Posts Tagged ‘tips and tricks’

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Sprouts en Route

Kristin Spencer and her husband are on a mission, one dictated by a ‘higher power’. Wherever they go – so go the ‘sprouts’ (aka their 2 young children). In fact, they are missionaries who’s serves having them traveling the world and it’s a family endeavor. Enjoy the entries of their adventures and the tips on [...]

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SeattleFlyerGuy’s All-Purpose Travel Blog

Planes, trains and automobiles… Oh wait, just make that planes when it comes to Nicholas and his mode of transportation preferences. This is a man who is very serious about his air travel. From terminals to in-flight meals to tips/tricks on bookings, Nicholas covers it all. He even takes time to comment on his destinations [...]

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LuxuryBackpacking: Backpacking & Independent Travel

Kassim Qureshi has created a site that caters to every type of person interested in traveling. Between his own memoirs, guest articles, recommendations, tips and just some fun miscellaneous stuff, LuxuryBackpacking will definitely tickle your travel bone. It’s sort of like your “funny bone” but better because it’s about travel.

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Nomadic Matt’s Secrets to Successful World Travel (e-book review)

Every second of every day, one of us makes a decision to spread our proverbial wings and travel. Usually a fair number of questions accompany that decision. Whether one is a seasoned traveler or a first-timer, sorting out the many details can be a daunting task. Venturing out into unknown territory can throw up several roadblocks when we aren’t sure where to find the information we want and/or need.

Enter Nomadic Matt and his latest e-book: Nomadic Matt’s Secrets To Successful World Travel.

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Travel With Julie

For a great mix of travel experiences, recipes, photographs and good advice, “Travel with Julie” by Julie Gilley is a wonderful site to visit. She will take you on a tour of Italy that you were not expecting. Have your wine glass ready… Oh, and your fork.

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Lessons From a Cancelled Trip

My husband and I made the decision this past October to cancel a trip to Spain and Morocco that I’d spent innumerable hours planning. It was a complicated trip – several legs, transportation utilizing planes, trains and automobiles; 12 days in foreign countries. Since it’s been a brutal winter for many of us and thoughts of summer travel are rampant daydreams, I thought I’d finally sit down and share a few hard-earned tips for you to remember when planning your next trip abroad.

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