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Kimo Dejon with Aloha Adventure & Leisure Travel

by The Editor for Features, Travel

An Independent Agency in the Avoya Travel / American Express Travel Network

About Kimo Dejon aloha-adventure-travel

My Agency is an Independent Agency in the Avoya Travel / American Express Network, one of the largest in the world – Our specialty is providing America’s Baby Boomers, Active Senior Citizens and Adventurous middle-aged travelers meet or exceed their vacation lifestyles!

I have been involved in the travel / hospitality industry for 37 years and I subscribe to 5 Star Customer Service…after the sale and ongoing there-after!

I believe in turning wanderlust dreams into precious lifetime memories…I have traveled extensively in my personal and professional life – almost 4 million real air miles flown, been to 34 countries and counting, numerous cruises from the Caribbean to French Polynesia! I have worked in the travel and hospitality industry and I love to travel because it is truly the best way to learn about various ethnic and cultures worldwide.

I am, as we say in Hawaii, a “poi dog” – ethnically, part this and part that…but Polynesian in my heart, soul and spirit is number one!
I love helping clients turn their wanderlust travel dreams into precious life-time memories – can we help you to experience a vacation of a lifetime also?

My Travel Adventures

I have a sincere and real zest for life and especially for travelling whenever and wherever I can. Karen and I are blessed to have done numerous cruises – on beautiful sailing yachts (Windstar Cruises ) and the large cruise ships (Carnival, NCL, Celebrity, Crystal, etc., etc.,).

One of my favorite vacation modes of enjoyment is to travel by rail (we have done numerous railway vacations over the years!) – this is why I consider it a absolute honor and privilege to help my clients with Amtrak Vacations, Canada’s First Class Rocky Mountaineer and the fabulous Grand Canyon Railroad Experience! In my opinion, there is no better way to see the beautiful countryside – and to completely relax while doing it – then to travel by railway!

I have traveled extensively throughout Asia-Pacific. the Caribbean, Western and Central Europe, French Polynesia and all of the South Pacific – have sailed from Hawaii to Tahiti – and back – with stops in Palmyra, Rarotonga, Tuomotus, etc., on a 53 foot catamaran in 8 weeks!
I have personally lived in the South Pacific, Hawaii. Europe and the Mainland USA.
My personal and professional endeavor is to provide my clients with the most spectacular and the most memorable vacations they can imagine!

For more information:

Contact: Kimo Dejon

Phone: 541-480-8586

Email: jkdejon@gmail.com

Website:Avoya Travel – Aloha Adventure & Leisure Travel

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SUNGLOW RANCH RECEIVES TRIP ADVISOR ACCOLADES

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Sunglow Ranch, an intimate guest ranch property and birders’ paradise in the Chiricahua Mountains in southeast Arizona, has announced that it has received the 2013 Certificate of Excellence from Christine Petersen, President of Trip Advisor for Business.

The award is in recognition of Sunglow’s achievement of the highest Trip Advisor rating of five on its well-known scale of five circles, based on independent reviews by its guests. The ratings measure guest feedback on specific criteria including value, sleep quality, cleanliness and service. Of 92 reviews, Sunglow Ranch has achieved an overall excellent rating from 93.5% of its reviewers.
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Rocky Point (Mexico)

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Rocky Point beach.

Rocky Point beach.

With gas costing as much as it does an inexpensive three day tour to Rocky Point, Mexico for charity should help everyone. The next two tours are scheduled for Jan 12-14 and Feb 23-25. The tours are limited to 55 persons. Each tour includes luxury bus, three days and two nights in the only American owned hotel in Rocky Point, two full breakfasts, one cocktail party with entertainment, a seafood Mexican dinner and three tours. The first stop is at Organ Pipe National Monument in Arizona. The second is to the CEDO Institute, the only Oceanographic Institute between Texas and California. The third includes shopping in an area in Rocky Point that is very unusual. A optional excursion is clamming with lunch in Cholla Bay. The bay has the second lowest tide in North America.  An evening cruise on the Sea of Cortez with drinks and nachos. Fishing trips and golfing may be arranged. All tours are conducted by Art Sloane, an Arizona tour guide who relates the history and geography of the area passed through.  Deposits are now being taken for future trips which will benefit three veterans charities, the Carl T. Hayden VA Hospital, Arizona Veterans Home and two homeless veterans facilities  The order reservations are received is the order persons board the bus.  Cost of the tour is $265 based on double occupancy. Information Art or Viv Sloane (480) 802-6810

Arthur G. Sloane (480) 802-6810 artgbeard@aol.com

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