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Shelley and I got back yesterday from a fabulous trip to Chile. On this trip we got to explore Easter Island and Patagonia. Both were great, and we’ll definitely be going back to see even more of that country. Given … Continue reading
Well Shelley and I are gearing up for a quick trip to see some family and then we’re off to GRENADA to catch some cool Caribbean rays! So just to let you know we will not be posting a Friday … Continue reading
This is it – the last day of 2013. It has been a year with ups and downs for us – fortunately some awesome travel experiences and some good times, along with some personal challenges such as illness and deaths … Continue reading
Woohoo, it’s Friday, and that means it’s time for this week’s edition of Friday Travel Dreaming! The biggest news of the week for us was the announcement of the new, expanded and updated version our book, How to Travel for … Continue reading
Happy Labor Day weekend to all our US readers! If you’re on the road this weekend, we hope your travels go well and safely. And of course, have fun! And now, here’s this week’s Friday Travel Dreaming roundup! 9 Expensive … Continue reading
Greetings from Boquete, Panama! Although we enjoyed Panama City, we’ve been having an even better time since we left the big city. First we flew to the islands in the Bocas del Toro region of the country. Talk about a … Continue reading
Hostels, camping grounds, budget motels. If you’ve ever traveled on a shoestring (or on no string at all), you’re probably well aware of the many places where you can stay on the cheap. But there are also many places where … Continue reading
Last week in USA Today, I ran across a method of traveling for free that I’ve never heard of before, and that quite frankly was perturbing to me. I wanted to investigate this further, and find out what others thought … Continue reading
Last week Shelley and I got back from our amazing trip to Kenya and Tanzania, and like we so often do for our trips we used airline points to get our roundtrip tickets. This of course saved us a TON … Continue reading
You’ve heard us talk quite a bit about doing home exchanges to help significantly reduce the cost of a travel, and hospitality exchanges can do the same thing. When you join a hospitality exchange organization you are allowed to stay … Continue reading