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7 Steps To Using An ATM Abroad

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Every day, someone asks how they should go about getting local currency while traveling. Most people think the best way is to exchange money at the bank before leaving home. Others think they should exchange it at the airport in their home country. And the last group thinks they should exchange it at the airport […]


5 Travel Essentials You Can’t Live Without


Traveling is stressful but there are plenty of ways to make the process more bearable. The main thing you can do is prepare in advance for your trip. This will relieve so much stress! I hate getting on the plane and realizing there are no pillows or arriving at my destination only to find out […]


10 Ways to Save Money on Vacation

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People often ask how I save money on vacation and I give them a lengthy reply. So, I decided to write it all down and put it on the blog. I know, from experience, that it’s easy to blow your budget in areas you hadn’t even thought of.  So, here are my tried-and-true tips for […]


Funjet Vacations – Pay For Your Vacation Over Time

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Let’s face it, vacations can be expensive!  Airlines require tickets to be paid up front and hotels ask for hefty deposits to hold rooms and paying that all at once can put a strain on your wallet. The alternative is picking a cheaper vacation or not going at all and neither of those options are […]


5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Vacation

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Vacations are hard to come by these days so make sure you enjoy yours to the fullest when you can. Here are five ways to get the most out of your vacation! 1. PUT THE CAMERA DOWN! Okay, I may sound like a hypocrite but I don’t mean skip pictures altogether. Take a few pictures […]


Beijing Layover Tour

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The Beijing Layover Tour is perfect if you’re planning to transit Beijing but you don’t have a tourist visa. Chinese Visas for U.S. citizens aren’t cheap so it can blow your budget if you’re just passing through town. Luckily, a few years back, the Chinese government created the 72-hour Visa-Free Transit policy.  This is essentially a […]