Common travel problems to prepare for

Travel is not without its own fair share of challenges you must overcome so that you and your friends or family can enjoy themselves as much as possible. From stresses related to delays to language barriers, to even troubles with getting lost, a lot of the travel mishaps you can expect to face when traveling can be avoided simply by preparing. Start this preparation by following this guide so that the next time misfortune follows your...

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8 Ways to Stay Entertained on Long Journeys

Long journeys soon get boring, don’t they? Whether you’re on a plane, bus, or train, there’s something about travelling that makes the time drag. It’s even worse if you’re travelling somewhere that you’re really excited about – this is when you want time to go quickly! If you’ve got one of these dreaded long journeys coming up, you may well be hunting for ideas for what to do with this seemingly wasted time. Well, it doesn’t have to...

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Advice for Travel In Hot Countries 

Traveling can be extremely tiring (and thrilling) at the best of times, and throw in very warm temperatures and high humidity, and you’ve got yourself a recipe for heat exhaustion and seriously sweaty experience. Some heat disorders can be reasonably minor and are more irritating than anything else, like rashes, fainting, swelling of the hands, feet, and legs, and also muscle cramps. Some, however, are more troubling and are best...

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how to travel comfortably

When thinking of the nomadic lifestyle, most people immediately draw associations with spartan living conditions, only sticking to the bare essentials at every step of the way. That’s not how things work though, at least for those who value having an attractive environment and know what it takes to keep it that way. You can actually do a lot to make your mobile lifestyle a comfortable and personalized one, although you will obviously...

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How to make the most of every country

The joy of being a digital nomad is the increased ability to travel slowly. Slow travel is economically, environmentally, and socially the best way to travel, and if you have managed to detach yourself from responsibilities back home and can make an income wherever you are situated, then you are all ready to start your slow travel journey.  The crux of slow travel is that instead of staying in hostels or hotels, you rent your own...

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The 8 best ways to live sustainably while travelling

It’s something we have repeatedly heard on the news: using plastic is damaging our planet, and it needs to be curbed. Unfortunately, this material has found its way into our everyday lives, and even more so when we take to the open road. It appears in everything from our personal care routine to meals out and even how we plan to travel. The good news is that companies worldwide are starting to pay attention and beginning to assess how...

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Best family travel advice

One way to create a stronger bond with the people you love is to escape on a family trip somewhere fun and exciting you’ll all appreciate. It’s a good idea to think in advance about what it’ll take to make sure your travel experience is smooth and memorable. Be proactive and view this project as a chance for you to bring everyone together and simply relax and enjoy spending time away from your jobs and schoolwork. Don’t put too much...

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Easiest ways to save money on flights

The nomadic lifestyle has a huge number of benefits, but one of the costs that can often hit you where it hurts is the travel itself. It’s all well and good being where you want to be, but how do you get the best prices for where you want to go? Luckily, online travel agency Opodo have released their findings on the best time to book flights, and you may be more than a little surprised by some of the potential savings available. Not...

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Advice for travel in Europe 2018

Europe is known for being one of the most magical place in the world, with a vibrant culture and rich history that enchants people from across the globe to visit in swathes every year. It is a place that people come to when they want to lie across luxurious, white beaches, see Gothic cities, and to hike through the mountainous terrain. In any case, the tourist spots are often overrun by people, and even though they may be better than...

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The Modern-Day Grand Tour

From the mid-17th century until the end of the 18th century, well-to-do young men would travel around Europe after completing their university education. The idea was to expand their knowledge of life and other cultures and experience the history and landscapes of the extraordinary European continent. It was also a good way for youths to let down their hair away from the watchful eye of English society, and much drinking, gambling and...

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