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Tips for Becoming a Professional Traveler

viagra online australian pharmacy council Over the years I have received messages from viewers and readers asking me how to become a professional traveler. In response, here are my tips that I wish someone had given me when I was starting out. First of all, there are so many ways you can work within the travel industry. Don’t just focus on becoming a travel blogger who is essentially a mobile entrepreneur and small business owner. Choosing this path is a very distinct lifestyle decision that one should make deliberately. It requires an entrepreneurial spirit and a willingness to forgo benefits of working inside a company. If you are already enticed by travel blogging but you don’t have the ability to travel right now, begin locally.…

Reach Beyond Adventure Canoeing

A Lake District Getaway from London #Video

http://kaufmanroslyn.com/?x=viagra-best-buy In this episode of Travel with Kate, I go on a Lake District getaway from London full of luxury and outdoor adventure. To be specific, I stayed at Sharrow Bay, a hotel right on Ullswater, a body of water in the Northern part of the Lake District National Park in Cumbria. Sharrow Bay definitely fits into my hotel ranking system of Local Luxury. And It holds two claims to fame. Number one, it’s known as the first ever country house hotel (a common type of lodging in this country that was once a private vacation home but now open to guests). Number two, the hotel founders claim that they were the originators of the Sticky Toffee Pudding. This desert is…

Things to do in Cabo San Lucas Travel with Kate

Things to Do in Cabo San Lucas #VIDEO

http://wphls.org/?x=drugs-similar-to-viagra-in-india There are so many amazing things to do in Cabo San Lucas and I got to try quite a few of them  on my latest adventure in Mexico! On my recent trip to the lovely Cabo San Lucas I got to experience the region through Expedia’s Things To Do. I went shopping, boating, horseback-riding, tequila tasting, and more. Check out the video below to get an overview of what Cabo has to offer! If you wanted to book similar experiences you can book them here. You’ll find there are tours available not just in Cabo but worldwide! The tours I experienced in this video were group tours. For many of them, I was picked up at my hotel by van.…

Travel with Kate at The Cape Cabo

The Cape Hotel in Cabo San Lucas – Stay or not stay?

http://femininemoneymagic.com/?x=best-place-to-buy-generic-viagra-now-from-online-drugstore If you’ve got a craving for great food and a luxurious beach vacation, The Cape Hotel in Cabo is for you. Just before the holidays I took a long weekend getaway with one of my dearest friends to Cabo. The trip was a perfect moment to reconnect – she lives over 3,000 miles from me! And we don’t get to hang as much as we crave. But this trip was a perfect girls getaway where we got to indulge in nature-filled activities and lounge around a luxury hotel. In this article, I’ll talk about our hotel. The Cape – A Thompson Hotel is nearly equidistant from Cabo San Lucas and San Jose del Cabo – the two cultural hubs most…

The London commute

Getting to work in London

source It is morning time here in London. I’ve just woken up, got dressed, and walked to the tube with my husband. I’m wearing dark jeans and a burgundy button-down top with Nike sneakers under my big coat and scarf. He is looking “smart” (as they say here when you are well dressed) wearing his grey suit and brown leather shoes. We were rushing this morning because he had a meeting at 9am. The English are very, very punctual. I hear being right on time in corporate England is as good as late. During the weekday mornings in our neighborhood, the streets are bustling with speed-walking and biking worker-bees hustling to get to the Tube to get to the office. The…

I’ve Moved to London!

follow link Well, it’s official. I’ve gone and done it. I’ve moved to Europe. I’m settling in to my life here in London after arriving less than a week ago. Over the past three years, I’ve spent weeks and months at a time here in London – during a prolonged, long-distance relationship with my now husband. Each time I visited London, it all felt so exciting and new. I was on an adventure. And because of those experiences I am finding it hard to really believe that things are different this time – that I’m actually here to live, not just to visit. Our flat looks the same. The neighborhood is the same, despite the odd, new restaurant or shop that has…