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Caribbean Travel Guides – Are They Worth It?

Posted on November 17, 2018 in Uncategorized

As well as being a raving shopaholic, Jane Morris is also a dedicated Travel Buff. This is just one article on her many visits to the lush clear waters of the Caribbean

Imagine all the stories and films you have seen on pirates in the Caribbean, Spanish galleons laden with gold, pretty girls all around, beautiful white sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, clear blue seas, and reefs that have ripped the bottom out of many a fine sailing ship, now beautiful diving territory.

Well, this is what makes up the beauty, the mystery, and the attraction for many people as a dream holiday. In fact, there is so much to do that unless you plan your holiday carefully there is so much to miss.

That us why it is so important that you know all there is to know about the vacation destination of your dreams – that is exactly what a Caribbean travel guide offers.

But are Caribbean travel guides really godsend? Or are they just patronizing materials designed for commercial purposes?

Well, they’re probably a little of both actually. After all, the people behind Caribbean travel guides do need a source of income in order to continue to publish their guides. But a tremendous amount of research has been placed in these guides so don’t dismiss them as useless sales and promotion material.

What else is more nifty, informative and convenient than a Caribbean travel guide?

Sure, the Internet may prove more updated when it comes to information, but you can’t carry the Internet everywhere. And believe it or not, it’s always much more gratifying to pull out a Caribbean travel guide from your carry case, flip a few pages open, then slip it right back when you’re tired of reading. It sure beats having to wait in the airport, sitting bored silly and wondering whether or not your flight’s going to be delayed.

That said, don’t cling to travel guides religiously. Many travelers make that mistake. They are not the bibles that they are made out to be by some people. You should know that published materials, including travel guides, are out of date the moment they are published, because by then, there would have been new updated material that came up and it would be too late to include them.

So, how are you supposed to use Caribbean travel guides then? How would you know which information to believe and which facts are outdated? Unfortunately, there is no exact answer to that. To get the most out of your Caribbean travel guide, use them sparingly for basic orientation.

So once you have the basics right down to a tee, go out there and discover the towns and cities on your own. That is, after all, what traveling is all about – adventure and discovery of new things. At the very least, when all other signs look foreign, the information on museums and places of interest are great.

Remember where such facilities exist, always try and look for the local ‘City’ tour. I did just that on my first holiday in Cuba over 15 years ago. After a 2 hour tour on a coach, I was fully oriented with the sites, and then settled down to a delightful tour on foot – clutching my trusty travel guide of course, so I didn’t miss any of the delights that the beautiful but run-down city has to offer.

However, when it comes to hotels and restaurants, each to his own taste and budget. Remember that bargains rise in price with popularity, so there’s every bit of chance that that hot new deal in your Caribbean travel guide isn’t much of a deal anymore, considering how pricey it has become. And then sometimes, too, the places get easily full with foreigners and travelers like you, so you can’t always expect your Caribbean travel guide to point you in the right place all the time.

Then, if you do wander around on your own, you will surely find quality rooms with reasonable prices. They may be located in out-of-the-way places that Caribbean travel guide writers may not know about. Remember that because you in the destination, you are in a far better place to get what you want out of your vacation.

So to close it off, don’t be a sad type who writes to say that “it wasn’t like what you said in the book”.

Here’s a tip: open your eyes, and if the island you are on is Spanish – make sure you can speak some of the local language, as you will get such a nicer welcome from the locals in the infrequently visited spots – and make sure you take your time to explore for yourself!

Astral Travel Information: An Introduction To Astral Projection

Posted on November 16, 2018 in Uncategorized

Have you ever dreamt about your mind leaving your body and traveling to faraway places, watching people and events unfold in front of you but not being able to interact, or find yourself feeling awake but looking down at yourself sleeping calmly?

If so, there is a reasonable chance that you have already had an unconscious out of body experience already, you just didn’t know what it was and likely believed it was just another dream. If you are new to the realm of Astral Travel you probably have a lot of questions.

This article will answer some of the most common questions related to the Astral Realms and Astral Projection.

What Is Astral Projection? The terms Astral Projection or Travel, Remove Viewing, and Out Of Body Experience are mostly interchangeable. Astral Projection refers to a state where your conscious mind is operating independently of your physical body.

What Is The Astral Plane? This is the place where the thoughts, dreams, and memories of everyone in the world exist, collected together into a plane far greater and more expansive than the physical world we live in. In some works this plane is likened to the Hindu Akasha – a plane of existence where every thought and action that has ever occurred is recorded.

What Happens During Astral Travel? Often referred to as an Out-Of-Body-Experience, your conscious mind leaves your body and travels independently of it. This most commonly occurs during periods of sleep or deep relaxation – when the conditions are best for this kind of travel.

Can Anyone Perform Astral Travel? There is nothing to stop anyone from learning to project, but society conditions us to believe otherwise, and this belief prevents most people from ever exploring their potential.

Why Would You Want To Astral Project? The reasons vary, for some it’s an exploration of what else is out there, and what is within. For others they hope to find spiritual calm or enlightenment. For some it’s scientific, to prove or disproof the existence of astral travelers.

How Can I Learn? There are many techniques available to try, and because everyone is unique they don’t all work for everyone. You will need to educate yourself on the various techniques, to prepare yourself both mentally and physically for the exercises you will need to perform.

Did you know it is possible to achieve astral travel in as little as one full week, just seven days?

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CDC Travel Information

Posted on November 14, 2018 in Uncategorized

The CDC is a government controlled organization known as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It is based in Atlanta and the major function of this organization is to diagnose and investigate causes of new diseases and also tries to control them from turning into an epidemic. It regularly publishes a journal called the CDC Health Information for International Travel. This journal basically guides travelers into taking certain precautions before he or she leaves for their excursion. The CDC travel book explains the most common diseases and information on how to prevent it.

This travel book has various features, some of which are listed below. Some of the essential points are:

It features content ranging from safety guidelines to specific treatments for diseases which are useful to both, doctors and the patients
It provides references in each chapter, so that the reader can cross-check the facts given in the book
The book also covers treatments for patients with specific needs while traveling, such as patients preparing for long-term travel, travelers with chronic medical conditions, young children, humanitarian aid workers and so on.
Talks about the new emerging diseases and ways to deal with them, straight from the experts

CDC travel guidelines are an off-shoot of the guidelines put together by CDC. These pointers are generally meant for tourists who are traveling to the developing countries like Thailand, Africa, India and so on. There is a section in the CDC Health Information for International Trvel 2010, also known as, “The Yellow Book” pertaining to information.

CDC health information guidelines include tips on how to plan for healthy travel. Some of the points are:

Travelers should gather information regarding the place they are visiting. Make a note of the precautions that can be taken, if any mentioned.
The CDC is a great platform of information. It covers a number of diseases, countries, vccinations to the diseases and the location where they are administered and so on
It is important to see a health-care worker and get the latest guidelines on the diseases and ways to avoid them and vaccinate themselves accordingly. The destination does not matter; be it a developed nation or a developing one.

CDC travel also includes travel health kits which is an important component of a person’s health-kit. Medications are very crucial but so are the points that are listed below:
Original containers: Medicines need to be carried in their original containers. Though many travelers do pack in their medicines in air-tight containers, officials do check the containers and the medicine.

Physician notes: For substances and injectable medication, travelers need to carry a note from the physician attesting to the same

Prescription: Travelers must carry the prescriptions of all their medicines, including the generic names

These are some of the basic precautions and tips, one is recommended to follow to have a disease or an injury free trip. It does seem like a lot of work, but the attention to detail mindset, will help the traveler in the end.

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