My Special Wish For 2017 – Be Proactive With Your Travel Plans

The first couple of weeks of the new year are always filled with heartfelt messages of good health, happiness and peace for the year ahead. While we may be learning to live with a new level of uncertainty in the world, I believe there is much we can do as individuals to contribute to a positive climate of happiness, openness and goodwill—and a big part of that involves my special wish to you… make travel a part of your life in 2017.

Let 2017 be the year that you take that trip with your partner to celebrate your life together—whether it be 10 years or 40 years.

Let it be the year that you organize that family reunion, do a mother/daughter or father/son trip or finally set the date for that special girlfriends’ getaway that you have been talking about for so long.

Let it be the year that you take your grandchild out to discover the world and make special memories together that will last their lifetime.

Let it be the year that you confidently venture out on your own to make new friends and see sights that you’ve only read about in books.

Let it be the year that you get back on a bike, take some yoga classes or join a hike to see the world from a different perspective.

Let it be the year to learn something new whether it be your family’s European heritage, the marvels of Cambodian culture, the appreciation of Austrian wine, how truffles are grown in France or how to make an authentic apple strudel.

Let it be the year that you travel… make 2017 a year where you actively pursue good health, add to the happiness of those close to you and grow through the appreciation of other cultures, countries and people.

We hope to have the pleasure of welcoming you aboard! Cheers to a wonderful 2017!

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