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Top 5 Money-Wasting Don’ts When Touring Abroad

Have you dreamed about your perfect vacation to Tahiti, Italy, maybe Japan? Everyone has but there is something keeping dream vacations as wishful thinking – money. The average cost of a 12-night international trip is $3,251 or $271 per-day. However, you can still travel at a cheaper cost! Cut down daily spending with your dream vacation by avoiding what not to waste your money on! Don’t Wine and Dine Every Day Eating out and drinking is fairly expensive. You can easily save money on food by following these tips: Order pay-by-weight food in realistic portions Eat at local restaurants rather than big food chains Drink during happy hour Eat leftovers for meals If safe, drink tap water instead of beverages...

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3 Dynamite Travel Backpacks You Want While Traveling

Your travel gear will be one of the most important items you take with you while traveling – particularly your backpack. The backpack you decide to take with you should have snazzy features that not only look upscale but are also useful for you. Look at three top travel backpacks you must consider before leaving!  Outlander Packable Handy Lightweight Travel Hiking Backpack Traveling means having to carry many personal items while you are out and about. Your backpack needs to accommodate this while not breaking your back. This travel bag can do this for you with crackerjack features like: Multiple Compartments: Several pockets allow you to store and organize your mobile device, wallet and other personal items – an internal...

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Security Simplified: This Method Of Packing Makes Airport Security A Breeze

A necessary evil of traveling in a post 911 era are the many security hurdles that travelers have to endure on their way through the airport. To minimize the amount of time that you have to spend in line and the hassle of being pulled aside, or, worse, having things confiscated, use this method of packing so that you won’t put up any red flags that will have you stepping aside for a second look. Don’t ever take more than need be Think realistically about what you need to carry on the plane and what you don’t need until you are at your destination. Checking your bags might be an additional cost, but to be free to go through security...

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5 Items You Need Within Reach When Flying With A Fussy Baby

Traveling with a baby is difficult, period. Whether it is across town or across the world, no matter how much you plan, inevitably, something unexpected will pop up. A parent’s job is not easy. In fact, it is about the hardest and most important position there is. If you intend to go on a trip that involves an airplane, there are things that you can do to minimize the hurdles of handling a fussy baby. Prevention is the key to success in traveling with a baby. So, before you hop onboard, make sure that you have these five items to soothe a fussy baby. #1 A charged device - If you have a little one that can be distracted by...

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5 Travel Accessory No-No’s To Keep You From Being A Rude Flyer

Everyone’s sat next to a rude or inconsiderate person on a flight. Whether they sprawl their legs across the aisle like Columbus crossing the Atlantic, or sleep on your shoulder like a bearded baby, they’re all annoying. No one wants to be uncomfortable when they fly, and no one wants to make others uncomfortable when they fly. So how do you reconcile your comfort, with that of the people around you? Fortunately, mobile accessories like the ones you can find on NCURV.com can help you do just that. Still, there are some portable accessories that can have the exact opposite effect. So, here’s a list of 5 travel gear blunders that could wind up making you into everyone’s least favorite...

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