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June 16, 2017
Guide to Mastering Bus Travel in Argentina - Seat Types & Bus Companies

If you’re considering to or have traveled to Argentina you’ve probably noticed that getting around the country is very expensive by flying. Argentina is a massive country. It’s the third largest country in the Southern hemisphere and stretches 2,268 miles from its northern tip down to its southern tip and up to 889 miles wide. […]

February 10, 2017
The Best Day Trips From Vienna Austria - Something for Every Kind of Traveler

If you plan to spend several days exploring Vienna, Austria and want to venture outside the city there are plenty of great options within reach. Whether you want to escape to the mountains for hiking or relax in the wine country and try local wines---there is something for everyone. Best Day Trips From Vienna Vienna […]

February 6, 2017
How to Hack Dynamic Pricing to Get the Best Travel Deals

We've all been there. You go back to purchase the flight you’ve been comparing...and it’s higher. Yes, it may be that you just missed the deal. But with airlines and hotel’s use of dynamic pricing the rate given to you may differ based on whether you have visited and searched for airfare or accommodation on […]

April 14, 2015
3 Best Travel Bags For Any Kind Of Traveler

I'm particular when it comes to buying gear, especially luggage. I’d rather spend a little extra and buy a piece of luggage that will last and not break at the most inopportune moment on a trip. With that in mind there are several bags that I have found work perfectly for almost all travel occasions--from […]

December 8, 2014
Hotel Review: Tupungato Divino Wine Hotel - Valle de Uco, Argentina

If you're planning a trip to Argentina’s wine country, sooner or later you will probably hear of a place known as Valle de Uco. Over the last 20 years, Valle de Uco in Mendoza province has steadily been growing within the wine industry and now produces some of the best Malbecs in the world. Located […]

December 7, 2014
Hotel Review: Posada Salentein - Valle de Uco, Argentina

To wine lovers, Mendoza, Argentina is known for it's production of great Malbec wine. Throughout the province there are vineyards and wineries that are internationally renowned and some of them even offer relaxing lodging right on the vineyard. Around the city of Mendoza, there are three wine districts---Maipu, Chacras del Choria and Valle de Uco. As a […]

August 11, 2014
Traveling Sapa, Vietnam: What To Do, See, And Eat

Thus far on my three month month journey across Southeast Asia I have explored Bangkok, traveled across Cambodia, and toured the coastline of Vietnam. My last stop was in Sapa, Vietnam where I spent five days and found the small mountain town enjoyable and incredibly beautiful. From the cooler temperatures, the stunning local cultures, to accommodations and […]

February 18, 2014
Tips for How to Choose the Best Hostel While Traveling

Once you realize that you can’t book all of your stays using rewards, the next best option for budget travels is staying at hostels. If you’re like us, you’re going to look for the cheapest option, but how do you know that you are choosing a quality hostel and you won't be stuck with a […]

October 23, 2013
Why I Love Signing up for Credit Card Offers

As I get ready to pull the trigger on another round of credit card applications I can't help but to think of the reasons for exactly why I love signing up for credit card bonuses. After all it's not just for the sake of earning hundreds of thousands of airline miles and hotel points. So, […]

October 8, 2013
How To Use Google to Look Up Flight Info to Book Awards

One of my favorite ways to look up flight information when researching the routing for a trip is by searching google. It's quick and dirty, and returns spot on results for even the most obscure airports. If you know the airport codes a simple search will pull up flight numbers, days of the week the […]

August 2, 2013
Pegasus Airline Offers Budget Travel within Turkey and Europe

Pegasus Airlines is a budget airline that connects Turkey to its European neighbors like the more popular competition RyanAir. It hasn’t received much attention by travelers looking for budget flights within Europe, but it does provide some options that can save travel time and money. It’s been around since 1990, but didn’t offer frequent flights […]

June 5, 2013
How to Choose the Right Backpack for Your Trip

Backpacks differ in quality, durability, functionality, size and weight so picking a pack simply because it looks good is can end up being a huge mistake. For one, a good pack is an investment, and second, you don’t want to have to lug around a big, uncomfortable backpack traveling through cities, countries or trails that […]

April 15, 2013
Finding the Best Travel Coverage for your Trip

Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter or Facebook! Just like any medical or auto insurance you normally have in the states, having the protection of travel insurance can be just as important when traveling abroad. Travel insurance is not one-size-fits all so it’s important that you purchase insurance based on your personal needs in case of an […]

February 6, 2013
Airline Fees Explained and How to Avoid Them

What happened to the day where we can just purchase a ticket for a set price? You know, a ticket with no add-ons and no extra fees. No one likes to pay extra airline fees. From luggage fees to ticket changing fees, we are going cover some of the most loathed airline fees that are […]

January 17, 2013
Explained: South American Visas and Reciprocity Fees

Many South American countries impose a visa or ‘reciprocity fee’ when visiting the country. If you plan on visiting several countries, these fees can take a toll on your budget--especially if it is a family trip. There are potentially several ways to avoid these fees altogether that I will go into depth on below. The […]

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