What Your Luggage Tells Others About YouWritten by Flor Bonifacio
Airports are fascinating places. In midst of all rush is enforced waiting. Waiting that people make use of in all sorts of ways. One of things that I enjoy most doing is looking at people’s luggage and imagining what they do for a living, where they’ve been, where they’re going to and what they might be like if I knew them.
There are two fertile points where I do my luggage musings. The first one is on departure as I queue up to check in my luggage with rest of throng. The other is upon arrival as I wait for my belongings in luggage carousel.
There are easy to decipher luggages. One of them is standard airline sized black luggage with wheels and retractable handles that most corporate executives –ever efficient time managers - carry. Most of these time saver luggages do not end up in carousels nor are they checked in, as they now fall into hand-carry luggage that can be wheeled (just) along jumbo jet’s tiny middle aisle, stored in overhead lockers (again just), and whisked out of plane and airport for next boardroom meeting halfway around globe,
Another easy to figure out luggage is humongous backpack carried by globe-trotting young person out to experience world on a tight budget. Their backpacks are normally double their size and weight and in them I would imagine would be blankets not usually provided in cheap backpacker hostels and pots and pans that might come in handy when they run out of money and need to camp out for night.
A hard one for me is hard case Samsonite luggage and person that comes with it. They seem to fall into all sorts of categories. They could be rich widows who are going to Europe to while away their time and need a few Samsonite hard case luggages with combination locks to secure their diamonds and pearls.
Great Exuma Island is the Perfect Caribbean Honeymoon DestinationWritten by Fred Coolridge
For many newlyweds, deciding on where to spend their honeymoon vacation is as important as wedding itself. A Caribbean honeymoon is a popular choice, but which one of islands will make your "dream come true"? Each one is different in what it has to offer. Much like contemplating between hiring a DJ or a band, you need to know exactly what it is you are looking for. Great Exuma Island in Bahamas is able to appeal to many tastes. Whether you are looking for relaxation, culture or adventure, this island has it all. Moreover, Great Exuma is a Caribbean island famous for perfect weather, stunning scenery and above all-romance.
Great Exuma Island has a population of fewer than 4,000 people and offers peace and serenity. In comparison to other Caribbean islands, Great Exuma is not overrun by tourists and cruise ships. On contrary, island is relatively secluded and offers you chance to hide away on a pristine white sand beach, or enjoy a picnic in a private cay.
If culture is what you are looking for, Great Exuma has it in abundance. Visit remains of cotton growing and salt farming plantations at Williams Town. Or, take a trip to fascinating ancient salt ponds. History comes alive at Elizabeth Harbor which was once a favorite haunt for pirates. The harbor is home to Exuma Cays Land and Sea Park, first land and sea park in world to be declared a national park.