Travel: France set to reopen borders to American tourists from June 9th


    French president Emmanuel Macron has laid out full details of France’s reopening plan, including the relaxing of border restrictions for visitors from outside the EU. Macron on Thursday set out the detailed timetable for reopening the country, including reopening bars and cafés and lifting the curfew. And there was one date particularly important toContinue reading “Travel: France set to reopen borders to American tourists from June 9th”

TRAVEL ALERT: Before you buy your Plane Ticket…………


Typically, when your planning a trip online , you purchase the Airline Tickets, book the hotel and then make car rental reservations. Its time to change the order…………. Recently, I was planning a trip from Sacramento to Dallas. I found a great price online  for my airline tickets.($210)   The hotel,was a hundred dollars a night.Continue reading “TRAVEL ALERT: Before you buy your Plane Ticket…………”

In Hawaii, Rental-Car Demand Skyrockets, Sending Tourists to U-Haul Rentals


Sebastian Blanco\CarandDriver.com The Pandemic hit the rental car industry hard last year, and many companies sold off excess vehicles. Now, with vaccines available and travelers returning to places like Hawaii, rental-car lots are pretty empty, which means surprisingly high prices. A Toyota Camry cost $700 a day on Maui last month, and even now, it’s difficult to findContinue reading “In Hawaii, Rental-Car Demand Skyrockets, Sending Tourists to U-Haul Rentals”

Trump’s Hoopty


You know the guy… He buys an old car, strips it and tricks it out with only the best his money can buy. The biggest and brightest rims. Buttery soft leather, a sound systems that can make the neighbors weep. The owner, doesn’t care that his ride is 30 years old and needs the loveContinue reading “Trump’s Hoopty”

Americans have been escaping to Mexico to avoid COVID-19 restrictions back home. Now, Mexico is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases


Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have been flocking to Mexico either on vacation or to settle, according to multiple reports. In November, more than half a million Americans traveled to Mexico, The New York Times reported. The influx of Americans has been partly due to the relaxed restrictions at the Mexican border: while many countries requireContinue reading “Americans have been escaping to Mexico to avoid COVID-19 restrictions back home. Now, Mexico is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases”

More Room in the rear seat of a Subcompact car than on Southwest Airlines


I take Uber/Fyft every day, Due to Covid 19, the ride share companies required passengers to ride in the back seat. As a lot of you know, I’m a giant man 6.4 over 300 pounds. Airline travel is a challenge. I tend to avoid Boeing’s Mega Popular 737 the staple of most airlines. With theContinue reading “More Room in the rear seat of a Subcompact car than on Southwest Airlines”

King Kong & Son


I saw him, as I was limping through Denver International, didn’t think much of it.  Saw him again in the B gates.  Like the Empire State Building,  BIG men stand out in the crowd.  This early twenty something, man was surrounded by a group of twenty somethings. He was my height ,around 6.4 and overContinue reading “King Kong & Son”

UGANDA: Top tourist things to do and see around Kampala


Take a stroll or ride around Kampala and you will be guaranteed a memorable sightseeing adventure. PIC: A view of Kampala’s skyline at night. In addition to Kampala’s historic buildings and rich cultures, there are so many interesting things to do and see. (Credit: KCCA) TOURISM Uganda’s national and commercial capital city Kampala was historicallyContinue reading “UGANDA: Top tourist things to do and see around Kampala”

The First Covid Thanksgiving


Sacramento Covid Cases have increased by 400%. Last week there were over a million new cases nationwide bringing the infection rate to over 11 million in the US. Experts recommend staying home this Thanksgiving. As traveling increases, so does your risk of being exposed to the coronavirus and of possibly spreading it to others. AAAContinue reading “The First Covid Thanksgiving”