Whether you’re a celebrity or not, over the water suites [or bungalows] are popular with travelers; many resort chains are building them.
For example, El Dorado Maroma, A Beachfront Resort by Karisma, was set to offer 60 over the water suites in 2016. Roughly $7 million was budgeted for the project.
Sandals announced that over the water suites at Sandals Royal Caribbean would be ready for sale for arrivals beginning November 15, 2016. The peaceful setting will feature floating water hammocks, glass floors, and more. The Tahiti-style private villas will deliver an immersive journey above the Caribbean’s finest turquoise waters with vibrant marine life.
You’ll feel like royalty because each villa receives its own personal butler. They’ve been trained in accordance to the Guild of Professional Butlers; the same organization that provides butlers to nobility and celebrities.
Doesn’t this sound exciting?
Keep reading to learn the top reasons why over the water suites are more popular now than ever. You’ll want to book your stay as soon as possible.
Travel with your cats. You may think that this is crazy advice. But I’m here to tell you that you can take your feline friends with you on vacation.
In September 2007, I moved to Chandler, Arizona. I missed having a pet and my friends told me to get a cat because they’re easy to care for and would be better suited for apartment living when compared to a dog.
In August 2008, I went to the PetSmart in Chandler, Arizona and noticed that they had adoptable animals from a local rescue, Mixed Up Mutts and Shepherds Too. I was confused because the adoptable animals were cats and one kitten, Benny (he’s the black and white cat in the picture) — there were no dogs.
Long story short, I adopted Benny and then in early 2009, I adopted CeCe (she’s the tabby cat in the picture) from the Arizona Humane Society.
For Christmas 2009, I decided to fly back to Ohio to see my family. I had a feeling that CeCe would not enjoy air travel (she was still getting used to me) and decided to hire a pet sitter to watch her and flew back with Benny.
Benny was the perfect airline traveler. He slept during our flight and my fellow travelers commented on how they didn’t even know that my carry-on, which was actually a pet travel carrier, contained a cat. I didn’t think air travel with cats was a big deal, and it wasn’t. See that. You can travel with cats on an airplane!
Keep reading to learn how you can travel with cats. It’s not as difficult as you may think.
It’s no secret: You want to have fun and kick back and relax on your vacation. You want to let yourself go and indulge in everything you can, including food. Perhaps you want to dive into a chocolate soufflé from a Parisian chef. Or maybe you want to sink your teeth into a mouthwatering Italian meal. Can you taste the homemade pasta and sauce?
Just the thought of eating and drinking everything you want puts a smile on your face. But what will happen if you eat and eat and eat?
You could gain extra weight, say about 20 lbs. that may send your hips, butt and thighs and doctor into a tizzy.
So, isn’t it better to indulge here and there instead of eating everything and anything?
Read on to discover articles that can help you to eat healthy while traveling. You can still enjoy tasty meals and stay on your diet at the same time. Keep the phrase “everything in moderation” in mind before you put a piece of seven-layered chocolate mousse cake into your mouth.