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Ventrice Grant Cadette We recently returned from a wonderful 7-day vacation on the Allure of the Seas. We cannot say thank-you enough to our travel agent, Ernie. He was the best of the best. Since we were first time cruisers, he helped us tremendously and I would recommend him and his agency to my associates and relatives any day. He kept in constant contact either by phone or email. He watched for fare reductions and passed the reductions unto us. He was hands-on every step of the way. We are forever grateful! Thank you, Thank you Ernie.

Debbie Snyder I highly recommend this travel agent! Ernie takes such a personal interest helps you plan your perfect vacation! He is so pleasant to work with, offers great suggestions, searches for the best fares! We went on a Caribbean cruise had such a wonderful time! As novice cruisers, we really appreciated the input time that Ernie gave to us. In the end, we not only experienced an amazing trip, but we made a new friend!

Judith Minter Ernie is conscientious and LOVES to travel, especially to the beach wherever that may be. He knows the ropes and will give you the best service available in the travel world.

Lotus M. Flower On Sunday, July 20th, 17 of my family members and I set sail on the Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas for our 7 nights vacation to the Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Our trip was delicately managed by the CEO of Isle Follow The Sun Travel Agency, Ernie. The Best Travel Agent on planet earth.

From the moment Ernie was given to task of planning and organizing our cruise to the day after we returned from the cruise, it was nothing less than perfection. It was truly unbelievable the level of attention, care and love that was given to our group. Ernie was never too busy to take the numerous calls from anyone of us nor too tired to spend countless hours on the phone with Royal Caribbean after his busy day at work just to ensure our vacation was flawless

Julie Hendrickson The Sun always shines when your travel plans are in the hands of this Agency.

Karen Kreations Great travel company. Ernie is such a pleasure to deal with, he will search and search for the best vacation for you. I can’t wait to start planning my spring Vegas trip with him. I highly recommend him.





09/12/2017

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02/10/2017

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Argentina is Cheap Again (If You Follow This Advice) #freedom #travel

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Argentina is Cheap Again (If You Follow This Advice)

When I put out the first edition of The World s Cheapest Destinations at the end of 2002, Argentina was one of the best travel values in the world and it stayed that way for quite a while. Reeling for a huge banking collapse and currency crisis, the local peso went from parity to the dollar to a rate of three to the dollar when the dust settled, without any change in prices.

After a while though, even though the exchange rate kept widening, inflation galloped even faster. As tourism picked up and hotels were able to fill their rooms, rates for those went up as well. With an inefficient and pricey airline system, combined with very long distances for buses, eventually Argentina drifted out of budget travel territory and I had to drop it from the book when doing updates.

This is a country that can t get out of its own way though and you can almost bet money that every 10 years they re going to be in trouble again. That time is now. They have defaulted on debt. robbed the public pensions, strangled international business, and practically outlawed a whole range of imported goods. It keeps getting messier and nothing is working as intended though.

Another Collapse, but When?

The prevailing wisdom from people who live there is that one of two things will happen before the next election at the end of 2015.

1) The government and economy will collapse, the opposition will come in and make rescue moves, and in a few years they ll get all the credit for the turnaround. The current government won t regain power.

2) The current government will somehow keep limping along and will stay in power long enough to hand the whole mess off to the opposition, then the old guard can blame the whole mess on the opposition since it will take a while to turn things around. Then eventually the pendulum will swing and they ll be back in power.

Either way, few are predicting good news on the horizon anytime soon. There are so many red flags right now that it s hard to see anything positive to point to.

There s one big red flag though that s really a gold one for travelers: a dual exchange rate for those with dollars.

Official Rate vs. Blue Rate

Nobody wants to call the real exchange rate a black market rate, so they re calling it a blue rate to make it sound prettier. The official rate is a little more than 8 to the dollar. The real rate you ll get on the street is more than 15. This rate is so open that it s printed in the newspaper and you can look it up online each day.

What this means for you the traveler is this: cash is king. Forget the ATM, forget using your credit card. For both of those you re going to get the lousy official rate. You can almost double your spending power by bringing cash.

Your Argentina-bound carry-on bag

Yes, I know this goes against everything you ve learned about safety, theft prevention, debit card back-ups, and the like. But really, you are better off acting like a mobster and coming in with rolls of $50 and $100 bills (clean and recent of course) than you are trying to use plastic. Then you simply exchange these dollars for pesos and use those pesos to pay for your now-much-cheaper hotel rooms, restaurant meals, and bus tickets. Use those pesos to shop for now-cheap leather goods and to buy good wine for cheap.

If you do this, you ll be copying what the wealthy Argentines are doing now. The country has slapped a 35% international travel tax on anyone leaving the country to try to stem the outward flow of money, but it s not keeping the rich from traveling. That s because they can easily justify it as a business expense: they ve stowed their money in Montevideo, Panama, or Miami. So it s a banking trip. It s also the only way they can shop for items not made in Argentina: the import restrictions have gotten so tough that most of the best-known international brands have pulled out of Argentina. The ones who stayed are having to buy buildings to have something to do with their profits since they can t get them out of the country.

In short, its a big mess. But when there s upheaval, that s often the best time to visit. You have a hard currency in a land where that hard currency is extra valuable.

Just be advised there s one big expense you can t get around: the hefty reciprocity fee to enter the country. Chile dropped it recently, but not Argentina (or Brazil). You need to apply in advance and pay $160 per person if you re American, $92 if you re Canadian, and $100 if you re Australian. Stay a while to make up for this tax on tourists.





09/09/2017

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Ventrice Grant Cadette We recently returned from a wonderful 7-day vacation on the Allure of the Seas. We cannot say thank-you enough to our travel agent, Ernie. He was the best of the best. Since we were first time cruisers, he helped us tremendously and I would recommend him and his agency to my associates and relatives any day. He kept in constant contact either by phone or email. He watched for fare reductions and passed the reductions unto us. He was hands-on every step of the way. We are forever grateful! Thank you, Thank you Ernie.

Debbie Snyder I highly recommend this travel agent! Ernie takes such a personal interest helps you plan your perfect vacation! He is so pleasant to work with, offers great suggestions, searches for the best fares! We went on a Caribbean cruise had such a wonderful time! As novice cruisers, we really appreciated the input time that Ernie gave to us. In the end, we not only experienced an amazing trip, but we made a new friend!

Judith Minter Ernie is conscientious and LOVES to travel, especially to the beach wherever that may be. He knows the ropes and will give you the best service available in the travel world.

Lotus M. Flower On Sunday, July 20th, 17 of my family members and I set sail on the Royal Caribbean Allure of the Seas for our 7 nights vacation to the Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Maarten. Our trip was delicately managed by the CEO of Isle Follow The Sun Travel Agency, Ernie. The Best Travel Agent on planet earth.

From the moment Ernie was given to task of planning and organizing our cruise to the day after we returned from the cruise, it was nothing less than perfection. It was truly unbelievable the level of attention, care and love that was given to our group. Ernie was never too busy to take the numerous calls from anyone of us nor too tired to spend countless hours on the phone with Royal Caribbean after his busy day at work just to ensure our vacation was flawless

Julie Hendrickson The Sun always shines when your travel plans are in the hands of this Agency.

Karen Kreations Great travel company. Ernie is such a pleasure to deal with, he will search and search for the best vacation for you. I can’t wait to start planning my spring Vegas trip with him. I highly recommend him.





23/07/2017

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Argentina is Cheap Again (If You Follow This Advice) #hotels #and

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Argentina is Cheap Again (If You Follow This Advice)

When I put out the first edition of The World s Cheapest Destinations at the end of 2002, Argentina was one of the best travel values in the world and it stayed that way for quite a while. Reeling for a huge banking collapse and currency crisis, the local peso went from parity to the dollar to a rate of three to the dollar when the dust settled, without any change in prices.

After a while though, even though the exchange rate kept widening, inflation galloped even faster. As tourism picked up and hotels were able to fill their rooms, rates for those went up as well. With an inefficient and pricey airline system, combined with very long distances for buses, eventually Argentina drifted out of budget travel territory and I had to drop it from the book when doing updates.

This is a country that can t get out of its own way though and you can almost bet money that every 10 years they re going to be in trouble again. That time is now. They have defaulted on debt. robbed the public pensions, strangled international business, and practically outlawed a whole range of imported goods. It keeps getting messier and nothing is working as intended though.

Another Collapse, but When?

The prevailing wisdom from people who live there is that one of two things will happen before the next election at the end of 2015.

1) The government and economy will collapse, the opposition will come in and make rescue moves, and in a few years they ll get all the credit for the turnaround. The current government won t regain power.

2) The current government will somehow keep limping along and will stay in power long enough to hand the whole mess off to the opposition, then the old guard can blame the whole mess on the opposition since it will take a while to turn things around. Then eventually the pendulum will swing and they ll be back in power.

Either way, few are predicting good news on the horizon anytime soon. There are so many red flags right now that it s hard to see anything positive to point to.

There s one big red flag though that s really a gold one for travelers: a dual exchange rate for those with dollars.

Official Rate vs. Blue Rate

Nobody wants to call the real exchange rate a black market rate, so they re calling it a blue rate to make it sound prettier. The official rate is a little more than 8 to the dollar. The real rate you ll get on the street is more than 15. This rate is so open that it s printed in the newspaper and you can look it up online each day.

What this means for you the traveler is this: cash is king. Forget the ATM, forget using your credit card. For both of those you re going to get the lousy official rate. You can almost double your spending power by bringing cash.

Your Argentina-bound carry-on bag

Yes, I know this goes against everything you ve learned about safety, theft prevention, debit card back-ups, and the like. But really, you are better off acting like a mobster and coming in with rolls of $50 and $100 bills (clean and recent of course) than you are trying to use plastic. Then you simply exchange these dollars for pesos and use those pesos to pay for your now-much-cheaper hotel rooms, restaurant meals, and bus tickets. Use those pesos to shop for now-cheap leather goods and to buy good wine for cheap.

If you do this, you ll be copying what the wealthy Argentines are doing now. The country has slapped a 35% international travel tax on anyone leaving the country to try to stem the outward flow of money, but it s not keeping the rich from traveling. That s because they can easily justify it as a business expense: they ve stowed their money in Montevideo, Panama, or Miami. So it s a banking trip. It s also the only way they can shop for items not made in Argentina: the import restrictions have gotten so tough that most of the best-known international brands have pulled out of Argentina. The ones who stayed are having to buy buildings to have something to do with their profits since they can t get them out of the country.

In short, its a big mess. But when there s upheaval, that s often the best time to visit. You have a hard currency in a land where that hard currency is extra valuable.

Just be advised there s one big expense you can t get around: the hefty reciprocity fee to enter the country. Chile dropped it recently, but not Argentina (or Brazil). You need to apply in advance and pay $160 per person if you re American, $92 if you re Canadian, and $100 if you re Australian. Stay a while to make up for this tax on tourists.





30/04/2017

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