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6 Ways To Travel Cheaply Around The World

Many people are hesitant to pack their bags, book a flight or take a long ride to a far-off place because they think that traveling will cost them their life’s savings. This is not the case, as many travel bloggers, project volunteers, farm workers, hostel staff, and house sitters can attest to. Many of them […]

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15 Practical Tips For Exploring A New City (So You Can Have The Most Fun)

  There is a thin line between being a traveler and an explorer. Now a days, people don’t believe in hopping from one tourist attraction to another. Instead, they try to live the city they visit, know its heart. And for that, you need to see beyond the cliché tourist packages and major spots. Traveling […]

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Best Passport In The World: 10 Countries With The Most Powerful Passports

So what country has the best passports? Not all passports are created equal. Some are more powerful than others, and that means their owner can travel to more countries without having to show bring or show their visa. Passport power interests various businesses and government organizations, and they rank countries by the power of their […]

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How To Keep Clothing & Belongings Clean While Traveling

  If you pack and prepare for a long trip or journey oversea, to another continent, country or city, you should be prepared for it. It is good to know a few tricks how to keep your luggage clean and remain clean yourself on the road. You may be travelling by bus, air-plane, car, ship, […]

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15 Must Have Apps for Travel (That Aren’t Travel Apps)

This is a guest entry by Claire Lovesti. She blogs about travel @ http://traveltio.com. You’ve got your Maps and your awesome weather apps, but what’s next? Check out these picks for great gadgets to have next time you travel. When it comes to travel app lists it’s easy to sound off with DarkSky, HearPlanet, and airplane […]

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How To Safely Use Public Wi-Fi When Traveling

No matter whether you’re on a simple weekend break or you’re traveling full time, the chances are you’ll have to connect to public WiFi during your trip. Fortunately, public networks have become commonplace in hostels, train stations, airports and even coffee shops, so it’s easy to pick up signal, connect and have your fill of […]

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Do You Need A Passport To Go On A Cruise?

Cruises are an interesting thing when it comes to passport. Passport requirements for cruises will depend on where you are going. But basically, you WILL need a passport to go on a Cruise, whether you are a U.S. citizen or a non- U.S. citizen. You will need to go through security before you are allowed […]

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Do You Need A Passport To Go To The Bahamas?

Do you need a passport to go to the Bahamas? The Bahamas is considered international travel, and most international destinations require a passport to travel to, whether by sea or air. However, some Caribbean countries are considered a part of the U.S. when it comes to traveling to, and don’t need a passport in order […]

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GOA India Travel Guide (Goa Tourism Tips)

  Goa. The name brings endless memories to my mind. A wanderlust soul as I am, my only purpose of life (and employment) is to see every nook and corner of the world. Being an Indian works in my favor. I have so much to see in my own land! And living in Jaipur, Rajasthan […]

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Hostels 101: What Is A Hostel & What Are Hostels Like?

You’ve probably heard of this accommodation thing called a hostel, but you’re not quite sure what it is. I’ve spent my fair share of time in hostels and today I want to answer the question “what is a hostel”. A hostel is a cheaper accommodation that usually has 2+ beds. It’s pretty much like a […]

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