Category Archives: Adventure

Over the last decade, there have been many changes in US policy towards Cuba. Some refer to it as one step forward and two steps back; however, I like to say it is like the chachacha. The one truth is Americans can still travel to Cuba from the US in 2020 without going through a.
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4 Reasons to Move Abroad

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Moving abroad is a huge decision. Moving your whole life into a new place that is foreign to you can be incredibly scary and thrilling at the same time.  With such a huge decision it can be difficult to know whether or not to take the plunge. There are many reasons why you might consider.
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Travelling is an adventure where a lot of people learn new things and expand their view of the world. Visiting different places and experiencing their culture teaches us lessons that we can cherish in this lifetime. Here are some amazing places to see wildlife that you may not have thought of: 1.Farne Islands (England) This.
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After you go the extra mile and work your fingers to the bone at work, you deserve to enjoy a nice and relaxing getaway alone. This will help you enjoy, relax, and get to know more about what is going on in your life. Here are some of the relaxing getaways you can enjoy alone..
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Photo credit: CanvasPrintersOnline Memories of your travels will last for a lifetime, but photos are easier to share with family and friends. However, taking these great photos requires some preparations. Having the right equipment is essential-taking some extra batteries could save a lot of frustrations in the wild. A few early starts may be critical.
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Although a good night’s sleep in your own bed or a plush hotel’s bed is nice, there really aren’t experiences as good as the views while camping, the night sky from camp, or the splendid surprises of Mother Nature. When planning your next getaway, try camping with this tips from Mark Rogers who is currently.
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How to Avoid Road Trip Disasters

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When planning a road trip, I always recommend that you pack your patience and flexibility hat. Road trips are some of the best times I’ve had traveling, but also there have been some pretty large hiccups, hurdles, and obstacles along the way. That’s why I asked my buddy and peer travel writer, Jason Barton, who.
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