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2019 Travel Trends

If your resolution is to travel more in 2019, here are some travel trends, to inspire you to travel near or afar. Finding Peace While Being Active Being healthy is usually everyone’s “new” goal as the new year starts and why not get active and find a little peace from the madding crowds (or highways). One travel trend, we can get behind is being active. You could mush your way through... Read more
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The Importance of Travel Insurance

Travel insurance can save a potential disastrous and expensive holiday mishap from draining your bank account. By taking out travel insurance, you are covering yourself against travel risks a comprehensive policy will usually cover: Emergency medical cover Losses incurred due to unforeseen cancellation or having to cut your trip short Death and disability cover Personal liabi... Read more
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Spark Your Sense of Wonder with Guided Travel

If you’ve wondered what a “guided tour” means, it’s simply this: tour managers and local experts enhancing your experience, whatever your destination. You just need to click here and choose your own adventure! Maybe you want a river cruise through the Danube or to see the ruins in Rome. Maybe you want to dive deep into the culture of Asia or see the Northern Lights in Iceland. Wha... Read more
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5 Travel Hacks to Stretch Your Budget

If you aren’t rolling in dough, and let’s be honest, how many of us are, when you’re planning your holidays you are probably budget conscious. If you are like me, every dollar counts. Here are 5 holiday hacks to help stretch that almighty dollar! Travel Insurance While it may seem counterproductive to purchase travel insurance because you want to save money, think of travel insuran... Read more
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These Boots Were Made for Walking...Australia

60’s pop star, Nancy Sinatra, sang “These boots are made for walking and that's just what they'll do. One of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you…” The Aboriginals of Australia had a rite of passage for males known as a Walkabout where the adolescents went and lived in the wilderness for a period as long as six months to make the spiritual and traditional transition into ma... Read more
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Travel Tips that Could Make Your Life Easier

Some travel like a pro. Whizzing through security and the airport like gazelles in the wild and for some, you may be embarking on your first journey with a lot of questions or clueless on what to do. While I am no expert on travel, here are few tips and tricks I use to make my life easier when traveling. Browse in Private or Incognito Mode for Cheaper Flights - this one is simple, all yo... Read more
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Packing for Your First Cruise

Packing is a task most of us put off as long as possible. However, the task doesn’t have to be daunting. If you’re setting sail for your first cruise, here are a few tips on how to pack for your first cruise. CARRY ON LUGGAGE When you check in for your first cruise, the  cruise line will take your luggage and deliver it to your room. While this is a fantastic service, consider pack... Read more
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4 Ways to Access Money Abroad

When traveling overseas, there are a multitude of ways to bring money with you, but what’s the easiest way to access your funds when needed? Do you need to carry cash? A travel card? A debit card? CASH You can either exchange your cash before you leave with a bank or when you arrive to your destination. The pro of doing this advance is that you have cash on hand when you arrive.... Read more
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