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Tips Before Entering into a Car Rental Deal

Saving money for a car rental is not a simple thing especially in the modern days when many people in Singapore are faced with hard financial times. It is, therefore important to develop strategies to ensure that you do not miss that desired vacation because of lack of enough money to rent a car. Below are some of the tips and tricks you can use to get the best deal when you rent [Continue Reading]

5 Things to Consider when Hiring a Car on Holiday

When you go on holiday, it is important to make the most of your time away. In addition to a bit of rest and relaxation, managing to see all of your chosen destination’s highlights is probably on your to-do list. Rather than rely on public transport or potentially expensive taxi fares, hiring a car gives you the freedom to explore at your own pace, even if driving on the other side of the [Continue Reading]

5 Things Students Should Know About Studying Abroad

If you’ve got an adventurous spirit and a desire to see the world, there may be no better experience in your entire life than studying abroad during college. Whether for a single semester or an entire year, you’ll leave your friends and campus behind to head across the ocean, seeing life as the locals do at a foreign college. You’ll have the chance to brush up on your language [Continue Reading]

Traveling With Children: 5 Ways to Reduce Stress

Traveling with children can be stressful – there is no doubt about it. They’ll be whining, crying, throwing temper tantrums everywhere you go. So if you are planning a trip out of town this summer or are arranging a family vacation, it is important to find some ways to reduce the stress. One of the best ways to do this is to find preventative measures so that the vacation can be as [Continue Reading]

5 Tips to Help You Get Through Airport Security Faster

With the rising level of security threats, the wait in line to get to our gates is getting longer and longer. And with each new threat there is typically a new security measure, which is only making the line longer. It’s not the TSA’s fault – they should actually be commended for doing an outstanding job – but as travelers, we should be doing our best too. There are certain [Continue Reading]

Four Things You Can't Afford To Ignore When You Are Thinking Of Renting A Car In A Foreign Country

When you decide to tour another country, one of the things that you may need to do is rent a car there. The process of renting a car in your own country is very easy, you only need to make sure that you find a rental company you can trust and then pay them for the service. When you are trying to rent a car in a foreign country, however, you need to do much more than this. There are many things [Continue Reading]

Six Worst Roads To Drive In The World

While driving down our highways, we often see asphalt paving companies at work, and we are quietly appreciative of their contribution to our well-being, knowing every precaution has been addressed in making our trip comfortable, But not all highways are created equal, nor are very many roads asphalt covered. With 1.3 million deaths world-wide from traffic accidents, some roads are just not safe. [Continue Reading]

The Best Yoga Poses Before, During, and After Traveling

A person who travels a lot already knows that sitting still for a long period of time generally leads to unpleasant numbness and tingling in legs and arms, back pain, and headaches. If you suffer from any of these whilst travelling, it is important to know that you can get rid of them quite easily. The only thing that you have to do is learn a few Yoga poses and tips that can help you to get back [Continue Reading]

Saying 'I Do' in Paradise - Tips for a Wedding Abroad

Where does your dream wedding take place? Is it on a tropical beach with the sun setting over the ocean, or near some ancient ruins on a beautiful Mediterranean Island? Perhaps you want to get married in front of an iconic landmark such as the Sydney Opera House or the Eiffel Tower? Having your wedding abroad can make it extra special. Some couples find that they have family living all over the [Continue Reading]

How Much Should I Tip for a Fishing Charter?

Choosing between the many activities that can be experienced on vacation can be tricky. There are only so many free days and time that must be divided seeing the local tourist attractions, dining out and spending time with the family. Destinations that are close to the water have even more opportunities available for visitors that want to take part in a fishing charter, seeing fish and wildlife [Continue Reading]