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The lessons that I've learned in 4 years of almost nonstop traveling. An experience that had changed all my values. How I fund my trips and how you can do it, too!…
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Many repeat travelers have had their bags dirtied, crushed, or lost because they decided to check them, rather than carry them onto their plane. Placing your backpack into the airlines' hands is invariably a hazard.
Packing carry on baggage is a much smarter, and less dangerous, option.
When you want to ensure that you won't have to check your baggage, take a carry on backpack instead of a suitcase. If your flight is full, overhead storage space will fill up…Continue
Added by Tortuga Backpacks on April 16, 2012 at 2:13pm — No Comments
Before buying an item of luggage to take on your trip, you'll need to decide between a rucksack or a suitcase. Which choice is correct for international travelers?
Packs, unlike wheeled luggage, are made to be worn. Because you wear a bag rather than puling it, they're designed to be much less heavy. Suitcases feature rigid reinforcement around the sides to make them inflexible. The plastic or metal pieces of the grip and wheel…Continue
Added by Tortuga Backpacks on April 16, 2012 at 2:06pm — No Comments
Many travelers wrestle with the concept of how to enjoy an inexpensive family vacation in a developing country, with the knowledge that a short distance away there may be people living in poverty. Pack for a Purpose®is a non-profit organization that aims to make a difference by helping travelers make an impact in the communities they visit. This organization has a very easy to navigate site that allows…Continue
Added by Tara Cannon on April 11, 2012 at 12:42am — No Comments
The easiest way to ruin your trip before it's even started is to choose the wrong travel bag. You need a good backpack for travel whether you're vacationing for two weeks in Paris or spending a year vagabonding around the world. Everyone has his or her own individual style, but, regardless of the pack you choose, make sure it has the following features.
Carry On Sized
The most significant…Continue
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There are not many movie star trees that come to my mind quickly, how about yours? I can think of the great Sequoias in California, and yes the Joshua tree also. Here on Kauai we have the Moreton Bay Fig trees in the Allerton Gardens in Poipu which are close by our vacation rentals .…Continue
Added by joseph sylvester on October 29, 2011 at 12:26pm — No Comments
If you enjoy history and trains you will have a treat on Kauai, Hawaii. Kauai has some of the oldest trains in the state that are in operable condition. The good news is that if you are on Kauai on the second Thursday of each month you can ride the train and learn about Kauai's sugar history. Here is our latest web post.
If you are visiting the Garden Isle on the second Thursday of each month, you will have the opportunity to experience one of the best things to do on Kauai. Riding…Continue
Added by joseph sylvester on October 22, 2011 at 1:02am — No Comments
Hiking in Kauai is one of the best things to do of all the great activities that are available to the visitor here on the island. If you are here on a romantic honeymoon or simply a Hawaiian getaway you will be seeing the best of Kauai. Experiencing the road less traveled, the aura, romance, and mystique of hidden Kauai still energizes us even after 30 years. Somehow the air is different, the manner in which the light filters through the ancient <em>Kukui</em> trees, playing off…Continue
Added by joseph sylvester on October 12, 2011 at 12:31pm — No Comments
This past weekend marked the 15th anniversary of one of the great things to do in Kauai Hawaii. The Coconut Festival is held each year in the charming town of Kapa'a to celebrate all things coconut. Hosted by the Kapa'a business community it has become the premier Fall happening on the Kauai festival calendar. This two day event highlights one of the most important plant species in the world that touches almost everyone's life on the planet.
Started by the effervescent Bob Bartolo, a…Continue
Added by joseph sylvester on October 7, 2011 at 7:33pm — No Comments
There is no doubt while you are visiting the Hawaiian Islands there is a good chance that you will see a Hawaiian monk seal on the beach. They will be more prevalent on the outer islands of course, they shy from large crowds that are typically found on the island of Oahu. And admittedly I have not heard of a seal resting on the shores of Waikiki. There are just too many people there and seals tend to return to the area they were born.…Continue
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One of the best things to do on Kauai in mid July is to attend the annual Koloa Plantation Days celebration. I am biased I'll admit, its a time when a great number of former sugarcane plantation workers are gathered in one place and between great events and shows we can share a few stories about 'the good old days'. With this being the 26th annual event our stories are becoming as tall as the…Continue
Added by joseph sylvester on July 16, 2011 at 5:54pm — No Comments
Wrote a post for Daytona Beach in general for a foundation of other posts
Visited the Chocolate Factory by invite from Freddie Smith
Loved meeting everyone in Daytona this past Friday for a fabulous travel blogger tweetup with Daytona tweeters,…Continue
Added by Eileen Ludwig on March 3, 2011 at 12:16pm — No Comments
Here's a question I've been wondering about for a while and I'd love to hear what everyone else does.
Originally posted here: Fellow Travel Bloggers, Do You Write in Real-Time or Post-Trip?
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From the moment you arrive to the glorious Island of Roatan surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, with white sand beaches, and lush jungle flora & fauna extending to the highest…Continue
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