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10 Tips for Making Your Summer Holiday Affordable.

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Although things appear to be turning the corner economy-wise, most of us still have to plan our summer holiday on a tight budget. Whether we holiday in Europe, North America, Asia, or further afield, the more flexible we can be with our arrangements, the more we can save.

 Booking Early: 

Early booking, 10 or 11 […]

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Preparing for a trip around Southeast Asia

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With the winter weather getting a lot of us down, many people are looking forward to their summer holiday. If you’re sick of the bog-standard hotel chain full of lager louts and cheesy entertainment, it’s time you spread your wings and headed further afield. Yes, it’s time to wave bye-bye to the package holiday, and […]

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Hitting the Adventure Trail in Turkey

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Smoking a shisha pipe in Istanbul and lying on a beach towel in the sun are just why reasons why choose Turkey as an holiday destination. There’s much more to the country than this especially if you’re an adventurer, natural athlete or aspiring fitness fanatic. And if you aren’t, you’re missing out! What to Pack […]

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Charming Crete: History, Hiking and Hammocks…

Greece’s largest island, Crete boasts a fascinating history, as well as diverse landscapes. It’s no wonder then that the destination is so popular among discerning tourists. While on the island, you can explore ancient ruins, trek over undulating terrain and soak up the sun on Crete’s beaches. Although Crete attracts nearly a quarter of all […]

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Tis the Season — Springtime Fun in New York

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In the summer, scores of New York residents escape the oppressive city heat to more rural retreats but when autumn rolls around, beautiful fall foliage starts to appear in Central Park. Then the whole city embraces wintertime, with attractions like the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty looking picture perfect. But following on […]

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How to have “a Lat” of fun in Latvia (and Estonia, for that matter)

After a short day in Copenhagen, we made it to sunny Riga, Latvia!  After waking up at our very reasonably priced and comfortable hostel, we headed for the medieval streets of Old Town. We spent the morning ambling through cobblestone streets snapping shots of the 17th century architecture and crumbling buildings.  Many of the buildings […]

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What Americans Need to Know To Save Money on European Travel

What Americans Need to Know To Save Money on European Travel

Let’s say you’ve got your dream job in London. You’re an official expat and all of Europe is at your doorstop. What might you need to know about how to save money on your travel planning? Here are some things that UK natives know that can trip up Americans. 1. That giant carryon bag ain’t […]

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Travel Trepidation: Fear and Loathing of New Places

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The US State Department reports that less than 10 percent of Americans travel abroad each year.  Of that small percentage, most visit Mexico, Canada, or the Caribbean.  Generally speaking, Americans just don’t travel internationally.  Let us examine the root of this phenomenon: Fear. Fear of Headlines We are told the world is a dangerous place.  […]

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