How to Plan an Eco-Friendly RTW Trip: 9 Destinations to Go Green

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From bobbing along the Amazon in a hammock and exploring riverside villages by longboat, to volunteering with wildlife preservation groups or sleeping in an igloo village, these nine locations are top of the list for those planning an eco-friendly RTW trip.

Tips on Career Travel Breaks From a Seasoned Breaker

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If the long hours with no overtime and only two weeks’ vacation have gotten to you, it may be time to consider taking some time for yourself on a career break to complete the trip you have always dreamed of. Take some advice from a teacher who has been fortunate enough to plan a “career break” every summer, to plan the best vacation experience for you to finally take time for yourself.

Should You Quit Your Job to Travel in a Still Uncertain Economy?

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The economy still sucks, but at least you have a job. Adam Seper is here to tell you why you should quit that job and take off on an extended trip. Crazy? Maybe not.

The Ultimate Guide to Booking Adventure Tours Around the World

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When going on an adventure tour, there is a lot to consider. Adam Seper is here to help you choose the right company, ask the right questions, pack the right gear, and even gives tips for dealing with “that guy” in your group.

How To Prevent Hawkers and Touts From Spoiling Your Travels

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Hawkers, touts and tuk-tuk drivers. In some parts of the world, legions of them await, ready to haggle travelers into submission. Tom Shuttleworth loads up on patience and heads out to pave the way for smoother travels.

It’s Time to Meet, Plan, Go

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Meet, Plan, Go is a nationwide event with the goal of making the “gap year” concept a common one in North America. BootsnAll is proud to be a media sponsor of the event, to be held in 13 cities on September 14, 2010.

Around the World in 42 Days With No Luggage:The No Baggage Challenge

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Many travelers talk about the importance of packing light. The standard opinion is that traveling with a smaller amount of luggage means less waiting in lines to check bags, less waiting at the baggage claim to retrieve your bag (that is, if it wasn’t lost along the way), no extra fees for checked bags, and […]

RTW – Don’t Waste Your Time

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RTW means “Return To Work”! That’s all it’s about, do the ‘trip’ then get back to your life! Graham Phoenix looks at why you should travel.

Stimulating But Stressful – Easing Travel Transitions

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Travelers love the challenge and adrenalin rush that adventures to foreign and exotic lands provide, but often forget that transitions take their toll when jet lagged, exhausted, and stressed. Get helpful tips on easing these transitions to get the most out of travel experiences.

Moving On: How To Tell You’ve Been In One Place Too Long

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Like a disproportionate percentage of males worldwide, Fraser Balaam has an inherent fear of commitment. If you too don’t fancy ‘settling’ on the road, take care to notice the signs that you’ve been in one place too long.