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by jk
1 month ago
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Dealing With The Culture Shock of Living in Asia

Many of us will feel an urge at some stage in our lives to uproot to another country. To leave what we are familiar with to go in search of a more fulfilling lifestyle. As we leave the West and try to set roots in Asia it is...

Travel & Places
by Adriaan Van Niekerk
2 months ago
Best Things to do in Iceland

Iceland is one of the undiscovered destinations in Europe. It is full of natural wonders and is a must go destination for anyone that appreciates a good view. Here is a list of things you can do when you visit the volcanic island. Credit: Pixabay Icelandic horses are bred...

Travel & Places
by Carolyn M. Fields
5 months ago
How to Plan a Getaway

Tips for planning your next getaway trip.

Travel & Places
by Carolyn M. Fields
5 months ago
It's the Little Things

Here are some tips for overcoming those irritating situations when traveling.

Travel & Places
by Julio Castro
8 months ago
The Largest Pool in the American Continent

If you want to visit the largest pool in the American Continent you will have to travel to San Alfonso del Mar in Algarrobo, Chile. This will be an experience like any you have experienced before. Chile is widely know for their lack of customer service and hostility towards visitors. Did I mention you will have to be careful while reserving your room there?

Travel & Places
by HLesley
11 months ago
Japan: Nature Calls

For women, a rarely discussed but vitally important aspect of international travel is answering the call of nature. This can offer fascinating cultural insights around the world, particularly in Japan.

Travel & Places
by Jane Winstead
1 year ago
Mark Twain's Story of the Calaveras County Jumping Frog Jubilee

This is the story of how Mark Twain came to write his renowned story, "The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County."

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Easy Ways to Save Money for Vacation

Vacations come in all shapes and sizes, and the great thing about planning one while on a budget is the ability to customize and plan a trip that fits into your personal financial situation.

Travel & Places
by javrsmith
1 year ago
August 21, 2017 Eclipse - Prepare for Traffic Jam Armageddon!

On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will be visible in the United States. While the event can be viewed in states from Oregon to South Carolina, local conditions will affect traffic. Very large jams are extremely likely. You can prepare in advance and lessen your traffic troubles. Here's how.

Travel & Places
by Rainy Kua
1 year ago
How to be a More Organized Traveler

Don't let a disorganized luggage ruin your vacation. Here are a few packing tips for travel.

Travel & Places
by Sudhir
1 year ago
Christian Tours to Israel: Top Ten Activities

You can explore the holy land and follow in the footsteps of those before you.

Travel & Places
by Brenda Anne
1 year ago
How to Travel on a Budget (tips & tricks)

Tips on how to stay on budget when you're travelling in all areas from Getting There, Accomodations, Entertainment, and What to Eat to save money!

Travel & Places
by Lyra Kua
1 year ago
How to Plan Your Trip to Japan

Here are some suggestions to planning your journey to Japan if you're traveling solo.

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Why You Need to Pack Humor When Traveling

If you've run into previous difficulties either before or during your trip and the stress ended up dominating your last vacation, you may be wondering how you can avoid this unwelcome stress. The answer is humor. Always pack humor when traveling.

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Vacation Rentals: 10 Reasons to Skip the Hotel

Many people automatically begin looking for hotel availability when making accommodations reservations for an annual family vacation. However, there are many benefits to staying at a vacation rental instead of a hotel, the first being it's like staying in a home away from home.

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
How to Avoid Taking Bed Bugs Home From Your Vacation

Taking precautionary actions to avoid bed bugs takes a bit of effort, it is worth going the extra steps in order to prevent bed bugs from following you home from vacation and taking up residence in your home.

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Tips for Traveling on Vacation with Friends

The key to avoiding any misunderstandings when traveling with friends is to give some thought to certain aspects of traveling before you head off on vacation. If you iron out the details ahead of time, this can help diminish the chances of any conflicts arising.

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
To Drive or Not to Drive? Pros and Cons of Road Trips

 As people plan a vacation or other trip, one of the big decisions will be how to travel. With airfare often being very high to most destinations (and train tickets often not too far behind in my experience), in many cases it is cheaper to drive. Due to these...

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
6 Tips for Road Trips With the Kids

Family trips on the road typically start off with lots of excitement and anticipation for the big adventure and things are great. Then as the hours go by, either the boredom sets in, passengers get uncomfortable, and then of course the inevitable, "I'm squished" or worse the "mom, dad, he/she's looking at me!" bickering.

Travel & Places
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Home After a Great Vacation? How to Get Back to Reality

Finally the big day arrives, but before you know it vacation is over. Easing back to reality after vacation can be difficult. With all the time and energy spent pulling your vacation together it probably seems unbelievable the trip is over so quickly. 

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