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Keeping your Home Safe While You’re Abroad

Keeping your Home Safe While You’re Abroad If you’re leaving your home empty while you travel, you’re running the risk of something happening to it. Whether it’s a burglary or a burst pipe, the best way to ruin an amazing journey is to come home to devastation in your home. However there are ways that […]

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The Pros and Cons of Driving Versus Flying

The Pros and Cons of Driving Versus Flying

If you’re umming and ahhing over whether you should drive to your holiday destination (and make a on the road trip of it!) or fly, we’ve assembled a list of pros and cons of Driving Versus Flying to help you make your decision. Driving Versus Flying Pro: you’re in charge. By and large, people enjoy their holidays […]

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Travel Etiquette Tips for Travel Hostel Newbies

Travel Etiquette Tips for Travel Hostel Newbies

A hostel is a great choice for the budget-conscious traveler or for those who want a sense of camaraderie with their lodging choice. Most hostels are conveniently located and are staffed by friendly, knowledgeable locals. However, hostels can have a few drawbacks. For instance, a hostel is not a good choice for the person who […]

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Five Common Road Trip Planning Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

Five Common Road Trip Planning Mistakes (And How to Avoid Them)

Are you planning to hit the road this holiday season? Don’t fall prey to the following mistakes, which could derail your trip. Although part of the fun of a road trip is the spontaneity and freedom it provides, a bit of advance planning can help prevent you straying off budget or ending up with a broken […]

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How to Settle Back into a Routine After Traveling

How to Settle Back into a Routine After Traveling

There’s no place like home, especially when you’ve been away for a while. Traveling can take a lot out of you, so when you get home you’ll more than likely feel the “travel blues”, a little out of place, like you don’t fit in. Missing is a big part of this process, you’ll miss your […]

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