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Hotel Review: Burj Al Arab
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Hotel Review: Burj Al Arab

Decadent, abundant, colorful, spacious. These are the words I’d use to describe the Burj Al Arab. I have entered the 7-Star category of hotels. And boy, was it! Mostly. Burj Al Arab is an all-suite hotel. Meaning, every room is a two-floor suite. Enormous. My lavish journey, however, began with a Rolls Royce chauffeur pick...

Hotel Review: Rekero Camp
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Hotel Review: Rekero Camp

Rekero camp was my last stop on Safari in Kenya, and I think about returning almost every day! Yes, I have a sweet spot for Rekero, and here are five reasons I love it there! 1. The Staff 2. The Food 3. The Location 4. The Tents 5. The Animals The Staff Stacey and Pete,...

Hotel Review: Kiota Camp
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Hotel Review: Kiota Camp

My second tented camp experience while on Safari, and Kiota Camp did not disappoint! Located in the middle of nowhere, you are far enough from the arrival of your bush plane to get lost in the Serengeti and have many animal sightings on the way to your accommodation. Woohoo! When I arrived in Seronera, I was...

Hotel Review: Maramboi Tented Camp
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Hotel Review: Maramboi Tented Camp

Maramboi was my first tented experience while on Safari. It was also the first time I heard animals stirring in the night, with noises that were unfamiliar. I was so scared at first, but after I learned what I was hearing, it was all good. Maramboi tents are enormous! Built on stable platforms, this is...

Hotel Review: Rosewood Mayakoba
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Hotel Review: Rosewood Mayakoba

There are some hotels that deserve a six-star rating, and this is one of them. I had the pleasure of staying at Rosewood Mayakoba after an incredible journey through Europe, and as a pit-stop on my way back to Kaua’i. (Where I lived at the time.) Service, Detail, and Luxury are the top three words I’d...