All posts by Expat Jason

9 Travel Essentials for Boomers

There are a ton of boxes you must check off before you travel miles away from home. The baby boomers of the world might need to bring and pack a tad more compared to the other generations. Some travel essentials need to be brought along with boomers to keep them organized, comfortable, and to ensure […]

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5 Great Places to Live in the UK (Outside London)

  The UK has so much to offer outside of it’s famous capital of London, and in recent years, many people have decided to flee the capital in favour of other popular cities up and down the British Isles. The country is beautiful and it offers a myriad of opportunities, and so no wonder you […]

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Best Ski Resorts Near Banff

While there are no ski slopes in the town of Banff itself, there are three outstanding options in the area and others a bit further away. The top picks for those who plan to stay in or close to Banff National Park offer a diverse array of terrain to suit all levels from beginners to […]

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Use the Royal Holiday Vacations Contact Number, To Book Your Next Summer Vacation

With its alluring culture, ancient ruins, fabulous beaches, mouthwatering cuisine, dynamic cities that have colonial architecture, Mexico is truly a marvel to see. The country is beautiful, exciting, diverse, and quite challenging. As a result, there is a lot on offer regardless of what tourists are looking for. Whether it is a week of partying, […]

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The Ultimate Packing List: 17 Must-Have Travel Items

You arrive on your dream vacation, lighthearted and ready to have the time of your life. You open up the curtains and step onto the balcony to breathe in the salty sea air. Excitedly, you turn back around, hurry to your bag and start looking through it – you can’t wait to dive straight into […]

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How to Stay in Touch With Those You Love When Traveling

Traveling the world is an amazing experience. You get to meet new people, learn about new cultures, and experience all the world has to offer. But no matter how much you travel, nothing can replace home. When you’re gone, there’s no doubt that your friends and family miss you immensely, and you probably do, too. […]

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