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Three Amazing Travel Destinations for Gamers

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Three Amazing Travel Destinations for Gamers

The world is full of amazing places for game lovers, and while you can literally travel anywhere to play games, some places are actual meccas; whether you’re into boardgames, e-sports, or gambling.

The same games seem to be popular all over the world, especially as the lines begin to blur between global cultures, but there are usually distinctly different rules or variations depending on the country.

And of course, there’s the potential language barrier, though games are usually a fantastic icebreaker for overcoming this; a great way to bond that often transcends langague!

If you’re keen on working games into your upcoming vacation, beyond playing hang man to kill extra time at the airport, consider the following destinations.

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Live like a Celeb: Things to Do in New York When You’re Famous

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Live like a Celeb: Things to Do in New York When You’re Famous

New York is one of those classic, timeless cities that attracts everybody; struggling artists, overseas tourists, business men / women, and the mega famous.

Celebrities rub shoulders here with everyday mortals, and because of how busy the city is, they blend in with a certain amount of anonymity.

Whether you’re traveling to New York for some celeb spotting, or feel like experiencing the city as a celeb yourself, these are our favorit picks for things to do in the Big Apple to live it like you’re famous.

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Should You Use a Debit Card or Credit Card When You’re Traveling?

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Should You Use a Debit Card or Credit Card When You’re Traveling?

Whether you’re planning to travel abroad or within the country, you’ll need to consider 1) the amount of money you’ll require, and (2) the means you’ll use to pay for your expenses (accommodation, eating out, transportation, day trips etc).

It tends to be safer to arrange alternative payment options, such as credit and debit cards, rather than carrying a lot of cash. And with the rise of travel rewards points, aka travel hacking, credit cards have become a popular option.

But what about the pros of using a debit card to prevent unintentional overspending? Which approach is ideal? Read on to know more.

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How Fast Can A Wake Boat Go: Ideal Speed For Wakeboarding

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How Fast Can A Wake Boat Go: Ideal Speed For Wakeboarding

When determining the speed of the wake boat for wakeboarding, most people think that the bigger the wake, and the faster the boat the better, but there’s much more. Finding the “sweet spot” for your wake boat’s speed isn’t only to ensure the satisfaction of the wakeboarder, but it’s also about the safety.

Even though you’re surrounded by water, accidents are ineradicable. Especially when you’re new and try to eyeball the speed, things could get ugly fast. It’s because falling on the water while you’re wakeboarding isn’t the same as falling into still water.

When you are wakeboarding, the wave created by your boat is called a “wake,” which has a density of over 800 times more than still water. Hence, crashing onto a wake will definitely hurt a lot more than just falling into the water. That’s why knowing the ideal speed for your wakeboarding is essential.

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12 Safety Tips For Your Next Road Trip

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12 Safety Tips For Your Next Road Trip

Road trips can be both thrilling and therapeutic, depending on the location and the type of travel adventure that you’re seeking. According to reports, taking the road will be the most popular travel type, with 80% of travelers preferring this mode of travel.

But before you hit the road, there are many precautions that must be taken to make the most of your travel – particularly when traveling in extreme climates. With that said, here are some important safety tips to remember for your next road trip.

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Six Smart Ways to Make Your Hotel More Energy Efficient

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Six Smart Ways to Make Your Hotel More Energy Efficient

As a hotel owner, you know that energy is one of your biggest expenses. But you can save money on your energy bill by changing how you use and distribute electricity.

You’ll also help the environment by reducing your carbon footprint. Here are some simple ways to make your hotel more energy efficient.

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You Haven’t Been to Thailand if You Haven’t Tried …

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You Haven’t Been to Thailand if You Haven’t Tried …

Thailand is one of the best countries in the world for a multi centre holiday; a multi-destination trip that packs the highlights into a bite-sized trip. An exciting and exotic destination, there are fantastic places to base yourself up and down the country, from Bangkok with it’s magnificent shrines and street life, to the beaches of Koh Samui, and the busy markets, spas, and nightlife of Phuket.

It’s very easy to travel to Thailand and leave with a longer list of places to visit than the one you came with, and it’s definitely a country which demands return trips. But what are some of the experiences that define the country? That are so interwoven with the Thai identity that people say, you haven’t really traveled if you haven’t tried this?

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Traveling With A Pet? These Cars Fit Fido’s Style

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Traveling With A Pet? These Cars Fit Fido’s Style

If you’re anything like us, your pets are part of the family. So, when it comes time to hit the open road for a vacation, of course, you want to bring them along!

But not just any car will do. You need a vehicle with plenty of space for Fido (or Fluffy) to stretch out and relax comfortably. Luckily, we’ve got just the thing. Check out these three Hondas that are perfect for traveling with your furry friend!

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Airport Hacks: 11 Tips That Could Save You Time and Money

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Airport Hacks: 11 Tips That Could Save You Time and Money

Travelling by air is one of the fastest ways to get around. It saves you hours of driving, and you can finish a 1,500-mile trip in three hours instead of almost two days.

The problem is that more than 2.9 million passengers are flown all over the world every day, which means that airports can get very crowded.

Not being prepared may not only waste unnecessary time but can also cause you to lose your flight. Here are a couple of tips that can save you a lot of time and money during your next trip.

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Save Money for Travel: A Guide To Saving Money on Your Commute

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Save Money for Travel: A Guide To Saving Money on Your Commute

Driving yourself to and from work can weigh down the wallet throughout the week, and unfortunately that makes it tougher to achieve your savings goals for travel.

If you’re actively saving towards a trip, you might be looking for a guide to saving money on your commute. Because bntween parking or transportation costs, the average American can spend as much as $40 a week on their way to work.

However, thanks to modern technology like fuel-calculating apps and telecommuting opportunities, there are ways to avoid spending as much on traveling to the workplace, so you can put it towards traveling overseas instead.

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