When shopping for the travelling friend that loves the latest technology or if you are shopping for yourself (hint, hint) here is an easy shopping guide of twelve great tech gifts for the traveller in your life.
So, whether your idea of a vacation is playing in a city that never sleeps, riding a horse along the open range, hanging ten on a surfboard, or drinking in a Biergarten; one of these fabulous destinations is sure to give the solo traveller the reboot needed while creating fun and lasting memories.
Travel can be pricey unless you utilise all the tricks up your sleeve. As a “Calculated Traveller,” the biggest trick I have up MY sleeves is to take advantage of “shoulder season” if you are looking to save on travel.
The world is a grand adventure just waiting for you to explore. Don’t let fear hold you back from exploring it; with a little preparation and some additional protection, you’ll feel safe and secure wherever you go.
Cruise ship port terminals are often just pit stops for you to catch your excursion bus or taxi to tour you around the island, but sometimes in a case like Belize City, the Cruise Port is the destination!
Like many people, I always try to use coupons to save money when I’m at home. Typically I use coupons for groceries, but lately, I’ve used them for the “extras” in life such as facials, manicures and for dining out at restaurants.
BUT have you thought about using coupons when you travel?
I’m not the first to say this nor will I be the last, but travelling with kids isn’t easy. Their safety is always a top priority when we travel but when you’re in the middle of the Caribbean or on the West Coast of Canada without your familiar car and car seats/boosters, what do you do? Often the answer is you improvise – borrowing a friend’s old booster, or using the regular seatbelt in a local taxi.