Friday, November 28, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
Friday, November 21, 2008
Thursday, November 20, 2008
Here's a CheapCaribbean deal that will have you enjoying blue Bahamian skies at the beachfront Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach for 3 all-inclusive nights for just $269 per person. What's more, air is included! You save more than 50%.
Here's everything that's included:
Roundtrip air on a major airline (see below for details)
3 all-inclusive nights at Viva Wyndham Fortuna Beach on Grand Bahama Island
All your meals, drinks (including alcohol) and nonmotorized water sports
All tips and gratuities
Travel select dates from Jan. 4-29 from the following cities:
+$0 from Ft. Lauderdale and Miami
+$70 from Boston and Orlando
+$80 from Washington D.C.
+$100 from New York City
+$110 & up from More than 40 additional departure cities; see Web site below for details
IMPORTANT: In order to obtain this deal, you must use booking code VIVA100 (both online as well as by phone) and download the cash back rebate form on CheapCaribbean's Web site. Pricing above already reflects both the booking code and the cash rebate (prices on CheapCaribbean.com's page will not yet be discounted.)
Book by Nov. 26: Click here for more information and to book online through CheapCaribbean.com. Or call CheapCaribbean.com at 1-800-915-2322 and mention you saw this offer on Travelzoo.
Monday, November 17, 2008
Associated Press reports that sand along some of the caribbeans beaches is disappearing at alarming rates as theives feed a local construction boom. The sand is favored in creating smooth surfaces for plastering and finishing and is being hauled off by the truckload late at night.
Some towns and areas are now exposed to tidal surges and rough seas. Among the hardest hit is Grenada, where officials are building a US $1.2 million dollar seawall to protect the 131 suare-mile island.
One of the regions largest sand thefts targeted Jamaica, where nearly 100 truckloads were swiped from private property in the northwest, exposing protected mangroves and a limestone forest to wind and waves. Police have refused to comment.
Joseph Gilbert, minister of works and environment in Grenada, says "If we continue to mine the beaches the way we've been doing, we will have no sand to boast about. Just sea and sun."
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Sunday, November 09, 2008
Friday, November 07, 2008
After making a telephone call he offered to fly Iran and I to Rio for a week to do a photoshoot. There was no need to think it over because the dates would coincide with our anniversary. How awesome that is! I looked at Iran to see if he had any doubts, since he was to be the "new discovery." He was cool and confident and gave me an I can't wait look. (He seems to have exhibitionist tendencies anyway.)
We had a great time in Rio and everyone at the studio said this is sure to be one of the hottest issues.