Monthly Archives: July 2010

My birthday gift!

It was 6 years ago when my future husband called me on this day and announce to me that he reserved a domain for me as a birthday gift. It was called http://www.eurekatravel.net. He told me he could not reserve … Continue reading

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TSA new requirements

Transportation Security Administration (TSA)’s Secure Flight program will require that an air reservation has the following information: Passenger’s full name as it appears on their ID, date of birth, and gender. In order to apply payment and proceed with ticketing, … Continue reading

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EMAIL WORKING!

Hi everybody! just to let you  know that our emails are working normally. Thanks for your understanting! Analia

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Emails and new webpage EUREKA TRAVEL

FYI: we are having some technical problems with our email address while we upload our new webpage! Please contact us temporarily at anarupar@hotmail.com or by phone at 818-841-8624 until further notice. We are working on solving this issue asap. Thanks … Continue reading

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Eureka Travel is now IATAN accredited!

We are very excited to announce that as of  beginning of July 2010 Eureka Travel has been accredited by IATAN (International Airlines Travel Agent Network) which is a department of IATA (International Air Transport Association)  and has been servicing all … Continue reading

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In search of Piranhas and a perfect Caipirinha.

Well, it’s that time again. In few weeks we’ll say good-bye to our co-workers, pack our backpacks and head south of the Equator. It has been almost a year since our last trip South America in October 2009 and we … Continue reading

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A cry for Argentina

Well, the 19th FIFA World Cup in South Africa is over and we have a new champion, Spain. The tournament turned out to be a great spectacle of surprise early exits, the fall of the Titans and plenty of underdogs … Continue reading

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