International Home Exchange exceeds Luxury Travel Definitions

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A Luxurious Cultural Immersion
“In the Olives” of Andalucia
2009 International Home Exchange

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.

International Home Exchange is by far the best way to travel

Now even the luxury travel experts agree!  Here is just one expert opinion…

“Luxury travel today is defined less by thread count and Michelin stars and more by access to the people, places and experiences that represent all that is authentic about a destination. There’s no denying that comfort factors still apply and high standards of accommodation and dining will always feature on the luxury traveller’s wish list. However, today’s luxury traveller seeks more depth of understanding and immersion into local culture than ever before. People don’t just want to see – they want to participate. ” – George Morgan-Grenville, Chief Executive Officer, Red Savannah 

The fact is, nothing meets the new definition of luxury better than International Home Exchange.

See what nine more luxury travel experts have to say about what constitutes luxury in 2014.  http://www.aluxurytravelblog.com/2013/03/26/so-what-is-luxury-travel/

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About Kerry Ascione

Past business and IT professional turned travel writer, blogger, speaker and coach. Huge supporter of the Peer Sharing Movement, especially as it relates to making the lives of families richer in culture and travel. Author of Have Home Will Travel, The Ultimate International Home Exchange Guide for Families.
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