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Tips for Women Traveling Alone

Tips for Women Traveling Alone

There are many myths about women traveling alone, some of them are true and some of them are completely wrong. I want to inform every women that is out there that you can do it. Hopefully you will feel inspired and strong after reading this article, and before you know it you´ll find yourself on a plane heading to your dream destination. In September 2013…

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San Blas Islands: Welcome to Panama’s Hidden Paradise

San Blas Islands: Welcome to Panama’s Hidden Paradise

Why you should visit San Blas Islands. San Blas is blessed with an incredible nature and a wild beauty that will capture your eyes immediately. Every island has something different, it can be a palm kissing another palm with their coco’s blending in the sand. A reef that goes around the whole island like a protecting belt, or the sound of nature’s own music. The…

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3 Reasons Why You Might be Moving to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.

3 Reasons Why You Might be Moving to Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.

By: David Treacy So why might you ask could I possibly assume that YOU might be moving to Playa Del Carmen?  Well I really don’t assume that at all actually.  What I do assume however, is that after reading through this article based upon my top 3 discoveries in Playa Del Carmen you may be asking yourself why wouldn’t you be?  My goal here in this article is to…

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11 Travel Necessities for Backpackers

Take a look at our top travel necessities and why they’re important. Seasoned travelers know that over time every backpacker will build their own list of travel necessities. But the question is, where do you start? In this article I cover our top 11 choices for travel necessities to think about bringing with you, before hitting the road. The following is a list of personal…

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Watch your step.  Ecotourism means more than just leaving a footprint.

Watch your step. Ecotourism means more than just leaving a footprint.

Guest Author: Brett Acker – Eco Yucatan Tours.   Ecotourism, or Sustainable Tourism is defined by The International Ecotourism Society (TIES) as “Responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well being of local people.” Local People. Indigenous People. The name given to the original peoples of a land, or a region. They were there first. They adapted to their land,…

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Eco Building off the Grid

Eco Building off the Grid

Guest Author: Brett Acker – Eco Yucatan Tours.   Yucatan’s eco building off grid projects explained The Yucatan of Mexico is a peninsula in the Caribbean Sea, composed greatly of limestone. It is home to the Mayan Culture of Mexico. Our ancestors, the native people of any given land, are the original Eco Builders of their region. Here, Now, in the Yucatan, conscious sustainable eco…

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Free Travel (And Perks) On Credit Card Reward Programs

Free Travel (And Perks) On Credit Card Reward Programs

Author Credit: Alexandra Talty.    Flying around the world for free? Sounds like a pipe dream, but for some budget-minded travelers out there, it is possible. Three experts weigh in on how to make the most out of credit card reward programs. “When you are earning flights or miles, the first thing you should do is have a specific travel goal in mind,” explains Brian…

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7 Reasons You Should Make Coconut Water One of The Top Beverages On Your List

7 Reasons You Should Make Coconut Water One of The Top Beverages On Your List

Author: Karen Foster.   Super low in calories, naturally fat-free and having more potassium than four bananas, coconut water is one of the best electrolyte hydrators in the world. It’s Mother Nature’s sports drink and it is just as effective (or more effective) than any carbo-electrolyte drink on the market. Coconut water has fewer calories, less sodium, and more potassium than any sports drink. Ounce…

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Workaway program is just the ticket for budget travellers

Workaway program is just the ticket for budget travellers

Immerse yourself in food, culture and history of another country without breaking the bank BY RIC MOORE, FOR THE VANCOUVER SUN My sister and brother-in-law volunteered to cover for me at work while I took a four-month sabbatical to climb Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro and following that, a five-day safari with my daughter to the Serengeti. My daughter flew back home and I continued on to…

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How to Travel Without Any Money At All

How to Travel Without Any Money At All

Source Credit: Earth Porn.  One of the easiest ways to travel without money is right in front of you: the internet. You’re using it to see the world (hello everyone!). The tangible way is just too expensive, right? Well, if you’re secretly planning your grand escape into the world, then you should know that it’s possible to travel without any money at all. That’s right:…

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