Global Exchange Vacation Club Shares How RCI Points Can Work For You

Reposted By: Global Exchange Vacation ClubBuying a Timeshare - RCI Points vs RCI Weeks Author: shinyumiSince RCI Points are the standard for timeshare vacations when it comes to the point system, lets take a look at points versus timeshare weeks. First, lets look at the primary benefit of timeshare points which is the flexibility. With points, you are not limited to a timeshare vacation in the same place every year and at the same time every year.RCI Weeks owners have their timeshare unit and week and that is where they will be each and every year, unless they decide to do an exchange to another resort. There is a lot to be said for knowing where you will be and not having to waste even an hour of your vacation time getting oriented every year. If your Weeks timeshare is the perfect spot … [Read more...]

Budget Vacation With Vacation Club

One of the very best ways to both build your saving discipline and enjoy a great vacation is to start a vacation club, and fund it on a regular basis. A vacation club can be a great way to save money throughout the year and can prevent your long awaited vacation from being a budget buster. Unfortunately, many people fail to take this approach, and as a result they end up paying for that one or two weeks of vacation through the entire rest of the year. It is far better to do the budgeting and planning ahead of time than to be stuck with a bunch of bills that need to be paid long after your vacation tan has faded. The first thing to do, of course, is to come up with a realistic budget for your next vacation. This step is not as easy as it sounds, since many of the … [Read more...]

The Cashen Course At Ballybunion Golf Club: Making A Great Golfing Vacation Spot Even Better

When Robert Trent Jones first set eyes on Irish terrain which would eventually become Cashen course at Kerry counties Ballybunion Golf Club, he remarked that he was looking at "perhaps the finest piece of links land in the world." Bounded on one side by the Atlantic and on the other by the River Cashen, the Cashen Course immerses its players in a golf experience which soars and dips as freely as the true on which it’s played. The Cashen Course at the Ballybunion Golf Club was designed and built to take full advantage of the natural contours of the Ballybunion terrain, including the looming sand dunes which rise, it seems, into the stratosphere from their bases at the mouth of the River Cashen.  With its many elevated greens, the Cashen Course at Ballybunion tests a golfer’s ability to fly … [Read more...]