Posts Tagged‘travel tips’

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The Following is a Guest Post from Emily Buchanan. It’s a well-known fact that when you’ve been travelling on a sweaty chicken bus for 12 hours straight, you’re going to be more susceptible to scams. Even if you’re…

While continental Spain has plenty of nice places to visit to keep you busy for a few months, there are some cool Spanish areas that you can’t exactly drive to from Madrid Airport. Check out…

It was only a matter of time before I decided to put pen-is to paper and bust this post out, and I figured I best do it now while I’m still single and can get…

When traveling, some like to say goodbye to communication with the outside world and get back in touch with the human element, while others (like myself and fellow flashpackers) unfortunately can’t disconnect completely for fear…

So after spending a few days with my family for a cousin’s Bat Mitzvah out in the burbs of Chicago (I really am not as religious, ((or at all for that matter)) as I make…

While flying’s lost its glamour, and driving never had it anyway, the good old-fashioned train trip still carries a thrill of romance and possibility. Below, are the 5 most spectacular rail rides you can take around…

The following is a guest post from fellow travel addict Ava Apollo of Be My Travel Muse. A lot of places can be described as the perfect meeting of East and West, but in few…

I refuse to pay full price for things.  Yea I know I’m Jewish, but this has nothing to do with my that. From clothes to traveling, I feel with a little research, you can save…

nightlife in Kuta

The following is a guest post from Dan Cretes, a South East Asia frequenter. As a travel blogger, writing about the worst place you’ve ever been is not something you’re asked to do a lot.…

If you remember, I wrote a post about how timeshares are a horrible investment (which you should know because you read everything I write), but what I didn’t do was provide a solution for those…

The Eiffel tower illuminated and seen from below

The Photo of the Week is complements of Guillaume Le Roux of Le Vrai Paris Tours. Paris is one of those cities that holds the hearts of almost all who get the opportunity to visit…

Guest Post From Jenna Hall If you’re a travel enthusiast, it’s hard to avoid scratching the the ‘travel itch’-and I am not talking about the rash you got on your last overseas adventure. It’s the…

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