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Taking time to see the world is sure to be well invested. You can enjoy the scenic views and the numerous sights in the process. However, traveling isn’t cheap, and you may need to be a bit creative in finding ways that will help you save money. This could be the key to being able to see numerous places that you couldn’t have visited otherwise. Being aware of things you can do that will reduce the costs of traveling is sure to be helpful to you. Tip #1: Choosing an RV One of the ideal ways to enjoy life on…

Let’s get the ball rolling for your next summer holiday by checking out 5 of the best ways for you to find the location of your dream holiday. Somewhere you can relax and enjoy your precious time. Think about the details of what makes the perfect holiday you or your family. Ask yourself what you want to gain – weight from great food? an all-over tan? peace and quiet? adventure and activities? cultural discoveries? 1. Holiday Group Consider who is actually going on the holiday. Are you traveling solo, with a friend and partner, a group or family? Solo travelers…

Mumbai, formerly called Bombay, is a densely populated, bustling city on the West coast of India. Here are some tips to help you plan your trip: Get Your Visa Sorted As always when traveling internationally, the first thing you’ll want to take care of is your visa. Luckily, India is a country that doesn’t ask its visitors to jump through too many hoops. In most cases, you can even get your visa for India. Once your visa is sorted, you’ll feel good, and you’ll be able to focus on the more exciting parts of planning your trip! Book Your Hotel……

For many, when they think of an epic road trip, they think of The States. Here’s how to plan your (road) trip of a lifetime: First Things First… If you’re coming from outside of The United States, the first thing you organize should be your visa. For citizens of the 38 countries that participate in the ESTA visa waiver program it couldn’t be easier. The whole process can be done online, and upon completion you’ll be granted 90 days of access to the United States. Apply for US Visa Waiver. Choose your Route The United States is incredibly diverse, so…

Chances are you’ve heard the phrase “digital nomad” by now. It’s one of the biggest and most exciting trends in the business world because it allows professionals to work essentially from anywhere in the world. Being a digital nomad, in theory, means you have the opportunity to work as a successful entrepreneur or in some cases an employee of a company while traveling the world. If you have a love for travel, it can seem like a win-win, but how do you become not just someone who can work from anywhere, but a truly successful digital nomad? Below are some…

Sometimes you have to go back in time to find something great. These three exercises have been around for decades, lost their popularity and now with a recent surge in health and fitness consciousness and people looking for alternatives to the usual hardcore fitness regimens, they are more popular than ever. 1950s – Hula-hoop Hula-hooping consists of spinning a plastic hoop around your waist, while gyrating your hips to keep it in place.  This 1950s craze used to be but, is no longer just for kids. Hula-hooping, or “hooping,” has been recognized as a great cardio workout with an ability…

Want to go on holiday to Europe this year, but have no idea where to visit? In this short article, we will suggest a few places that will fill your time in the Old World with memories. Switzerland Obviously, the Alps are on nearly everyone’s bucket list and the impeccable times to visit them are late into summer and early springtime. Switzerland is home to many festivals, also. One of the most famous is Lucerne Festival of Classical Music. In the Italian-speaking part of the country, the Ticino, the Locarno International Film Festival is one not to miss in early…