You have packed your bags, travelled to the airport, checked in and boarded your flight. You are just about to start your fun holiday abroad when you realise your luggage has been lost in transit. What do you do now?
There are methods that you can implement to prevent losing your baggage:
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We had just arrived to the city with no idea how to find a bus to our final destination of Sarande, in the south of Albania.…Continue
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Plan to visit New York City soon if you are you probably already have a number of places on your must see list. You might want to see Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty tour or several others of the hundreds of attractions in New York. There is one…Continue
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Just added a new post to my EdWorld Blog, about Thai Food.Continue
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BORACAY ISLAND QUICK GUIDE. As I get on the plane from Manila to Boracay, the Philippines’ paradise tourist resort, the bad weather seems to haunt me. I’ve rented a room there already, if nothing else so at least a way of getting away from the hawkers at the airport. Not much of an airport, by the way: A short cement strip along the ocean, mountains on one side, sea on the other. The lads unload…Continue
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The Dominican Republic is a popular year round holiday destination for holiday makers. With pure white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters it really is a paradise. However the Dominican Republic is also rich in history and has many exciting sites and places to visit. Here are the 5 best places to see on a vacation to the Dominican Republic.
1. The Manati Park is located inland from Punta Cana and has an abundance of marine life and wildlife to see. Visitors have the chance to swim…Continue
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I've been focussing on using a Eurail pass in posts of late, but here is how to choose the best way to get around Europe:
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Locating that trip, that a person has been dreaming of since they can’t remember when, can be made unbelievably affordable and without losing the fun by just following a few simple tips. A person will need to figure out where they want to go before they even start planning. Locating a specific place helps one come up with a tentative plan that is logical and effective.
Research is the best asset that everyone has and can use to get that perfect cheap trip. By using the…Continue
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I thought you might like to read this post - forewarned is forearmed!
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Walking down the 5th Avenue turned out to be our daily exercise: it doesn’t matter where we start but, one thing we keep for sure, it ends in the 5th Avenue!
This day couldn’t be different – the Empire State Building was waiting for our visit… and we were DREAMING about it…
…opposite to what we thought, as we get closer to this mythical skyscraper, we lose the sense of its shape and magnificence but, nothing like getting…Continue
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…something that you can’t leave behind in a visit to the ‘Big Apple‘ is, precisely, its green spot: Central Park with its four miles long and nearly one in width! …and, there are so many ways to start the visit: the touristic way – managing through the5th Avenue or Columbus Circle – the cultural way – with the amazing Guggenheimand the Metropolitan as landmarks – and there’s, also,…Continue
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When we take a closer look to New York‘s city map, we can observe how different cultures and ethnies are spread in it, like a living melting pot: from ‘latinos’ to Indus, from Koreans to Africans, every neighborhood has a different sound, dresses a different color and… offers a different taste! A sensorial travel that only here – and without bags and ‘check-ins’ – we could experience!
For this reason, we save our day to…Continue
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The Audiotravels - episodes are also available via the I-Tunes-Store. You can download them for free at:…Continue
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Final in my three part series on Eurail passes - how to avoid wasting money and get the most out of your pass!
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