travel advice

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  • Suki Tranqille
    Published 3 years ago
    Relocating to Paradise

    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 relocates them and offers full relocation services that include assistance with finding a home.
  • Anthony Gramuglia
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Find the Best Budget Travel Deals

    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 time. Of course, when you think of cheap travel, there is that fear that you are buying a ticket for a rickety plane that will collapse over the Atlantic, or renting out a room that may in fact be the front for some murder club a'la Hostel.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Planning Your Expedition to Perth, Australia

    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.
  • Suki Tranqille
    Published 3 years ago
    Crossing the Panamanian Border - Part 3

    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 unexpected detour after being turned away at the Rio Sereno border. This part 3 concludes our journey.
  • Suki Tranqille
    Published 3 years ago
    Crossing the Panamanian Border - Part 2

    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.
  • Skunk Uzeki
    Published 3 years ago
    Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things

    Why You Should Spend Your Money On Experiences, Not Things

    Everyone has heard of the tale of old Ebenezer Scrooge—a man who had all the money he could count, but never actually left his office long enough to enjoy it. Though Scrooge himself never existed, his fictional plight is one that is increasingly common in today's society.
  • Natasha Sydor
    Published 3 years ago
    Why I Only Travel Solo And You Should Too

    Why I Only Travel Solo And You Should Too

    "A stranger sees us the way we are, not as he wishes to think we are." —Shadow of the Wind
  • Scott Snowden
    Published 3 years ago
    Hong Kong: An Exercise In Controlled Chaos

    Hong Kong: An Exercise In Controlled Chaos

    Despite the fact that Hong Kong is a modern metropolis and one of the financial epicentres of the world, strong local traditions are still not lost among the infinite cultural crossovers. Aromatic scents and even the smell of oriental food hang in the air, enveloping you almost everywhere you go. Along the streets an infinite number of neon signs flash in both English and Chinese, huge TV screens hang from the walls of buildings, adding to a overwhelming sensory overload of flashing lights as a barrage of voices, music and background noise envelops its visitors.
  • Mackenzie Lu
    Published 3 years ago
    How to Stay in Shape While Traveling

    How to Stay in Shape While Traveling

    Staying in shape while traveling became my jam on two epic road trips I took recently. When my kids became teenagers life got a little, well, complicated. We’d been through the normal ups and downs as well as some not-so-normal ups and downs. After celebrating my daughter’s graduation from university she said, “Mom, you never took that road trip. Wanna go now?” We Thelma-and-Louised everything into our Prius.
  • Yvette Cordova
    Published 3 years ago
    The Sky's the Limit at Skyspace LA

    The Sky's the Limit at Skyspace LA

    The Sky’s the limit in Los Angeles and thanks to OUE Skyspace LA, they’re giving Angelinos a bird’s eye view of the City of Dreams. This is OUE’s first attraction in Los Angeles and opened its doors on June 25, 2016—Its 1 year Anniversary is approaching in a couple of months, and what better way to celebrate?
  • Scott Snowden
    Published 3 years ago
    Abu Dhabi: Desert Rose or Just Dust and Rocks?

    Abu Dhabi: Desert Rose or Just Dust and Rocks?

    Fifty years ago, Abu Dhabi was not much more than empty desert punctuated only by the occasional palm tree. Bedouin tribes still roamed, sustaining themselves by harvesting dates, pearls and fish. Then oil was discovered and everything changed. Ten years later, the United Arab Emirates was born, forged from seven territories – called emirates – including Abu Dhabi and Dubai.
  • Scott Snowden
    Published 3 years ago
    Skiing the Slopes of Val d’Isère