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22 Tips For Traveling With A Baby/Toddler

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(Traveler #3’s first time on the beach in Hawaii at 4 months old)

It’s already December!  Where has the time gone?  I’ve been so busy preparing for Traveler #4’s arrival and then now attending to Traveler #4 AND Traveler #3 that I have had zero time to do anything else.  Here’s the public service announcement for the day: Do not move when you’re 8 months pregnant.  Don’t even THINK about moving. … Read more >>

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Things You Should Know Before Visiting Cape Verde

An up-and-coming alternative to the Canaries, Cape Verde is made up of around a dozen islands in the Atlantic. In spite of its small size, this is a destination that promises diversity, with something to appeal to every kind of traveler. Here are some things you’ll want to know before you go:

Each island is totally different

Every island in the archipelago boasts a distinct landscape and an individual … Read more >>

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Guest Post: Budget Travel to Singapore

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Budget travel may not be the easiest choice in today’s world, and even more so in Singapore. Despite the thriving economy of the over 5 million people, life in Singapore can be costlier than you suspect. In fact, GDP estimates show that each Singaporean earns over $80,000 annually, which is enough money to drive up prices for essential goods and services. Still, if your dream is to visit Singapore but … Read more >>

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Travel Tip Tuesday: Worldwide Travel Plugs

Quick tip of the day: Always research the type of plug that’s in use in the country you’re planning on visiting before you go on the trip.  Then, pick up a travel adaptor so you’ll be able to connect your electronics once you’re abroad.  Personally, I haven’t had very good luck with converters (they always break on me) so I never use them, but with just a few travel adapters, … Read more >>

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Infographic: How To Travel In Europe Like A Local

I stumbled across this infographic and thought the tips were worth sharing whether you’re planning to go to Europe or you consider yourself half European at this point.  :) Plus, with the dollar so strong now, if you haven’t planned a trip Europe yet, you should!

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Your Guide To Solo Female Cruising

For a woman travelling on her own, ocean cruises might be the ideal option for a holiday. Solo travel can be daunting, and it’s important to ensure you’re going to be safe while you’re sightseeing. You also want to have an amazing time and see as much as you can and that’s why a cruise might be the best choice! To help you make your mind up, here are some … Read more >>

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