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5 Top Travel Issues and How to Avoid Them

Traveling should be fun and enjoyable but too often, situations arise and put a damper on your trip. This article will give you five of the top travel issues that you can avoid altogether with careful planning and advanced preparation. Planning carefully and preparing in advance are the key factors in traveling without the stress […]

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Travel Insurance – What You Need To Know

Do You Need Travel Insurance When Traveling to Canada from the US or Europe? Canada is one of the most beautiful countries in the world and traveling to The Great White North is one of the more memorable experiences you can have. This article tells you what kind of travel insurance and why you need […]

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3 Tips How To Learn a Foreign Language Fast

Learning a new language is a tough challenge while traveling, and it can easily get so overwhelming that you finally just give up. I don’t have a quick fix to learn a foreign language, there are no magic pills. I have traveled on business to many countries and being able to communicate, even at a […]

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Benefits of United Travel Credit Card to Enjoy Freer Lifestyle

Finding the time and extra money to travel when you want can be a real challenge nowadays, especially for busy mothers. However, it’s important for your mental health and well-being to get away every once in a while. Calculating your miles using online tools can help you enjoy more freedom if you use it strategically. […]

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What is Backpacking? And who is Someone called a ‘Backpacker’?

What Is Backpacking? In short, backpacking can be described as an independent, often international, low- budget way of travelling. Someone who  is called a ‘Backpacker’. Backpackers generally travel for a longer period of time than most other tourists, and they tend to travel in several different countries during their time away. The number of countries […]

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Travel Cheat Sheet for Europe

Europe is a great place to travel to and you will find this Travel Cheat Sheet for Europe very helpful. Covering amazing cities such in Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, London or Prague, this guide will inspire your travel ‘must-do’ list.  The architecture, the culture and the food are only a few things that makes it worthwhile exploring. […]

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Leaving it late: Benefits of Booking Last-Minute Holidays

With so much to think about when booking a holiday – flights, accommodation, car hire, passports, currency and so on – it often seems like a sensible idea (booking last-minute holidays), to get everything sorted out well in advance of the date when you’re planning to travel. While there is no doubt that being prepared has […]

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Making Your School Sports Tour an Unforgettable One

School sports tours can be really exciting for teams. However, without the right preparation and organisation, you can find yourself in a spot of misery or discomfort. It’s important to get your packing right – it can hugely influence how much you enjoy yourself on your trip. Making Your School Sports Tour an Unforgettable One […]

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Tips Before You Leave to Go Abroad on Your Adventure

Traveling to foreign lands is an adventure. It’s a wonderful way to broaden life experience, and sample a taste of what it’s like to live in distant places. It can also be a major strategic undertaking that’s rife with risks and pitfalls. In order to avoid these, keep these tips before you leave to go […]

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Family Budgeting for Travel

Planning a holiday or to go travel can be hard to do if you do not have a very large budget to spare. If you have a large family then planning something that you can reasonably afford that everyone will enjoy can be a tall order. Family Budgeting for Travel does not have to be stressful. […]

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