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3 Epic Days Hiking in the Mountains of Nikko

I’m Jacob Laukaitis, a 21-year-old digital nomad who’s already been to more than 35 countries in the last almost 3 years. I enjoy making travel videos and sharing them with the world. Here’s my newest one from my hike in Nikko, Japan. Nikko is located a few hundred kilometers north of Tokyo. It’s a town next to a national park that’s also called Nikko National Park. The national park is

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Eyewear options for frequent travelers: which one is right for you?

International travel has arguably never been as popular as it is today. Only a few generations ago, visiting foreign countries on the other side of the world would seem impossibly glamorous and prohibitively expensive for all but a few. Today, with the rise in popularity of budget airlines and online platforms for finding the best deal, the world seems smaller than ever, and increasing numbers of people now enjoy the

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Visit Turkey in 2016

It’s hard to find a destination which offers the culture, history, and architecture you’ll find in Turkey. Straddling both Europe and Asia, this is a country which has been historically and strategically important since the days of Julius Caesar. For those who like to eat, you can’t go wrong with Turkey. Turks see eating as a time to catch up with family and friends, and with dishes like baklava, you

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Why you should Visit Denver

While many people are planning trips to Miami and New York, anyone who is looking for something a little different should ensure that their next trip is to Denver. Denver, Colorado is often a stepping-off point for those who want to ski in Vale and Aspen, but the city is so much more than a place to stop on the way to somewhere else. Here are some reasons why you

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Great ways to stay connected when travelling

Going on holiday used to be about escaping the daily routine of home life to explore fantastic new countries. However, with the advent of the internet, things have become a little more complicated. Now there is a greater need than ever to stay connected with your friends and families via your mobile devices so that you can keep them updated on your holiday exploits. However, there can be costs and

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Affordable, Bustling & Cultured: The World’s Cheapest Cities for Long Term Travel

Whether it is for business or just an extended holiday, there are many affordable cities around the world that are ideal for long-term travel. These places offer affordable living in addition to great opportunities for sightseeing and getting familiar with a new culture. Whether you prefer proximity to outdoor activities or fast-paced urban living, anyone can find a great place to stay during their long-term travels. Chiang Mai, Thailand Situated

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Save money: Combine several US city breaks in to one multi centre trip

America is an amazingly diverse country – and truth be told, it would probably take months and months to get to visit at least a bit of every fabulous place they have in this country. For those of you living outside of the US, travelling here may seem like a costly affair, especially if you want to get to see more than one place. Of course, it may not be

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Counting down the days …

You might think that being organised is dedicated to those with clipboards, sticky notes, and tick-lists, but if you stick to that viewpoint you could be missing out on a few important areas! When it comes to travel, being organised is the only way to make sure you get to where you need to be, when you need to be there, and you get the best deals along the way

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How to Avoid Blowing your Budget while Traveling in the UK

Many people mistakingly believe that travel in the UK is expensive. However there are plenty of ways to avoid blowing your budget, and see the UK on the cheap, without resorting to eating baked beans out of a can. Here are some ways to travel cheaply in the UK: Go in the off-season Try to avoid traveling during the Christmas period, school vacation, and peak times such as the middle

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Where are the expats going?

The world is becoming more and more international. The Internet has broken a lot of barriers and made it even easier to live an international lifestyle. One of my biggest concerns about becoming an expat was my concerns about how I would keep in touch with friends and family back home. With things such as Skype and Whataspp, it’s easier than ever to keep in touch. It’s not the same

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