National Sibling’s Day – A Reason for Travel

Howdy all y’all!  It’s Loulu, Your Chief Travel Guru here!  Today as its National Sibling’s Day, I’d thought I’d share with you a very personal post!

Meet the Lima’s –  my sister, brother and my nieces!

This picture, while taken a while back showcases how important it is for me to have a family business!  My brother and his oldest daughter have recently joined the Book Here, Give Here team to help me grow!  My baby sister Betty, which many of you know is my heart!  She’s the reason I find vacations for all types of accessibility.

Since I moved to Texas, getting together isn’t always so easy, so travel is the best way to make sure we get together.  This year, the goal is that we spend a week at the beach with our folks as they get older and really have some family bonding.

So not all Family Travel is about kids, but it is about learning to see eye to eye with whom you call family.  Who do you call your sister or brother and how can you make that bond stronger.  For the last 2 years we’ve been pretty isolated, everyone is their own bubble.  Let’s pop it and give each other a hug and plan a trip somewhere.

Where are you headed to?  not sure?  Ask us..  we can help figure out a destination that everyone will be happy with based on the experiences you want to have!

Step 1 –  Have each person complete a trip questionnaire or better yet, do it together.

Lot’s of Love of Travel from your Chief Travel Guru on this amazing Sunday!

Para nuestra familia hispana:

Hoy es el día nacional en los estados unidos del los hermanos!

Le introduzco la familia Lima.

Esta foto, tomada hace un tiempo, muestra lo importante que es para mí tener un negocio familiar. ¡Mi hermano y su hija mayor se unieron recientemente al equipo Book Here, Give Here para ayudarme a crecer! ¡Mi hermanita Betty, que muchos de ustedes saben es mi corazón! Ella es la razón por la que encuentro vacaciones para todo tipo de accesibilidad.

Desde que me mudé a Texas, reunirse no siempre es tan fácil, por lo que viajar es la mejor manera de asegurarnos de estar juntos. Este año, el objetivo es que pasemos una semana en la playa con nuestra gente a medida que crezcan y realmente tengan un vínculo familiar.

Por lo tanto, no todo el viaje familiar se trata de niños, sino de aprender a estar de acuerdo con quién llamas familia. ¿A quién llamas tu hermana o hermano y cómo puedes fortalecer ese vínculo? Durante los últimos 2 años hemos estado bastante aislados, cada uno es su propia burbuja. Hagámoslo, abracémonos y planifiquemos un viaje a alguna parte.

¿Adónde te diriges? ¿no estoy seguro? Pregúntenos… ¡podemos ayudarlo a encontrar un destino con el que todos estén contentos en función de las experiencias que desea tener!

Paso 1: haga que cada persona complete un cuestionario de viaje o, mejor aún, háganlo juntos.

¡Mucho amor por los viajes de parte de su Chief Travel Guru  en este increíble domingo!

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