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How to Work as a Paid Divemaster10/12/2013

In life, there is no better job than one where you get paid to do what you love. I spent many hours wondering what it would be like working as a Scuba Dive Instructor. The lifestyle, scenery, and exotic locations were everything I wanted in my career. I, however, did not become a Scuba Instructor. […]

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3 Tips to Save Money at Airports9/30/2013

Air travel is the most expensive form of transportation there is. I personally try to avoid flying whenever possible. However, in some instances flying is a must. Plane tickets, baggage fees, parking fees, food, and internet add up to put a sizable dent in your wallet before even experiencing the joys of travel. However, there […]

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First Timers Guide to Enjoying a Nude Beach3/7/2011

The remote fishing village of Plakias, Crete features some of the most secluded, pristine beaches in all of Europe. I was mesmerized by everything the quiet little village has to offer. Mountains, fresh water rivers, private white-sand beaches, and carefree people combine to make Plakias a fantastic vacation hot spot. I took my first trip […]

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How to Sneak Tequila onto a Carnival Cruise Ship12/24/2010

My travel experiences, pre legal drinking age, were limited to short trips to nearby U.S. vacation hot spots. Shortly after graduating high school, a friend of mine invited me to join himself and his family for a 5 day cruise along the Caribbean. I couldn’t say YES fast enough! My partner in crime and I […]

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Offseason Traveling12/9/2010

Truly the best time to travel is..well..NOW! The winter is here in the Northern Hemisphere and travel deals couldn’t be better. This includes North America, Europe, Russia, and most of Asia. On the other end of the spectrum, it’s quite expensive for people to travel in the Southern Hemisphere. South America, most of Africa, Australia, […]

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Travel Deals and Global Job Opportunities12/3/2010

I may or may not make this a weekly event. I scoured the net for some travel deals today and found some very cheap options. I am not a big fan of packaged deals and some of the travel getaways I mention are just that. I mention these deals because most are about 30-40% off […]

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Free Lodging Around the World11/30/2010

When traveling, the price of lodging can range anywhere from thousands of dollars to $0, all depending on your method of travel. In this blog post, I will outline the pros and cons of various lodging strategies. I stress the importance of making your dollar go farther than ever. Thus, my favoritism leans strongly towards […]

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Banking 101: Save Money on Travel by Banking Smartly11/23/2010

After 6 years of a love-hate relationship, I’ve finally broken up with my bank and moved all accounts to a new one. My old bank, Chase, provides convenience, security, and a wide availability of branches and ATM’s across the U.S. My new bank, Capital One, waives all bank related ATM fees across the world, has […]

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Plan Your Travels!11/21/2010

The most important step you take before any big adventure is preparation. What to bring with you? Where are you going to go? How much to budget? Where are you going to sleep? Activities, Sites? These are all questions that should be answered BEFORE you leave on that grand adventure. The last 4 months of […]

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CouchSurfing to the Max11/19/2010

Last week I hosted my first traveler on CouchSurfing. Couchsurfing is about the cheapest way in the world to travel. The way it works is through the Couchsurfing.org community you find someone in a location you will be traveling, contact them to verify the days, and sleep on their couch for the duration of the […]

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