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July 2014

LifeStyle Spotlight Travels

Spotlight Travels


We would like to invite you all to visit our new section

on called  “Spotlight Travels.

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This section will feature different people, from all walks of life, giving you a glimpse into their lives and travel adventures.
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So check out our first interview on Spotlight Travels, with hip-hop recording artist Dear Pricey and his take on his homeland of Barbados.

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Passing on Buddy Passes

I know everyone is always looking for a deal when it comes to traveling. I don’t blame you, I do too. Many times people hit up their friends, family, and sometimes random people for a buddy pass. Buddy passes are great, but there are some things you should think about before you decide that is the route you want to go.

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Governors Island, New York

I was born and raised in New York and there are many place I haven’t been to. So while in New York it seemed only right to go visit some places. One place that caught my attention is Governors Island. Governor’s Island is about a five-minute ferry ride from Downtown Manhattan.


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5 Tips for Picking Your Next Hotel

So, you’re excited about your next trip and you think the hotel doesn’t matter cause your only going to sleep there?


What looks good on the internet might not be what you’re actually getting. Photoshop can do wonders! You don’t want the proverbial “roach motel”.  Even some “minor” construction going on could be a headache (especially after that great party the night before).  An hour of research could make the difference.
Everyone has their own method of finding a hotel or place to stay when they travel. Some people check out Airbnb, Orbitz, or sites like Kayak where they can see all their options at once. Some even go on sites like Priceline and let them surprise you.

Me…I do all of that and more. You might call it slightly obsessive or OCD. I call it research. I like to know what I am getting myself into or at least have an idea. Here are 5 tips for picking your next hotel.