Point transfers are always tough when you’re playing the mileage game. Even airlines that have formal alliances don’t allow transfers of miles between their programs. With the exception of rip-offs like
Points.com (where you lose about 90% of the value in a transfer) there are few ways to move rewards between programs. One of the strategies that preserves point value is transferring from the American Express Membership Rewards program.…
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I remember sitting on an over crowded chicken bus in Guatemala driving…Continue
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It never takes very long to happen.
Sometimes it’s on the train or plane ride back from my last trip or in the weeks following but sooner rather than later, I’m always thinking about where to go next. My initial plan was to hit the road again in
February 2011, giving myself ample time to save for a trip, but when I
realized I still had a few vacation days to burn before the end of the
year, the gears…
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Probably it is related to the contradictions that make the Havana somehow wild and leading to nostalgia, and a city…Continue
Several years ago, I spent months compiling an ebook containing all of my most effective travel secrets. My master plan was to sell said ebook on the internet and make lots of money to finance more travel and
adventure, but I suck at marketing so it flopped. So now you fellow
savvy travelers get the benefit of my extensive travel knowledge and
experience – for the price of free. This is the first in a series of
posts about how you can understand the travel world and…
Here are some quick tips on how to potentially save yourself some time, money, and frustration, before you leave on your next vacation.
1. If you plan on traveling out of the United States and you don’t have a passport already, start working on it as soon as possible. The most time consuming part will be putting the application in at the post office as the appointments seem to be taken well in advance. If your post office doesn’t accept appointments, consider getting…Continue
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I’ve landed in San Francisco and spent my first day getting lost in the Tenderloin and heading down to California Academy of Science’s NightLife event. What’s in store for my first full day in San Francisco?
Keep reading to find out…
4:41 am – I wake on my first full day in San Francisco and spend the next hour planning my day. I take my first shower in the Mosser’s hall shared bathroom.…Continue
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To save a night of lodging, we decided to take the 10-hour night train from Krakow to Budapest. This was our first trip in a sleeper car, and we thoroughly enjoyed lying in bed watching the Polish, Czech,
Slovakian, and finally, Hungarian countryside whiz by.
We didn’t get much sleep though. The cabin was a bit stuffy with the window closed, so we left it open all night. The noise from wheels screeching to a stop woke me up every few hours, along with the lights from…Continue
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After wrapping up a successful Summer Camp here in Changchun, four of us were sent to a small town called Songyuan to do it all over again for a private school.
I was scheduled for two 2-day sessions, one in the middle of the camp, and the other at the end, for the performances
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Top 7 Places To Visit in Patagonia, ARGENTINA
1. City of Mendoza
The Mendoza province of Argentina has been very popular for its vineyards and winery. Most of the locals will always recommend wines originated from Mendoza. Malbec is one of the most popular types of wine in
Argentina and it is said that the best Malbec wines comes from…
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