Vacation inflation: Beware of sticker shock when you finally book a trip, says St. John's travel agent
Kaitlynn Nordal Published: March 26, 2022
After two long years, many Atlantic Canadians are grabbing their passport for some cautious fun in the sun. “Since the federal government made the change to border restrictions and changed the travel advisory status, we’ve seen an increase in interest and people booking,” said Jennifer Neary, owner of Once In a Lifetime Travel in St. John’s, N.L
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No more big white weddings: East Coast couples still hoping to tie the knot in intimate 2021 celebrations
Laura Churchill Duke (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Published: May 12, 2020
“We anticipate this will make destination weddings appealing as a safe, easy, and less expensive option,” says Neary. Destination elopements have always been popular and, as 200-person weddings get indefinitely postponed, couples are looking at this option more and more. An intimate ceremony for two, or perhaps a small celebration with a handful of guests, destination elopements offer a romantic, stress-free escape with a built-in honeymoon. And, Neary says, they can be arranged very quickly for spontaneous couples.
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The Lowdown: Travel medical insurance
May 29, 2019
CBC Investigates gets the details from Jennifer Neary of Once In A Lifetime Travel about why it's important to check what medical insurance you have before you leave on a trip
CBC Radio CrossTalk
Monday, December 17
What is your favorite tip to reduce the stress of traveling? Ours is to use a travel agent. 😉
On Monday, December 17 Jennifer from Once in a Lifetime Travel & Gabby from The Food Girl in Town will be on CBC CrossTalk chatting with Ramona Dearing and callers about stress free travel.