Life in the Arctic Circle with Kirsty Halliday

I have always admired people who take freedom to a whole other level. The older I get, the more I dream of leaving everything behind to wander the world aimlessly. Years ago, my favorite gypsy Kirsty Halliday did just that. She left her corporate job in Philly, for what she thought was a summer road trip in an RV. I watched her explore those parts … Continue reading Life in the Arctic Circle with Kirsty Halliday

Private Travel Manager & Companion

In a world where experience is the biggest luxury we have, making memories is our most precious indulgence. Travel is one of life’s ultimate experiences. It expands our horizons, opens our eyes, and alters our existence. But, traveling as a single woman can be a frustrating experience. Sherry Kumar delivers truly experiential services, direct to you, adapted to meet your personal travel requirements. Available at … Continue reading Private Travel Manager & Companion

Eurocircle’s Adventure in Argentina, 2016

We are back! Eurocircle’s sixth annual adventure has concluded in the wet and wild Iguassu Falls, so needless to say, our annual photo which we always take dressed in white was replaced with a photo of us drenched and shivering amidst some of the most powerful waterfalls in the world. But, our trip actually began in the chic and sophisticated city of Buenos Aires. We … Continue reading Eurocircle’s Adventure in Argentina, 2016

Postcard from Dubrovnik

July 14, 2016 — Our tour of the countries of former Yugoslavia concluded in Croatia. Our group checked into the beautiful Rixos hotel overlooking the Adriatic sea. After a champagne welcome and cocktails on the terrace, we decided to make this part of our itinerary all about rest and relaxation. Complete album: I was eager to re-connect with Croatia’s sparkling beaches, while my guests … Continue reading Postcard from Dubrovnik

The Magic of Montenegro

July 11, 2016  — Our tour of Serbia ended with a beautiful reception at Beli Dvor with the Serbian Royal Family. The next morning we caught an early flight from Nikola Tesla Airport, to Tivat. From there we drove down Montenegro’s rocky coastline, passing through ancient cobble stone towns and rocky beaches to our home for the next few days, Sveti Stefan. Moro photos on … Continue reading The Magic of Montenegro

My Two Cents: Centurion Lounge Miami

Heading back from Puerto Rico, I had a short layover at Miami airport. It was a late night, and I was tired, so I thought that the long trek through Miami airport and it’s air train system was worth the hassle. I had heard so much about American Express’s new luxury airport lounges, but my travels rarely take me to the few airports where they … Continue reading My Two Cents: Centurion Lounge Miami

Eurocircle Travels to Argentina, 2016

Dates:             8 Days, 7 Nights   Arrival October 7th, 2016 Cities:             Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Iguazu Falls (Argentina) Highlights:      Tango, Wine county, Igiazu Water Falls, Contact Organizer:        Sherry Kumar, FB Profile: Deposits, Payments, Detailed Itinerary and Flight Info. Inclusions:       Hotels, 7 breakfasts, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner, airport transfers, private motor coach, tour guide, ticketing for all sightseeing activities. Not-Included:  Airfare from your home city to … Continue reading Eurocircle Travels to Argentina, 2016