Long-term travel Archive

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Don’t Hurry Through Peru

Sure, the famous citadel on a mountain is worth seeing sometime in your life and Cusco is a great city that still feels special despite the hordes of tourists. To really get how great Peru is though, you have to take some time to explore and soak it all in. A couple

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Turned Back in Bolivia, Africa by BushCat, and Unmarked New York City

It’s time for the April issue of Perceptive Travel, home to some of the best online travel stories from book authors wandering the world. But don’t take our word for it: after being named “Best Online Travel Magazine” by the North American Travel Journalists Association in February and winning a slew of

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It’s Finally Going to Get Easier to Visit Indonesia

Indonesia has long been near the top of the list of the cheapest places to live in the world, having a starring role in all four editions of The World’s Cheapest Destinations. The visa policy there has always been baffling to me though. You have to buy a visa on arrival, which

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Are Your Electronics Ready for the Rigors of the Road?

In my travels and moves abroad, I’ve witnessed many deaths. Not many human ones, actually, but scores of electronic ones. In my own family there’s been a cracked laptop screen (bunched-up x-ray machine in the airport), a broken smartphone screen (dropped on a hotel bathroom floor), a failed hard drive (daughter’s laptop

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Cut Your Living Expenses in Half for $20

One Andrew Jackson could be all it takes to get you on the path of living well for half what you’re spending now. The paperback version of A Better Life for Half the Price is out now at Amazon. The list price is $21.95, but you can get it on the U.S.