Star Achievers Trip

12 days of Christmas showed up early this year at Elusyf Global.

Tommy Hilfigar said, “The road to success is not easy to navigate, but with hard work, drive and passion it is possible to achieve the American Dream”. These words resonated with some of us this year. We began the year with a commitment to surpass our growth at multiple frontiers. One of it was etching our presence in the global arena starting with the United States of America.

The announcement of our first Elusyf Global Star Achiever Trip (SAT), a sponsored 12-day planned itinerary of exuberant entertainment, was received fervently. Since then, the efforts and growth of many had been focused on qualifying for SAT as a milestone in their advancement. The exceeding number of partners who achieved the criteria for SAT, presented a good start to inaugurating our cross-continent trip.

We turned many heads at Changi Airport as we fell in, battalion style, showing off our iconic t-shirt with the words: Vera Gioia Di Vivere. Our grins just grew wider when we were constantly asked if we were the largest multi-racial family to go on a holiday together. The fun began even before we crossed the oceans to reach San Francisco.

Despite the rumors of the 12-day itinerary we heard, most of us were unprepared for the magnitude of excitement this virgin experience would bring us. There were just so many visual treats but with a time ceiling, so we turned paparazzi on each other.

We blasted through bucket list items in a frenzy that 12 days.

  • That iconic movie scene when Magneto bent the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • A 7 wonder of the world, Grand Canyon.
  • The deafening drill of the helicopter’s rotors that keeps you quiet.
  • Knowing when to fold 'em in Vegas.
  • Baller in a limousine.
  • Dining at a Michelin Star restaurant.
  • Seeing stars at Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Universal Studios Hollywood studio tour.
  • Goofing off with Mickey at Disneyland, California.
  • Retail therapy that questions your sanity.

They say not all those who wander are lost. We wandered off into the clouds, watched the sunset and held each other close. Cherishing these memories is our right, but chasing the next horizon is our calling. And you do not just ignore the calling.


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