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Travel Advisor

Posted on 19/02/2016 in travel advisor by

Being a military dependent I grew up with travel, picnics on the Rhine and exploring castles, cathedrals and ruins. Upon growing up and settling down what a shock to discover the travels of my youth that I took for granted were the exception not the norm! In 1998, after raising a family, my first love – travel – became a second career. In February 2014, an outbreak of hemorrhagic fever later identified as Ebola, occurred in Southern Guinea and is continuing through March and likely April. Ebola is a virus infection that has a high case fatality rate (up to 90% but may be as low as 25%) and can be spread by direct contact with infected blood/secretions. Patients with Ebola may cross the border to enter Sierra Leone and Liberia for medical care. See health reports for additional information.

In August 2016 I made a reservation through FlipKey (a …

Costa Rica Family Vacations

Posted on 16/02/2016 in travel advisor by

Costa Rica vacations are getting more popular every year, and there are some truly amazing Costa Rica hotels & resorts for the lovers of nature. Whether you like adventures, stunning beaches or National Parks, there are plenty to see and do in Costa Rica. If you plan a family vacation, it can be filled with adventure, exploration and experience. Find out more about hotels & resorts in Central America. Some of the most stunning beaches are found in Central America. No matter if you are looking for surfing facilities, a spectacular landscape or scuba diving tuition, there are many places where you can get all the services in one place. Some people choose a Costa Rica holiday because of the natural setting and tours offered, others like the snorkeling and bird watching activities. Fishing is another popular sport, and you are sure to be enjoying it on your ultimate family …