Spontaneous holidays are always great, especially if it’s somewhere you’ve never been before. Living in Tokyo, Japan, the Philippines is only a four hour flight away, and after deciding we wanted to go somewhere with a beach, we booked a four-night stay on Cebu Island in the Philippines. I have a 1972 Mobile Traveler and need a complete tear out. I started with the removal of black mold covered walls and ceiling on the hitch end. I’m concerned about taking off all the interior walls and cabinets causing weak structure to camper. Can I gut entire interior and still be ok? Do I need to replace rotten frame as I go? Please help?!
The Empress Silk Plush Fringed Throw is ideal for anyone who wants a pure silk travel blanket with a twist. Made of 100% pure silk woven through a cotton base for durability, this silk throw is super soft, keeps you extra warm and yet is very lightweight.
If you are pulling this small trailer you can park it almost anyplace. I have pulled off the road a few hundred feet in a National Forest and parked under a tree, all by myself. I have been able to pull into that little parking spot that no on else can get into.
Use miles or points when possible. Apply for airline/ hotel/ car rental, etc. frequent traveler programs. They are FREE, and you can get lots of benefits. For example, I cannot remember the last time I paid for a hotel room when Hilton Hotel is in my destination. Check out Hilton Honors website here Go to the airline, car rental, or hotel websites and sign up. The only disadvantage of using miles and points is that you need to book your travel early as there is limited number of seats for miles or points on the plane and they go fast.
Luang Prabang stood as an independent kingdom until 1893, when France took over Laos as a protectorate. The French viewed the city as Laos’s cultural and royal capital, reinforcing its importance. When Laos became independent in 1953, Luang Prabang became the national capital with its king becoming the country’s head of state.
When I was planning my trip to Russia in July of 2002 the lowest prices I found for flights from Los Angeles to Moscow ranged between $1,250 to about $2,500. Fortunately, a co-worker whose wife was from Russia and who traveled with his wife to Moscow every year or so to visit her family, gave me the phone number for Gabriel Travel in Sacramento, California (5111 College Oak Dr, Ste G, Sacramento CA, 95841, 888-505-4196) which he used.