"Great Faces Great Places", photo credit to S.T


SOUTH DAKOTA If you are planning a trip to South Dakota, you’re doing the right thing. The State is vast in territory, low in population compared to other States, but there is something for everyone out there. The place is magical! However, this article does not aim to tell you where to go or what to do when you visit South Dakota. There are thousands of sources you can check online for that info. If you prefer a personalized trip, tailored to your preferences and likes specifically, we will be honored to plan and organize that trip for you. This …

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Martha's Vineyard


Martha’s Vineyard: The Mystic Island (continue) CHILMARK Martha’s Vineyard six towns are all unique in looks, atmosphere, mood, and nature. Chilmark, though tiny, proudly supports all of these categories. At certain spots, the town has forestry look with low stone made walls typical for Great Britain and standing as a reminder of the first colonies. Behind those trees, there are farms, mansions, and wide open green fields. Few hiking trails will take the explorer to secret places not many have seen. Menemsha Hills is one of the longest and most famous on Martha’s Vineyard, but one worth dedicating a half-to-full …

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Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard

Martha’s Vineyard: The Mystic of the Atlantic

WELCOME TO MARTHA’S VINEYARD! An island like no other! A  place that few know that it exists, but those that come always return! Martha’s Vineyard is just about 7 miles off the coast of Massachusetts and part of the Cape Islands. Nearby is the Nantucket island and the Elizabeth Islands. A place famous for its wild grapes and countless vineyards, the island is famous today with its unique atmosphere, six small and charming towns all different from each other, rich history, beautiful landscapes, and stunning beaches. There is something for everyone on this island and more! During the winter months, …

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How to travel in a new way?


HOW TO TRAVEL IN A NEW WAY? The world has shrunk enough where people are free and able to travel however they’d like to. The internet is literally congested with links to travel agencies, travel consultants, travel planners, discount cruises, “all of your dream trips”, etc., but how many of those trip organizers, so to call them, actually think of you when they put your itinerary together? How many of them think of YOU, as an individual and/or group, when you collect the big fees? Our guess is…not so many.  It is no longer as fashionable, nor prestige, to travel …

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Etar Architectural-Ethnographic Complex, Photo Credit to Custom Trip Team

Etar Architectural-Ethnographic Complex: A Journey Through History

WHAT IS ETAR, BULGARIA? Etar, Bulgaria is an architectural-ethnographic complex which is located a few kilometers from Bulgaria’s city of Gabrovo. The place is uniquely preserved and situated nicely on the banks of the Yantra river. The houses now turned into numberless workshops date back to the 18th and 19th centuries. It is considered to be one of the few ‘open air museums’ in the world and thousands of visitors come from all corners of the world to see and experience an “old lifestyle” unknown to many that still inspires and recharges with its eternal atmosphere still preserved in Etar. …

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View of Plovdiv From Nebet Hill, Photo Credit: Custom Trip Team


PLOVDIV, BULGARIA Plovdiv, Bulgaria is one of the world’s oldest cities. Located somewhat centrally, on seven hills, in the Thracian Valley of Bulgaria it offers moderate climate and four distinct seasons. It is considered to be the second largest city in the country and has been nominated as European Capital of Culture for 2019. Plovdiv is famous for its rich history, dating back to 6th century BC, and is rich in archaeological sites. Today Plovdiv offers a unique combination of the past and present, where numerous activities, exhibits, competitions and venues offer a variety of entertainment and educational programs for …

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