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Christchurch – City of churches & gardens

What better place to start your holiday than in some delightful Christchurch accommodation where you can count on getting a comfortable bed and a warm welcome when you arrive in this lovely city of churches and gardens on the South Island of New Zealand. You could fly into Christchurch Airport then select from a number of different types of accommodation in Christchurch to suit your budget.Christchurch encapsulates all things good about New Zealand and serves them to you on a plate, a new and exciting attraction never more than a couple of hours away. If you’ve seen the Lord of the Rings movies then you might have noticed some of the amazing environments that cover the New Zealand’s South Island. These were no CGI special effects; all these places are just a stone throw from Christchurch and can be part of an amazing vacation, holiday or tour.

Once you’ve arrived into Christchurch, starting your camper van holiday should be as easy as going to pick up your vehicle and having a short session with a member of the company to familiarise you with the vehicle before you head off. After that you are free explore what is on offer in this great city aptly named the “Garden City”.With that in mind if you aren’t planning on booking a rental vehicle whilst you are on holiday, a hotel stay in Christchurch’s CBD would be advisable. With the recent upgrades to the central city, it is buzzing with quaint cafes, retail stores and plenty of outdoor seating where you can sit and often watch a busker or two. Christchurch also has a tram which is a great way of travelling to the likes of The Arts Centre, Art Gallery and Botanic Gardens.

You don’t have to spend a lot on campervan rental if you are on a budget. There are plenty of affordable RV hire services to choose from out there. By finding and comparing the options that you have, you will easily see that you have more options than you might realise. If you want to start your search by eliminating any services based on their rates, you can do that as well.Animated with color, ambiance and classic attractions, Christchurch is a charming city that values its culture and heritage, but shows a year round variety of new and electrifying adventures and amusement activities. The city is occupied of delights, from the beautiful neo-gothic Arts galleries, to the momentous tram which circles the city centre, to the Christchurch Gondola and exclusive attractions like the International Antarctic Centre.If you’re going to be in the city for a while, then your group of delegates might also be interested in having a look around some of Christchurch’s attractions. It’s easy to select conference accommodation that also caters for this, and is handy to places such as the Botanic Gardens, the restaurants in Sol Square and Poplar Lane, the Tram Line, and other hot spots around the city centre.

Read about travel guide and also read about south america travel and adventure travel. Visit New Zealand

Eco-Friendly Travel

Eco-Friendly Travel (ecotravel)

Eco-Friendly travel (also known as ecotravel and/or sustainable travel) is travel which promotes a sustainable environment. Travel is a wonderful opportunity to experience our planet, yet poses an enormous threat to it. Did you know that the travel industry is the fastest growing industry in the world? Last year alone, there were over 715 million international arrivals worldwide according to the World Tourism Organization. And, each arrival leaves its footprint behind.

Leah Powell, president of Trade to Travel (www.TradeToTravel.com), recommends the following websites and easy sustainable travel tips:




Planning Your Trip:

Seek accommodations and tours which carry environmental-friendly certifications or memberships in green industry associations – such as Green Seal or Green Leaf. Several organizations have developed standards to measure the environmental initiatives of hotels and tours. Standards vary depending on the organization; however, green hotels and tours include reducing energy consumption through fluorescent lighting, instituting recycling programs, conserving water either through installation of energy star products or by asking patrons to reuse towels, and by purchasing local organic foods. When hotels and tours meet these standards, they are certified as “green.”

Travel to fewer destinations and stay longer at the destinations you do visit. Air travel leaves the largest carbon footprint of any form of travel. Choose trains and buses over airplanes whenever possible.

Don’t fly at night. Trails of condensation from aircraft have a greater warming effect at night, trapping heat but without reflecting any of the sun’s rays back into the atmosphere as they do during the day.

Select accommodations close to public transportation or near the places you are going to visit during your stay.

When flying, book electronic tickets. It reduces paper waste and you’re less likely to lose your ticket.

If you own a vacation property (villa, chalet, condo, apartment, flat, boutique hotel, castle, estate, bed and breakfast, spa, penthouse, private aircraft, yacht, or private island), become a member of Trade to Travel (www.TradeToTravel.com). Not only will you save 80% on fine accommodations worldwide, you’ll be gentler on the planet. Instead of building more and more properties, let’s share the ones we already have.

Before You Go:

Pull the plug on any unnecessary appliances such as TVs, VCRs, stereos, toasters, and microwaves. These items may still use energy even in their off mode.

Set your thermostat and water heater at low settings so energy isn’t wasted while you’re gone.

Stop your newspaper or donate the paper to a school while you’re gone.

When You’re There:

Never buy items made from endangered species.

Leave no trace. Do not pick flowers, take rocks or break coral. Don’t litter. Be familiar with cultural mores prior to arrival be respectful of cultural practices.

Shop local: Head to local markets, where you can purchase fresh food from local vendors (which reduces the pollution required to import goods). This benefits the community by increasing their economy, and you will get fresh fruits and veggies and maybe even some handmade souvenirs.

If your accommodations have an environmental program, please participate as much as possible. If you have any questions about how, simply ask when you check in or by calling the front desk.

Never leave lights on when you’re not in the room.

Lower the thermostat when you leave the room for long periods of time.

If your destination is a warm climate, close the drapes. Or, if you have Venetian blinds, angle them up to bounce the sunlight off the ceiling. This will keep the room cooler. Conversely let the sun warm up your room during the day if you’re in a cooler climate.

Leave unopened shampoo, soap, and other items in your accommodations when you leave unless you’re taking them home to use.

Avoid room service and carry-out which increase waste.

Use water sparingly. In some places water is a very scarce and precious resource.

Walk or use public transportation whenever possible.

If you’re driving, please carpool and/or rent hybrid a vehicle.

Grab only the maps and brochures that you will actually use. If in a large group, share brochures whenever possible.

Take pictures and leave the location as you found it. Never remove wildlife from its natural environment including shells, flowers and coral.

When hiking or camping, stay only in marked areas to avoid destroying vegetation.

If you’re staying in a vacation rental property, leave the property owner a note letting them know that he/she can become a member of Trade to Travel (www.TradeToTravel.com), save 80% on vacation properties worldwide, and make a BIG difference for Mother Earth. It’ll almost certainly be the best tip that any of their guests have ever left them!

Leah Powell is the president of Trade to Travel (www.TradeToTravel.com), the world’s most prestigious exchange for owners of luxury vacation properties. Via Trade to Travel, members enjoy one another’s distinctive homes in 32 countries at 80% savings.

Brew Wine

Brew Your Own Wine in Your Kitchen

Here Are Some Basic Steps To Get You Started On How To Brew Your Own Wine

Step 1- PLAN and PREPARE. Plan on where you want your setup to be (Possibly your Kitchen, or a corner in your basement, or garage). Then prepare with what you are going to need, that way you don’t end up missing something in the middle of your project.

Step 2- What are you going to need? Things like corks, bottles, corker, siphon tubing, chemicals, primary and secondary fermentation vessels (milk jugs or a sanitized food grade storage container).

Step 3- Yeast. Over time wine makers have designed different strains and varieties of yeast. They are designed to extract exactly what we want from the fruit juices you are going to use. You can use regular bakers yeast and it works but not as well.

Step 4- Juices. If you are going to buy fruit juices at the store you need to read the label to make sure there are NO PRESERVATIVES! Preservatives are specifically there for kill off the yeast in the product.

Step 5- The Mixture. Your fruit juice must have a high enough sugar content so that the yest can feed off of it. Yeast eating sugar creates fermentation. If the juice doesn’t have a high enough sugar content, heat some water on your stove, dissolve in some sugar, then poor in fruit juice. The mixture should be sweet but not to overpowering. Now if there is to much sugar, add in some water and give it a good stir.

Ad 1 crushed campden tablet per gallon of your mixture. Put a paper towel over the gallon with a rubber band. You want air to get in and out but not little bugs that may be flying around it.

Let the Mixture sit over night. Within 24 hours fermentation will start to occur.

Ryan M really enjoys making his own wine and other alcoholic beverages. If you would like to learn more about how to brew your own wine go to Squidoo.com.

Wine Trivia

Fun Wine History Trivia

Wine is probably the most storied and legendary beverage conceived by mankind, and its history goes back literally to Biblical times. This makes for some surprisingly fun wine history trivia hunting; wine is the beverage that always has another surprise in store!

Wine’s first purpose was as a water purifier! A long time before modern methods for sanitizing water, primitive peoples developed one foolproof method for ensuring that water was safe to drink: they’d mix in the fermented juice from fruit and found the alcohol was sufficient to kill any harmful organisms.

The fermenting of beer and wine was one of the first applications of alchemy and hence chemistry, going as far back as the year 1000 B.C.

Wine has an important place in more than half of the world’s religions. Jewish practitioners say a blessing over wine on holidays, and Passover is observed with four cups of wine. Wine makes an appearance throughout Christianity, with even one of Jesus’ miracles being to turn water into wine. It is used in the Eucharist of both Catholic and Protestant religions. The ancient Greeks had the god Dionysus, the god of wine and with it, of both madness and ecstasy. Of the major world religions today, only the Islamic ones specifically forbid wine.

While we assume that glass bottles of wine is the preferred standard, glass bottles only came into use after the 18th century. Before this time, wine was traditionally stored and transported in bulk, usually in wooden barrels or clay casks. For individual-sized serving, it would be carried in a wineskin, usually made from leather and originally lined with resin to keep them from leaking.

The use of oak barrels is frequently touted as a contributor to the taste of wine. But actually, oak was originally used simply because oak wood was plentiful and widely used in the old world, as an all-purpose storage container. Oak wood has a tight grain which makes it leak-proof. Oak barrels also favor the aging of wine because they allow very controlled exposure to oxygen.

One of the reasons that so much fuss is made over the proper serving temperature of wine is that human taste-buds function differently at different temperatures. Sweeter tastes come through better at room temperature, while more savory tastes come through better at colder temperatures.

The world’s most influential wine critic is currently Robert J. Parker, Jr. The lawyer-turned-wine-snob is responsible for creating the 100-point wine rating system widely used today. It is said that a 100-point rating from him is enough to drive up the price of a wine. This effect has even given rise to the term “Parkerization” in the wine world, which is the tendency of many establishments to base their purchasing habits on what Parker’s review says this week.

Of the top wine-producing nations in the world, France still ranks number one at 5.3 million tonnes per year. Italy (4.7 tonnes) is second, Spain (3.6 tonnes) is third, and the United States (2.2 tonnes) is fourth. Australia is in sixth place, but very nearly tied with, of all countries, China! However Australia is the fourth largest exporter of wine and has the third largest market share.

The “French paradox” has it that the French have a diet rich in fatty foods, yet have one of the lowest rates of heart disease in the world. It is the French paradox that led to the realization that wine, which the French consume in great quantities, is beneficial to the heart.

Ian Love is the owner of Online Wine Store, West Valley Wine which specializes in Australian Red Wine.

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Spanish Wine – Rioja

In the competitive wine market, Spanish wines offer both quality and values. Its red wines are intense and fruity, while its white and rosé wines enjoy the crispness, refreshing acidity and minerals that are characterful.

Of the many and confusing wine producing regions, Rioja DOC- DOC is a quality wine classification – made its fame long before all other regions in the modern days. At any wine store with Spanish wines, you would be able to spot at least a few Riojas.

What makes it the first love for many wine drinkers when it comes to Spanish red wines?

Is it its fruit aromas? Is it the successful marketing campaign worldwide? Is it the quality of the wine? The answer is yes. It is the combined factors that bring out the result benefiting both the Rioja trade and the wine lovers everywhere.

Rioja is more known for its red than white wines. After all, more than 75% of its production is red wine. The rest of the Rioja wines are rosés and white wines. One of the current trends is to make single vineyard Rioja from Tempranillo grape, the number one red grape in Spain.

Tempranillo in Spanish means “the little early one”, indicating its early-ripen quality in the vineyard. Because it ripens early in the hot climate, the grape naturally contains higher amount of sugar, which with fermentation becomes higher alcohol. All great wines begin in the vineyard. In superior winemaking of lesser cellar manipulation, the individual characteristics of the grape determine the style and quality of the wine. Thus the knowledge of the wine grape becomes very helpful for a wine lover. The other red wine grapes for Rioja are Garnacha (Grenache in French), Mazuelo and Graciano.

The modern Rioja expressions are the strawberry (from Tempranillo), a jammy quality, some vanilla, good concentration. The interplay of high alcohol and abundant fruit on the palate creates the impression of sweetness, but this is definitely not a sweet wine. Depending on the aging time in the oak, Riojas could be Crianza, Reserva or Gran Reserva. With the aged wines, the aroma and flavor would naturally start to include savory, meaty notes, in addition to the youthful fruit.

Does all the wine talk make you thirsty? If you have not tried any Spanish wine, it is time to get up and close with it, starting with a Rioja.

Bonny-Morgan Lin is a wine educator, wine coach with Wine and Spirits Certificate. Wine is her passion and profession. She offers wine education and coaching, and holds live wine tasting classes.

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Cantonese Cuisine

There are eight cuisines divisions in Chinese food. Major of them are Chuan Cuisine, Cantonese cuisine, Lu Cuisine, Min Cuisine, Su Cuisine, Hui Cuisine, Zhe Cuisine and Xiang Cuisine. Cantonese cuisine is the main cuisine in south of China, especially in Guangdong province.

Cantonese Cuisine, also known as Yue Cuisine, is the culinary style of Guangdong Province, which was called Canton when the Wade-Giles romanization of Chinese was in use. This particular type of Chinese food has been popularized by Chinese restaurants around the world as the majority of those who set up these restaurants were of Cantonese origin.

Guangdong dishes are characterized by their tender and slightly sweet taste. Sauces are a crucial seasoning in Guangdong cuisine. Classic Cantonese sauces are light and mellow. The most widely used sauces in Guangdong Cuisine include: hoisin sauce, oyster sauce, plum sauce and sweet and sour sauce. Other ingredients popular in Guangdong Cuisine include spring onions, sugar, salt, soya bean products, rice wine, corn starch, vinegar and sesame oil. Garlic is used heavily in some dishes, especially those in which internal organs, such as entrails, may emit unpleasant odors. Ginger, chili peppers, five-spice powder, powdered white pepper, star anise and a few other spices are used, but often sparingly.

The raw materials for Guangdong Cuisine are very plentiful. “The Chinese eat everything with four legs, except tables, and everything that flies except airplanes” is the most suitable expression of the countless variety of Guangdong food. Things that are rarely eaten or rarely seen on Western tables are commonly used in Guangdong dishes. Snake, cat and pangolin (scaly anteater) are considered by the Cantonese people to be most delicious food.

In contrast to the fast-fried cooking method of Sichuan dishes, Guangdong people prefer to braise, stew and sauté their food. These cooking methods aim to preserve the flavor of the dishes.

The best place to enjoy Cantonese cuisine is Guangzhou, the Captial city of Guangdong province. With the coming of the Guangzhou Asian Games, Cantonese food will enjoy the world wide fume.

China Highlights provide great information on Chinese food, Chinese language and China history.

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Seoul activities

Top Activities on Your Next Seoul Travel Plan


Seoul is the capital of South Korea and the largest metropolis in the nation with so many tourist attractions to explore and enjoy. It offers many exciting activities which tourists can experience by using Seoul travel packages. With the option of daily, half-day and all inclusive Seoul travel packages you can make your next travel plan simple, effective and enjoyable.

Seoul is not just the frantic capital but also the heart of South Korea that has grown to become a vibrant metropolis and a great travel destination in Asia tour for its round the clock activity, dynamic culture and thrilling history. The immense charm of this South Korean city draws global tourists in large number to enjoy wonderful activities in Seoul travel and explore sites from Gyeongbokgung Palace, and Jogyesa Temple near Insadong to the Blue House in Jongno-gu with the assistance of a knowledgeable and friendly local guide.

Booking Seoul travel packages, you can see the soul of this modern city wrapped in cultural tradition that reflects best in everything including lustrous buildings, skyscrapers, new technology, historical heritages, old traditions, rich customs and inherent history. You are likely to enjoy a healthy climate in Seoul especially during the seasons of spring and fall but can plan your Seoul travel at anytime. After all, Seoul has cold and temperate climate which encourages travelers and tourists to visit it throughout the year.

Let’s know about some amazing and fun packed activities you can enjoy in your next Seoul travel plan:

A Visit to the Blue House or Cheong Wa De:

The Blue House or Cheong Wa De is where resides the Republic of Korea’s president. It is famous for being his executive office as well as official residence. You will have a brief stop over at this heavily guarded and blue tiled roof building of the South Korean head of state in Jongno-gu during your Seoul travel.

Gyeongbokgung Palace and National Folk Museum Tour

Your Seoul travel will cover Gyeongbokgung Palace which is a far interesting place to explore and enjoy. It was constructed in 1395 and is regarded as one of Joseon dynasty’s largest and most outstanding palaces. There are many buildings within Gyeongbokgung palace which age more than six hundred years and are restored by the Korean government after the wars. This palace has now become a great attraction for local as well as foreign travelers who like to explore and enjoy the best.

You can also visit the National Folk Museum inside this 600 year old palace. Here you will have access to diverse artifacts categorized by royal dynasty and region and experience the lifestyle of Korean people centuries back including their tradition, clothing, food and more. The national Fold Museum is a great place to take a quick glance at how the Korean people lived earlier.

A Walk around Insadong Shopping Street

Your Seoul travel will allow you to walk around Insadong Shopping Street and shop for ancient and precious items of your choice and preference. With the friendly local guide, you will have perfect joy of exploring local crafts and art at nearby galleries and visiting the old Korean teahouse.

Jogyesa Temple Visit

Jogyesa Temple is the leading Buddhist temples representing Korea’s deep Buddhist feel in the spiritual world. It is the center of Zen Buddhism and situated nearby Insadong. Built since 1935, it has consistently been the place of interest for tourists coming to Korea from all over the world.


Booking guided and professionally organized Seoul travel package will let you discover the thriving city of Seoul in a safe, comfortable and pleasant way. You can even choose a half day travel to Seoul city from the offerings of a reliable operator to explore all the above mentioned activities in an effective way that will leave you with the best memories of your Seoul travel.

This post is developed by Kims Travel DMC, an established destination management company in Seoul, working with great Korea travel packages and options to leave tourists feel satisfied to the best standard. To experience the best hospitality service and tourist activities in your Seoul travel, Kims Travel DMC can be contacted at +82 570 3500 today!
Middle Eastern Cuisine Michigan

Middle Eastern Cuisine in Michigan

Middle Eastern cuisine Michigan. Food is the one thing that can potentially unite the world for each of us love and enjoys it. Each country and each place and literally every community has their specials and each of them carry some traditional favorite. And yes today cuisines have traveled beyond boundaries, and we have the chance to enjoy literally every popular cuisine at our cities in some nice restaurants. While some of these cuisines have already reached the top favorites of the world, some real delicious secret cuisines are spreading yet. And one such is the Middle Eastern Cuisine in Michigan

Middle Eastern Cuisine

The cuisine is a blend of favorites and typical from various Middle Eastern countries. The cuisine is dominated with olives and olive oil and some extra toppings of dates and honey and yes pistacchio, mint, chickpea, and parsley. This cuisineis perfectly dominated by the flavors of butter and olive oil and gives you a mouth watering experience. The cuisine is dominantly having the historically cultivated plants and crops in the region. Also, the cereals and meat are well served in various dishes and has the taste and influence of Middle Eastern culture. And the cuisine also has some typical and lovely beverages severed. Middle Eastern Cuisine Michigan is quite new in spirit and is probably the hot new everywhere for Michigan gets to taste some new flavors of spices and meat dishes.

Mid-Eastern Restaurant Michigan

And yes the best part of the spreading cuisine is that it has almost made most people fall in love, and more food joints have now started establishing some mid-eastern specials. Yet what is it to walk into a traditional and perfect place serving authentic cuisine in comparison to normal joints adapting the cuisine. Michigan currently has some most wonderful restaurants serving you delicious mid east delicacies. Mid-Eastern Restaurant Michigan will include Al Oumara, Big Boy restraint Phoenicia Restaurant and some more of famous and super good places to try out the sexy cuisine. You can also try out places such as Hamido, Al Saha, Shatila, etc. for some super authentic recipe.

The author is an expert in reviews for various cuisines around the world. Having travelled across countries and tried various places for different cuisines has written a book on the variousplaces to try Middle Eastern Cuisine in Michigan in particular. His recent work listed all Mid-Eastern Restaurants in Michigan.

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Indian Cuisine Microwave Cooking

Indian cuisine microwave cooking in 5 simplistic ways. Most homes in India have gradually taken cognisance to the flamboyance of microwave cooking, probably because of the time constraints faced by people. Due to the work pressure these days, cooking is being done with the new invention of microwave, which works with the concept of heating with radiations of small wavelengths. Such measures have come into benefit for many people, as they can quickly heat and cook up items. Indian microwave cooking has been seamlessly adapted into many homes, gradually becoming an instrument for preparing variety of Indian recipes. Most importantly, microwave cooking has reduced the time required for various cooking processes, keeping the time required to spend in kitchens to the minimum. A number of items can be prepared in this particular kitchen tool, still maintaining the taste and flavour of these Indian cuisine.

Indian cuisine is well known for the flavour extracted from spices of different types. These are best done by cooking and mixing the ingredients over the fire on pans. Some processes of Indian recipes cannot be replaced with the microwave heating, but still, it is helpful in simple ways to facilitate the quick preparations of Indian cuisine.

* Defrosting items before cooking – Modern day kitchens have the refrigerators

necessarily and this is used to deep freeze a number of items, especially the non-vegetarian items. To defrost these ingredients, the microwave can be of great help. Items like fish or chicken can be fried deep, throwing up some ingenious ideas of microwave recipes in the non-vegetarian cooking. Such defrosting can be done very quickly and efficiently by the pressing of a single button.

* Steaming for healthy food – Steamed food items are getting popular in Indian

microwave recipes. Not only in homes, but in commercial eateries, people can get a number of dishes prepared in such manners. This method of cooking is being considered as a healthy way of food preparation and variety of items in Indian cuisine are being included under the microwave recipes. Over the years, microwave makers are also coming up with microwave recipes, which suit the Indian taste and food habits.

* Heating up dishes before eating – Another very commonly practised way of microwave

cooking is the heating up of food items. Indian cuisine is prepared in the traditional manner, but it is served hot and fresh by the help of heating it up with these machines just before eating. Such a help has become a big reason for the purchases of microwaves, as people are now able to get warm food, even after arriving late in the evening.

* Clean cooking – Indian microwave cooking has become acceptable in a quick way in most households because of the clean set up in which cooking is carried out. There are no spills, overflowing, oil leaks and vapours, when the food is cooked or heated in microwaves. For this reason, people in India are taking up microwave cooking in their daily lives. Keeping the kitchens clean in this way helps in reducing the work burden in homes.

* Variety of dishes with microwave – Plenty of Indian recipes are possible to be made in the microwaves, ushering in a new era of Indian microwave cooking. Variety of dishes are being thought of, which can be cooked in this particular kitchen equipment. These range from the festival menus to some diabetic recipes. Some ideas are being offered by experienced chefs, while many are also being recommended by the microwave designing companies. As a result, people are getting benefited as they are able to known Indian microwave recipes of different kinds.

As is happening in various parts of the world, Indians too are taking up microwave cooking of Indian cuisine in a big way. Not only the sales figures of this equipment put forth a testimony of the popularity, but the features of Indian microwave cooking showcases the benefits of such a process. Low calorie food items, quick preparation and the bevy of menus all add up to give a simpler look to the Indian cuisine, prepared with microwave machines.

As is happening in various parts of the world, Indians too are taking up microwave cooking of Indian cuisine in a big way.
Own Your Own Travel Agency

4 Benefits of Owning a Travel Agency

4 benefits of owning a travel agency.  Once they’ve started, many small business owners soon discover that business ownership is not all its cracked up to be. This may be why most small businesses fail within the first three years. There is one small business niche, however, where happiness and success prevails. Welcome to travel agency ownership. The following four reasons highlight why owning your own travel agency makes small business ownership fun ” and profitable.

Its Easy to Find Customers: Customers are the most important asset of any business. And, getting them is a challenge many small businesses face. When you own your own travel agency, the world at large is your customer base. This makes finding customers infinitely easier than in other types of businesses. You can take reservations from local customers, from national customers and from international customers. And, you can do it at any time of the day or night.

This is extremely advantageous for new business owners because it means that no matter when you decide to start, your services will always be needed.

Make Money All the Time: Travel is not a 9-5 business; it is an around-the-clock business. Customers go online to book travel for family reunions, honeymoons, graduation cruises and more every minute of every day. What does this mean for you? That when you own your own travel agency, you can make money all the time. You cant say that for a lot of businesses.

Travel Discounts for You: When you start your own travel agency, you receive discounts on your own travel. Its like your business paying you to do business! You receive huge discounts on airline tickets, luxury hotels, fine restaurants and more. This is, in fact why many started home-based travel agencies. Because they love to travel, they decide, Why not capitalize on it and make some money at the same time.

Discounts for Friends and Family: Many arent aware that when you own your own travel agency, friends and family are entitled to discounts as well. And, as the travel agency owner, you make money when they book through your site. Yes, you read right. Your friends and family get discounts ” and you make money at the same time. Its a winning situation for all.

When you become a home based travel agent, you dont just own a business ” you own the keys to the world. Learn more about how to start a home-based travel agency business at http://www.KHMTravel.com.