Things to Do in Anaheim

Things to Do in Anaheim – Besides Disneyland

When planning a trip to Anaheim, Disneyland has become the first spot for any tourist. It is, after all, the happiest place on earth! While that famed amusement park can easily take a day or 2 (or more!) to fully explore, there are other places in this area that can make your trip even more […]

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Ultimate Video Camera For Travelers

The Ultimate Video Camera For Travelers

A must-have for every serious traveler is a good action camera. Since you will be on the road, the most important things you should consider when choosing the ultimate video camera for travelers, are the following: portability, image quality, and ease of use. You want a video camera that’s not going to weigh you down, and […]

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Simple Ways To Avoid Jetlag Without Drugs

Simple Ways To Avoid Jetlag Without Drugs

Jetlag is a problem that a lot of travelers have to deal with when crossing multiple time zones—it disrupts the natural circadian rhythm and messes up the natural sleeping and eating schedules. Common issues one experiences when having jetlag is sleepiness and lethargy during the day, irritability, fatigue, indigestion and constipation, loss of focus and […]

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Barcelona vs. Madrid

Barcelona vs. Madrid – Which Do You Prefer?

Spain is an amazing country that has a lot to be proud of in terms of incredible things to do, remarkable places to revel in, and a rich culture to soak up. Travelers who want to venture to the beautiful land of Spain are usually confronted by a dilemma of which city to visit between […]

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Travel Pillow the J Pillow

Travel Pillow Reviews of the Best Pillows for Comfort

A travel pillow is essential whether you’re traveling by rail, air or car as it will make the trip more comfortable. The right pillow isn’t just comfortable however, as it must also be easy to transport and can be used in tight spaces and unusual positions. There are a lot of these available on Amazon […]

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Skiing In Garmisch

Skiing In Garmisch-Partenkirchen Germany VIDEO

Earlier this year, we spent 3 months living in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, where we went skiing every single day. It was an amazing place and the perfect location to build up our new project. We know this is probably a strange time to be posting articles about winter, but in the scorching summer heat we think of this […]

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Tips for Smart Travelers to Travel Better

8 Tips for Smart Travelers to Travel Better

Whether you’re traveling for work or play, or whether you’re a newbie traveler or a seasoned pro, everyone could use a few travel tips. Sometimes we pack too much. Other times we don’t pack correctly for the weather. Maybe you forgot your phone charger or didn’t pack enough reading material for times off-line. Sometimes it […]

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Basics Of Light and Easy Backpacking

Basics Of Light and Easy Backpacking

Whether you’re backpacking, taking a road trip, or staying in hotels — be it a long journey or a short one — from my experience of traveling over the years, the best advice I can give is be prepared, but travel *light*! You’ll be surprised as to how little you actually *need* when traveling.  I did […]

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Travel Interview WWOOFing in New Zealand

WWOOFing is a popular way to travel the world for free accommodation and food. If you haven’t heard about this before, I highly recommend checking out the website – WWOOFing = Willing Working On Organic Farms and sounds like a great idea, but we wanted to know about this thing from someone who had actually […]

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Our New Zealand Trip and Dolphin Watching In Akaroa

During our New Zealand Trip, the weather had been unsteady during the week, but when I woke up that morning the weather was incredible, blue skies and sunny – ‘Let’s go NOW!’ I said as I eagerly shook Nathan to wake up – we were off to Akaroa. 20 minutes later the bus tickets were booked […]

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