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5 Tips For Single Travelers

Guest Post – Karen: Personally I see more of a fun factor to traveling the world alone as I find you really get to enjoy the freedom. As a single traveler, you decide the location, where you stay, luggage, route, places of interests and can arrange for the finance accordingly. You don’t face the trouble of [...]

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Travel Underwear – The SEXY Pair!?

Travel Underwear Review – The SEXY Pair!? Next year ExOfficio is launching a whole new collection called Lacy, and they sent me a free pair to test. ExOfficio has listened to their customers’ feed back about the not so sexy travel underwear style, and this new collection claims to be the sexy travel underwear style. This sounded [...]

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Travel Towel Reviews – Best Travel Towel – Which To Buy?

Travel Towels are among the most bulky items to pack when traveling around the world, they take up too much space and take forever to dry. So ever since I bought my first travel towel it’s been much easier. So what is the Best Travel Towel? The major difference you will find from a normal [...]

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Picasa vs Flickr – Which Is The Travel Bloggers Choice?

How do you decide where to store and share your photos? There are literally hundreds of websites to choose between, and at a first glance they all look the same. Picasa Web Albums and Flickr are the two dominating sites – also run by Yahoo! and Google respectively – used to upload…

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Backpacking Food Recipe – Quick and Tasty Couscous Salad

For me one of the most versatile foods ever is probably couscous, you can eat it with practically anything. What makes it such a great backpacking food is the fact it’s super quick, easy and cheap. A box of couscous lasts for a long time (for one person you only need half a cup of [...]

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To Celebrate Us Posting 200 Articles, You Can Win A $100 Travel Voucher!

WOW – we have just realized that this is our 200th post on As We Travel – which means we have posted around 140,000 words, in the last 8 months. I am so proud of Sofia – She is from Sweden, so English isn’t her first language. So, when going back over our travel articles from the [...]

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How To Travel With A Laptop, And Keep It Working

Having a laptop while traveling can be such a great asset – you can connect with your friends, upload pictures, save money by booking flights and hostels online etc. But when traveling around the world, by nature you are forced to put your laptop through so many challenges that it can be really hard to [...]

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Cheapest Days To Fly – How To Find Them

Cheapest days to fly - so you want to learn which the cheapest days to fly are? For those who are new this, I’ll just clarify, yes, the price of your ticket has a lot to do with which day you fly.. People complain about how expensive traveling has become and how the airfare prices are [...]

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An Idiot Abroad – NEW Travel Show On Sky1 With Ricky Gervais

I’ve been waiting for this show to come out for weeks now, and finally it’s here, the funniest travel tv show ever – An idiot abroad – (you can watch the trailer below) Ricky Gervais is one of my favorite comedians (although nobody beats Mr Ross Noble), and knowing that he would produce a travel [...]

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4 Of The Most Dangerous & Crazy Roads Around The World

Traveling equals a lot of time spent using different kinds of transport. In New Zealand we spent 60 hours traveling around on buses. The roads were pretty winding, but they were nothing compared to these ones – and I must admit that it’s a mixture of horror and enthusiasm as I share these places with [...]

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