Are you a hottie? Travel the world for free
Eros2810 is an attractive 39-year-old, 6-foot-tall entrepreneur with no kids, an annual income of over $1 million and a yen for exotic travel. His ideal travel companion: “a girl that likes to have a laugh, travel all over the world and fancy restaurant/bars (sic).”
Lemonhoney3 is a 22-year-old student nurse/bartender/model who wants to “have fun, laugh, love” and believes she deserves “to date someone who will pamper me, empower me, and help me mentally, emotionally and financially someone to travel with while being descrete (sic).”
He’s generous. She’s attractive. And their profiles are both on the new dating website MissTravel.com, so for all we know, Eros and Lemonhoney could be off to Rio by now.
MissTravel.com, which claims to be the “first online dating website to combine travel and romance,” is either a stroke of genius or really, really offensive, depending on your perspective.
Egypt expects 23 pct more tourists in 2012
Egypt expects to receive more than 12 million tourists by the end of 2012, a 23 percent rise over the previous year, the tourism minister said on Tuesday, adding that he did not expect the election of a new Islamist president to stifle the industry.
Egypt’s economy has been hit by a decline in tourist numbers and investors in the wake of the popular uprising that toppled President Hosni Mubarak 17 months ago.
Many in the tourism sector fear recovery would be slow if President Mohamed Mursi imposes Islamic strictures on the sector such as banning the skimpy swim wear and alcohol that are a normal part of a beach holiday for many foreign tourists.
Southwest Airlines Provide $1.2 Million in Free Travel for American Veterans
Southwest Airlines has announced that they till provide $1.2 million in travel to World War II veterans for free.
The airline will provide travel to over 3,000 American Veterans. The airline is providing the travel through 2015 to help Veterans visit Veteran memorials in the nation’s capital, Washington D.C..The move is part of Southwest Airlines’s commitment to their role as the official airline of the Honor Flight Network.
“Southwest Airlines is proud to continue our support of Honor Flight and to have the opportunity to give back to the people who have fought to protect our Freedoms,” said Linda Rutherford, Southwest Airlines Vice President of Communication and Strategic Outreach in a press release.
“Every Veteran should have the opportunity to visit the memorial that was created for him or her, and we are honored to be a part of fulfilling this dream.”
Hawaiian Airlines lowers neighbor island fares
Hawaiian Airlines has announced new, lower inter-island fares. The company says savings could be as great as 25% on some routes and the company may be expanding it’s neighbor island reach.
The Hose Ohana is headed to a neighbor island.
“Ah we’re going up Maui for family reunion,” Willie Hose said.
If Willie starts planning next year’s trip a little earlier he could be saving some serious money.
Under new web fares announced by Hawaiian Airlines a new one way flight between Honolulu and Kahului could cost just $65. A similar new fare is now available between Honolulu and Lihue with $72 and $75 fares now available for Kona and Hilo respectively.