Travel Tips

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Spot-on Techniques for Traveling with Kids

August 5, 2017

The first image that comes to mind for most people who are contemplating traveling with kids is one of a tired and frustrated parent trying to keep rowdy kids in check at an airport lounge, or hushing noisy kids aboard an airplane while getting disapproving looks from fellow passengers. But traveling with kids can be […]

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11 Hiking Tips for Solo Female Backpackers

February 13, 2017

Traveling around the world alone as a female hiker may be seen as dangerous, risky and daunting but it doesn’t have to be. This article will focus on hiking tips for the solo female backpackers that will help them reduce the potential risks that may take place while hiking. This article also includes tips on […]

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Top 4 Things That Luxury Travellers Seek

September 18, 2016

Affluent travelers from around the world have been relentless in chasing luxury. Once they taste luxury, nothing else can appeal to them no matter how unique it may be. Now, the question that comes to the mind is what luxury really is. Is it something related to the price, quality, both, or something else? According […]

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5 Hints for Finding A Kid-Friendly Hotel

September 9, 2016

Every decision needs deep consideration, especially when it’s about a bunch of people you care for the most (read: family). If you plan to have a great family holiday with your kids, one of the best ways is taking them on a trip. Spending the quality time with family, visiting new places and doing fun yet […]

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Tips for Traveling with Teens

April 15, 2016

Traveling as a family is one of the most rewarding experiences that you can have. It provides quality time where you can bond with your children and create everlasting memories. As your children get older it can become even more important as you enjoy the last few years of traveling as a family before you […]

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Fun Staycation Ideas for Everyone

April 15, 2016

With current trends in the world economy, not to mention serious threats from terrorist groups, people all over the globe are now thinking twice about traveling abroad. Or perhaps some have very busy careers and would only have one or two weeks to spare at a time for R and R. As a result, hordes […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Using Your Phone Abroad

October 9, 2015

Do you feel the urge to check your smartphone at least a couple of times an hour? Don’t worry. You’re not alone in this regard. Research shows that 37 percent of United States citizens are the same way. The entire country loves staying connected to the internet no matter where they go. There’s a downside […]

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Solo Backpacking Safety Guide for Rookies

August 29, 2015

Travelling alone for the first time can be daunting. A thousand questions can go through your mind before the day you set off. Will it be weird to eat in a foreign restaurant alone? Who will I meet where I’m staying? And so many more. One of the top questions for solo travellers is: how […]

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Winter Camping Necessities – 5 Things You Can’t Forget

July 23, 2015

Venturing off the beaten track and camping during the winter months can be challenging; however, with the right equipment and a keen sense of adventure, you’ll hardly notice that drop in temperature! Here are five of the items that will keep you toasty warm during your trip. Warm clothing First things first. You need to […]

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Common Driving Mistakes Expats Make In Australia

July 17, 2015

Driving in a foreign country means adhering to the specific road rules of that jurisdiction. When expats land in Australia, often one of the first things they do is hire a car, but whether in Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane, there are some major differences between driving in Australia and other western nations. These tips will […]

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