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The Island of Jamaica: Travel Guide

The tropical island of Jamaica, also known as the “land of wood and water,” got its name from the Indigenous Taino people who migrated to the island 2,500 years ago. Its unique history and African heritage heavily influence Jamaican culture. Initially inhabited by the Taino Indians from 1,000 BC., through the early 16th century, their… Keep Reading

Finance/Travel

How to Travel on a Small Budget?

Exploring fascinating places doesn’t have to cost a lot of money and you obviously don’t have to break your bank to travel the world. If you’re looking forward to traveling on a small budget, we’ve got you covered. Below you’ll find some tried and tested tips to help you plan a great vacation on a… Keep Reading

Travel

Top 6 Original Outdoor Vacation Activities

The summer holidays are in full swing. And if you haven’t had your summer vacation yet, then you might be looking for a few good ideas to occupy yourself with, in case you’re still planning on taking a well-deserved trip. We all need some time off from our drudging office lives and what better way… Keep Reading

Travel

Take the Plunge, Travel and Teach Abroad

Everybody knows that long and deep travel experiences are the most meaningful things a person can do in their entire life, yet it can be very hard actually to pick up and move abroad. There are practical things to sort out, and they always seem to be compelling reasons to stay where you are. Moving… Keep Reading

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4 Cities Leading The Luxury Real Estate Market

If you’re interested in investing in luxury real estate, it’s important to take a global view of the market. In fact, some of the most exciting opportunities today may be slightly off the beaten path. Keep an eye on these 4 cities, particularly if you’re planning to purchase rental property – they’re primed for growth… Keep Reading

Tips/Travel

5 Tarp Hacks That Will Improve Your Camping Experience

Camping philosophies vary widely, from the minimalist outdoorsmen who require nothing but a backpack to glamping fanatics who prefer to create a luxury experience in the woods. Whatever your preference is, though, there are a few things you shouldn’t venture forth without, and a tarp is one of the most important. They’re inexpensive, lightweight, and… Keep Reading

Technology/Travel

The Next Paradigm Shift: How AI is Helping Bring the Human Touch Back to the World of Travel

Mahesh Chaddah, co-founder of Reservations.com discusses how his team and the industry in general, is innovating to bring back AI-powered human touch and personalize every interaction with today’s highly demanding traveler. The emerging trend in experiential travel has created a demand for obsessively detailed personalization, acutely relevant recommendations, and insider access. To support this trend,… Keep Reading

Travel

Why you should go on internship in Asia?

Doing an internship far away from home, maybe even on the other side of the world, is a great opportunity for you to step out of your comfort zone and experience things you otherwise wouldn’t. When choosing an internship program you have to consider the job opportunities you will get upon completing it. Since Asian… Keep Reading

Travel

The Way of St. James’ Routes: Which One to Choose?

Although the name is not plural, the Way of St. James does not refer to a single way, but to the many routes traveled by pilgrims who go to Santiago de Compostela. Given that each pilgrimage begins at every pilgrim’s front door, it could be said that there are as many Pilgrim’s Way to Santiago… Keep Reading

Travel

Has the French Camping Experience Been Ruined?

Camping, known alternatively as bushwhacking, trailblazing, swamp-draining, and sleeping in the wilderness, is fun. There’s no other way to phrase the excitement of stripping oneself of civilization (and sometimes everything else) and experiencing nature in as primitive a manner as possible. In the United States, camping has become enormously popular in recent decades, as the… Keep Reading

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