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When planning a solo trip, you’ll eventually have to tell your family and friends about your plans. Some people will be supportive and others will think you’re out of your mind. Some people just don’t get solo travel. Your parents will worry about your safety. People may try to convince you not to go. They …

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The digital nomad lifestyle is a dream for many. Digital nomads can work from anywhere in the world and travel as long as they have a laptop and an internet connection. It’s true freedom. Turning this dream into a reality is the hard part. Obtaining the skills and knowledge to become a successful digital nomad …

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In most cases, the answer is yes. The majority of travelers will need a passport to travel to Mexico but there are some exceptions. If you’re flying into Mexico, you need a passport. If you’re driving across the border, you’ll need a passport book, passport card, enhanced driver’s license, or SENTRI card. It is possible …

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When planning a trip, one of the first decisions you’ll have to make is where you’re going to stay. Two popular options include motels and hotels. The best accommodation for your trip depends on the type of trip you’re taking, your budget, and your personal preference. To help you decide, this guide outlines the difference …

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Eating at McDonald’s while traveling is a bit of a controversial topic. Some travelers think it’s a waste of time to eat familiar fast food that you can get anywhere when there are authentic local dishes to try. Other travelers make a point to eat at McDonald’s in every city that they visit. If you’re …

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Over the past decade, van life has rapidly increased in popularity. People are choosing to live in vans to travel more, save money on rent, or cut down on work hours. Some are simply priced out of homeownership and choose van life as an alternative. Van life can offer an ideal lifestyle. Of course, there …

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Traveling from Manila to Angeles City is pretty straightforward. Angeles is located in the Pampanga region of the Philippines, just 84 km (52 miles) north of Manila. You can easily make this trip by bus, taxi, or Grab. It’s also possible to fly to Angeles. The cheapest and most popular way to travel from Manila …

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Traveling from Bangkok to Pattaya is pretty straightforward. You can make the trip by bus, minivan, or Taxi. The easiest and most affordable way to travel to Pattaya is to take the bus. Busses regularly depart from the Ekkamai bus terminal in Bangkok. It’s located just off Sukhumvit Road. You can easily get to the …

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It’s important to always prepare for foul weather. You never know when it’s going to rain. The ideal rain gear depends on the activity you’re doing, the weather you expect, how much gear you want to carry, as well as personal preference. When choosing rain gear for your trip, you have two options. This guide …

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