Amazing Deal! $55/night Romantic Countryside River Inn Resort in Hunt, Texas USA

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Imagine viewing the sunset with the melding colors of oranges and soft purple sky outlining the caressing rays as you sit on a comfortable chair outdoors. You begin to listen to the soft whispering current of water from Guadalupe River as you wait for the night sky to appear ushering a crowd of twinkling stars. Now, that I have piqued your imagination perhaps maybe this deal can spark you into booking action!

Today’s deal comes from the gorgeous Texas Hill Country pastoral landscape in Hunt, Texas USA. Its striking photographic region is home to lovely decorated bluebonnets covering the hillsides and the valleys. The New York Times had described and compared the region to Italy’s countryside region, Tuscany. The region lies just west of Austin and north of San Antonio. The town is surrounded by local dude ranches to cater to your cowboy curiosity or to just take in the western spirit.

The stay is hosted by the River Inn Resort and Condominiums and is the perfect ambience for those seeking a slower pace kind of life with little fuss and all relaxation.

• Normally priced at $145, today’s deal is $55/night (on sale now- up to 62%)
4/5 star rating on TripAdvisor
• Beautiful views of the countryside and river access for swimming, canoeing or paddling (rentals available)
• Water slide and a floating dock for all your water action needs
• Condominium amenities like a full kitchen, all cookware and utensils available
• Free WiFi
• Family room with games and arcades
• Outdoor activities from fishing to rock climbing in the surrounding area
• State park sightseeing like the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, home of the gigantic pink-granite dome
• Check In: 4:00 PM, Check Out: 11:00 AM
• Parking is free!

Hurry, this deal is limited in fact it closes in 2 days! Dates available into October! Click Here to reserve your stay with Groupon

Amazing Deal! $159/night Islamorada’s Pelican Cove Resort & Marina Florida Keys

Today’s deal comes from near my backyard in Florida! To be more specific the lovely Islamorada; pronounced as “Eye-lah-moh-RA-da”, lovingly known as the Village of Islands is an incorporated village in the Florida Keys. It is known for its highest density of professional charter boats and where saltwater fly and sport fishing were established. The average annual high temperature is 82/28 °F (°C).

This beautiful stay deal comes from the folks at Pelican Cove Resort & Marina and it is quite the treat for someone who is doesn’t mind waking up to the sounds of waves crashing while soaking up the sunrise peeking into your oceanfront room 🙂

The hotel boasts an on-site marina docking facility for fisher dudes who require a dock to pull in their charters. You don’t have a boat?! Who cares?! You don’t need one to revel in the aquatic adventures like snorkeling, scuba diving, windsurfing and other water activities. Here’s the scoop on what it offers:

• Normally priced at $218, today’s deal is $159/night (on sale now- up to 27%)
4/5 star rating on TripAdvisor
• Assortment of water sports and leisure activities like the History of Diving Museum and the Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park
• Free welcome cocktail, celebrity status!
• Enjoy breakfast or a light lunch under the umbrella shade by the scenic view of the tropical garden
• Ocean front sleek, minimalistic rooms with a balcony for spectacular view of the sparkling Atlantic water. Choose from a plush king or two Queen beds decorated in cozy crisp cotton bedding
• Resort fee is $25 per room, per night (not included in the deal) but includes WiFi and access to certain water sports facilities
• A heated pool and a saltwater lagoon
• Private beach access, hey now 🙂
• Off-property eco-tours
• Check In: 4:00 PM, Check Out: 11:00 AM

Got your bikini ready?! Register with my link first here to get 5% off your booking!
Then click here to reserve your stay 🙂 Enjoy

Amazing Deal! From $499 All-inclusive Viva Wyndham Stay WITH Airfare! to Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

You heard of Punta Cana in the island of Dominican Republic, but I figure I shed some tropical sunlight on this beauty deal for you lovelies. Welcome to Puerto Plata! It is the ninth largest city and its located at the north side of Dominican Republic. Known to be the trading port, it is also home to a tropical botanical garden of over 600 plants located at the summit of Cordillera Septentrional.

This vacation is from Travel by Jen; an island getaway to the Dominican Republic where you’ll spend your time sunbathing and indulging on unlimited meals and drinks. Stay is provided by the lovely all-inclusive Wyndham resort on Playa Dorada, an immaculate beach located north of the island. With the average temperature of 88°F /31°C, who needs clothes! Take bikinis (dudes, swim trunks) and a few convertible sarongs 😉

Starting at $499, this vacation is a steal and includes a lot of experiences for an extended weekend vacation. So what does your fun vacay include? Let’s look together:

• 4 to 6 nights all-inclusive stay in a standard room on the resort
• Round-trip airfare (what?!) from major cities these include: Boston, New York (JFK), Newark (EWR), Washington DC, Pittsburgh (PIT), Fort Lauderdale (FLL), or Miami (MIA)
• Breakfast, lunch, and dinner including snacks! Unlimited drinks! (I see little umbrellas in your future)
• Fabulous welcome cocktail when you get there, celebrity status
• Entertainment
• Fun water sport activities
• 24-hour room service
• Tips and hotel taxes

Are you packing yet?! Book now- Click Here!

Six Items Under $25 for Every Survivalist Travelers’ Stash

Practical survival gear for the Everyday TravelSince I can remember, I was taught to always prepare for the worst. Which ultimately led me to think of emergency situations and how would I react in it with little to no supplies. Paranoia, you say? Probably. Or it could be that
I watch one too many episodes on McGuyver with the bros growing up in the eighties.

But, having the mindset of a survivalist on some level ensures that you are prepared for catastrophe no matter what. You can rig things from the ordinary items you would have not used in the first place! Most campers and those with a military background are well versed on such training especially being out in the woods and having to rely on simple items often found in nature to survive.

I compiled a list of six of those items for the common [Read More…]