Chapter 1: When Living Well Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

Luxury Travel That Pays for Itself

When it comes to getting the very best when you travel, it’s not what you can pay for, but rather who you know that really matters…
Money can pay for a five-star hotel room, a nice meal, a trip to the opera…

But for the kinds of experiences money can’t buy – a private after-hours museum tour, dining like royalty in a medieval castle – your personal connections are everything…

Let me give you an example: A few years ago, I invited some family to meet me in Granada, a mythical city tucked in the Sierra Nevada mountains of southeastern Spain. We stayed in a historic house in the heart of the Albaycín, the oldest neighborhood in the city, overflowing with culture and history.

Two of the house’s balconies had unobstructed views of the Alhambra, the majestic fortress-palace built by the Moors in the Middle Ages. When you opened the windows, you were greeted by a warm, gentle breeze and the otherworldly twang of flamenco guitars playing faintly in the distance…

This is not the kind of place where just anyone can stay. Some friends of mine are descendants of Spanish nobility, and the house has stayed in their family for centuries. When I told them I wanted to show my family the very best of Granada, easily one of my favorite places in the world, they insisted that we stay at their historic home.

I was floored. I graciously accepted as I knew it wouldn’t get better than that. But that’s not the only way my personal connections made for a priceless and unforgettable long weekend…

We were invited to a private after-hours tour of the Alhambra to see the beautifully preserved Moorish-designed fortress, the Renaissance rotunda and the mazes of lush and immaculately maintained gardens that surround it.

In the afternoon, we ate at one of the highest-rated restaurants in all of southern Spain. But we weren’t treated like ordinary patrons there…

Again, thanks to some close friends of mine, we were invited to dine on the restaurant’s roof terrace. I would be lying if I said this was the first time anyone’s eaten there, but normally it’s closed off for celebrities and royalty who visit Granada.

We indulged in dozens of tapas of every variety and the finest Spanish wine from La Rioja… all the while taking in the most stunning views of Granada, the Alhambra and the Sierra Nevada… with some of my favorite people in the world.

I could have died happy in that moment.

I’m telling you this because the way I travel and the way the Oxford Voyager Club travels is not all that different.

What’s more, the fortunate few who go on these exclusive and luxurious trips often say that the trips pay for themselves. And I don’t mean that in a “chicken soup for the soul” kind of way. (Although if you ask me, a trip like the one I’ve just described really is priceless.)

When you travel with the Oxford Club, you’re rubbing elbows with some of the most successful investors in the world. People with connections, people with creative ideas for growing and protecting their wealth…

You get access to strategies and opportunities that could end up paying for the trip many times over.

With the Oxford Voyager Club, you really can have it all…

Just something to think about the next time you’re seeking a priceless and unforgettable adventure.

Travel well,

Patrick Little

P.S. I’ve got a question for you…

When is the last time you really traveled well? Does the idea of being treated like royalty appeal to you? How about learning financial insights from some of the top investing minds in the world?

What are you waiting for?

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