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Travelimpressionsdreamvacation_large All Inclusive Resort in the Caribbean?

Check out the different locations, prices per day, with or without air. If you find what you like I would like you to contact me however, you can actually book your vacation at this site with my reservation provider, TRAVEL IMPRESSIONS. Click HERE to search for resorts and costs.

 


For those going on any of our cruises, here is a tip on what medicine to take with you.

The following is just a suggestion. Consult your Doctor first. The items listed are over-the-counter.

For Nausea- Emetrol If you go to the Doctor on the ship with intestinal issues, you may get quarantined. Take the Emetrol for relief of nausea due to upset stomach from intestinal flu, stomach flu and food or drink indiscretions.

For motion sickness: Bonine. It does not make you sleepy, you can take it with alcohol without difficulty and it works in about 30 minutes. Take it only when you feel you need it. Do not do the “Patch” or Dramamine as they both will make your drowsy and with alcohol, will knock you out. They are both long lasting.

Bonine----All Day Protection. Meclizine Hydrochloride - Antiemetic. The Once-A-Day Travel Tablet.

  • Prevents Motion Sickness.
  • Causes Less Drowsiness.

Bonine works up to 4 times longer and causes less drowsiness than original dramamine. Bonine protects travelers against air, sea and car sickness for up to 24 hours. Available in a convenient chewable tablet, Bonine can be taken without liquids - anytime, anywhere. Both items are available across the counter at your drug store.

 

Need a fundraiser for your charity?? We do fundraising cruises and land tours.

 


 

I am a member of OSSN, (Outside Sales Support Network) an organization of nearly 8,000 independent travel

agents and serve as the chapter director fo the members of southwest Florida.  OSSN was able to obtain space

on the inagural sailing of the Oasis of the Seas, the largest passenger ship afloat, for travel agents and special guests.

The pictures I have for this site is of our OSSN members and the ship.  Click onto the URL below to view the Oasis.

Click onto SLIDESHOW to view.

http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/sredir?uname=rongetman&target=ALBUM&id=5450371866213936705&authkey=Gv1sRgCPPOn5Sbo5uy9wE&invite=CLnij34&feat=email