Despite COVID, I continue to save for travel, wherever and whenever my next trip may be. I usually roll over leftover cash from one trip to another and add more money a month or two before traveling. Over the summer I started putting aside small bills ($5s and $10s) for when I eventually travel. ToContinue reading “Free Travel Fund Printables (For August 2020)”
With the pandemic still raging around the globe, and circumstances being especially bad in the United States, traveling to and from NYC is difficult. That said, the city is a popular destination that millions will flock back to once things get under control. To get you ready for that, here are three things to knowContinue reading “Travel Basics 100: 3 Things to Know Before Visiting NYC (For July 2020)”
I’ve done a lot of traveling over the years. I would characterize much of it as solo travel despite all of my trips not fitting a traditional definition of solo travel. Solo travel is not just you going off somewhere wholly alone. I would argue that there are actually about 3 different types of “solo”Continue reading “Travel Basics 100: Types of Solo Travel”
Picking the wrong airport – this seemingly small detail – could have enormous implications for your trip. Whenever you’re flying, make sure you get your airports right.
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Imagine this: You booked a 4-day trip to an all-inclusive resort in Jamaica. You’re getting ready to leave the hard grind of your 40+ hour work week. You don’t know what you’re looking forward to the most, the sun or a massage. Your suitcase, packed with short sleeves, sunglasses, and sunblock, is excited to makeContinue reading “Travel Basics 100: 5 Things to do a Few Days Before Traveling”
This post is about how I got to Suriname and back from Guyana.
The purpose of this post is to help you get your visa to Suriname while you’re in Guyana. I’ll also provide photos and my story of my own experience.
In life nothing is guaranteed – that includes trips you’ve carefully planned for months.
These tips are a collection of what has helped me pass my time during delays. If you have cellular data and service you’ll have several more options including, scrolling through Facebook aimlessly, calling your mom, or watching YouTube or Netflix. Whether you have service or not, this list provides a few options for passing time during flight delays.