Cancun Airport Private Transfer Options

Arrival at the Cancun Airport in Mexico is always an interesting experience. Usually, immigration and customs are a breeze, but once you leave that area and head towards the exit, this is when things get hectic. When it comes to Cancun airport transportation, many visitors find the process to be a real headache. It begins with passing a dozen or so rental car and other transportation desks, where the staff will undoubtedly start calling out to you to try and get your attention. Then, a minute later, you enter the…

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Tips for How to Visit Windsor Castle |The Planet D

When visiting the UK, Dave and I are obsessed with castles. Heck, when visiting Europe in general, we can’t get enough of them. So naturally, Windsor Castle is at the top of our list. As the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, Windsor Castle draws visitors from across the globe and locals alike. It was thrust back into the spotlight when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle married here in 2018 and with the press swirling around “Megxit” and The Crown still going strong on Netflix interest in the royals…

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The Routeburn with the Google Pixel phone – Stuck in Customs

23 June 2021 : Wednesday Jun 2021 : Wednesday Daily Photo – The Routeburn with the Google Pixel phone Man, I was just looking at the metadata for this one to see where I took it exactly, and I realized it was with the Google Pixel 4 phone. Quite impressive, I must say. I could tell it was a little different because when I opened up the little “i” on SmugMug (you can do this too), I saw a little map of where I took the photo. The Routeburn with…

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Cancun Shuttle – Shared Airport Transportation

Over the years, I’ve lived in Playa del Carmen, Mexico several times. I love that city and I recommend it all the time for those looking for a great vacation and for those looking to live in a tropical, laid-back destination for a while. It’s an easy place to reach, too. I arrive at the Cancun Airport, and if I’m traveling on my own, I hop into a Cancun Shuttle shared transportation for the 50 minute ride down to Playa del Carmen. They drop me off at my accommodation (Reef…

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Queenstown from the Remarkables – Stuck in Customs

22 June 2021 : Tuesday Jun 2021 : Tuesday Daily Photo – Queenstown from the Remarkables I don’t actually head up this road too much because I’m not much of a skier and snowboarder. If anything, I drive up it to go on little hike and take photos. It does give a pretty good overview of Queenstown, though. Queenstown is kind of right in the middle there and on the lower right an area called Frankton. It’s still technically Queenstown, but people call it Frankton. Queenstown from the Remarkables Photo…

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Best Tips for Going on Safari in Africa

Ever since watching Africa the Serengeti on IMAX in 1994, we’ve had dreams of spying herds of wildebeest migrating across the massive Serengeti plains. Going on Safari in Africa is unlike anywhere else on earth. We’ve seen wildlife around the world, but we are never as excited as when we see a lion in the wild or a herd of elephants crossing the great plains. It can be exciting and overwhelming when planning an African safari. It is a trip of a life time and on everyone’s travel bucket list. To help…

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