Travel Afar: A Moment’s Notice…

Get up and do something different…something unique, something you’ve never done before.

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By the way, wanna come?

Leyan was out with her friend buying last-minute items for the apparent Silhouettes of a trip to Europe, when suddenly they asked if she wanted to come. She thought about it. Being away from work for a few weeks she had nothing planned. Like a Trill without thinking too long she turned and said…oh why not.

Immediately they called to book travel arrangements and the next day she was off. Coincidence…don’t you just love ’em?

Have you ever done it? I mean thought about doing something way out of the blue at a moment’s notice? Here, we are not thinking about life situations where you have no choice such as sickness, and others. We’re talking here about just getting up and going somewhere that will benefit and relax you …

Just Because

Just because you’re you. May I challenge you to try it one day…

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Destinations That Inspire…

Love this! Paris and Florence are my absolutely favorite destinations.

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Travel opens the mind and boosts creativity! Here are destinations to inspire your Flames! Create a Strategy. Sparkle your Dreams! Pack your bags! Insight your bucket list. Go, Fish for insights and Enjoy!



Buenos Aires


French Quarter, New Orleans

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Image result for negril jamaica Negril, Jamaica

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Traveling Eyes. 4 Rivers And A Croc…


Tarcoles, Puntarenas, Costa Rica

The Tarcoles River may be known as the country’s dirtiest and most polluted basin but it is ironically considered as one of Costa Rica’s tourist attractions. Its claim to fame is that it houses one of the world’s largest crocodile population with about 25 crocodiles living per square kilometer. This river isn’t only important to over 2000 crocs in the area, it also acts as a very significant watershed of the Central Valley.

One of the four rivers that flows out from the Nicoya Peninsula into the Pacific Ocean, the Tarcoles River measures 111 km long and its watershed covers upto 2,121 km. More than its crocodiles, this rio also boasts of a hefty number of bird, reptile and animal species.