• Traveling: How to Pack a Professional First Aid Kit

    Traveling: How to Pack a Professional First Aid Kit0

    If you are planning on traveling outside of metropolitan areas, taking an emergency first aid kit is a wise decision. Accidents do happen, and you want to be prepared in case you are unable to get help immediately. A generalized medical kit is fine, but you should go ahead and personalize it with any medications

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  • 5 Ways To Find Yourself By Travelling the Globe

    5 Ways To Find Yourself By Travelling the Globe0

    Do you want to find yourself by travelling the globe? If you do, then the below five places are where you should go. Melbourne, Australia Melbourne, Australia, is a great place to find yourself, especially if you are worried about language barriers. Australia is an English speaking country, and there are quite a few beaches

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  • My Favorite Things to do in the Virgin Islands

    My Favorite Things to do in the Virgin Islands0

    When I went to the Virgin Islands, I loved everything about it. I enjoyed certain activities more than others. Below are my favorite activities I did while in the Virgin Islands. 1. Virgin Islands National Park The Virgin Island National Park is over 7,000 acres of fun. The park has many fun activities to do,

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  • Scape vacation rut with a volunteer vacation

    Scape vacation rut with a volunteer vacation0

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    • September 2, 2015

    While there are many perks to vacationing, there are at least two great things which get our get-away adrenaline pumping. To begin, age is never a factor. Everybody loves finding special places to go and interesting things to do. The second is creating a vacation that doesn’t cost a fortune! Embarking on the possibilities of

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  • Critical Tips On Staying Safe in South Africa

    Critical Tips On Staying Safe in South Africa0

    South Africa is notorious for being a hazardous destination due to the high crime rate. A study carried out by the United Nations Office on Drugs, and Crime in 2012 revealed that the country had a yearly intentional homicide rate of 30 deaths per every 100,000 locals. As indicated by a post by BBC, the

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  • “Wanderlust” – Camping in the Backyard

    “Wanderlust” – Camping in the Backyard0

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    • September 2, 2015

    “Wanderlust” does not encompass the feeling in my spirit when I think of traveling the globe and exploring different corners of this vast world. Throughout college and graduate school, I dreamt of flying to far off places. While some people dread airports, I feel a thrill of excitement pulse through me anytime I imagine the

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  • Why You Always End Up Paying Too Much For In Flight WiFi

    Why You Always End Up Paying Too Much For In Flight WiFi0

    We have all in this age become dependent on staying connected while traveling. We usually end up paying more than we’re comfortable with but we pay it anyway. It is simply a must nowadays to stay in touch. How many of us need to have access to our Email for example? If you have paid

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  • 7 Spookiest Ghost Towns in the World

    7 Spookiest Ghost Towns in the World0

    There is still some debate as to whether or not ghosts actually to exist. However, if ghosts actually do exist, they are most likely to reside in one of these ghost towns that can be found all over the world. If you happen to be visiting one of these places, are you going to be

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