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Saving Small Businesses Money on Travel

Wanderlust Marriage isn’t all about romantic and leisure travel. While we work with clients to customize fantastic vacations at great rates, we’re also experts at saving small businesses money on travel. We’re frequent business travelers ourselves, and we’ve been to many of the most popular business destinations in the world. This combined with a deep…

Palace of Knosos, Europe’s Oldest Civilization

Legendary myths and history collide at the oldest advanced civilization in the western world. The Palace of Knosos, just outside the largest city on Greece’s biggest island, Heraklion, Crete is unique and controversial. Originally discovered by the Cretan merchant Minos Kalokairinos in 1877, English aristocrat Sir. Arthur Evans’ team did the majority of excavations beginning in…

9 Must Things to Do in Copenhagen

Copenhagen consistently ranks as one of the world’s best cities to live, even making the top of some lists. During the US presidential campaign, Bernie Sanders frequently praised Denmark’s government for its emphasis on quality education and an equitable social structure. The United States might use slogans like “no child left behind,” but Denmark is a benchmark…

Snorkeling in Roatan, Honduras

Colorful fish and a reprieve from our everyday world is what draws humans to explore the sea. On our recent Caribbean cruise with Norwegian Cruise Line we took the plunge with Roatan Eco Tour. Snorkeling in Roatan is a fun excursion in a popular Carribean tourist port. Roatan is a small island off the coast…

The Odyssey of a Korean War Veteran

This is a guest post written by Alexander Kallimanis Sr. In 1951, he served among 1,263 Greek soldiers and 21 nationalities, as part of the United Nations mission to protect South Korea from coming under North Korean rule. The Korean War was a bloody conflict as North Korea was backed by China and the Soviet…