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Websites that are changing travel WeHostels is a phone app that allows you to make contact with other travellers before you get there. The internet has changed the way we travel. Obviously. When was the last time you went to the post office overseas? Websites that are changing travel
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6 Ways to Travel Endlessly 6 Ways to Travel Endlessly Traveling the way most people do it isn’t enough. Saving all year long at a job for just two weeks a year won’t let you see the world the way you want to see it. So you find someone to take care of your stuff while you travel the world. You’re all set to see everything you ever wanted for as long as you want.
6 Travel Truths You’ll Never Escape 6 Travel Truths You’ll Never Escape There’s nothing more fun than sitting in a laundry room in Eastern Europe, rain pouring down, talking to a whole bus load of young, first time gap-year explorers who are three months into the adventure of a lifetime. Full of dreams and anecdotes, dog-eared guide-book-cum-Bible in hand, they need little encouragement to provide enough entertainment to get tomorrow’s clothes dry. One picks a guitar while his friend talks. Another keeps storming in and out, frustrated that the tiny condensation driers aren’t working any faster and lamenting the very things I love about the third world groove. I listen to the chatter and try to avoid being asked too many questions about my on again, off again life on the road over the past twenty-something years. It’s too hard to explain.
8 Ways to Travel for Free on Your RTW When debunking the myths of RTW travel, the first thing that is mentioned is money. As with anything in life, money is usually the first hurdle that needs to be considered. Buying a house, a car, getting your kids through college, going on vacation – all depend on how much money you have. 8 Ways to Travel for Free on Your RTW
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Home / Features & Resources / Cultural Notes / Topic Most of our cultural notes include audio. A few are abbreviated and do not have audio. The Alamo The building known as "the Alamo" may be named for the grove of cottonwood trees in which it stands. The Alamo The Alamo
Before budget travelers can be sold on the merits of visiting Latin American destinations, the issue of crime must be addressed. Unfortunately, a certain percentage of would-be travelers to these value-packed locations won't even consider a trip because they've heard crime is out of control and that tourists are frequent targets. Clearly, there are areas that present significant danger. For example, the rain forests of Panama's Darién Gap region near the Colombian border are not safe to explore without an expert guide. Large sections of the coastal city of Colón are not safe for walking, day or night. Do these concerns make it unsafe to visit Panama? Travel Myths - Latin American Destinations Travel Myths - Latin American Destinations
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Update: Visit the 2012 version of The 20 Best Travel Websites on the Internet I hope that everyone who attended my SXSW Core Conversation panel on How to Make Money Traveling Around the World enjoyed the presentation. As promised, I have a listing of my top 20 favorite travel websites (in no particular order). The 20 Best Travel Websites on the Internet - Golden Book Traveler The 20 Best Travel Websites on the Internet - Golden Book Traveler
6 Best Budget Bus Companies in the U.S. 6 Best Budget Bus Companies in the U.S. Our intrepid reporters—editors, readers, friends (and moms)—hit the road to evaluate the experiences. MEGABUSMidwest & NortheastCities Served: 50+Everything about Megabus is mega. The British brand's blue double-decker fleet (each emblazoned with a smiling cartoon of a driver) now serves over 50 cities in the United States and Canada, making it the biggest player on the block. If it were an airline, it would be: United Airlines Contact Info: 877/462-6342, us.megabus.com BOLTBUSNortheastCities Served: 8BoltBus is operated jointly by old-school Greyhound and Peter Pan, but it's much hipper than its parents.
10 hip hostels around the world The days when the word “hostel” made you think about travel bums cramped up in tiny bunk beds with dirty showers, are over. This is the age of the travelette, where backpacking in heels is no longer an oxymoron, and the hostels are hip and fresh. Nowadays the gap between these low budget accomodations and certain boutique hotels can be very slim, providing you with a high quality stay AND a full wallet. So, for your inspiration and budget travel plans, here are 10 of the hippest hostels in the world. 1. Ostel, Berlin (Germany) 10 hip hostels around the world
You can travel internationally, and travel well, for less than you spend each month to put a roof over your head. You just need to pick the right places. Places where a fistful of dollars will pay for weeks of hotels, train rides, and meals. How about $4 beach bungalows? Two or three pints of beer for a dollar? Great restaurant dinners for a buck or two? THE WORLD'S CHEAPEST DESTINATIONS: 21 Countries Where Your Money is Worth a Fortune - Third Edition by Tim Leffel THE WORLD'S CHEAPEST DESTINATIONS: 21 Countries Where Your Money is Worth a Fortune - Third Edition by Tim Leffel
All I Really Need to Know I Learned From Traveling Around the World With all due respect to Robert Fulghum, you can learn a lot more traveling than you can in kindergarten. Here are some of the things I learned from traveling around the world for five years: Be patient. You will experience flight delays, screwed up food orders and lost hotel reservations. Take it in stride. I once saw someone in Bali start yelling over what amounted to 10-cents.
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Airport Reviews | The Guide to Sleeping in Airports Are you looking for a way to skim a few bucks off your travel expenses? Well, why not consider sleeping in the airport? Sure, it may sound a little cheap and degrading at first, but read-on and you'll soon discover a travel community that (for over 17 years) has been sharing their experiences and advice with fellow airport sleepers.
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What if I told you that it is possible to travel around the world on $40US/day for on the ground expenses (everything excluding airfare)? The mistake most make when dismissing the possibility of being able to go on a RTW trip is that it is simply too expensive. That is just not true. While you may not be able to travel to Western Europe or around the United States on a small budget, plenty of amazing regions around the world offer the chance to travel in relative comfort for rock bottom prices. Many may be thinking this only applies to college kids and hippies, and sure, you’re going to have to make some comfort sacrifices here and there. But even if you’re a bit older, married, or past the shared-dorm stage, it is still possible to set off on an extended adventure and not break the bank doing it. How to Travel Around the World for $40 Per Day
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