Trying to Find Discount Caribbean Travel Deals?

These days, looking for great travel deals to virtually any destination is made all easy for the smart traveler. All you really need is a computer and an Internet connection. Then you can find yourself discount Caribbean travel deals. But to make things even more convenient, we’ve done all the searching, so now all you have to do is scroll through our list for the one that fits your travel plan and budget.

Below are our three picks for discount Caribbean travel deals:

Quikbook.com

If you’re looking for drab $49.95 hotels, don’t visit here. This site is not for cheapies, but it does offer you great discount Caribbean travel packages from some top of the line hotels all around the U.S., Canada, the Caribbean, and the rest of the world.

The quickest way to book a discount travel deal at this site is to use their online search tool where you can find the perfect deal by destination, arrival date, price range, neighborhood, and number of nights and rooms.

You can also find a specific hotel by simply choosing a destination and the site will automatically direct you to a page listing all the discount Caribbean travel accommodations that are affiliated with Quikbook.com.

AllLuxuryHotels.com

If you want guaranteed lower rates, then be sure to visit All Luxury Hotels. The site offers a triple guaranty of lower rates, payment security, and privacy for nearly 100 domestic destinations and close to 50 international cities, including Europe and resort cities in Mexico.

When you book a hotel reservation through All Luxury Hotels, you are guaranteed to get the best discount Caribbean travel package there is. What’s more, if you find out that there is another lower rate available for the same dates and the same hotel you’ve already booked, you can contact All Luxury Hotels within 24 hours of booking and they will either refund you the difference or cancel the reservations without penalty.

ClassicVacations.com

It’s not called “Classic Custom Vacations” for nothing. For great customized luxury vacations tailored to fit your vacationing needs and budget, ClassicVacations is exactly what you’re looking for. Here you can customize your own discount Caribbean travel by choosing any of their first-class airfare for less and list of discount hotel rates. When you’re done personalizing your Caribbean dream vacation, top off the whole process by calling the toll-free number provided at the site so you can speak to a Classic Custom Vacations travel agent who will help you finalize everything.

 

Try A Fitness Boot Camp 30 Day Challenge For A Healthier Lifestyle

Getting healthy is easy, and it doesn’t take very long to notice the difference. Joining a fitness boot camp is one of the things you can do to help you achieve your fitness goals. Before you begin however, you must decide, and make a commitment towards this goal. Staying fit and healthy is a lifestyle choice. Once you make this commitment, you will start to see how small changes in your daily routine can help get you into shape. When you sit down with your fitness boot camp trainer to create your diet and workout plan, you need to remember to set goals that are simple and realistic. Achieving these and seeing their results will help motivate you move on to bigger goals, with bigger results.

Fitness boot camp 30-day challenge

Celebrities and models make it seem like they were born with good looks, but any certified fitness boot camp trainer will tell you that the secret to their good look – and yours, is a combination of a healthy diet and regular fitness workout. You don’t have to work out like crazy, but making health-conscious decisions about your lifestyle will certainly go a long way. Here are some fitness boot camp tips that will have you feeling healthier at the end of 30 days.

  1. Drink lots of water. Hydration is important. It also helps stave off those untimely hunger pangs.
  2. Quit smoking and reduce alcohol consumption.
  3. Stand straight. Shoulders back, tummy tucked in fitness boot camp style. This will help tone your abdominals and give you a taller, more confident feel.
  4. Watch what you eat. Talk to a camp trainer about what type of diet you can start off on. Generally, we’d encourage you to avoid calorie and sugar-rich rood and try to get more fruits and greens into your system.
  5. Brush regularly, especially before bedtime. This acts like a signal to your brain that it is time to stop eating.
  6. Don’t lose sleep. Not getting the rest your body needs can make your body start producing more fat.
  7. Exercise. Start off light at first, like perhaps walking the kids to school, walking to work when the weather’s good, taking the stairs, mowing the lawn. Your backyard is a great place to exercise a little. Pushups, sit-ups, skipping rope – all help tone your body and keep the fat at bay. A fitness boot camp trainer can help you identify areas where you can start to incorporate physical activity into your daily routine.

And that’s the 30 day challenge. Follow these with dedication and commitment for just 30 days and you will start to see the changes in your body AND your mood. Ask a camp trainer to also help you start a journal of the 30-day challenge. Seeing the changes happen helps keep you positive and committed to your fitness program. And as fitness boot camp trainers like to put it: getting healthy is a lifestyle choice. We encourage you to make this choice not just for yourself, but for those around you. One person keeping fit is an inspiration for others to keep fit. Start getting healthy today.

Running Tips – Picking A Winter Destination Race

Do you hate running in the winter? Do you need motivation to get out the door and keep your mileage up? Maybe a destination race is what you need

A destination race is a major race event that you plan. It is a race that you travel to and need to make plans to do. Up until this year, I always have run a marathon or half-marathon in Florida during January or February. I live in Virginia and these are really cold months here. And the older I get the more I hate the colder weather.

So, I started planning a winter destination race in Florida during this time. There are a couple of reasons for this. The first one is pretty clear – I just want to get out of the cold weather for a week or so. I love Florida and I love being there in the winter!

Second of all, having a marathon or half-marathon to do the beginning of the year keeps me running longer distances through November and December. Now, I’ll run everyday anyway – but without a schedule or a plan – I’ll just run a few and be happy. With a race on the plan, I know I have distances to cover for training and won’t slack off and be a wimp!

I’ve had some issues that kept me from doing my winter escape this year. My Dad has been really sick and I need to travel back to my home town every week to take care of things for them. So, there was no way that I could take the time off from taking care of my parents – let alone be 15 hours away.

But, I decided that next year, I’ll be back on track. So, I decided to find my race of choice. I know that I wanted it to be in Florida – and during late January or February.

Also, entering into my decision was that it should probably not be a full marathon. With what’s going on with Daddy, I’m not sure if I’ll have the time to train for more than a half-marathon. Also, my husband need a 3rd and 4th knee replacement this year (and he is not a runner), so I know that I’ll be taking care of him, too.

January and February is also a good time for us to take a little extra time off. My husband and I also have a Dairy Queen, and that is a slower time for us. So, it works out perfect!

So, to the race calendars I went. I decided that I wanted to do something different. I’ve run the Disney Marathon 3 time and love it – and the A1A Marathon twice. There’s a half-marathon that I want to do sometime in Clearwater, but then, I saw it. The Key West Half-Marathon!

I haven’t been to Key West in a few years – and it will be the perfect destination race! So, next January – road trip! And, my wonderful husband (driver and stuff-holder) has already agreed!

I wanted to share this with you to show you some of the thought processes that you need to go through in planning your races. It’s great to “want” to do something, but you need to make sure it’s feasible. You need to consider all the angles. Time you have to put into training, work schedule, spousal/family support.

I hope that you plan a winter destination race – or a destination race anytime! It helps with the motivation!