All posts by Expat Jason

How to Use Your Travel Experience to Write a Great College Paper

Hearing about something is not as good as living it. This is very true when it comes to places and adventures. When you travel to a place, you get the experience firsthand and learn about the small details therein. You live in every detail, the food, air, environment, and people around. This creatively triggers your […]

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How To Take The Perfect Road Trip With Your Kids

Spending quality time with your kids isn’t a luxury that working parents get often. So, when the opportunity presents itself, there’s no better way to make up for lost time than to travel. Getting out of town with your kids allows you to create memories, it exposes them to new things, and everyone gets to […]

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Why Travel Is Important For Education

“Real life lessons happen outside the class," Nabin Paudyal. This is a very true statement. You see, teachers and books limit you to the classroom. You don’t get to live and experience things on your own. Travelling is an exposure, you see and live what you have been hearing. When students are travelling, they get […]

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5 Most Luxurious Airports In The World

  If you ask someone to name associations related to an air trip, most of the people will forget about mentioning the major venue of this activity. No, it is not an aircraft but an airport. This spot is both a beginning and end of your trip. Nevertheless, it does not obtain a due attention […]

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34 Best Traditional Foods To Eat In Japan (For Tourists)

34 Traditional Foods to Taste in Japan Cuisine is central to any culture, and Japan is no exception to this rule. The ingredients and preparations of Japanese food are dynamic and delicious, but most importantly, they tell the story of a culture. Every aspect of every dish conveys the story of Japan’s geography, climate, history, […]

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How to plan a solo backpacking trip anywhere in the world

A lot of people want to travel the world one day. Few actually do. If you’ve decided you want to embark on the trip of a lifetime, and you’ve found yourself doing it alone, either out of choice or necessity, don’t let the lack of company put you off.   A huge number of backpackers […]

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Cold Weather Hiking Tips For Hiking In Winter

Cold Weather Hiking Hacks to Get You Through Winter Surviving winter alone is a tough act. And surviving a hike in winter is a whole new story. I survived my very first hike in winter and lived to tell the tale. Before my hike, I read a lot of hacks, tried them myself, and even […]

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How To Save Money On Food When Traveling Abroad

Stepping out of the airport for the first time in a new country is an exciting feeling. You’ve been thinking about this trip for a while, and you have a ton of expectations. But in my opinion there is no point going halfway around the world just to do things the same way you do […]

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Best Family Travel Bags That Make Sense!

Best Travel Bag Ideas When You are Traveling With Your kids It’s family vacation time, and you’ve thought of everything you need for your upcoming trip on a plane. Boarding passes are printed, your bags are packed with all of the essentials, your tablet is loaded with games and videos for entertainment during the flight, […]

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Morrocco Points Of Interests (What To Do In Morocco)

  Morocco is undoubtedly a mix of languages, religions, cultures, modern sensibilities and ancient traditions. The country conjures up images of tagine and mint tea, pungent spice stalls and labyrinthine medinas as well as minarets and date plantations. That explains why notable figures such as Winston Churchill, Jack Kerouac, and Jimi Hendrix were drawn to […]

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