Vacations are a time to relax, recharge, and unwind from the stresses of everyday life. However, it can be difficult to truly relax and make the most out of your vacation if you don’t know how. Here are six tips for mastering the art of relaxing on vacation:
Chile is a country that is quickly gaining a reputation for producing some of the finest wines in the world. From its robust Cabernet Sauvignon and aromatic and spicy Carmenere, there is something for every wine lover to discover in Chile’s diverse wine regions.
Pairing wine and food can be intimidating, especially for those who are new to the world of wine. However, with a little bit of knowledge and some basic guidelines, anyone can create a delicious wine and food pairing. Here are a few tips and tricks for wine and food pairing for beginners:
We are excited to announce the newest addition to the Taste Vacations team! Meet Sarah Wohlner, our new marketing and tour operations lead. But she’s no stranger to the Zephyr United world as Sarah joins us from the other business unit in our company, Zephyr Conferences. We think you’ll love Sarah’s passion for travel, calm energy, and attention to detail. Want to know more? Check out the short interview below:
Hi everyone this is Allan Wright. I’m the President and Founder of Zephyr Adventures, Taste Vacations, and Travel Montana and I’m here again to talk to you about COVID for the first time in four months.
Today’s subject is – is it time to start worrying about the next COVID wave now. We know that things are pretty good here in the United States right now but we also know that in some Asian countries, they’re experiencing a bit of a boom in cases and that cases are increasing in many European countries as well. The reason is two-fold really over in Asia. Many of those countries have done such a great job at keeping COVID at bay that the new omicron variants are infecting people who are vaccinated.
In Europe, it’s a little bit different. They are primarily seeing a surge because of this new BA2 variant of the omicron variant of COVID and so we often follow what happens in Europe, in terms of this pandemic are very likely to see a similar increase in cases in the coming weeks and probably lasting for a couple of months until it goes back down again. The question then is is it time to worry and I think the answer is no.