Aruba is Magnificent!

Posted on 21 March 2019 (0)

We know you are really excited about your first trip to Aruba, and that you want to make the most of your trip. So, here are some few tips to help you achieve this-

Required documents upon entry

When you arrive in Aruba, you are required to have the following documents:

  1. A valid passport upon entry and for the period you’ll be staying in Aruba. If the visitor holds a passport from a visa-required country, such person must have a visa sticker in his/her passport, which must be valid, of course.
  2. A filled-in and signed Embarkation and Disembarkation card (ED-card).
  3. A return ticket
  4. All required documents for returning back to the country of origin or the country where he/she has a right to enter
  5. The tourist must be able to present a proof to the migration officer that he/she has a reservation for accommodation in Aruba or that he/she owns a property (a residence, apartment, condominium, etc.) in Aruba.
  6. Proof of adequate financial means to cover the hotel expenses and living expenses during the stay in Aruba.

The final authority to let anyone into Aruba remains with the migration officer at the port of entry. Migration authorities at the port of entry have the authority to grant or refuse a traveler’s admission. A traveler’s admission can be refused if not all requirements are fulfilled by such person at the time of entry into Aruba or if such person has been blacklisted from entering Aruba.

Duration of admission

The maximum period a person can be allowed to stay in Aruba as a tourist is 30 days. The total days a person is allowed to stay in Aruba as a tourist can’t be more than 180 days per year.

Visa required people exempted from visa requirement:

The following people who would normally need a visa are exempted from the requirement:

  1. Persons who have a valid residence permit from- another part of the         Kingdom of the Netherlands, the US, Canada, Schengen Territory, UK, and Ireland.
  2. Bolivian, Cuban, Chinese, Haitian, Indian, Peruvian and Jamaican nationals who hold a valid multi-entry visa for the US, Canada, UK or Ireland.
  3. Nationals who hold a valid multi-entry visa for the Schengen Territory
  4. Those who arrive by aircraft to board a cruise ship or vice-versa for a period of 24 hours.


Best Caribbean Cruises

Posted on 12 November 2018 (0)

The word “Caribbean” visualizes vast white beaches, slumping palm trees, and bright, wandering waters. Surrounding with more than 700 islands, and cays, the Caribbean offer more than saturated landscapes and coastlines. It provides numerous great experiences, sightseeing, and cultures that one can’t be found anywhere in the world.


What’s more, cruise line caters arrange shore activities for all types of travelers: Move in the jungle, strap on scuba equipment and scour the deep blue sea or relax on the beach. If you’re a little frizzy on your Caribbean cruise destinations, we introduce the destination of the Caribbean in cruise, and the activities and ambiance each have to offer.



The British Virgin Islands

The accurate word to describe the British Virgin Islands would be POSH, one the best destination to visit. The white sand beaches on Anegada Island will make you speechless, and it’s that amazing and The Baths available there are phenomenal. The best way to move around the islands is by yacht or on a boat tour of the nearby U.S. Virgin Islands.


Head to St. Lucia

The second best place to visit during the Caribbean Cruise trip. It would be better if you visited St. Lucia for the best sightseeing ever including chalk-colored beaches, massive formations of mountains and upscale, luxurious resorts. Here, you can start your day with a hiking adventure through the Pit on huge mountains, soak up your body in midday sun along beautiful Reduit Beach and watch the astonishing sunset over the Caribbean Sea. Best place for loving couples, stay in romantic luxury hotels after a big day.


Gold Badge U.S. Virgin Islands

The best time to visit this destination is spring season, The U.S. Virgin Island entirely the unspoiled beauty of beaches, best to visit particularly in late April when the Carnival season in St. Thomas gets underway. You can spend the day enjoying the fantastic attractions of a St. John beach or visit a St. Croix fort if you love to know the history while on vacation.


St. Vincent & the Grenadines

The single destination comprising of 32 islands, St. Vincent & The Grenadines has in bulk to offer every traveler. Enjoy time on the biggest island of St. Vincent including attractions, but make sure to jig on a boat and sail between the much more remote land masses around for activities like diving, snorkeling, exploring and perfect picture opportunities.

Hurricane Curacao

This is one of the best places out of the ABC islands (along with Aruba and Bonaire), Curacao sits outside the hurricane belt, and you’ll find comfortable, sunny, pleasant temperatures year-round with mist breeze. The dependable weather, along with the islands, makes Curacao a top and best destination for divers, snorkelers and beach bums. You should visit this and experience the outlay activities.


St. Martin-St. Maarten

To explore the excellent beaches and plenty of activities you should visit St. Martin-St. Maarten, likewise they offer an assortment of hotel options and vacation rentals for all budgets, so no concerns. This is an excellent island for foodies, with countless eateries. Enjoy, having lunch at open-air restaurants, along with the shore.


Undoubtedly, it’s a vast popular cruising destination, wants to explore? Come and get the best Caribbean experience ever!!!

Explore the Wonderful Food in Peru

Posted on 11 June 2018 (0)

Foods you must eat during your vacation in Chile

Each area of the country offers unique environments to travelers, and Chilean cuisine is equally as varied. There are various recipes in each region, but there are some major dishes you’ll find no matter where you go in Chile.

Pastel de Choclo

Starting off in the Elqui Valley, a region famous for its stargazing possibilities, you’ll find a wide range of Andean cuisine. Among the mountainous dishes is pastel de choclo, which translates to “corn pie.” But this dish is so much than that.

Empanada de Pino

An empanada is stuffed pastry with a filling which is then fried or baked. Every Latin American country has their own take on the classic empanada, but in Chile, you get a lot for your money: There are a handful of fillings used but the most traditional one is pino, ground beef mixed with onions, raisins, olives and hard-boiled eggs.

Although sizes vary—while some South American countries’ empanadas are more snack, a traditional empanada in Chile can be big enough to be your whole meal.

Churrasco sandwich

If you’re a meat eater, you’ll find your bliss in Chile. Countless forms of beef, lamb, goat, and even llama can be had in the country (though the latter would only be found in the northern regions).

Arrollado de huaso

Arrollado de huaso is pork roll that’s been chopped up, mixed with bacon slices, chilis, and spices, rolled in pork skin and then boiled. Served with an avocado salsa and some other veggies, it’s a southern Chilean dish.

Erizos del Mar

Since this is a coastal country, seafood plays as large a role in the Chilean diet as meat. Razor clams covered with parmesan and crab pies to lobster and squid plates, there are seafood dishes aplenty that are beloved by Chileans.

Sopa Patagonica

A traditional soup dish of the Chiloé Archipelago, a region of several islands off the central coast of Chile, pork meat is mixed with seafood such as shrimp and mussels and Chilean potatoes.

Visiting San Francisco: The City by the Bay

Posted on 20 May 2018 (0)

San Francisco often appears as the number one choice for most travelers in the world. Although, vacationing here is not so cheap. Hence, we decided to create this travel guide for anyone who is hoping to visit vacation, we’ll tell you the top things to do if you are going to be on a budget during your days here.

Seeing the incredible waterfront in San Francisco is one of the reasons why most people always want to visit. San Francisco has some of the best attractions in the world, such as the Golden Gate Bridge, the Pacific Ocean, Alcatraz Island, Treasure Island and Bay Bridge.


This is the oldest, largest and the most vibrant Chinatown all over the Americas. It hosts some of the most mesmerizing histories in San Francisco; this is why we recommend you take a tour in Chinatown in order to learn more about the city.

Golden Gate Park

This is the largest park in the city, there are varieties of activities you can carry out here for free; it’s more like the best place to chill and relax for visitors in San Francisco on a budget. You can get to the park using public transportation, a hired car, you can as well get there using Uber or Lyft for about $10 (although it depends on where the trip is starting).

Take a walk across the Golden Gate Bridge

Getting to the Golden Gate Bridge can be a little tricky, and this is why we mentioned your transportation options above, though, having a car seems to be the best option. The bridge is over 200 feet above sea level, and you’ll be able to get some of the best views of different places in San Francisco.

Have Chinese Food

After devouring an egg tart, you’ll most likely want to request for more and more, but do you know if you do this; there’s a great chance that you’ll eventually miss out on all amazing Chinese food in the Downtown area? Since you are on a budget, we recommend a perfect budget restaurant for you known as the Delicious Dim Sum. You can just walk in here, grab some dumplings and some other snacks, and then walk out with great foods at low prices. Amazing, yes?

Musee Mecanique

This place is so loved by most kids, even for adults. Here, you can play the latest video games and some mechanical games like pinball. If you love these, then Musee Mecanique is the right place for you. There is an amazing collection of arcade games; you’ll even find old games here. By the way, it’s free admission; all you have to do is bring handfuls of quarters so you’ll have so much fun here for hours!

Is Amsterdam Really Worth All The Fuss?

Posted on 14 May 2018 (0)

Ok, quick question- is it possible to not like Amsterdam? I can hear like a thousand NO’s ringing in my head right now. There are too many reasons to love Amsterdam- from the pretty canals to the beautiful bridges, the narrow houses, so many bicycles and flowers everywhere and a liberal culture to top it all.

You’ve probably heard this before but saying it again won’t hurt Amsterdam is totally gorgeous and you may not be able to stop yourself from taking pictures every step you take in the city.

Whether you are traveling to Amsterdam for some time alone or with family or a loved one, you’ll definitely enjoy every second you spend here.  We recently went back to Amsterdam for the first time in 20 years. We took our kids and grandkids this time, to celebrate the 5 year anniversary of Chandler Towing and Recovery business. 


  • Avoid weekends and try to visit during the week (you’ll get cheaper rooms)
  • You should get yourself an I Amsterdam card
  • Coffee shops aren’t exactly cafes
  • Do not take pictures in the Red Light District
  • Try not to get in the way of the cyclists
  • Carry a refillable bottle and drink tap water
  • Prepare yourself physically and mentally for the rain, as it can rain anytime
  • Parking in Amsterdam can be expensive, you should park outside Amsterdam
  • Give the locals and their city some respect
  • Prepare to get lost
  • Always have your ID with you
  • Be wary of pickpockets
  • Book a room in advance to avoid paying high costs for accommodation.


A cultural event is held in Amsterdam virtually every week. Most of these events and festivals have long traditions, and they are carefully conserved by the Dutch. However, the festivals are always nice for tourist because most of them are held with the English-speaking audience in mind.

The events are categorized into:

  • Spring Amsterdam events- they include; Koningsdag (Kingsday), Bevrijdingsdag (Liberation day),  Grachtenfestival, and the annual Gay Pride.
  • Autumn Amsterdam events- they include International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA), Museum Night, etc.
  • Winter Amsterdam events- they include; Amsterdam Light Festival, New Year’s Eve, Christmas and Sinterklass.


  • Bitterballen
  • Stroopwafel
  • Thick Dutch fries
  • Kibbeling
  • Raw herring
  • Oliebollen
  • Cheese
  • Poffertjes
  • Stamppot
  • Ontbijtkoek
  • Dutch liquorice
  • Indonesian Rijstaffel
  • Snert
  • Tompouce


  • Hop on a bike
  • Get lost in the arty Jordaan
  • Catch the ferry to Amsterdam North
  • Soak up some culture at the museum
  • Take a cruise on the canal
  • Visit Anne Frank House
  • Visit a market
  • Come up close with original Van Goghs