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This Thanksgiving and Christmas, you can indulge in a traditional holiday feast in paradise, complete with island flair and a dash of Disney magic. Featuring live local entertainment and visits from Disney Characters, who’ll drop by for photo opportunities, the Aulani Thanksgiving Feast and Christmas Day Dinner offers great food, fun and family memories to cherish forever.
Served in the Kaiona Ballroom, the first seating is from 4-6 p.m. and the second seating is from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The cost is $89.50 for Guests ages 10 and up; $43.75 for children ages 3-9 (tax and gratuity included).
Reservations for the Aulani Thanksgiving Feast are now open for Resort Guests, and will open to non-resort Guests (subject to availability) on Nov. 15, 2016, based on availability. Reservations for the Aulani Christmas Day Dinner will open on Nov. 21, 2016 for Resort Guests and Dec. 15, 2016 for non-Resort Guests, based on availability.
If you are interested in this great family experience call and let’s get you set up before the resort sells out. This will be a Thanksgiving or Christmas that you will never forget!
Call Wendi at 281-377-3488 x 101 or mailto:Wendi@aitravelhut.com
As Always, Wishing You 80 Degrees & Palm Trees
In line with the launch of our new Air New Zealand Australia campaign we invite our clients to stop by our Australia in Virtual Reality experience event to be held Friday, October 14th at Life HTX in Houston. NO RSVPs required as the event is free flow and will run from 11am-4pm with no presentation. Therefore, you are welcome to pop in at any time. This is a great opportunity for a fun afternoon out to inspire you to travel Downunder! Feel free to forward the invite to your local friends, family and clients. Note complimentary flat whites will be served.
See you in Houston on Friday, October 14th!
Tourism Australia and Air New Zealand &
Were you ever sad to leave a fabulous vacation?
We are sitting in the Club Sandals and Butler Elite lounge waiting for our transfer back to Montego Bay for our flight home. This designated area is a great vacation enhancer. Listening to other people’s stories of what has made their vacation great is a wonderful end to our work vacation.
Why do people vacation?
What makes a great vacation?
There are several factors that go into making a great vacation.
- Location and culture
- Service level
- Food quality
- People you meet
There is an adventure waiting for you! I am blessed to see fabulous destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean. Call me and let’s talk about what interests you and build a vacation package of your dreams.
As always, wishing you 80 degrees and palm trees!
Take that vacation to lower risk of heart attack and depression, or move near a park for better mental health.
I have been saying this for years!
We are all built with an “internal battery.” It drives us, excites us and inspires us. When we live our day to day lives sometimes that passion needs a little recharge. That is what vacation does for you. Also, gives you insight and many learning experiences that you can’t find in a book. Get out and see the world around you. –Wendi
“If you want to be healthier, take more vacations and live near a large park, according to two separate studies. Vacations are linked to decreased risks of heart attack and depression and even promote brain health, says a study from the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies with the Global Commission on Aging and U.S. Travel Association. Moving closer to green space improves mental health immediately and is sustained over long periods of time, according to a University of Exeter Medical School study in Britain. “These findings are important for urban planners thinking about introducing new green spaces to towns and cities, suggesting they could provide long-term and sustained benefits for local communities,” the study said.”
This story originally appeared on Fortune
I recently read an article that I found interesting. I wonder how many of you have wondered the same thing?
It turns out that itsy bitsy hole in the bottom of your airplane window is actually a very important safety feature. It’s all-too-easy to let your mind wander when you’re confined to a tiny box of space while hurtling 40,000 feet in the air at hundreds of miles per hour, but rest assured: every single window on the airplane has the same hole. More officially, it’s called a breather hole and it’s used to regulate the amount of pressure that passes between the window’s inner and outer panes. In short, the system ensures that the outer pane bears the most pressure so that if there were a situation that caused added strain on the window, it’s the outside panel that gives out (meaning you can still breathe).
The breather hole also keeps the window fog-free by wicking moisture that gets stuck between the panes. After all, half the fun of an airplane ride is the in-flight scenery shots. Mystery solved.
This is brought to you by Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure.