Showing posts from January, 2023

Beverage Carry-On & Corkage Fee Policies by Cruise Line

Going on a cruise in the near future? Thinking about carrying on a bottle of wine or maybe a case of cokes but you're not sure what is and isn't allowed?  Here's a great article from TravelMarket Report that hits most of the major cruise lines and their policies. Please follow up by checking directly with the cruise line for the most complete and up-to-date information regarding what is and isn't allowed to be carried onto the ship. Beverage Carry-On & Corkage Fee Policies by Cruise Line : Which lines let you bring both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages onboard? Which charge a corkage fee and which waive that fee for beverage package holders? Michelle Osborn is the Owner of Outta Here Travels located in Pampa, Texas

Our Favorite Places to Visit in Mexico

  Our Favorite Places to Visit in Mexico 1. Cancun This once-sleepy fishing village has transformed into one of the top vacation spots in Mexico for US travelers. It’s flush with all-inclusive resorts that serve almost any budget from basic budget resorts to luxury resorts and everything in between.  Cancun has evolved from party-central to a great destination for the entire family.  And with the Mayan museum and ruins just a short drive away, you can treat kids to an eye-opening day trip that might even be one of the vacations that even your jaded teenagers will enjoy. 2. Tulum Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard all the hype about Tulum. At the very least, you've seen the Instagram-worthy photos as you scroll through your social media feed.  There is no shortage of eco-luxe hotels, bars, restaurants, and boutiques around this chill coastal town. Savor tasty tacos from a street vendor, rent a bike and ride to the ancient ruins of El Castillo and Parque Nac

Five Travel Must Haves For 2023

  Five Travel Must Haves For 2023 Travel shouldn't be stressful and neither should packing for a trip. These five items will become some of your "must haves on your packing list. 1.  Not Your Parents' Garment Bag This bag is sure to become a favorite carry-on. This is a garment bag worthy of Inspector Gadget himself. It has plenty of room for that suit or dress for a night out on the town or a business meeting, plus plenty of room left over for some casual attire, shoes in an included shoe bag, toiletries, etc. 2. Collapsible Silicon Electric Travel Kettle This nifty electric kettle folds up nicely so you can pack it away in a carry-on and not have to heat water up in a hotel coffee pot (gross) or microwave. This small but mighty kettle heats water fairly quickly to boiling so it's perfect if you want to bring along noodle or oatmeal cups along. This kettle is also perfect for those who camp and have access to electricity. I've personally taken it in my van and use