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International WiFi with XCom Global

December 2, 2012


As a somewhat tech obsessed traveler, one of my biggest concerns when taking short trips abroad is the ability to stay connected.  And not just for e-mail and social media updates either. I manage most of my life via my smart phone, especially when I travel. So things like confirmation numbers, addresses, directions, maps are […]

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Sam Visits Jamaica — Our Montego Bay Villa Vacation

August 7, 2012


As much as I love and in most cases prefer solo travel, it’s always nice to have a familiar face around, especially on longer trips.  I was lucky to have Sam, the homie from LA, come down for his first visit to Jamaica and our very first villa vacation experience. Here’s how it went down… […]

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Five Reasons I Choose Island Car Rental Jamaica

August 5, 2012


One of the hardest parts about living in Jamaica is not having my car. Because I have no idea how long I’ll actually be here and shipping costs and duty fees are astronomical, my little Honda Civic continues to sit in Atlanta until I return for it or sell it Getting around Kingston and other […]

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Epiphanie Clover Camera Bag Review

January 17, 2012


Remember that awesome camera bag that I wrote about ordering weeks ago and the video review I promised? Well, it arrived and I finally uploaded the video. Check it out: One thing I neglected to mentioned in the video is the packaging, which was almost just as nice as the product itself. The bag came […]

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Club Mobay: How Jamaica Does VIP Lounges

September 29, 2011


Undeniably, the worst part of any trip, especially a visit to Jamaica, is the return home. There is absolutely nothing fun about packing dirty clothes and souvenirs, waiting in long immigration/customs lines and getting molested by the TSA. Thankfully, former Digicel CEO, David Hall, and partners have made saying goodbye to Jamaica a little easier with Club […]

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