Charleston & Kiawah – the perfect city & beach combination
2020 has presented many obstacles while traveling and like many others, I was looking for a summer vacation that my family and I could feel safe while still practicing social distancing. As an active traveler, it was time to
COVID-19: A Message to My Clients
To my clients - I am writing this post from both the heart and the mind as I reconcile with how this virus has had such a profound impact on the global community, the travel and tourism industry, and my business.
In The News: Me x2!
I was recently quoted as a travel advisor export for two articles - one for Martha Stewart Living and another for Weddingwire.com. The article for Martha Stewart Living is titled, “How to Renew Your Expired Passport.” And while many of us
In the News: McCabe World Travel!
It’s always great to see respected news organizations publish articles extolling the benefits of using a travel advisor for planning trips. It’s even better when those respected news organizations interview, quote, and mention the amazing travel agency I am honored
Understanding the Service Fee
Not all travel advisors charge service fees, and that’s fine. Travelers are welcome to work with an advisor or agent (because they are different things) of their choice that best meets their needs. However, I wanted to discuss in further
Sailing into 2020
You don't think cruising is right for you? You might be right… but you might want to reconsider and look at cruising in a different light. I do love a great Caribbean cruise with fun in the sun, delicious umbrella cocktails,
Virtuoso Travel Week 2019 – Jen’s Summary
I just returned from attending my third Virtuoso Travel Week and my first with McCabe World Travel. While I am very much a newbie compared to some, and a little bit more experienced than others, I think the beauty of
The Christmas tree is down and we are officially in the middle of winter. Instead of the winter blues, I wanted to take a moment to reflect back on my favorite 2018 holiday memory
I have found myself in Colorado for the second time this year. This time I experienced the laid back and charming town of Aspen. Maroon BellsGetting there, I would suggest flying right into Aspen and there are now more and more
Gateway Canyons – A Colorado Adventure
Every year I am trying to experience something new in the United States. Our country is filled with amazing destinations and resorts to choose from. This summer for the Fourth of July Weekend my family ventured to Grand Junction Colorado