Travel Tips

The Best Travel Tips and Advice

Planning a trip can be overwhelming… Just trying to decide on a place to go is hard enough, let alone picking a place to stay, finding the right flights and what to pack.

After all my years of travel I have put together some of my best insider tips on how to find the cheapest flights, book the best places to stay and my packing tips to ensure you don’t forget anything, but yet don’t over pack.

Women with yellow backpack looking at Mnt. Batur, Bali

Best Women’s Lightweight Backpack

These days, there are so many options on the internet for any product you may need. Sometimes it can feel overwhelming to choose something when you have so much to browse through. When it comes to backpacks, it’s a decision that doesn’t come lightly. A good backpack will last you a long time and will

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Mexico Packing List: 33 Items not to forget

Mexico Packing List: 33 Items not to forget Mexico is a beautiful country full of lush green jungles, cenotes, and picturesque coastlines. Its serene beauty makes it a true tropical paradise. Mexico is a great place to go on unforgettable adventures searching for cenotes or zip-lining through the jungle. It’s also a great place to

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How to pack like a minimalist

How to pack like a minimalist

Why can some travelers take only a 40L bag to travel for a week but you will need two 40inch suitcases? Carrying too much to travel may not be an issue until you need to run to catch a train, or carry the heavy bags to climb the stairs to reach your hotel room. I

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Women with Day Backpack

Best Budget Ultralight Backpack under $50

There are many great backpacks on the market and picking one can be a super daunting task. A good backpack is made to last and costs enough money that some thought goes into the decision and ultimately into the one you choose to purchase. Luckily, we are here to help you narrow down the never-ending

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Car driving with Scenic View

Best Driving Tips for France

If you’re visiting France and plan to do some road-tripping, then there are some things you should learn before you jump in the car and put the pedal to the metal. Of course, it’s always possible to get around France by bus, train, or even plane, but sometimes renting a car and getting out on

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