Adventures in the Muslim World: Morocco to Malaysia

Barely into his presidency, Donald Trump signed an executive order to temporarily ban residents of seven countries in the Muslim world from entering the United States. While the justice system has ruled it to be un-consitutional and has tied it up in courts, hundreds of thousands of people have reportedly had their visas revoked, and…

7 Romantic Cities to Visit in 2017

Looking for some hot travel ideas for you and your loved one in 2017? The US dollar has steadily remained strong to the euro, British pound, Canadian dollar, Australian dollar and many other international currencies. So if you’ve been saving for a big overseas trip, consider taking it soon. Currencies fluctuate, so it’s only matter…

Travel Recap of 2016, Packed with Tips

2016 was a crazy year. Americans selected a self serving celebrity businessman with no political experience to be in charge of the most powerful army in the world. And British people voted to leave the European Union, as many workers struggle with job losses and the effects of globalization and automation. Xenophobia is sadly becoming…

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…

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…