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Traveling With Kids Without Electronics!

Are We There Yet? Traveling With Kids Without Electronics!

Most travel lovers started traveling early with the family, from road trips to visiting new and different countries. Back in the old days, we had no iPads or fancy electronics other than a Walkman and a couple of old tapes. Entertainment came in the form of cards, Boggle, Battleship and tic-tac-toe. Kids now-a-days, it’s so easy […]

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Full-Time Traveling - RV Style

Full-Time Traveling – RV Style

Full-Time Traveling, RV Style Do you ever dream about traveling full-time? Getting a job you can do from the road and then never getting off it? Then maybe it’s time to join the legions of people living in RVs and seeing the world. We’ve already written about the benefits of leisurely driving over stressful air travel, and full-time […]

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Top Ten Travel Photography Tips

Travel Photography Tips 1. You Can Never Take Enough Pictures The first travel photography tips is ~ It’s always disappointing to discover that what you thought was a perfect shot is blurry, over or under-exposed, or shows someone blinking. For every great photo, there are plenty of not-so-great photos — improve your chances by taking […]

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8 Easily Forgotten Travel Preparations

8 Easily Forgotten Travel Preparations

With any trip, there comes a number of things that need to be sorted and organized before you go away. But if you’re travelling abroad for an extended period of time, there are some really important things that you must not forget to sort before jetting off on your travels – and yet it’s these […]

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How To Make a Claim On Your Travel Insurance

How To Make a Claim On Your Travel Insurance

The most common mistakes people make when choosing travel insurance is not to read through the terms and conditions and find out exactly what it covers – I’ve seen sport insurances that only cover the equipment when it’s not being used, which makes the insurance basically useless. Some travel insurance companies are very elusive in describing […]

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First Time Backpackers

Safety Tips For First Time Backpackers is Important to Stay Safe

Whether you’re spending your summer holidays inter-railing around Europe, your gap year volunteering in South East Asia or you’ve taken a year off work for a round-the-world trip, it’s important to stay safe whilst travelling For First Time Backpackers. Here are 5 safety tips for first time backpackers … Don’t Flash Your Cash. Although most places […]

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