Author Archives: PJ Thomas

Don’t settle for Bland, Vanilla Tours!

Old Slave Mart

Join Us for a Gullah Coastal Heritage Tour 4 Nights Thursday, December 4, – Monday, December 8, 2014 Charleston, Beaufort, Hilton Head, South Carolina & Savannah, Georgia Price: $715 based on double- occupancy Pathfinders Heritage & Cultural Tours are conducted by Pathfinders Travel Magazine. Journey with a group of fun-loving, like-minded friends on this custom-designed motor coach tour through the ...

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Travel with the Pathfinders Travel Group to the National Black Theater Festival

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Winston-Salem, North Carolina Wednesday, August 5-Saturday 8, 2015 The National Black Theater Festival is one of the country’s leading champions of professional theater. Much in the tradition of plays produced by the legendary Black Theater Ensemble, dozens of exciting play such as, ”The Black Gents of Hollywood”, Charles Smith’s “Knock Me a Kiss”, or Layon Gray’s “All-American Girls: A Negro ...

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Make the reunion a REAL vacation

Vacation Homes as Hotel Alternatives By Pamela J. Thomas When you stay in an oceanfront beach house, or 10-bedroom villa, suddenly you’ve transformed what would could have been just an ordinary getaway into an extraordinary vacation experience. A rental rate of $8,000 or $10,000 may seem shocking at first, but divide that amount into 10 and you’re able to live ...

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Trips and Tours

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2014 Tours Coming SoonStay TunedIn the meantime, sign up for the Pathfinders Newsletter to receive information FIRST

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Namale Resort in the Fiji Islands

By: Angela Dean Watson The town of Savusavu in the island nation of Fiji, is 5,000 miles away from Los Angeles, and a 20-hour, one-way flight from the East coast on Air Pacific. It is also the home of the Namale luxury resort that features several hundred acres of tropical paradise and is the brainchild of self-help guru, Tony Robbins, ...

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Getting the Most from Your Shore Trip

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During, or after you’ve booked your cruise, you should explore the options offered via shore excursions, which can be done easily on the cruise lines website prior to sailing. These excursions range from $30 per person for a one-hour tour, to $200 all-day adventures such as biking, kayaking, hiking, and even fishing which equipment and lunch included. While researching the ...

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SCUBA Diving is Fun! How to Get Started

By Megan Caros There is nothing quite like the experience of diving underwater. The sensation of flying through the water to view diverse sea creatures and explore shipwrecks is one anyone in reasonable health can experience. All it takes is a commitment to train and an open mind. SCUBA diving, however, is a sport where proper training and certification is ...

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Restore at the Shore

The Revel Casino opened in Atlantic City, New Jersey in April 2012 with much excitement and fanfare. Since that time the casino has experienced much financial trouble as it seeks to compete in what many describe as an already overbuilt market. So far, The Revel Casino has failed to delivered on its promise to usher in a new era for ...

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Five Must-Have Travel Apps

The past few years have seen an expansion of technology that makes travel planning as easy as it’s ever been. A click of the mouse leads to the best search engine for your particular needs and anyone can now do things that were once exclusive only to a travel agent. There are also travel applications (apps) available on such mobile ...

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Cousins of Color in Nova Scotia, Canada

Halifax is a pretty and colorful city that I got to explore briefly over two days. Thanks to a half-day Your Cab minibus tour guided by Jonathan Duru, a first generation African-Canadian from Ghana, I got an in-depth insight into the communities from the past to the present. In the shadow of the MacKay suspension bridge, we trod through Seaview ...

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