The Weekly Explorer Makeover

Note: This post was written 06.24.20


Today I want to start with a sincere thank you for being part of Explore More Family Travel. When I started my business, I had no idea the type of challenges it would face, but I never imagined what we currently are going through. The goal of the first couple of months of stay at home and social distancing was simply maintaining my sanity! As I have adjusted to our temporary normal, I have been able to focus again on my business so that when travel comes back, Explore More will be better than ever! My creative juices are flowing again, and I am excited about the ways I will enhance your travel experiences in the future.

I truly love planning custom vacations, but I also love working on my brand. Being part of a panel during Travel Entrepreneurship Week hosted by the Global Institute of Travel Entrepreneurs really sparked something in me – which is why you are reading a new and improved Weekly Explorer! I am also inspired to improve my social media account, so please make sure to follow along to make sure you are part of the fun – including a summer giveaway coming soon! Simply click the icons at the bottom of this email to follow.

Whether you are here for my stories and photos, the travel information I share, or because you want me to provide travel planning service in the future, I want to thank you again for being part of this journey!

Y’all may be sick of my wanderlust of Greece, but I am putting the finishing touches on our Greece video (hopefully to be debuted next week), so it is on my mind!  
I thought it was appropriate since it featured this week’s birthday boys!  Bryson & Connor turn 7 on Saturday!  I also thought it was appropriate since we are having major pool envy right now – our neighborhood does not have one and nobody can host us as guests right now since most neighborhoods are limiting pools to residents.  For now, we will dream about our awesome hotel in Mykonos last year!

Our featured domestic property this week is in Maine, so I put together a top ten list of things to do in Maine – whether you decide to take a domestic trip this summer or wait until COVID is not a threat, this article will let you know why Maine should be on your list!  Click button or photo below for more info.

This week’s featured domestic property is Cliff House Maine.
Look at that outdoor space!!! 😍 Bask in the views from the infinity pool or the private terrace of your seaside-chic guest room; book one with a fireplace. You can hit dozens of trails, go sailing or even join a traditional lobster boat, and there are games galore on the grounds . Gather in the evenings over craft cocktails and fresh seafood caught just offshore. Yes, please!

Don’t forget the perks of booking with me, a Virtuoso affiliated travel advisor:⁠
💠Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability⁠
💠Daily Continental Breakfast for two guests per bedroom ($60 breakfast credit per day. Gratuities not included)⁠
💠Cliff House Maine signature “Sea Bag” tote. (Tote is made in Maine from recycled sails – how cute is that???)⁠
💠Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability⁠
💠Complimentary Wi-Fi⁠