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Indie Travel in Egypt for $35 Per Day

Indie Travel in Egypt for $35 Per Day

Even the most disengaged student was impressed when the history lesson turned to the Ancient Pyramids, and getting a chance to visit them is on many travelers’ bucket lists. But there’s much more to Egypt than the pyramids, and Paris Marx is here to offer a guide to getting the most out of your trip to this amazing and unique country.

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The Realities of a Location Independent Life

The Realities of a Location Independent Life

Are you considering making the leap to a Location Independent career? Lusting over those “at the beach with laptop” photos circulating annoyingly on Facebook? Jenn Miller and her husband are well into their sixth year of full time travel, working as they go. She’s sharing some of the realities of what it means to work on the road.

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8 Tips to Automate Your Finances For Travel

8 Tips to Automate Your Finances For Travel

No one likes to miss paying a bill, and when you’re on the road, staying on top of your finances can be difficult. By taking these 8 steps to automate your life, you are setting yourself to make travel much easier.

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Should You Add Israel to Your Trip Itinerary?

Should You Add Israel to Your Trip Itinerary?

Despite the number of Israeli travelers making their way around the world, there are comparatively few who put this small nation on their travel itinerary. And yet, the country is thick with history, culture, and contemporary places to party. Jo Fitzsimons explains why Israel and the Palestinian Territories should be on the backpacking trail.

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One Family’s Journey to Full Time Travel

One Family’s Journey to Full Time Travel

Seven years into open-ended world travel, Jenn Miller shares a secret: She never meant to travel long-term. Jenn shares the plans, hard work, and serendipities that transformed their one year journey into an epic adventure of a lifetime.

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#JustOneRhino – Save Rhinos and Win Prizes

#JustOneRhino – Save Rhinos and Win Prizes

Travelers Building Change is raffling off over $30,000 in awesome prizes to those that donate as little as $20 to their #JustOneRhino campaign – which is raising money for Rhinos Without Borders and helping save the critically endangered rhino population.

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HSP and World Travel

HSP and World Travel

Do you feel overwhelmed by crowds, noise, and instability? Are you jumpy and a worrier? Kelly O’Laughlin shares tips on how you can travel the world successfully when you are highly sensitive to your surroundings.

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Confessions of a Reformed Spender

Confessions of a Reformed Spender

I once read that saving money is a lot like getting in shape–it’s not enough to swap a salad for a pizza slice here and there, you really have to commit and just choose to eat healthy and visit the gym. Saving money for travel is similar in that you have to choose to save money and put your purchases into perspective. Although I am a reformed spender (who occasionally relapses with the impulse purchase at Duane Reade) these tricks have come a long way in helping me save for my adventure.

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Traveling with Friends

Traveling with Friends

All too often I have heard people lament their group of friends for letting their travel plans fall through due to getting “complicated.” I have found that planning a group trip is more manageable when tackled in parts rather than all at once. Consider this your guide.

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Pros and Cons of a Gap Year

Pros and Cons of a Gap Year

Have you pondered taking a gap year to travel? Lauren Fitzpatrick from Go Overseas is here to outline the pros and cons to help you make the most informed decision.

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5 Best Spots to Volunteer in Asia

5 Best Spots to Volunteer in Asia

Overwhelmed by all the volunteering possibilities in Asia? Let Hannah from Go Overseas, an expert at volunteering abroad, narrow down the options with these 5 incredible opportunities.

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Six Steps to Build a RTW Itinerary with Emirates

Creating a round the world trip itinerary can be frustrating, challenging and exhausting. But it doesn’t need to be. Follow some simple rules, and you can be jetting off to your dream destinations while earning yourself rewards that you can use to treat yourself to flight upgrades, future holidays or indulgent experiences.

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Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

The famous sites like Machu Picchu, the Salt Flats, Patagonia, and Iguazu Falls get all the hype, but there are plenty of beach destinations in South America to add to your gap year itinerary. Hannah Long outlines four of the best.

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Why You Should Add the Middle East to Your Big Trip

Why You Should Add the Middle East to Your Big Trip

If you pay attention to the news at all, we are told to fear the Middle East. Why don’t we instead listen to someone who has actually been to the region as a traveler? Paris Marx shows us there’s a lot for travelers to discover, safely, if you quit listening to the fear mongering.

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How Long-Term Travel Made Me a Better Parent

How Long-Term Travel Made Me a Better Parent

Jenn Miller steps outside th Mommy Wars to share how travel has made her a better parent

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28 Ways to Save Money for Your Big Trip

28 Ways to Save Money for Your Big Trip

Saving up funds for a big trip can be challenging, yet people who are serious about traveling are always pulling it off. Katie Hammel has collected 28 expert ideas, and even doing just a few of these will go a long way.

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10 Reasons to Embrace Budget Travel

10 Reasons to Embrace Budget Travel

Have you ever felt limited by your travel budget? Jenni Mahnaz offers a new perspective on budget travel and identifies the benefits traveling on a budget can create.

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The Female Guide to Traveling Solo in Muslim Countries

The Female Guide to Traveling Solo in Muslim Countries

Many brave female travelers shy away from travel in Muslim or Arab-influenced countries because of the intimidating travel advice and horror stories in guide books and the internet. Stephanie Pelser tells you why you should go and gives tips on how to have a harassment-free trip.

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Avoiding the American Cliche Destinations

Avoiding the American Cliche Destinations

Jenn Miller encourages you to up your game by resisting the tried and true American cliche destinations and branching out a bit. Why not swap Mexico for Guatemala or Costa Rica, the Czech Republic or Ukraine for the usual Euro round up, or the cayes of the barrier reef off of Belize instead of that Caribbean cruise? Better yet, take that brand new passport and do something bad ass, like over landing Borneo or attending a Bedouin festival that no one else does. Get out of your travel rut.

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A Practical Guide to Planning a Short RTW

A Practical Guide to Planning a Short RTW

How much time do you have for a RTW trip? What do you have to consider in order to plan your adventure? Stacey Ebert has traveled on both a long and short RTW and shares her planning logistics for a short nine-week journey around the world.

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The White House Travel Bloggers Summit

The White House Travel Bloggers Summit

Jenn Miller responds to the White House’s study abroad initiative. She discusses why it’s a good start, but not enough, and she introduces the Travel Access Project. TAP combines education and travel in a way that is truly unique for each student and accessible for everyone.

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