and travel trends, information about new travel products,
and travel resources to keep you one of the smart travelers.
Read our most recent travel newsletter below,
browse through past issues, and watch for a future issue coming soon!
Previous Issues of the "Changes In Latitude Travel Newsletter":
9-06 11-06 03-07 03-08 05-09 6-09 04-11 05-11
01-05 02-05 03-05 04-05 05-05 06-05 07-05 08-05 09-05 10-05 11/12-05
01-04 02-04 03-04 04-04 05-04 06-04 07-04 08-04 09-04 10-04 11/12-04
01-03 02-03 03-03 04-03 05-03 06-03 07-03 08-03 09-03 10-03 11-03 12-03
04-02 05-02 06-02 07-02 08-02 09-02 10-02 11-02 12-02
For Those With A Passion For Travel!
The summer travel season is in full swing, and Changes In Latitude is always ready to provide you with those last minute
necessitites or help you plan for a future trip. Stop by and share your vacation plans with us.
Don't forget gifts for Dads and Grads this month. We have the perfect gift solutions from laptop bags, luggage, clothing and accessories.
Check below for the June Traveler's Tuesdays schedule or visit our redesigned website at www.cil.com for updated information. Don't forget to test your travel knowledge in our "Where in the World Trivia Contest". Happy Reading and Happy Guessing!
Where In The World?
Can you guess these three countries pictured? Submit your answer, name and phone number to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Those with correct answers will be entered into a monthly drawing for a Changes In Latitude Travel
Store gift certificate.
Hint: Did you know that this is the year of the pig?
Name the top three countries to visit this year.
Last Month's Answer & Winner: Last month's answer the Buchart Gardens in Victoria, Canada. Congratulations to Dennis & Judyt Pelster for guessing correctly and winning the Changes In Latitude Travel Store gift certificate in May's drawing!
June Travel Program Schedule"Traveler's Tuesday" evenings begin at 7:00 pm each week. There will also be two shows in July on Wednesday nights before we break for the summer. The fall schedule is coming together! Be sure to check our Travel Programs page for a complete list of upcoming Changes in Latitude Events!
Tuesday, June 7th (7:00pm) - Trekking In Nepal
Join us for a celebration of Nepalese culture! The Himalayan Region has acquired an exotic reputation and allure with its dramatic wealth of spectacular geography and fascinating culture. While trekking is one of the main reasons people go to experience the mountains, a trip to this area can be much more. Tonight we'll learn about the unique, diverse cultures of Nepal, and tips for trekking in the Everest Region. Join Karma Sherpa as he shares his journey in Nepal.
Tuesday, June 14th (7:00pm) - Packing Light: Carry-On Packing for Care Free Travel
The most important advice anyone can give you about packing is to travel light! So join us in this fun and informative clinic to learn how to pack light, go carry-on, and avoid the extra fees that the airlines love to charge. Just remember that there are two kinds of luggage: carry-on and lost. Prizes and discounts tonight only, make this clinic even more worthwhile.
Tuesday, June 21st (7:00pm) - Magical Morocco: Medinas, Desert and a Beautiful Coast
Gail and Russell Dohrmann take you on a photographic journey through the kingdom of Morocco, photographing in ancient cities, its seacosts, and desert regions. The people of Morocco make this an exciting journey. Artisans, craftsman, and people in their daily lives provide the real magic of any visit to Morocco. The Dohrmann's are freelance photographers who specialize in travel, artistic and creative photography. They are the photographers for the best selling book Best Boulder Region Hiking Trails and more. Join them this evening as they share their journey to Morocco.
Tuesday, June 28th (7:00pm) - Mountains, Monasteries & Monsoon: A Drive In Old Tibet
A Boulder-Lhasa Sister City group led by CU Asian Art Professor Ronald Bernier visited parts of old Tibet in the summer of 1988. The delegation of four people included Marilyn and Michael Wertheimer. A bridge collapsed by monsoon rains made much of the country inaccessible. We were lucky to have one of Tibet's most knowledgeable guides, his scholarly reputation made it possible to visit many Tibetan treasures off limits to most tourists. Tsedior drove us on almost impossible roads to see spectacular mountains, glaciers and pristine lakes at elevations up to 17,000 feet. We crossed the raging Yarlong Tsangpo river in a small outbound motorboat (with a Chinese Spy) to witness the installation of a monastery's new abbot, and visited other historic monasteries not destroyed by the Chinese as well as the largest one, Ganden. Join us on this unusual adventure!
Wednesday, July 6th (7:00pm) - The Power Of Running Away (Book Signing & Lecture)
Cara Lopez Lee says, "The purpose of my life is not to get what I want. The purpose of my life is to become who I am." Join Cara as she shares her life altering adventures of living in Alaska for nine years and traveling solo around the world. Running away is underrated. Hear her inspirational talk on the freedom of spontaneous and unplanned travel.
Wednesday, July 13th (7:00pm) - Travel Tips For Packing & Traveling Light (Last Clinic for the summer)
Learn how to become a more organized and efficient traveler through advice from our in-house travel and packing light expert. Discover time and money saving tips that can help you zoom through airport security checks and avoid airlines' extra fees. Leave your heavy, overstuffed baggage at home and enjoy your trip even more. Travel right and pack light! Specials and prizes tonight only!
PRODUCT OF THE MONTH: STM Bags for iPads and Laptop Computers
These bags make great gifts for grads or dads!
These laptop bags and iPad protectors are designed to be comfortable,
with unsurpassed protection for your laptop, with a stylish point of view.
The Travel Goods Association listed STM bags as
the perfect solution for organized backpacks
and protection for computers and all your Apple products.
JUST FOR LAUGHS: Murphy's Laws of Travel for Frequent Flyers(1) No flight ever leaves on time unless you are running late and need the delay to make the flight.
(2) If you are running late for a flight, it will depart from the farthest gate within the terminal.
(3) If you arrive very early for a flight, it inevitably will be delayed.
(4) Flights never leave from gate #1 at any terminal in the world.
(5) If you must work on your flight, you will experience turbulence as soon as you touch pen to paper.
(6) If you are assigned a middle seat, you can determine who has the seats on the aisle and window
while you are still in the boarding area, by looking for the two largest passengers.
(7) Only passengers seated in window seats ever have to get up and go to the lavatory.
(8) The crying baby on board your flight is always seated next to you.
(9) The best looking man/woman on your flight is never seated next to you.
TRAVEL QUOTE"To my mind, the greatest reward and luxury of travel
is to be able to experience everyday things as if for the first time,
to be in a position in which almost nothing is so familiar it is taken for granted."
- Bill Bryson
Deals & Happenings at the Village: A new website with exciting offers, and event happenings at "The Village Shopping Mall" can be found at the new The Village web page.
Or, "like" their new facebook page at: The Village facebook page
Newsletter SubscriptionsIf you know anyone else who would like to receive our free monthly newsletter, please send an e-mail with “subscribe newsletter” in the subject box to email@example.com. To unsubscribe, just send an e-mail with “unsubscribe” in the subject box.