Posts Tagged: Travel Tips

How to Travel Anywhere in the World (From Start to Finish) for $1,000

Wouldn’t it be great to travel anywhere in the world for $1,000 or less? And I don’t mean just the cost of getting there. I mean your entire vacation from the time you step out your door to the time you get back. How great would it be to take a one- or two-week trip

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Why I Quit Being A Digital Nomad (And Moved Back To The US)

I’m No Longer A Digital Nomad Personal Stories Last week I spent all day packing up a small U-haul trailer with my belongings, preparing to move to Los Angeles, California. It felt a bit surreal after 7 years living as a digital nomad. A bed. A couch. A TV. A desk. Cat toys. A cat

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How to Visit Québec City on a Budget

I’ve visited Canada many times but have always missed is Québec City. I’ve only heard great things from everyone who has ever been there. Luckily, my friend Pamela is an expert on the city. She runs walking tours there and even recently published a guidebook to the city . Given that fall is supposed to be

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How I Saved Money For Travel (You Don’t Need To Be Rich)

How to Save Money for Travel Travel Tips Want to travel the world for a while? Or just take an epic vacation? You don’t need to be rich, but you’ll need to get creative about saving money for travel. Here’s how I did it. There’s a popular myth floating around that travel is an expensive

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What’s the Matter With Lonely Planet?

When I decided to quit my job and travel the world , I walked into a bookstore and bought Lonely Planet’s Southeast Asia on a Shoestring. I was in Thailand and was eager to get started. Buying that guidebook made my impulsive decision seem real. Thumbing through its pages on my flight home, I was

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How to Find a Cheap Hotel Room: Sites to Use and Sites to Avoid

As much as I love hostels and other forms of cheap accommodation, there is something nice about the luxuriousness of a hotel: the clean room, comfy bed, desk, iron, strong shower, and bottled soap for the taking (errr…I mean borrowing). They are quiet, relaxing, and a respite from the world. But luxury comes at a

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How to Travel Around Namibia on a Budget

Welcome to the latest post in our Africa column by Natasha and Cameron from The World Pursuit . While I’ve been to the continent in the past, I’ve only seen a few countries so I’m super duper excited to have these two travelers share their knowledge about traveling the continent . This month they are sharing

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Best Travel Gear for Kids – 30 Items to Keep Them Happy and Safe!

What is the best travel gear for kids? Alright! You’re ready to start traveling with kids more. Don’t panic. Family travel is amazing! One of your biggest concerns may be what are the best kids travel items and how to keep your kids safe and happy when traveling. We’re family travel experts! We’ve been traveling

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The Ultimate Guide to the Best Family Travel Resources

Looking for family travel resources? Read on. There are a lot of options when looking for the best family travel resources. Our intention is to help you avoid overwhelm, which is a serious issue in today’s content-heavy world. You don’t have time to research and read endless family travel tips posts. Some days you’re lucky

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How to Plan Your Trip – 15 Step Guide

Need tips on how to plan your trip? Read on. My niece is planning a trip to New York City . It will be her first overseas trip so I told her I would write this step-by-step travel planning guide for her, and YOU, on how to plan your trip! Travel planning can be overwhelming and

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