Pushing Past the Fear

…never let fear stop you from doing what you want to be doing and what could dramatically improve your life. Step close to the edge, analyze the risks, take note of others that are already doing it, acknowledge the fear, and then step off anyway.

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Explore Four Different Types of Travelers

With the advent of the internet and cheap ways to travel it’s never been a better time to explore internationally. Practically the entire world is a possible vacation for those willing to save the money, plan the trip, and follow through. It’s also given rise to new ways to travel that better cater to diverse…

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Combating Sea Sickness

The constant up and down motion of the boat riding the waves can cause even the strongest of stomachs to get queasy at times. The last thing you want to do is spend an entire cruise in the bathroom, so here are some tips that my wife and I have found help with sea sickness and provide a more enjoyable experience.

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5 Tips for Keeping to Your Travel Budget

No matter what your budget is, sticking to it can be one of the hardest things while traveling. You have to consider transportation, food, activities, souvenirs, and any unexpected issues that come up. However, there are a few tips you can keep in mind to help keep your budget under check.  Using a Budget Booking Site  Many…

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Tips to Staying in Hostels

Everyone is trying to save money wherever they can. Whether that it is on groceries, flights, or DIY. This trend is also continuing in travel. Travelers are looking for different ways to save some money while still seeing the world and not spending an arm and a leg. Hostels have been the answer for many…

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Learning a Language Abroad

Learning a language abroad is a great way to enhance your skills, make great friends and immerse yourself into a new culture. My first solo adventure to Spain was back in 2012 when I decided I wanted to learn Spanish in my summer holidays from university. I didn’t know much about Malaga but chose it…

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Tips for the Holiday Traveler

The year may be coming to an end, but the traveling season is just getting started. For many, the holidays mean family, love, and giving back, but the holidays can also have a negative connotation: traveling. It’s no secret that December is the world’s busiest traveling month, which translates to pure chaos. Missed flights, long…

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