Destination reports Archive

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Where the Travel Bargains Will Be in 2016

Want to figure out where you should go next year in order to live it up instead of watching every dollar? I’m no fortune teller, but the way the financial news has been rolling out this summer, it’s clear there are some trends in place that aren’t going away anytime soon. One

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Cheap Travel Clusters Around the World

Unless you’re a trustafarian or have been saving big bucks from working in law or finance for years, your round-the-world journey is going to have some budget restraints. Long-term travel is drastically cheaper than going on vacation, but Western Europe, Japan, and Australia can be really pricey even if you’re staying in

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5 Costs That Get Drastically Cheaper in Other Countries

I did a radio podcast interview last week where I got a question that comes up a lot when talking about living abroad. Why would your expenses drop if half by moving overseas? Specifically, which expenses drop so much that you can coast by on $2,000 a month instead of $4,000? Or

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Go Beyond the Obvious for USA Travel Fun

You can go read about NYC, D.C., and San Francisco in a million places, so when I cover USA travel on here or via my bloggers at Perceptive Travel, we tend to highlight the places that don’t get so much press. These days there are very few places where you can’t find

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The One U.S. Mobile Phone Plan That’s Meant for Travelers

The USA may be the birthplace of the telegraph, the telephone, and the web as we know it, but that doesn’t mean we get the best telecom service. In many respects Americans pay more and get less than people in much of the rest of the world, especially when it comes to