Mississippi Travel

Mississippi is a great place to visit, if your like me the first thing you think about is the Mississippi River.

But it’s no wonder, Mississippi’s name is derived from the Mississippi River, after the Ojibwe word misi-ziibi.

The state of Mississippi western boundary is largely defined by the Mississippi River.

Mississippi is almost entirely within the Gulf coastal plain, and generally consists of lowland plains and low hills.

Jackson is both the state’s capital and largest city. One of the interesting sites in Jackson is the former state capitol building it was used as the State House from 1839 through 1903, when the present capitol building was opened.

Mississippi is known for its music and literature, it has been called the Birth Place of The Blues.

Musicians of the state’s Delta region were historically significant to the development of the blues.

The USA International Ballet Competition, which is held every four years, takes place in Jackson.

A census showed that in 2010, 37.3% of Mississippi’s population was African American, the highest percentage for any state.

The Mississippi River is not the only river in it’s state, there is the Big Black River, the Pearl River, the Yazoo River, the Pascagoula River, and the Tombigbee River.

Mississippi if one thing is green, it has over 3000 species of plants, more than 420 species of birds, and approximately 204 fish species.

Biloxi
Biloxi is a Mississippi city on the Gulf of Mexico. It’s known for its casinos.

Biloxi Lighthouse stands next to Biloxi Beach on the Mississippi Sound.

The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum offers exhibits on boat-building and seafood-processing.

The Beauvoir estate and Jefferson Davis Presidential Library explore the life of the Confederate leader.

The Institute of Marine Mammal Studies research and rehabilitation center, is one of the only dolphin rescue facilities on the gulf coast, and cares for a variety of marine mammals.

It has a discovery room with a pool that allow visitors to interact with sea stars, stingrays, sharks, and other marine life.

Address: 3671, 10801 Dolphin Ln, Gulf-port, Mississippi
Official site: www.imms.org

Beauvoir
The Beauvoir estate was built in 1852 and became the home of president, Jefferson Davis, in 1877.

It remained in the family until 1903, when Davis’ widow sold the property to the Sons of Confederate Veterans.

As part of the sale, the organization agreed to use the property as a free home for confederate veterans (1903-1957).

Since 1957 the property remains a memorial to confederate soldiers and Jefferson Davis.

The estate is home to the Confederate Presidential Library and Museum.

The museum has President Davis belongings, items from the veterans home, and artifacts from the Civil War.

Visitors may tour the large estate, which includes the home, guest cottages, and the Memorial Cemetery.

Address: 2244 Beach Blvd, Biloxi, Mississippi
site: www.visitbeauvoir.org

Mississippi Museum of Natural Science
The Mississippi Museum of Natural Science offers visitors the unique opportunity to learn about the natural world with exhibits of Mississippi’s wildlife, sealife (aquarium with over 200 species), and its extensive fossil collection.

Location: Off Lakeland Drive at Interstate 55 in Northeast Jackson, Mississippi within LeFleur’s Bluff State Park
Official site: www.mdwfp.com/museum

Elvis Presley Birth Home
On January 8, 1935, Elvis Presley was born in a two-room house that was built by his father in Tupelo, Mississippi.

The home has been preserved and is open for fans to see it as it was during his childhood, complete with period furnishings.

Address: 306 Elvis Presley Drive, Tupelo, Mississippi
Official site: www.elvispresleybirthplace.com

Rock & Blues Heritage Museum
The Rock & Blues Heritage Museum in Clarksdale has a wide variety of music memorabilia from 1905 through the 1970’s, with a focus on the evolution of Blues and Rock n’ Roll.

One of the most impressive aspects is the museum’s collection of original records, dating back to a 1905 Edison phonograph and cylinders and several examples of 1920’s 78 rpm acetate records.

Here, you can also find what is considered the world’s first rock ‘n’ roll record, Ike Turner’s Rocket 78, which was recorded in Clarksdale. Other original vinyls include the 1956 Shake, Rattle and Roll and Rock Around the Clock.

The museum also has several guitars autographed by music legends like Chuck Berry, B.B. King, the Doors’ Rob Krieger, and Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant and Jimmy Page.

Other memorabilia includes interesting artifacts, like The Who’s contract to play Woodstock and ticket stubs form the concert, Beach Boys stage props, and original sheet music.

There is also an exclusive “British Invasion” exhibit, which features Beatles memorabilia and rare items, like John Lennon’s Dutch “Bag One” lithographs.

Address: 113 East 2nd Street, Clarksdale, Mississippi
Official site: www.blues2rock.com


Natchez Trace Parkway
The Natchez Trace Parkway follows a route once used by Native Americans, stretching for 444 miles from Natchez, Mississippi through Alabama to Nashville, Tennessee.

It is a popular scenic route for sightseeing, with plenty of things to do and see along the way.

Among the most popular tourist attractions are numerous prehistoric mounds and archaeological sites, scenic lookouts, and historic points of interest like the Tupelo and Brices Cross Roads battlefields.

The Parkway is also a designated bicycle route with incredible views and photo opportunities.

Official site: http://www.nps.gov/natr/index.htm

Old Courthouse Museum
The Old Courthouse Museum is a registered National Historic Landmark operated by the Vicksburg and Warren County Historical Society.

The courthouse was build in 1858 by slave labor. The museum exhibits Civil War artifacts, flags, clothing, household items, and furniture.

Address: 1008 Cherry Street, Vicksburg, Mississippi
Official site: http://oldcourthouse.org/

Mississippi Petrified Forest
The Mississippi Petrified Forest is a enormous massive forest, slowly turning to stone with time. It has a nature trails to explore the evolution of plants and fossils over time.

Official site: www.mspetrifiedforest.com

Some of the famous people born in Mississippi are Elvis Presley, BB King, Gerald McRaney, Shepard Smith, Oprah Winfrey, Sela Ward, and James Earl Jones.

There is so much more to talk about and explore about Mississippi than what we covered here.

I don't know about you, but I want to soak my feet in the Mississippi River, and get in-touch with nature, and head down the river in a boat.

Never mind me, you go on and have a safe and pleasant vacation. Don't forget your safety tips: Wear casual clothes - Blend in

If you put your wallet in your pants back pockets - insert it - the wide way in - its harder to pull out. Even for you.

Eat right - try the local dishes that include fruits and/or vegetables. You don't have to do it everyday - two out of three. Ok, three out of four and you can throw in some sweets.

Last but not least - if you have a large bag - must take stuff - make sure you have a long strap - and place it across your chest. If the strap is resting on top of your left shoulder - the bag should be resting on the right side of your waist.

Bye, have fun take some pictures and share some with us.

North Carolina Travel

North Carolina is an interesting place to travel to, originally settled by small farmers, and lacking cities it slowly developed to be a world renowned location; recognized in 2018 for a second year in a row – as number one on Forbes’ Best States for Business list.

North Carolina is the 9th most populous state of the United States of America, Raleigh is its capital.

Raleigh is known for its fine universities, chief among is the North Carolina State University.

Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina. Residents of Charlotte are referred to as Charlotteans.

Charlotte is listed as a gamma-plus global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.
After New York City, Charlotte is the second largest banking center in the United States.


As a tourist destination Charlotte is mostly known for its Museums, Leisure, Outdoors, and Entertainment.

Throughout history American Indian Tribes have been documented in the North Carolina region.

Chief among these tribes but not limited to are the Chowanoke, Roanoke, Pamlico, Machapunga, Coree, Cherokee, Cheraw, Waxhaw, Saponi, Waccamaw, and Catawba Tribes.

North Carolina has the largest Indian Population east of the Mississippi River.

Some of North Carolina's most interesting sites are:

Biltmore Estate
The Biltmore Estate is a historic house museum in Asheville, North Carolina.  The Biltmore House was built for George Washington Vanderbilt II between 1889 and 1895.

Blue Ridge Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway is America's longest linear National Parkway, noted for its scenic beauty; its 469 miles cover 29 Virginia and North Carolina counties.
Carowinds
The Carowinds is a 400-acre amusement park, in North Carolina known for it's breathtaking magical fun filled rides.
Land of Oz
The Land of Oz is currently a private property located in the resort town of Beech Mountain, North Carolina, USA. A most place to visit.
North Carolina Zoo
The North Carolina Zoo consists of 500 acres of natures most wonderful wildlife.

The species origin range from North America to Africa.

Don't think about it any longer, consider this great coastal state for a visit.

Please let me know about your visit, how far back in history did you travel?

Have a great time!

Maryland Travel



Maryland is a state in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern region of the United States, bordering Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.

The state's largest city is Baltimore, and its capital is Annapolis.

Among its occasional nicknames are Old Line State, the Free State, and the Chesapeake Bay State.

It is named after the English queen Henrietta Maria, known in England as Queen Mary.

Sixteen of Maryland's twenty-three counties border the tidal waters of the Chesapeake Bay, totally more than 4,000 miles of shoreline.

Maryland has been ranked as one of the best governed states in the country.

Maryland's Eastern Shore and Western Shore embrace the Chesapeake Bay, and the many estuaries and rivers create one of the longest waterfronts of any state.

Important agricultural products from Maryland are greenhouse and nursery products, chickens, dairy products, eggs, and soybeans.

Stone, coal, sand, gravel, cement, and clay are among their chief mineral products.

Baltimore is Maryland's largest city, and home of the Johns Hopkins University and Hospital.

Annapolis is Maryland's capital and the site of the United States Naval Academy.

Assateague Island National Park Seashore; is currently one of Maryland's most favorite vacation destinations.

Known for its sightseeing cruises, bird watching, fishing, hunting, swimming, sunbathing and kayaking.

Fort McHenry is located in Baltimore and one of the things it has become best known for is its defense of the harbor in the War of 1812.

The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum has one of the most important railroad collection in the United States.

The Strathmore Music Center offers audiences a wide variety of musical shows that suits just about anybody's taste.

In 1902, Maryland opened the Ocean City Boardwalk is recognized as one of the best boardwalks in America.

It’s filled with novelty shops, and restaurants. It’s nightlife is full of music and dancing.

Maryland is also known for it's Six Flags America theme park located in Woodmore CDP, Prince George's County, Maryland, near Upper Marlboro.

Six Flags America is divided into six themed areas inspired by the different extremes of the United States

Main Street 1776, Chesapeake, Looney Tunes Movie Town, Mardi Gras, Gotham City, and Coyote Creek

Main Street 1776, also known as Liberty Street, is inspired by Colonial America set during the American Revolution

Chesapeake embodies life on the water. This area was split into two sections, Skull Island, and Olde Boston.

Skull Island, focused heavily on the inclusion of pirates. Olde Boston focused on the colonial era.

Looney Tunes Movie Town is inspired by the Looney Tunes cartoons of the 1930s and 1940s.

Mardi Gras is an all year Mardi Gras celebration.

Gotham City is a land that allows guests the experience Comics Strips most notorious city.

Ride The Joker’s carnival coaster, or soar to the skies with Superman, on the Ride of Steel.

Or take an unforgettable trip down the river with the Penguin, you decide.

Coyote Creek includes Renegade Rapids - a white water rafting ride down the river - inspired by the Colorado River.

Coyote Creek is home to the Crazy Horse Saloon, were cowboys use to drink and relax.

Deep Creek Lake is the largest inland body of water in Maryland.

The park offers activities like fishing, hiking, swimming, water skiing and wakeboarding.

During the winter, it becomes a great place for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

Among other popular Maryland attractions are the following:

National Aquarium, USS Constellation, and Maryland Science Center at Baltimore's Inner Harbor; Historic St. Mary's City; Jefferson Patterson Historical Park and Museum at St. Leonard; Goddard Space Flight Center at Greenbelt; Assateague Island National Park Seashore; Ocean City beach resort; and Catoctin Mountain, Fort Frederick, and Piscataway parks.

Baltimore is the most popular tourist destination in Maryland.

Baltimore is known as the city where Francis Scott Key wrote the lyrics for the Star Spangled Banner in 1812.

Local highlights include excellent seafood crabs, oysters, crab cakes, and crab soup.

Baltimore lies on the juncture of the Chesapeake Bay.

The Inner Harbour is one of Baltimore's most upscale neighborhoods known for its museums, hotels and magnificent National Aquarium.

Midtown is home to the performing arts district, Penn Station, Walters Art Museum, Charles St restaurants, and the University of Baltimore.

South Baltimore is home to Federal Hill, Locust Point, Pigtown, and Fort McHenry.

North Baltimore is home to Charles Village, Station North Arts District, Hampden, Loyola, Johns Hopkins, and Mount Washington.

Southeast Baltimore is home to Canton, Patterson Park, Highlandtown, and Greektown.

West Baltimore is home to Druid Hill Park, Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park, Pimlico, Maryland Zoo in druid Hill ParK, Pimlico Race course, and Edgar Allen Poe's house.

East Baltimore is home to Johns Hopkins Hospital, Clifton Park Golf Course, and Herring Run Park.

Maryland is a seasonal wonderland, so full of activities. Did you know that in the winter you can go skiing there.

WISP Resort  is one of Maryland's top ski and snowboarding location.

The area provides a winter playground for snow sports with 172 acres of skiing, over 100 inches of annual natural snow plus snowmaking.

Situated in the mountains of Western Maryland, Wisp Resort is Maryland's only 4-season ski, golf and recreational destination resort.

Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall Maryland is the place to go, book your trip now and have a great time there.
Let me know about your trip.


Rhode Island Travel

Rhode Island, is a state in the New England region of the United States. Geographically it’s a very small state; it’s official name is:

The State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.

Rhode Island’s official nickname is “The Ocean State”, because of its large bays.

The capital of Rhode Island is Providence.

Providence is the capital and most populous city of Rhode Island it was founded in 1636.

Rhode Island is filled with Historic landmarks, here are just a few of them:

The John Brown House Museum, whose architecture is preserved from the 18th century.

The Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum, which is an American National Historic Landmark.

Newport’s Gilded Age Mansions and Touro Synagogue, which is the oldest synagogue in The United States of America.

The Woonsocket’s Museum of Work and Culture.

The Casey Farm from the 18th century.
And near Bristol – The Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum.

Rhode Island is small but definitely a trend setter and a leader in many respect.
Here are some of the facts:
On May 4, 1776, the Colony of Rhode Island became the first of the Thirteen Colonies to renounce its allegiance to the British Crown.
Rhode Island abolished capital punishment, making it one of 19 states that have done so.

In the year 2009, Rhode Island was listed as the 9th safest state in the USA.

In 2011, Rhode Island became the third state in the United States to pass legislation to allow the use of medical marijuana.

Rhode Island became the eighth state to fully recognize either same-sex marriage or civil unions.
On May 2nd, 2013 same-sex marriage became legal in Rhode Island, and took effect on August 1st.

Rhode Island, like the rest of New England, has a tradition of clam chowder.
Although, it’s famous for it’s clear broth clam chowder, you have to try it.

The official drink of Rhode Island is coffee milk.

Coffee Milk is a beverage created by mixing milk with special coffee syrup.

This coffee syrup is widely sold in the shops.

Johnnycakes have been a Rhode Island staple since Colonial times, made with corn meal and water then pan-fried much like pancakes.

If you like bread you have to try a sub sandwich in Rhode Island, also known as Grinders.

One of Rhode Island most popular Grinders is made with ham, prosciutto, capicola, salami, and Provolone cheese, have one with coffee milk.

The state capitol building is made of white Georgian marble.

The First Baptist Church of Providence was founded by Roger Williams in 1638.

Newport is a seaside city with many historic mansions including The Breakers, Marble House, and Belcourt Castle.

Also located there is the Touro Synagogue, dedicated on December 2, 1763.

The Newport Casino is a National Historic Landmark building complex that presently houses the International Tennis Hall of Fame and features an active grass-court tennis club.

If you like to drive Route 1A is the Scenic Route – it’s a Ocean Road in Narragansett.

Located in Narragansett are “The Towers” a large stone arch. It was once the entrance to a famous Narragansett casino that burned down in 1900.

The Towers now serve as an event venue and host the local Chamber of Commerce, which operates a tourist information center.

The Newport Tower has a two side history – some say is was the Viking origin, others say it was a Colonial-era windmill, once you see it, you’ll know which one applies.

One of the great things to do in Rhode Island is to take a Boat Tour. There are various companies in the Harbor to choose from.

Some cruises go past 10 Rhode Island Lighthouses in Narragansett Bay along with a complete Newport Harbor Tour.

Some pass islands, the Newport Bridge, mansions, Fort Adams and many other famous Rhode Island sights.

You can even go the other New England States by boat from Rhode Island.

There are fast and normal rate cruises to choose from.

Experience the coast, experience Rhode Island.

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Maine Travel

When you see a map of the United States the first thing you notice is the coastline, and the two distictive trademarks that stand out – Maine and Florida.

Maine is the largest of the six New England States, it became the 23rd U.S. State on March 15, 1820, as part of the Missouri Compromise.

Maine is known for its coastline, and for being a producer of lobsters and blueberries.

Portland is the largest city in Maine, it consists of old and new historic landmarks.

Founded in the seventeenth century Portland is known for it’s Old Port Exchange.

Among the most historical sites in Portland is the former residence of renown writer, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

The Portland Art Museum, is full of breathtaking works of arts and artifacts from Maine’s history.

The view from Casco Bay is breathtaking; a great place to go whale watching.

In the western region of Maine there is a large mountainous region that is a skiable area.

In the North East, it’s the Sugarloaf Resort which offers an above tree line lift-service.

The Sugarloaf Mountain in the Carrabassett Valley of western Maine has a vertical drop of over 2,820 feet.

The Monhegan Plantation in Lincoln County, Maine – is about 12 nautical miles off the mainland.
It has a population of approximately 69 residents.

It’s accessible by boat from The Boothbay Harbor.

It was designated a National Natural Landmark, for its coastal and island flora in 1966.

World wide the Lobster imported from Maine – is known as “American Lobster”. Lobster from Maine is also distinguished for it’s Red shell.
Red Shell = Maine Lobster.

Maine is the largest lobster producing state in the United States.

Located in the heart of Portland on the historic waterfront, there is a superb clear cold water Fishing Community.
Known for it’s guaranteed high quality lobster – Maine Lobster.




All Lobsters from Maine come from clear cold waters.

When in Maine I strongly recommend that you find yourself a fishing Harbor; and catch the best lobster there is.

Don’t worry about preparing it, you’ll find a place – just go catch it. A big Red Shell one would be nice.

The Boothbay Harbor is a great place to Lodge, it has a coastal resort right on the water.

Great views- makes you appreciate nature and the beauty of the sea. Have you noticed that the ocean and the sea seem to meet at some point.

And it’s an ideal place for a family holiday. Stay in a cabin or lodge on the waterfront.

You can then relax on the bay, enjoy resort activities or just enjoy the local area attractions.

In Maine people eat well, so check out their restaurants and friendly atmosphere.

Old Orchard Beach is known for it’s low surf – the perfect place to take the children – let them play in the sand and build a magnificent sand castle – with minimal worries about the tie – is usually low – child friendly. But always check the local news to be sure.

Orchard Beach is also a nice place to walk the boardwalk – then sunbathe and stroll along the beach.

If you like to play golf, Maine the place – to go to – a few comfortable fields for you to tea off – afterwards you can enjoy an auto race in the Old Orchard Beach area.

Maine by no doubt is bigger than it seems, with so much to do all year round.

Start your next winter aventure skiing in Maine then come back in the summer and catch that lobster.

Year round Maine is full of history, festivals, fairs, concerts, street dances, and fireworks.

Have a great time there ……. let me know how your trip went.


Frankfurt Travel

Travelling to Frankfurt it’s an experience of a lifetime.

Travel is then a movement within time that remains in our memory. The origin of the word “travel” was lost in history the term originally meant – work – this comes from the Old French word – travail.

When we say travel today it’s synonomous with airlines, cheap flight deals, hotel, hotel deals, travel package, cruises and car rentals.

In short a leisure getaway to Frankfurt, Germany.

There’s a difference between being a tourist and being a traveler.

A tourist travels geographical distances and is mostly interested in the technological advances, malls, restaurants, bars, and skyscapers. This is exactly what you will find in Frankfurt.

When traveling anywhered, the odds favor a safe and incident-free trip, however, travelers can be subject to difficulties, crime and violence.


Great fares to Europe and beyond.

Here are some safety tips:
If you must carry a bag, make sure it has a long strong strap that you can place across your chest like so – ( / ). Avoid straps that clip on they can easily be removed. Make sure the strap is sewed to the bag.

If you must place your wallet in your back pockets. Place the wallet in your pocket the wide way. Hold the wallet in your hand like your going to open it – book style; and insert it in your back pockets that way.

This may require some adjusting to get it in your pocket – and hopefully to get it out. Pick pockets look for people who placed their wallet the long way in their pockets.

Bumping into you it’s all it takes to move your wallet up and walk away with it.

Take shirts that you can wear outside your pants. Preferably one that covers your pockets.

Whether your a world tourist or traveller visit Frankfurt, Germany let me know all about your experience.

Long Island, New York City Travel

Travelling to Long Island, in New York City is more than a movement between geographical locations, whether by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, with or without luggage, one way or round trip – it’s an experience of a lifetime.

When we say travel today it’s synonomous with airlines, cheap flight deals, hotel, hotel deals, and travel packages.

All these things are easily found in Long Island.

In short – vacation time; this year a trip to Long Island in New York City may be just what you need.

There’s a difference between being a tourist and being a traveler.

A tourist travels geographical distances and is mostly interested in the technological advances, beaches, malls, restaurants, bars, and skyscapers.

This kind of person may use public transportation and is interested in the modern things.

The traveller is interested in the countries history and culture and is there to see the historical sites. This kind of traveller is most likely to book tours, see the museums, and visit the castles and caves.

We can then safely assume that the purpose and motivation of each person differs when it comes to booking a trip.
World wide authorities emphasize the importance of taking precautions to ensure travel safety.

When traveling anywhered, the odds favor a safe and incident-free trip, however, travelers can be subject to difficulties, crime and violence.

Here are some safety tips:
If you must carry a bag, make sure it has a long strong strap that you can place across your chest like so – ( / ). Avoid straps that clip on they can easily be removed.

Make sure the strap is sewed to the bag.




If you must place your wallet in your back pockets. Place the wallet in your pocket the wide way. Hold the wallet in your hand like your going to open it – book style; and insert it in your back pockets that way.

This may require some adjusting to get it in your pocket – and hopefully to get it out. Pick pockets look for people who placed their wallet the long way in their pockets.

Bumping into you it’s all it takes to move your wallet up and walk away with it.

Take shirts that you can wear outside your pants. Preferably one that covers your pockets.

Whether your a world tourist or traveller have a great time in New York City; let me know all about your experience.


Ilha Grande Bay Travel

Travelling to Ilha Grande Bay, Brazil is more than a movement between geographical locations, whether by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, with or without luggage, one way or round trip – it’s an experience.

When we say travel today it’s synonomous with airlines, cheap flight deals, hotels, motels, travel packages, cruises and car rentals. Exactly what you can find here to make your booking to Ilha Grande Bay in Brazil easy.

There’s a difference between being a tourist and being a traveler.

A tourist travels geographical distances and is mostly interested in the technological advances, beaches, malls, restaurants, bars, and skyscrapers. This kind of person may use public transportation and is interested in the modern things.




The traveller is interested in the countries history and culture and is there to see the historical sites. This kind of traveller is most likely to book tours, see the museums, and visit the castles and caves.

Whether you a the tourist type or a traveller Brazil is the place to see

We can then safely assume that the purpose and motivation of each person differs when it comes to booking a trip.
World wide authorities emphasize the importance of taking precautions to ensure travel safety. When traveling anywhered, the odds favor a safe and incident-free trip, however, travelers can be subject to difficulties, crime and violence.

Here are some safety tips:

If you must carry a bag, make sure it has a long strong strap that you can place across your chest like so – ( / ). Avoid straps that clip on they can easily be removed. Make sure the strap is sewed to the bag.

If you must place your wallet in your back pockets. Place the wallet in your pocket the wide way.

Hold the wallet in your hand like your going to open it – book style; and insert it in your back pockets that way.

This may require some adjusting to get it in your pocket – and hopefully to get it out. Pick pockets look for people who placed their wallet the long way in their pockets.

Bumping into you it’s all it takes to move your wallet up and walk away with it.

Take shirts that you can wear outside your pants. Preferably one that covers your pockets.

Whether your a world tourist or traveller visit Ilha Grande Bay in Brazil; and let me know all about your experience.

Have a safe flight!

Singapore Travel



Singapore officially the Republic of Singapore, is a sovereign city-state and island country which consists of one main island along with 62 other islets.

Singapore is a global commerce, finance and transport huband a busy container port.

The country has also been identified as a tax haven.

Singapore ranks 5th on the UN Human Development Index and the 3rd highest GDP per capita.

It is ranked highly in education, healthcare, life expectancy, quality of life, personal safety and housing.

There are four official languages: English (common and first language), Malay, Mandarin and Tamil; almost all Singaporeans are bilingual.




Singapore is a unitary multiparty parliamentary republic, with a Westminster system of unicameral parliamentary government. The People’s Action Party has won every election since self-government in 1959.

Singapore has a tropical rainforest climate. Temperatures usually range from 22 to 35 °C (72 to 95 °F).

Singapore’s standard electricity supply is 230 volts AC with a frequency of 50 hertz (230V/50Hz).




You can use your electric appliances in Singapore, if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220-240 V.

Some of Singapore’s most popular sites are:

Gardens by the Bay is a nature park in central Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. The park consists of three waterfront gardens: Bay South Garden, Bay East Garden and Bay Central Garden.

Sentosa is an island resort off Singapore’s southern coast, connected to the city by road, cable car, pedestrian boardwalk and monorail.

The River Safari is a river-themed zoo and aquarium located in Singapore.

The Singapore Zoo, located in a heavily forested area houses over 72 species of animals.

The Underwater World, is an oceanarium located on the offshore Singaporean island of Sentosa. It houses more than 2,500 marine animals of 250 species from different parts of the world.

Orchard Road is Singapore’s retail center, with discount outlets, department stores and upscale boutiques, alongside luxury hotels.

Other top rated locations in Singapore include Merlion Park full of statues and fountains, Jurong Bird Park, Buddha Tooth Relic Temple, Sri Mariamman Temple, Tiger Sky Tower, Peranakan Museum and The National Orchid Market.

There is no doubt that Singapore is not only a economic treasure but it’s an nature reserve treasure. Let me know all about your trip. Have a safe journey.

Curacao Travel

Curacao is an island in the southern Caribbean Sea, approximately 65 kilometers north of the Venezuelan coast, it’s capital is Willemstad. One of five island territories of the former Netherlands Antilles.

Before the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles on the 10th of October of 2010, Curacao was administered as the “Island Territory of Curacao.

The original inhabitants of Curacao were the Arawak people.

In June 2017, the island was named the Top Cruise Destination in the Southern Caribbean by Cruise Critic, a major online forum.

The Curacao Sea Aquarium and the Dolphin Academy share an islet on the west coast of the island.

Curacao is a multi-lingual society. The official languages are Dutch, Papiamentu and English.

Nonetheless, Dutch is the sole language for all administration and legal matters.
Most of Curacao’s population is able to converse in at least two languages – spanish included.




Some of Curacao most interesting sites are:

Willemstad, Curaçao’s capital city – Pastel colored Dutch architecture buildings decorate the streets of the capital.

Travel along the waterway to the Queen Emma Pontoon Bridge on your way to the historic downtown district.

Fort Amsterdam – is part of the capital built in 1635. today serves as the Governor’s Palace, it there is a Protestant church in the Palace’s courtyard.

Main Street – is full of floating boats where fresh produce is delivered from Venezuela by schooner.

The Queen Emma Bridge – connects pedestrians between the Punda and Otrobanda districts.

This swings open to allow the passage of ships to and from the port.

The Queen Juliana Bridge – is the tallest bridge in the Caribbean, it connects mobile traffic between the Punda and Otrobanda districts.

Buggy Excursions – enjoy a buggy excursion of the untamed nature and secluded spots only accessible by off the road vehicles.

Snorkeling – Snorkel and swim with tropical fishes then participate in an echolocation experiment – Get a ride from 2 dolphins pulling you up to the surface with their dorsal fins.

Deep Sea Fishing – Enjoy fishing on a yatch for marlin, mahi-mahi, wahoo, and tuna.

Boat cruise to Klein Curaçao – stroll the beach, visit the lighthouse, snorkel, and encounter sea turtles.
Kayak across Caracas Bay – great views.

Tugboat and Reef Snorkel Tours – scenic and extraordinary sites that you may not easily find on your own.

Private Yatch Cruise Tour – Sail the Caribbean Sea on board a private yacht, They usually serve drinks and snacks as you sail. Lots of Dolphins on the route.

Small Yatch Tour – see some of the Caribbean island’s most beautiful lagoons, jump off to swim and snorkel around shipwrecks.

Ostrich Farm – Find out how an ostrich develops from an egg to the fastest-running bird in the world. Feeding is allowed.

Participate in an echolocation experiment – Get a ride from 2 dolphins pulling you up to the surface with their dorsal fins.

Dolphins – Take this great opportunity to meet dolphins. Dive and swim with them.

There is no doubt Curacao is the place to Travel to.

Have a great time, let me know about your trip.