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As many around the globe are thinking about heading to a tropical destination for Spring Break, I, too, took a looksy at my favorite playground, the Caribbean. I have done some major adventures in Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, the Abacos, and the Dominican Republic; however, I have yet to discover Antigua or lesser.
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As an adventurer with many good times as well as good stories of misadventures under my belt, I wanted to share with you five tried and true secrets to happiness for adventurers. The happy campers get all the notoriety, but not any longer. Move on over; it’s time for the Happy Adventurers. 1. Do a.
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Happy Anniversary Ms Traveling Pants! Since 2008, it has been quite an adventure. With now nearly three hundred posts of good times and good stories, this adventure travel blog has grown. This year alone, I have added many places, activities, and feathers in my hat. Hiked the Kalalau Trail on the NaPali Coast of Kauai.
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Although the title states suitcase, this could go for backpack, trunk, or whatever type of travel bag you use. I’ve used them all, including leaving on a trip for a weekend with a carry-on and having it turn into five months. Regardless of the length or type of trip, there are definitely challenges when living.
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Having stayed in five different hotels in the last three weeks, I must say that I was fortunate to miss the bed bugs (as you know my affinity to bugs and my reactions), but I did sleep tight! From California to the Carolinas to Jersey and Costa Rica one thing was for sure: In ALL.
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Traveling with the Threat of a Pandemic

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This week I took my third trip since the outbreak and onslaught of news regarding Swine Flu; however, this time it was a little different as I was leaving the United States and heading to Costa Rica. Upon entering Costa Rica not only did we have to fill out the customary forms, but also a.
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Traveling for Work Part 2

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As a continuation of my last post, I thought I would share a more complete list of my travel for work tips…. 1) Always get an aisle seat on the plane (plenty of leg room, no need to disturb others to go to the bathroom, but you made have a bruised elbow or stubbed toes.
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As the third and final installment in the good, the bad, and the ugly series, I wanted to mention a story from a trip to Costa Rica. I write this in route from a cold, February New York City business trip where I reminisced about this specific trip with a good friend and travel companion..
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