in-2011.html

We appreciate your prompt attention and compliance with this request. We will be re-checking the URL above throughout the next 7 days and trust that our request can be fulfilled within this time period. If you have any questions, please contact me at your convenience.

Thank you.