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How to Travel from Tijuana to Rosarito by Bus, Taxi, or Car

Traveling from Tijuana to Rosarito is pretty quick and easy. The cities sit just 14 miles (22 km) apart. Travel time averages around 35 minutes. This guide outlines, step-by-step, how to travel from Tijuana to Rosarito. There are four ways to make this trip. You can drive, take a taxi, take public transportation, or take …

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The Best Places to Retire in Mexico

With over 1.5 million retirees, ex-pats, and digital nomads, Mexico is the most popular destination for Americans and Canadians who want to live abroad. The country offers a low cost of living, excellent climate, world-class cuisine, easy visas and accessibility, and a high quality of life. This guide outlines 34 of the best places to …

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30 Free Things To Do While Traveling

You don’t have to go out and spend money on expensive tours, admission tickets, and activities every day to enjoy your trip. In fact, you can have an exciting and fulfilling day in pretty much any city without spending any money at all. Travel doesn’t have to be expensive. This list outlines 30 free things …

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Fleece Vs Wool Vs Down: Pros and Cons

When dressing for cold weather, you have a number of insulating fabrics to choose from. Two of the most popular materials are fleece and wool. The best fabric for winter clothing depends on the weather conditions you expect, the activities you do, and your personal preference. This guide outlines the differences between fleece vs wool …

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Hot Tent Camping: Using a Portable Wood Tent Stove

Long nights and wet and freezing conditions make winter camping a challenge. Particularly during multi-day trips. Moisture from the environment, your breath, and perspiration build up in your tent, clothing, and sleeping bag. It’s difficult to stay dry. The freezing weather makes it impossible to warm up. You can only endure so much cold before …

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Ten Years of Travel: How Travel Has Changed Over the Years

Ten years ago in the summer of 2011, I set out on my first international solo trip. I was young, naive, and unprepared. It sounds cliche but this trip ended up changing my life. This article outlines my journey over the past decade. I’ll talk about my past trips, how travel has changed, and how …

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Winter Camping: 25 Tips for Camping in the Snow

Most campers stash away their tent and sleeping bag after the temperature begins to drop. If you properly prepare, winter camping doesn’t have to be cold and miserable. In fact, winter can offer some excellent camping. You don’t have to deal with crowds or insects and the landscape is absolutely beautiful. Of course, the cold …

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How to Cook in a Hotel Without a Kitchen

While traveling, sometimes you just want to cook a quick and healthy meal and get on with your day. This guide outlines how to cook in a hotel without a kitchen. I’ll explain exactly what tools and utensils you need to pack to prepare simple, affordable, and most importantly healthy meals while traveling. I also …

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Cold Weather Cycling: 30 Tips for Riding a Bike in the Winter

Most cyclists store their bike for the season when temperatures begin to drop. If you prepare properly, cold weather cycling doesn’t have to be miserable. In fact, the winter season can offer some incredible riding. The air is crisp. Trails are less crowded. The snow also creates a unique and beautiful atmosphere. With the right …

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