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Four Companies for Cruise Adventures

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Four Companies for Cruise Adventures

Raise your hand if you crave adventure! You won’t need to lug gear or cook your own food either – not on a cruise adventure.

That’s right. Cruises are offering ever more adventurous experiences, especially in destinations like Alaska. Add a zip line, bike, hike or fishing excursion to your activity list. At select ports, you can fish on a shore excursion and have your Princess Cruise’s chef serve your catch to your family at dinner. Exactly the way you like it.

There are more cabins for solo travelers too. That’s good news for gal getaways as well as for multigenerational groups with a grandparent in tow. My experience on ships is it’s easy to connect with other travelers. Whether I sit at the bar, request to have dinner at a larger table, or join active shore excursions, other passengers are welcoming.

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4 Reasons Why Everyone Should Visit The Caribbean Islands At Least Once

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4 Reasons Why Everyone Should Visit The Caribbean Islands At Least Once

There’s something special about the Caribbean islands. They are home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, stunning natural landscapes, and vibrant cultures. From Jamaica to St. Lucia, each island has its own unique character that you won’t find anywhere else.

But why should you travel to the Caribbean islands? Here are our top 4 reasons why everyone should experience the beauty and culture of these islands at least once in their lives.

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Flights are Selling Out Fast in These Destinations

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Flights are Selling Out Fast in These Destinations

The year has just started, but it’s never too early to plan your next vacation. And in fact, there are a number of destinations where is pays to buy your flights now, because demand is so high that the prices are skyrocketing.

Watching flight prices rise is a definite source of travel anxiety, and while most need a supply of the best Delta 8 THC gummy! to survive blowing out the budget, you can limit all that stress and headache with planning ahead of time.

Thinking of one of these destinations this year? Book it asap, because flights are selling out, and prices are on the rise.

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4 Reasons Why FishAngler Is the Best Alternative to Fishbrain

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4 Reasons Why FishAngler Is the Best Alternative to Fishbrain

Fishing is a sport that people of all ages have enjoyed for centuries. In fact, it’s estimated that in 2021, 52 million people ages 6 and up went fishing in the US. It’s no secret, however, that finding the best fishing spots and gear can often be hit or miss, and sometimes downright frustrating.

Thankfully, several fishing apps have been developed to help anglers connect, share information about key fishing spots, and more. Not all fishing apps are created equally, though. In fact, there is one that rises above the rest.

If you love fishing but you don’t love the guesswork involved in the sport, here are four reasons why FishAngler is the best alternative to Fishbrain.

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Tech That Can Replace Your Laptop When Traveling

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Tech That Can Replace Your Laptop When Traveling

It’s been a good 20 years since I’ve traveled without a laptop; it comes with me everywhere, and especially since I started working as a digital nomad, it’s now an essential part of my travel gear.

But now that we have access to phones, ipads, and watches that can read our emails, is there tech out there that can replace the need for a bulky laptop, even if you’re an expat, or working from the road?

Here’s an overview of the tech that can replace your laptop when you’re traveling, and the pros and cons so you can decide whether the trade is worthwhile.

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3 Cities That Combine Travel and Poker

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3 Cities That Combine Travel and Poker

From passing the 5 am questions in the immigration queue, to haggling in foreign streets, it’s true that the world traveler has many opportunities to develop an exceptionally good poker face.

And while you may travel with a deck of cards for passing time at the airport, and bonding with other travelers on the train, when it comes to actual poker games, there are some cities which stand out above the rest.

If you’re a traveling poker enthusiast, consider hitting up these places for combing the two things you love the most.

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The Best Time to Visit Hawaii: Crowds, Weather & More

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The Best Time to Visit Hawaii: Crowds, Weather & More

Hawaii is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. People flock to its beaches, resorts, and tropical atmosphere all year round.

But when is the best time to visit Hawaii? And why?

In this blog post, we will explore how to plan your trip based on activities, the different aspects of Hawaii’s climate, and give you a month-by-month guide on when to go.

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How to Convince Family or Friends to Drive You to the Airport

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How to Convince Family or Friends to Drive You to the Airport

Getting to the airport can be rough – taxi’s are expensive, trains are difficult to move around on with bulky luggage, and depending on which city you’re in – can you ever really be guarenteed that the bus will show up?!

Our favorite way to get to the airport will always be family or friends dropping us off, because it’s free (minus the brownie points you owe them), convenient, and you actually (hopefully!) like the person you’re stuck next to if traffic holds you up.

But this can be a pretty big ask – so how do you convince them?

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The Basics for Planning a Vacation to Greece

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The Basics for Planning a Vacation to Greece

Greece is a land of mysteries, myths, and legends, some of which have not been revealed to this day. It has the longest coastline in Europe and over 6,000 islands scattered across three seas.

Island hopping is the main reason people travel to Greece, but with so many regions to choose from, this is one instance where it really does pay to plan your visit.

But before you even get to choosing which islands you’ll jump between, there are a few basics we recommend covering as part of your initial planning for Greece.

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Five Tips for Travel Transportation

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Five Tips for Travel Transportation

When it comes to travel, you can use just about any method of transportation. Each mode is better for different purposes.

Whether you are going to and from the airport, traveling to a new city, or are driving to your family’s home for the holidays, there is always an appropriate way to get around.

You can get on a plane, train, automobile, bus, or even in the back of a truck if you’re traveling more rurally, but wherever you are headed and why, below are five tips for travel transportation.

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