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Local Travel Agent Receives Unique On-Location “Weddings and Celebrations” Certification at World-Famous Casa de Campo Resort As a part of Destination Wedding University’s in-demand training course, Dana Lewis joined a select group that participated in a live, start-to-finish destination wedding training at the historical luxury resort. Waco, Texas, November 6, 2020 – While 2020 may go down […]

On-Location “Weddings and Celebrations” Certification

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Destination Weddings

What happens when you’re gone? You may not want to think about something happening to you while traveling, or any other time for that matter, but the truth is it is a reality. Will & estate planning is so important for many reasons. What happens to your children? Your money? Your home and personal belongings? […]

Why You Need a Will Before Travel

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Travel Tips & Tricks

The year was 2015. The world awaited with open arms, and I longed to help others explore it. Today, 5 years later, though our world looks so much different, some things remain the same—my desire to travel and to help others do the same. As I celebrate 5 years of being in business this week, I […]

Celebrating 5 Years of DWD Travel

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DWD Happenings

It is no secret that we are all growing so weary of COVID-19, on top of that list being myself (ha!), and the current holding pattern our lives seem to be locked in. Keeping away from friends and family, masks as our newest accessories, and no traveling.  But for us, we’ve decided to start easing our […]

Bust Out of Quarantine Bucket List

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Travel Tips & Tricks

​You know that saying, “don’t create a life you need to escape from” or however it goes?Well, I call bullshit! Vacations aren’t necessarily about escaping everyday life, but more so about connecting and making memories. Which is why I believe couples should take a “honeymoon” year after year! At least once a year, my husband and […]

Why Couples Should Honeymoon Every Year

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Travel Tips & Tricks

Tantrums, sunburns, jellyfish stings, and endless whining—that’s now how I want to do a beach trip, and I’m betting that’s not how you want yours to go either. Our two-year-old twins have been on quite a few beach trips now, so I’m inclined to call myself a pro! Ha—I wish. I will say that over the […]

Beachin’ with Babes

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5 Ways Coronavirus is Making More Connected Travelers If the past few months have given us anything, it is the gift of time. Time to think, time to reflect, and time to just be. I’ve pondered many things, scenarios, and wishes for what our new future will bring us.  A few thoughts in particular are quite […]

How COVID-19 Will Make Us Better Travelers

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Travel Tips & Tricks

Our quarantine and social distancing adventures have included watching dog sledding movies and reminiscing on one of the greatest experiences I’ve ever had. Just watching these movies, you can feel love of the musher for his dogs and dogs for his musher.⁣⁣It’s a relationship of loyalty, love, even sacrifice, and extreme resilience—attributes we could all cling […]

Staycation Activities

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I’ve been reflecting back on our family vacation to Turks & Caicos.⁣ It was a HARD trip. The twins are at the age of trying to learn how to communicate, and it often comes out as tantrums or whining. And Lovely & I are trying our hardest to not lose our minds. HA! ​But as […]

Beaches Turks & Caicos | Family Trip Recap

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Family Vacations

Bright and early tomorrow morning, we are headed out on our next big family adventure! This time to an exciting tropical locale. Though this adventure’s packing is quite different from the last (Alaska), our survival tactics for flying with the twins will be the same. To refresh my own memory, and mentally prepare myself for […]

Tips and Tricks for Flying with Toddlers

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