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5 easy ways to save money for your dream trip in 2018

That trip to Paris doesn’t have to be just a daydream. Making a bucket list can often feel like daydreaming, especially with far-off destinations like Bali and the Maldives says Jess McHugh of Travel + Leisure. Traveling doesn’t have to break the bank, however, and even if you’re living off a modest salary, here are the steps to take to reach […]

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The Benefits of Having a Bucket List

Making a travel bucket list — even if it’s not realistic to visit all the places on the list — invokes a sense of hope, gives people something to look forward to and even inspires them to get into better … Keep reading! Source: Independent Traveler

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5 Things to Do with Old Travel T-Shirts

If T-shirts are among the souvenirs you’ve collected over your years of traveling, chances are you have a plentiful stock of vintage, too-small, faded or out-of-fashion tops cluttering your dresser drawers or storage room. But you can repurpose them into … Keep reading! Source: Independent Traveler

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Austin City Guide: Where to Eat and Drink Like a Local During SXSW

One of the biggest festivals in the world is about to hit Austin, Texas: The South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) starts on March 10 and runs through the 19th. SXSW brings more than a 100,00o people from around the globe to its festival showcases of music, film and interactive — and this year, a new […]

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How to Tell a Great Travel Story: Q&A with Esther Choy

Have you ever tried to tell the story of something exciting or funny that happened on vacation, but you fell flat? Don’t feel bad, says storytelling coach Esther Choy, the founder and president of the Leadership Story Lab in Chicago. … Keep reading! Source: Independent Traveler

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Traveling but still looking for love

Aline Dehmen is the founder of Nomad Soulmates, Nomad Soulmates, an online dating app for single nomads. The community helps nomads meet people who share their same lifestyle and values. Learn more about her work through our conversation below. How did you first become interested in long-term travel/digital nomadism? Right after high school, I took […]

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Raising a child in Panama

Haz clic para leer este artículo en español. ¡También puedes darnos un “me gusta” en Facebook! 1. Your children grow up saying that America is a continent and not a country. 2. When a bell ringing breaks the usual sounds of the streets, you grab your wallet to ready yourself as your children are bound […]

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What it Takes to Travel the World Full Time

Travel + Leisure reports on What it Takes to Travel the World Full Time, according to two nomadic photographers. Living a completely mobile lifestyle opens up the opportunity to travel the world and see sights you might have never imagined, but for as good as it sounds, it can be tricky to maneuver. Professional travel photographers, Elia […]

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20 Genius Traveling Hacks To Save You Time & Money by TGN Magazine

Beirut Abu Hdaib at The Global Now writes: Are you planning to travel soon? Do you want your next trip to be less stressful and more fun? Here are some traveling hacks that will help you save time, space and money. Click here to read her must-know travel hacks!

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How to holiday like an explorer, according to Levison Wood

The British explorer, writer and photographer Levison Wood has a new TV series currently airing on Sunday evenings on Channel 4: Walking the Americas. Responsible Travel interviewed Levison about some of the most significant adventures he has had in his life and the places around the world that remain important to him. Q. What’s your […]

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