Over the past few weeks we have been searching high and low to find the experts who will be taking the seminar sessions at TBU'11 in Manchester. We have some great seminars lined up for you and today we are delighted to be able to announce the first 3 confirmed seminar experts at TBU'11.
What does your Facebook profile picture say about you?
I remember when I first joined Facebook, it was all about having a crazy profile picture that got you noticed. No matter if it was from a drunken night out or crazy travel experience, it went on there. I didn't give much thought for what people thought, after all, it 'was' (and supposedly still is) my own personal profile.
I will be making a 3-week backpacking trip through Europe, and I will be video blogging during my trip as well.
I was wondering if anyone has suggestions of things to see/do on the following cities, could you PLEASE post your recommendations on my Blog's Facebook Page (it's better organized for everyone, listed by city)? http://facebook.com/BrianRocha.tv
When it comes to air travel, most every passenger yearns to hear the magic word: upgrade. A drink even before the plane takes off, meals with actual silverware and the joy of not having to share the armrest with a stranger – simply stated, the perks of first and business class. I got my taste for this style of travel completely by accident when American Airlines upgraded me due to an oversold flight. And my luck of getting upgrades has continued for a myriad of reasons. Here…
As my friend Amy and I drove along the coast of Cozumel, I couldn’t tear my eyes away from the tumbling turquoise waves crashing onto the white sand beaches. The sun was blazing hot, toasting us the moment we stepped out of the car, but the salty ocean breezes cooled our skin and tossed our hair and all I could do was stare in awe and wonder.
I had just been through a gutting time in my life and my heart was raw and aching. Tears… Continue
Added by Krista Bjorn on September 14, 2010 at 6:35pm —
I’ve been infatuated with Germany since I was a little girl listening wide-eyed to Dad reading us stories of courage and sacrifice from World War II. I was horrified by the Nazi’s but deeply impacted and inspired by those brave few who resisted their own government, risking their lives and fortunes to protect those the Nazi’s wished to destroy.
I became a German history buff, scouring library bookshelves for biographies, histories, and novels that would bring this country to life for… Continue
Added by Krista Bjorn on September 10, 2010 at 8:48pm —