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Take in the Sunset from a New Vantage Point

1 August 16

They say that no two sunsets are ever the same. Whether it’s the colors, the clouds, or the people you’re with when you experience them, each one is entirely unique. Wherever you travel, you can take comfort in the fact that there will always be a sunset to watch. We can’t say that one spot […]

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Coffee Unites Cultures Around the World

1 August 16

Across the globe, people share similar needs, dreams, and even taste buds. In fact, one of the yummiest similarities across many cultures is coffee. Just last February, 9.21 million bags of coffee were exported, according to the International Coffee Organization. Interestingly, history and culture influence how people take their java in various countries; so, let’s take a look around the globe […]

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Natural Wonders Abound in Alaska

12 July 16

Visitors to Alaska talk a lot about the amazing wildlife, but the animals are only half of the reason why Alaska is remarkable. The other half lies within its exquisite landscapes. If the postcard pictures have not convinced you yet, let’s see if our list of amazing sights does. Northern Lights: Also known as aurora […]

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Alaska is the Place for Rare Wildlife

12 July 16

For wildlife enthusiasts, there is no better place to visit than the Alaskan wilderness. Where else can you experience hundreds of endangered and rare species in their natural habitats? Here are just a few of the wild animals you might encounter while visiting Alaska. Whale, hello there! During spring and summer, whales begin migrating to […]

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The Ideal Alaskan Traveler

12 July 16

He is tall, dark, and handsome. He loves wildlife. He is a go-with-the-flow, low maintenance kind of guy. He is an intellect who values preparation and time well spent. Possibly, this sounds like the ideal man, but take away the tall, dark, and handsome part and you are describing the ideal Alaskan traveler. Unlike some […]

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T-W-O-gether in Hawaii

2 May 16

Traveling as the ultimate duo, newlyweds, in Hawaii can be thrilling but challenging. Last week we shared on the blog some of our favorite places to experience as a couple in Maui, Hawaii. We believe the power of two runs deep in experiences but also runs deep in preparation for how you will spend your honeymoon. Here are some […]

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Two is the Magic Number When Honeymooning in Maui

1 May 16

To be wooed, to be challenged, and to be longed for are some of the great effects of romance. We at Global Escapes see a strong correlation between romance and travel, as one can be just as easily wooed and challenged by travel as by romance. One of the strongest likenesses that romance and travel share is the power of […]

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Hawaiian Culture 101

19 April 16

In Spanish cultures, the word Sobremesa refers to the time spent after lunch or dinner, talking to the people you shared a meal with. In Japanese cultures, the word Komorebi refers to the sunlight that filters through the trees. In Inuit cultures, the word Iktsuarpok refers to the feeling of anticipation that leads you to keep looking outside to see […]

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Hawaii Allows You to Restart, Refresh and Refocus

31 March 16

A Q&A with Tiffany Hines, CEO of Global Escapes Walk a mile in another’s shoes? Done! Especially if that other person is traveling to Hawaii. I recently chatted with Tiffany Hines, CEO at Global Escapes, about her travels to Hawaii last Spring. Her trip initially was for business but quickly turned into a celebration, as […]

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