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7 Ways to Spend Less on Travel

Do you dream of traveling the world, but constantly lack money? Then this article is for you...we’ve got 7 ways to travel inexpensively. This is not a story about how to choose the cheapest traveling destination, but rather, tips so that your money can stretch, and you can travel more. You will be amazed at how many great places there are to travel on a budget

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How to Plan the Perfect Long Island Beach Trip

One of the reasons Long Island is so popular with New Yorkers and people from well beyond the big city is its beaches. A 118-mile stretch of land that juts into the Atlantic, there are many great options, with the Hamptons a classic.

How to Plan the Perfect Long Island Beach Trip

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Four Budget-Friendly Islands to Visit

Are you dreaming about having a vacation on the most beautiful tropical island on earth, but the lack of money stops you from making it real? Don’t worry. It is possible to find a gorgeous beach vacation which won’t break the bank. 

Four Budget-friendly islands to visit

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Four European Countries Worth Visiting

Planning your next trip to Europe might not be easy—the region has countless beautiful places to visit. Here are four of the best destinations for an unforgettable European vacation.

Four European Countries Worth Visiting

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The Captivating Mountain Ranges of Whistler

The mountain ranges of Whistler are some of the most beautiful in the world. Within an hour and a half outside of Vancouver, Whistler is world-renowned as a hot skiing stop, yet many don't realize how much it has besides just the slopes!

The Captivating Mountain Ranges of Whistler

If you’re curious about Whistler, here’s a taste of everything it has to offer from season to season.

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4 Money-Saving Tips for Your Next Getaway

Shoulder season is around the corner. Holidaying during this season means fewer crowds than in the summer, thus cheaper transportation and accommodation. It is also the best time to enjoy outdoor activities without sunburn scares.

If you wish to take a break from reality this coming season and hope to have fun without breaking the bank, here are the top tips to reduce your spending and still have a great time.

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5 Ways to Travel the World Solo

If you’ve ever dreamed of lying on a beach in the tropics, watching the sea crash against the shore while sipping on a cold beverage, you’ve probably come up with all kinds of ideas on how you could actually achieve the dream. Traveling is an incredible experience—you get to see new places, experience new cultures, and eat wonderful food. The biggest drawback is it costs money… and without a way to fund your adventures, you will remain lying on your sofa dreaming, rather than doing. Luckily, the following are five ways you can fund your travels and scratch the itch. 

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Nakie: The Best Eco-Friendly Hammock

Well, there aren’t words to describe this product, but I just have to make do...and somehow tell you how amazing this hammock is without making up new phrases. 

History Comes Alive in Poipu, Kauai

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Jul 21, 2021 / 0 comments

When planning our recent anniversary getaway to Kauai, Hawaii, I did not spend time researching historical sites. With less than a week at this romantic destination, our emphasis was on outdoor adventures and food. At this point in our lives, we are extremely grateful for the time we spend together. Ira was diagnosed with glioblastoma, an aggressive and incurable brain cancer, approximately a year ago.

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Your Summer Must-Read: From Hell to Challah: Rising from Fragile to Fearless, One Grain at a Time

Here’s my recommendation for your must-read book this summer: Shari Wallack’s extraordinary memoir, From Hell to Challah: Rising from Fragile to Fearless, One Grain at a Time. Here’s why…

This book is an exceptional glimpse into pandemic travel, reconnecting, friendships, food, mental health, growing into fearlessness, the importance of travel and always expanding your worldview, and self growth. It’s one of the best travel books (and memoirs) I’ve ever read, and is funny, to boot!

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