Twenty things I wish I could do online in Barbados

sueann-tannis-blogger-digital-improvements-barbados.pngMore than two years ago, year-round warm weather and a new job were among the reasons why I decided to return to Barbados from America. I ignored criticisms that I was making a huge mistake by giving up a “better life” to return to “backward Barbados” (their words, not mine). And I am happy I did.

However, there is one thing I would like to change about my back-at-home experience.

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Unexpected Lessons from American Airlines and One of the Worst Winter Storms Ever

Every now and then, I make trips between Washington, D.C. and my favorite place on earth, Barbados.

 A beach on the South coast of Barbados

In two weeks, I’ve been booked on that journey four times, amid Winter conditions that have turned America’s travel plans upside down.

These quick trips have been a whirlwind: sleeping overnight in a departure lounge, uber-expensive airport-to-hotel transfers (pun intended), unplanned spending on accommodation, and insanely long rebooking queues.

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The Art of Packing

Image :: LouisVuitton.com

Last week, for my big move to Washington, DC, I packed what seemed like my entire life into three suitcases. So much that it barely seemed legal by airline industry standards.

That said, I was relieved–yet a little disappointed–when I got word of Louis Vuitton’s Art of Packing guide. Disappointed only because I wish I had discovered this feature way earlier!

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