Travel Tips

Molokai, Hawaii Travel Guide (And Packing Tips)

Do you dream of experiencing unbridled nature, getting into the aloha spirit, and learning all about authentic Hawaiian culture? Then the island of Molokai is perfect for you! Nicknamed ‘The Friendly Isle”, Molokai, Hawaii’s fifth largest island, is home to the longest fringing reef in all of the United States and is the birthplace of the hula dance. Off the ...

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How to Plan a Trip to Norway’s Fjord Region

The Fjord Region of Norway is without a doubt one of the world’s most magnificent destinations, one that feels both serene but incredibly wild at the same time. Created as a result of retreating glaciers, the fjords cover Norway’s coastline and you can spend weeks exploring the different branches and valleys, all with something different to offer; whether that’s sailing, ...

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How To Pack For Carry-On Only

Packing light for carry-on only is an incredibly liberating habit to get into. Doing so will not only allow you to avoid those nasty checked-baggage fees, it will also save you precious minutes at the baggage carousel and give you peace of mind knowing where your belongings are at all times. While the decision to ditch the checked bag has ...

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The Most Clever Backpack for Frequent Travelers

We’ve all tried the suitcase organizers and intense rolling techniques in an effort to keep our luggage as tidy as possible — however, there’s no denying that our bags ALWAYS end up a disaster after taking out one item anyway. I’m always intrigued by travel hacks, which is why I’m excited for this clever Artichoke travel backpack: the perfect solution ...

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10 European Cities For Solo Female Travelers

When planning a trip as a solo female traveler, it’s important to know which destinations are safe. The mainstream media plays a big part in convincing people (especially parents) that traveling as a solo female is automatically dangerous, lonely or generally a potentially bad idea, but this negative stereotyping couldn’t be further from the truth. I’ve traveled all over the ...

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How to Spend a Weekend in Bruges on a Budget

Due to the high volume of tourists each year (over 15 million vs a population of about 120,000), it’s no surprise that eating, drinking and sightseeing here comes at a premium. However, I’m here to share with you how you can make the most of your time in Bruges on a budget. No waffle or beer left behind. How to ...

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20 Best Travel Hacks That Will Save You Money

Here are 20 of the best travel hacks I’ve gathered after 15 years of traveling the world. Use these to save money on your next trip!   20 Best Travel Hacks to Help You Save Money   1. Book In The Afternoon Though it’s well known that flight prices are likely to fluctuate during the week, not many people know ...

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Essential Guide To Train Travel In Europe

Boarding a train to take you from city to city is without a doubt the best way to travel through Europe. It’s romantic, magical and inspiring — not to mention the fact that it can save you a fortune on flying between cities or countries! That’s the best thing about European train travel: you can have breakfast in Paris, lunch ...

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Solo Travel vs. Group Travel (Pros & Cons of each)

There are lots of decisions to make when it comes to travel. Indeed, from questions of choosing your destination and duration, to budget, baggage and beyond, travel can sometimes feel like one never ending process of decision making. The decision to travel solo or in a group can be one that’s particularly tough, especially for a first time traveler. And, ...

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Solo Travel vs. Group Travel (Pros & Cons of each)

There are lots of decisions to make when it comes to travel. Indeed, from questions of choosing your destination and duration, to budget, baggage and beyond, travel can sometimes feel like one never ending process of decision making. The decision to travel solo or in a group can be one that’s particularly tough, especially for a first time traveler. And, ...

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