PRINCE Harry and his new wife Meghan Markle are jetting off to glitzy LA to help Hollywood's homeless. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have planned the trip to raise awareness for charities and other causes in Meghan's home town, sources have said. When she was just 13 former actress Meghan toiled in a soup kitchen on Skid Row, the infamous run-down zone in downtown Los Angeles. Now she will return with hubby Harry to help shine a light on the plight of rough sleepers. The newlyweds will also champion LGBT causes during their stay. “Harry and Meghan are coming here for sure very soon. There is nothing announced yet but it will be in the near future," an LA source told the Mirror. They plan to be very hands-on with their charitable work and mission to make life better for those less fortunate.” Royal Family appear to struggle keeping a straight face during the sermon by Bishop Michael Curry at Harry and Meghan's wedding British Consul General Michael Howells, hosting a Royal … [Read more...] about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to shun Hollywood glamour on trip to LA as they plan to help the city’s poor
Mission trip for honeymoon
PUBLISHED: 10:20 27 March 2019 | UPDATED: 10:24 27 March 2019 A newlywed couple from March will be spending their honeymoon trekking one of the world’s most famous hikes in South America. Joanne Anderson-Wenn, 34, and Paul Wenn, 46, are pictured. Picture: FAMILY. Archant A newlywed couple from March will be spending their honeymoon trekking one of the world’s most famous hikes in South America. A newlywed couple from March will be spending their honeymoon trekking one of the world’s most famous hikes in South America. The couple got married on September 8 2017 at The Missing Sock in Stow-cum-Quy. Picture: FAMILY.The pair decided that they wanted to avoid the usual beach holidays and instead try something daring in the name of charity.Joanne Anderson-Wenn, 34, and Paul Wenn, 46, will be taking on the trek to Machu Picchu on the ancient Inca highway in Peru to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.It comes as both Joanne and Paul have grandparents who have … [Read more...] about Can you help sponsor March couple for their honeymoon charity trek?
Often, you will want to take a single, short trip and need travel insurance. Buying long term is not necessary and will often cost more, so you may find that purchasing single trip insurance is a better option.In general, annual trip insurance, while it covers more than one vacation or business trip, covers just the basics. With a single trip insurance policy, you can easily set up your own specifications, depending on the provider. Various options are provided and you can mix and match them quite easily with a single insurance policy.The ideal candidates for single trip insurance are elderly couples heading out on a cruise, the honeymoon couple taking a break from their jobs to celebrate their union in Hawaii and teens doing a missions trip in Africa, just to name a few. Basically, if you know this is going to be a once in a blue moon thing, leaving the country, you will want to make sure that you only purchase insurance for one trip. This saves you cash that you can easily spend … [Read more...] about The Benefits of Single Trip Travel Insurance
Go ahead, park the kids with grandma, grab your spouse and take off for a second honeymoon. Here are ten tips about what you can do to make your trip come out just the way you had hoped. Most of it centers around your hotel room where, it is hoped, you will spend a good bit of your time.If you choose Las Vegas as your destination, be cautious about your plans, especially if one of you loves to gamble -- or drink, or dance, or whatever -- and the other one does not. The idea is not to tire yourself and your partner with lots of activities and outings. Save your energy. Focus on who is most important. Don't let the glitter of the shows and casinos distract you from your romantic mission.Here are ten nice touches to enhance your experience:1. Flowers. Call the concierge from your home and order flowers and champagne for the room when you arrive. Pack a couple of nice champagne glasses, just in case you decide to start buying a lot of champagne after you arrive.2. Music. Pack some good … [Read more...] about Second Honeymoon? Add Romance to Your Hotel Stay
That’s some road trip that’s been mapped out by the three drunken travelers now bending an elbow at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater. (I mean the ones onstage.) In “Anything That Gives Off Light,” a wide-ranging work of stand-up musical theater from the Brooklyn-based troupe the TEAM and the National Theater of Scotland, two Scots and an American meet in a London bar. The Scots are Brian (Reuben Joseph) and Iain (Martin Donaghy), and, in happier times, they were the best of friends. They call the American woman (Jessica Almasy) Red because she never says what her real name is (or if she does, I didn’t catch it) but has ordered a “red daiquiri.” Red, who comes from the mountains of West Virginia, is on what she describes as a second honeymoon, but without her husband. Iain has arrived from Scotland bearing the ashes of Brian’s recently deceased granny, a firebrand who used to take the young’uns on protest marches. Brian, who … [Read more...] about Review: A Road Trip Crosses Centuries in ‘Anything That Gives Off Light’