After I landed in Zacatecas, Mexico to attend the Feira de Turismo Cultural Mexico my Facebook update read:
I have been transported into a dream world.
It was one of those “Pinch me, this can’t be real, I must be dreaming” moments.
One of Mexico’s 50 Magic Towns, the Historic Center of Zacatecas in Central Mexico, founded in 1546, has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.… Read More Zacatecas, Mexico: A Dream Destination
In my blog post entitled My Mumbai Masala, I promised a part 2 follow-up. It’s long overdue. I’ve been speaking about my experiences in Mumbai a lot recently so clearly it’s time. The second time I went to Mumbai, I stayed at the Rennaissance Hotel at Lake Powai. Far away from Mumbai’s urban core, It was… Read More More Mumbai Magic
It’s no secret that companies around the globe have experienced an unprecedented rate of turbulence since February, 2001. This greatly intensified in September, 2008 and it has had a dramatic impact on every sector of the economy. With the ripple effect of the U.S. election and Brexit on the horizon, we are in a period… Read More Dubai Team Building: The Quest for Black Gold
It’s official, The Canadian dollar has slipped below 70 cents against the US$. US companies can get, more bang for their buck by heading North of the border for executive retreats, team building, and corporate events. For Canadian companies, if the decline in the value of the loonie has placed foreign travel out of reach, 2016 is an ideal year to discover the effective and engaging team building programmes and the top quality hotels and resorts at home.… Read More How Canadian Teams can Stretch Their Team Building Budgets
Executives who want to inspire creative teams and unleash the creativity of team members can always count on discovering something fresh and unique in Montreal.
Luminotherapie in the festival zone is a great experience to ignite creative sparks during the winter. … Read More Luminotherapie Lights Creative Sparks in Montreal
In Leipzig, Germany, New Year’s Eve is always a blockbuster event. The celebrations to ring in 2016 will be even more spectacular as 2016 is the 1000 year anniversary of the founding of the city.
… Read More New Year’s Eve in Leipzig, Germany
In Japan, the celebrations for the new year (Shogatsu or Oshogatsu) begin today. In fact, while Christmas is not a national holiday, the new year is so significant that there is a school vacation for 2 full weeks and businesses and most tourist attractions are closed from December 30th – January 3rd. Instead of sending out Christmas cards, it is traditional to send out New Year’s cards.… Read More Festivities for the New Year in Japan