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Suki Tranqille2 years ago
Relocating to Paradise
Relocating to another country to live in paradise is a reality for many people. Some leave behind the snow storms that paralyze the North Eastern United States while others are looking for a leisurely lifestyle at a much lesser price. However, paradise does not come without effort. As with my post about some of the challenges specific to traveling, this post is about some of the pitfalls you want to avoid if you are thinking about relocating. Generally speaking, this is not for someone whose job...
How to Find the Best Budget Travel Deals
To some, travel may appear to be an expensive excursion, the sort of thing that rich people do when they grow bored of monotony, but the simple truth is that budget travel deals are happening all the ...
Gareth Johnson2 years ago
Planning Your Expedition to Perth, Australia
If you’re planning a visit to Australia then there is a lot to think about — a lot of different places across this vast continent all competing for your attention, all with different selling points. I...
Suki Tranqille2 years ago
Crossing the Panamanian Border - Part 3
So the journey continues...by now you know from reading Journey to San Vito Part 1 and Part 2, that very little went according to plan. At this point we are on a bus from Rio Sereno to Paso Canoas, an...
Ben W2 years ago
The Thrills of Skydiving
The airplane starts to whirl its engines and ascend slowly up into the atmosphere. I’m as calm as a Hindu cow trying to remain unaware of what I’m about to do. My instructor who is tied at the hip str...
Suki Tranqille2 years ago
Crossing the Panamanian Border - Part 2
If you've read Crossing the Panamanian Border - Part 1, you know what the plan was. If you haven't read it yet, you can find it here. Below, I am going to share with you how much of our plan we were able to execute. The day we traveled started well enough. The taxi driver arrived to pick us up 7:30 AM as requested. I was a little put off by the cost of $25 to the bus station given that it was only a 20 minute trip for us, however, since I don’t take cabs usually, I can’t say it was expensive, ju...