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Posted by on Jan 15, 2018 in Travel Tips | 0 comments

THREE REASONS WHY TRAVELLING FOR SPORTS IS FUN AND HAPPENING

THREE REASONS WHY TRAVELLING FOR SPORTS IS FUN AND HAPPENING

If you are a sports lover, then you know the pleasure of watching your favourite team play over and over again. However, if you love to travel, then you might think following your favourite sport is totally impossible. Most of the times, we relate watching sports with sitting in your room in front of your television set and spending time indoors. That is a complete no-no for travellers who want to spend their time under the open sky, explore new places and enjoy the beauty of this earth. Well with the concept of sports tourism, all of these clichéd ideas change. Sports tourism is a fairly new concept which is getting traction more and more. It is the type of travel where people with a passion for both sports and travel get to fulfil both of those passions together. According to the very definition of sports tourism, you choose your favourite sport or favourite team and travel to different places to catch the game live. This is how you...

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Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

3 Broadway Plays that Deals with Life’s Problems

3 Broadway Plays that Deals with Life’s Problems

Broadway plays have a way of speaking to life’s problems in relatable and entertaining manners. The audience can usually find common ground with even the most over-the-top stories. Experiencing these stories via live theater adds to the enjoyment. That’s the magic of live theater. There are many Broadway plays that deal with life’s problems. Here are three current plays that will inspire, entertain, make you think, and get you singing along by the final curtain. “Kinky Boots” Kinky Boots” is a story that you might not imagine loving when you first hear the plot. It is the story of a failing British shoe manufacturer who, in a last-ditch effort to save his family business, starts to manufacture strong “kinky boots” for drag queens. It is the story of unlikely friendships, as the conservative shoe manufacturer Charlie forms a working relationship and friendship with Lola the drag queen. On the surface, the two have nothing in common, but the boots bring them together. They eventually come to respect each other...

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Posted by on Jun 27, 2017 in Money and Travel, Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

6 Tips to Maximize Your Summer Vacation

6 Tips to Maximize Your Summer Vacation

Whether you’re traveling to another country or just staying close to home, you want to do whatever possible to maximize your experience. We composed a list of six tips to help you get the most of your summer vacation. Read below for our helpful summer tips and tricks to maximize your summer experience. Budget At the beginning of summer, set a goal amount. Estimate it by calculating the cost of all your must-do summer activities (e.g. concerts, water parks, movie releases, and festivals) and any random spur of the moment expenses, include food, clothing, and last minute trips. Ask your bank to open up a savings account specifically for summer adventures. After summer ends, convert your savings account into a winter adventure account. Whimsical savers can instead use a piggy bank or decorative jar as a way to save for their summer goals. Take a certain amount out of the bank each week and add it to the jar. Do not open or break the piggy bank until it’s...

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Posted by on Jun 9, 2017 in Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

Things to Keep in Mind if you are Flying for the First Time

Things to Keep in Mind if you are Flying for the First Time

If it’s your first time on a plane, then it’s natural to be stoked. The thought of traveling by air is quite exhilarating and an impressive experience. You must have thought about this moment for long, and it is finally happening. Whether you are traveling for work or leisure, being on a plane is full of excitement, and one remembers this moment forever in their lives. However, keeping the enthusiasm quotient in the equation, there are several things you must keep in mind before you take the flight. Ticket First things first, you need a ticket, and it all depends on how much you are willing to spend. You can book tickets from several travel portals, both online and offline. However, online is the way to go since you will get the best offer for the price. If you are looking to travel on a budget, make sure you search for cheap flights online booking India to get the best prices for your trip. Travel portals like Yatra offer...

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Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

How to Keep Your Web-Based Business Up and Running While You’re Traveling

How to Keep Your Web-Based Business Up and Running While You’re Traveling

Whether you’re a CEO that’s constantly on-the-go or a solopreneur in charge of the company blog, there’s nothing like a bit of rest and relaxation to get away from your workload. The benefits of travel, especially for the busiest of workers, are well-documented. That being said, it’s difficult to truly enjoy your vacation plans if you’re constantly stressing out about your website and its performance while you’re gone. “What if a launch goes wrong? What if something breaks on the backend? What if I’m losing out on leads?” Relax. It’ll be fine. That is, if you take the time to properly plan and prepare. Rather than endure a snafu while you’re away from the office, set yourself and your respective team up for success regardless of where you’re at. The following tips are ideal if you’re a content manager that’s constantly traveling; however, they’re fair game regardless of where you’re headed. Keep Track of Your Analytics Perhaps the most practical step you can take while you’re on-the-go is taking...

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Posted by on Jan 26, 2017 in Cruises, Travel Resources, Travel Style, Travel Tips |

Four Ways to Save Money On a Cruise Ship

Four Ways to Save Money On a Cruise Ship

Cruise ship vacations may have gotten a bit of a reputation for being costly, however, they can actually be better value than you think. With your transport to various countries, accommodation, food and drink, and entertainment included in the price, when you think about it a cruise ship ticket is actually pretty good value, and most of the expenses come in the extras that you’ll buy on-board. But, saving money on a cruise ship is easier than you think. We’ve listed some of the best ways to save money on-board and enjoy your vacation without breaking the bank. Explore Destinations Alone Depending on the port that you are stopping off at and the various types of excursions or activities that you choose to take part in, port stop-offs can be very expensive when you’re on a cruise ship. Instead, learning a little bit about the area will allow you to set off on your own, which is always a nice experience after spending the last few days on a...

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Posted by on Oct 12, 2016 in Budget Travel, Travel Resources, Travel Style, Travel Tips, World Travel |

Tips for Planning an Extended Holiday

Tips for Planning an Extended Holiday

If you are in a position to do it, taking a longer holiday of a month or more can be a great experience. You can really get to know a place and have an experience almost like living there when you take an extended holiday, and you can benefit a lot from the time out from your normal life. You could make huge progress on learning a language with a period of immersion, make some new friends, and enjoy a totally different way of life for a while. However, planning a longer holiday is different from planning your usual week or two away, especially if you have a limited budget, so it is worth putting in some effort in advance to plan and research where you’ll be going. Finding Reasonably Priced, Well Equipped Accommodation If you are staying for a month or more, unless money is no object, you probably won’t want to stay in a hotel. Not only is this very costly for longer stays, but it also...

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Posted by on Aug 30, 2016 in Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

3 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Long Trip

3 Easy Steps for Planning Your Next Long Trip

long trips are always exciting. Going on a long trip to visit several cities at the same time is a great way to spend the holiday. The trip can be anything from a couple of weeks to a full month, or even more depending on how much vacation time you have. Planning a long trip, however, can be a bit more difficult than planning your usual holiday. These are the steps to complete to plan your next long trip.  Length – Destinations – Budget There are three things you need to focus on first when planning a long trip: the length of the trip, the destinations you want to visit, and the cost of the trip itself. The length of the trip is always easy to determine. You can take the vacation time you have and leave a few days for resting at the end of the period. Budget is a good thing to have too. Know exactly how much you can afford to spend on the trip and...

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Posted by on May 23, 2016 in Accommodations, Transportation, Travel Europe, Travel Resources, Travel Scotland, Travel Tips |

The Edinburgh Experience

The Edinburgh Experience

This is an account of my Edinburgh experience – yes, that is what I am calling it because it was unique to Edinburgh! As soon as I had received clearance from my boss for a vacation, I knew my destination was going to be Edinburgh. The first thing I had to do was find the cheapest and best deals for my flight to the place. Once I had booked a flight, I was on to the next thing on my list. It involved finding the ideal hotel to book so that I could enjoy my time in the Scottish capital.  Having found the perfect place to vacation in, I wanted to ensure that nothing cramped my enjoyment. I did have mates in Edinburgh who would be happy to drive me around but I was taking no chances. On the off chance that they were busy or had things to do, I decided to reserve an Edinburgh taxi. Armed for all eventualities, I waited impatiently for the day of departure....

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Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Travel Tips |

Pet Transport Tips

Pet Transport Tips

Travel can be an ordeal. If you’re looking to go on a long car journey – perhaps to a holiday home on the continent, or to a new permanent home, then you’ll need to prepare yourself for a long and potentially stressful experience. This experience will be made the more stressful with the addition of an animal like a dog or cat. On the other hand, you might consider the aggravation worthwhile – perhaps if you’re looking to go on a walking holiday with your dog, or moving to a new home. In this article, we’ll look at some of the ways in which you might limit the impact your pet has on your journey. Exhaust your pet For obvious reasons, you’ll want to transport their pet when they’re at their least energetic. In a perfect world, they’d be asleep throughout the journey. For this reason, you might consider paying extra attention to your pet’s natural rhythms. If they’re at their most lethargic during the morning, then this will...

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Posted by on Jan 19, 2016 in Money and Travel, Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

Maximize Your Credit Card Rewards to See the World

Maximize Your Credit Card Rewards to See the World

Do you love to travel but don’t have the funds to finance your globe-trotting adventures? Never fear — thanks to travel rewards credit cards, you can still see the world on a shoestring budget. All you have to do is know how to maximize your credit card rewards so you can stretch each travel dollar as far as possible. To get the most out of your credit card rewards program, make sure you choose a card that offers great travel rewards and has fine print you can live with. Use your rewards credit card wisely to rack up maximum rewards, without getting yourself into debt. As long as you stay on your toes, it’s easy to beat the credit card rewards game to earn free travel for making your regular purchases. Choose the Right Card The first step towards making the most of a travel rewards credit card is to get the right card. The best rewards credit cards allow you to accumulate points for making purchases that you...

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Posted by on Nov 9, 2015 in Travel and Health, Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

Staying Healthy While Traveling

Staying Healthy While Traveling

Staying healthy while traveling can seem impossible. Whether it is the fast food in the airport or the coughing passenger next to you on a plane, many people get sick on vacation or immediately after vacation. While sometimes this is unavoidable, there are a few things that you can do to decrease the chances or weight gain or sickness. The following are some tips to stay healthy while traveling for business or pleasure. Eating poorly while on vacation can impact your body composition as well as your overall health. While sometimes it is unavoidable to eat an unhealthy snack, preparing for your trip can help reduce these instances. If you want a quick bite to eat or a snack then packing some non-perishable snack bars or trail mix can save you money but also help you avoid eating something high in fat and calories. Taking advantage of the gym in a hotel might seem like the last thing you want to do while on vacation. Many of these gyms...

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Posted by on Aug 3, 2015 in Travel Australia, Travel Australia and New Zealand, Travel Resources, Travel Tips |

New Ways to Travel for the Modern Explorer

New Ways to Travel for the Modern Explorer

The digital age has changed just about everything it touches, and traveling is no different. From the disappearance of travel agents to the rise of “sharing” services like AirBnB, there are new options and opportunities everywhere you look. Of course, not all new ideas are created equal, and along with the genuine innovation and inspiration, it’s easy for a traveler to run afoul of scams set up to snare tech-savvy early adopters. How can you tell the gems from the glass? Here are three new travel helpers that can come to your aid every step of the way: from booking a hotel to getting there from the airport to ensuring you always have a quiet place to come back to and collect yourself.  Book from Your Phone  These days smartphones are all but ubiquitous, and they can be your best friend in a bind every traveler is familiar with: trying to find a hotel room at the last minute. Whether you’re held up by weather, or just need to...

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Posted by on May 25, 2015 in Accommodations, Budget Travel, Extreme Travel, Family Travel, Money and Travel, Travel Europe, Travel Tips |

7 Tips For Travel In Vietnam

7 Tips For Travel In Vietnam

Enticing, exhilarating, sometimes downright chaotic – it is easy to understand Vietnam’s appeal for the travellers. Since a first time visit to any country can be daunting, we share our tips for travel in Vietnam. Visa requirements If you plan to travel to Vietnam, a visa is required. Depending on the purpose of your trip you will either have to apply for a tourist or a business visa. Tourist visa can be valid for 30 or 90 days respectively. For Vietnam visa can be a single entry, a double entry or a multiple entry (for example we would recommend a multiple entry tourist visa if you plan to travel in the region and then re-enter Vietnam). If the purpose of your trip is business, matters are more complicated. If you plan to travel to Vietnam in order to attend a conference or to visit a Vietnamese company, your host will have to contact the Immigration Office of Vietnam on your behalf. Once the business visa is granted, your host...

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Posted by on May 14, 2015 in Extreme Travel, Only The Best, Travel Andorra, Travel Destinations, Travel Europe, Travel Resources, Travel Style, Travel Tips |

My Peaceful Trip To Ordino, An Andorra’s Mountain Village

My Peaceful Trip To Ordino, An Andorra’s Mountain Village

Keep in mind an underdog. Never imagine that you can “do little nations” in a couple of days. Andorra is greater, mightier and more wonderful than I could ever have envisioned. Yes, Andorra is a flat out undermined underdog and I disparaged it big time.In the wake of investigating Escaldes Engordany and the capital city Andorra la Vella, I looked further away from home. I chose to skirt Andorra’s just UNESCO World Heritage Site for an outing to this serene mountain town. Ordino. A mysterious place that knocked my socks off. Getting to Ordino I perceived two principle things about Andorra’s inward transport system: The courses are generally worked out and straightforward. Transports are occasional yet solid and proficient. In light of that I essentially went to a transport stop in Escaldes Engordany and held up for a transport. I could get a couple of transports to Ordino however clearly I simply took the first that came. That was a 6d transport and expense €1.80 for a solitary ticket....

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