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What’s In Your Bag?

Posted April 20th, 2012 by Staff Writers

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Categories: Uncategorized

8 Common Mistakes Made by Travelers When Flying Internationally

Posted April 16th, 2012 by Staff Writers

First-time travelers abroad may be especially prone to traveling mishaps, but even a seasoned traveler makes mistakes from time to time. Flying is stressful, with juggling expensive airfares, having all the proper documentation ready including an unexpired passport, packing for all kinds of climate scenarios, and the jungle of an airport itself once the big […]

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Categories: Foreign Travel

8 Strangest Honeymoon Destinations

Posted April 10th, 2012 by Staff Writers

Most honeymooners choose the typical hotspots for their travels — Hawaii is always popular for its gorgeous beaches and sunsets, France brings in the wine-dabbling couples looking for European flare, and Las Vegas is sure to draw in the gamblers or couples attracted to flamboyant entertainment. However, some honeymoon locations are entirely outside of the […]

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Categories: Honeymoon Travel

7 Things You Should Never Say to An Airport Customs Official

Posted April 9th, 2012 by Staff Writers

If you’re traveling abroad for the first time, you may find the process of going through airport customs somewhat stressful. The line seems endless, the airport customs officials may be curt and intimidating, and there are serious consequences to answering questions incorrectly. You may be detained or denied entry to the country. However, if you […]

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Categories: Foreign Travel

8 Spookiest Roads You’ll Ever Travel

Posted April 9th, 2012 by Staff Writers

For many of us, the roads along the way to our destinations are forgotten once we arrive at point B. But sometimes, there are roads that just give off a creepy vibe, especially when darkness sets in that we can’t shake from our minds. There’s a reason why so many urban legends and stories have […]

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Traveling Abroad: Temporary Citizen

Posted February 20th, 2012 by Staff Writers

Most students can greatly benefit from studying abroad, no matter what their major field of study may be. Nearly all higher learning institutions offer study abroad opportunities or have student exchange programs. For those students who are interested in studying overseas, there are many exciting days ahead. However, there is also a great deal of […]

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Categories: Travel Tips

Traveling in Asia: Tips on Tipping

Posted February 20th, 2012 by Staff Writers

In the United States, tipping is a huge part of the culture. When traveling to traveling to other parts of the world, it’s natural to assume that tipping is customary elsewhere as well. In reality, that’s often not the case. To avoid committing serious faux pas while traveling in a place like Asia, you should […]

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Categories: Travel Tips

10 Types of Insurance Frequent Travelers Blow Off

Posted February 3rd, 2012 by Staff Writers

For families that only take one vacation each year to a domestic destination, travelers’ insurance isn’t something that comes to mind. Though it’s certainly a good idea for all vacation planners to look into the various types of travel insurance available, these are ten of the plans that frequent travelers should consider, but often don’t. […]

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Categories: Travelers Guide

Top 5 Forewarnings of Traveler Insurance Scams

Posted January 8th, 2012 by Staff Writers

One of the first purchases that many travelers make after booking their trip is travel insurance. A good travel insurance policy can cover the costs of canceling a trip in an emergency, help you get cash if yours is stolen on your trip and even help you to replace clothing from lost luggage. But travel […]

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Categories: Uncategorized

Guidelines on Donations to International Disasters

Posted November 2nd, 2011 by Staff Writers

Guidelines on Donations to International Disasters When we hear news of disasters throughout the world, our hearts naturally go out to those affected. The first thought is often, “What can I do to help?” In natural disasters like fires, floods and hurricanes, people need immediate assistance with basic necessities: shelter, food, water, bedding and clothing. […]

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