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Reisen für wenig Geld - Reisen für wenig Geld - Noch einmal unter Palmen sitzen, die Sonne auf der Haut spüren und Licht tanken für den dunklen Winter. Genau das Richtige, oder? Das Gute: Jetzt im November kann man schön günstig in die Sonne fliegen. Stiftung Warentest hat die besten Angebote getestet und zeigt, worauf man achten muss. Foto: © Dudarev Mikhail -
Hi! We’re Caz and Craig Makepeace and we started yTravel Blog after living in 5 countries and visiting over 50 to share our own travel tips and stories to help YOU live your travel dreams. We believe life is about accumulating memories, not just possessions. Our motto is: “Travel More. Create better memories.” Our goal is to help you achieve that. Start Here - y Travel Blog Start Here - y Travel Blog
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Photo:Britt Reints A true music lover isn't content to have a great road trip playlist; they want to experience the local music scene wherever they go. Whether you're a family looking to learn about music history or a couple of girlfriends looking to listen to some live music at night, you'll find the right note for your trip at one of these American cities for music lovers. 10 Best Cities for Music Lovers 10 Best Cities for Music Lovers
The Wanderlust Project The Wanderlust Project There is to me, a lot more to admire in someone who stayed put and challenged their perspectives and habits and lifestyle choices at home than there is to some first world Instagram addict who conf… Lake Dunstan, New Zealand Here’s the view during lunch en route to Queenstown. We stopped along the way with our new friend, a young German fella who we’d met at our host’s home in Tarras. A fellow Couchsurfer, as well as our first hitchhiker! Watching the sunset, Tarras
I have always loved the concept of those rubber travel clotheslines (I'm an engineer; what can I say.) They stretch to accommodate different spans, and there's no need for clips or hangers. I was not, however, about to shell out $10 plus shipping and handling to get one. (if you're not as cheap as I am, you can buy one here) Make a Rubber Band Travel Clothesline ( for Less Than $1 ) Make a Rubber Band Travel Clothesline ( for Less Than $1 )
Stockholm, and the Strangers Who Brought Me There Stockholm, and the Strangers Who Brought Me There Casper Hedberg for The New York Times (Stockholm outdoor scenes) Top, the Piroth sisters and Kristofer Hedlund of Nectar & Pulse. Bottom, Stockholm outdoor scenes, and Natalia Urbanska of Spotted by Locals. Tony Cenicola/The New York Times The Nectar & Pulse brochure for the Piroth Sisters.
NECTAR & PULSE - Your local soulmates
C'est Christine l Solo Female Travel Blog All I wanted for Christmas was a real good tan, and thanks to Caribe Playa, I got one! When I booked a flight to Puerto Rico on an impulse (namely, I was feeling sad and then I spotted a cheap round-trip on JetBlue), it was mostly because my parents told me that if I was going to fly anywhere during the holiday season chaos, I might as well go somewhere with a beach–bless them! So my only priority when I arrived in Puerto Rico: find a beach, find a hammock, find a book. Caribe Playa is located just south of Patillas (about three hours south of San Juan), right on the Caribbean Sea. C'est Christine l Solo Female Travel Blog
Adventurous Kate | The Solo Female Travel Blog Italy is best in the fall -- and beautiful Emilia-Romagna is no exception. Featured Of all the times to visit Italy, I always recommend that people visit in the fall.

Adventurous Kate | The Solo Female Travel Blog

This week's guest blogger, with a post titled 'Solo female travel - Nine myths and one truth', is Stephanie Yoder, a girl who can't sit still. She's a traveller, a writer and blogger at Twenty-Something Travel, a website about travel for young people. To keep up to date with Stephanie you can follower her on Twitter and/or (both!) 'like' her on facebook. So you have this great trip planned out, to a place you've really been longing to see, but you can't seem to convince anyone to come with you. Solo female travel - Nine myths and one truth Solo female travel - Nine myths and one truth
Welcome, Voyager Presents How to See the WorldArt of Travel;European and World Backpacking;On $25 a Day or Less;Read This BookCopyright © John Gregory 2009 Here in 25 chapters, 100,000 words, and 120 illustrations is How to See the World.

How to See the World: Art of Travel; European and World Backpacking; On $25 a Day or Less