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  1. Where to Stay in Japan on a Backpacker Budget

    posted by Rebecca Enright | 0 Comments

    Where to Stay in Japan on a Backpacker Budget

    Nov152013

    Backpacker Becki shows us where to find the best hostels and hotels in Japan, perfect for backpackers on a budget.

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  2. Offbeat Europe

    posted by Guest Blogger - Matt Kepnes | 0 Comments

    Sep162013

    The travel trail through Europe is well-worn and leads to all the familiar places – Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Cinque Terre, Barcelona, and countless other “must see” destinations. But Europe is a continent with fabulous destinations lurking right off the beaten path that have all the majesty of the hot spots everyone visits but none of the crowds.

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  3. How to save money in Japan

    posted by Guest Blogger - Matt Kepnes | 0 Comments

    Sep122013

    For years, I put off visiting Japan because I was afraid of how expensive it was going to be due to the rumors I’d heard about the country's high prices. While I have always loved Japanese culture, I put it off for awhile since it didn’t seem like the most budget-friendly destination.

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  4. Top ten tips for solo travel newbies

    posted by Guest Blogger - Janice Waugh | 0 Comments

    Sep122013

    Some people don’t give the idea of taking off solo for the first time a second thought. But others angst over the notion. They’re haunted by questions that start with “how can I” and “what if”. Let’s put some of those questions to rest with these ten tips.

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  5. 7 reasons it's easy to find love at a hostel

    posted by Guest Blogger - Netanya Trimboli | 0 Comments

    Sep122013

    If you’re single and it’s bumming you out, your perfect match may be closer than you think – literally. Throughout the world, in small towns and major cities, are hostels, which are havens for single travelers who just want to meet other people and have a good time. And with over 30,000 hostels worldwide, you probably don’t have to go too far to find one!

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  6. 5 ways to design your travel lifestyle

    posted by Guest Blogger - Lindy Coops | 0 Comments

    Sep122013

    The concept of a ‘Travel Lifestyle’ can be quite broad. And it should be - you deserve to fill in the blanks here and you deserve to create a lifestyle around your travel passion! In extreme cases, travellers sell everything they own, pack their bags and leave what they used to call home indefinitely. But what if you’re not this kind of person? Not to worry, there’s many more options to change your lifestyle and become more of the traveller you want to be!

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  7. How TEFL can allow you to travel long-term

    posted by Guest Blogger - Helen Hargreave | 0 Comments

    Sep122013

    It’s the last day of a two week holiday in the sun and your mind has turned to the first day back at work...the bursting email inbox, the office chit-chat, your flickering computer screen and let’s not even mention the omen of all omens... excel spreadsheets; a state of panic takes over you (with the exception of really looking forward to a decent bacon sandwich and a cup of tea) how can you delay your time abroad? Breaking your leg on purpose seems a bit extreme.

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  8. 13 of the best Thai dishes

    posted by Guest Blogger - Matt Kepnes | 0 Comments

    Sep122013

    Whenever I go back to visit Thailand I always go on an eating binge. I miss the zesty, spicy flavor Thai food has. No matter how good a restaurant I find in the States, it’s just never the same as eating the real thing. Living in Thailand spoiled me, so whenever I go back, these are my must-have dishes and the ones I think will give you a good overview of Thai cuisine.

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  9. Five of Israel’s natural wonders

    posted by Guest blogger - Ben Julius | 0 Comments

    Aug022013

    Israel is a country generally associated with history and religion and there’s no doubt that this is what makes this small country, barely bigger than Wales or the US State of New Jersey, such a focal point on the radar of people around the world. What people often don’t know about Israel is that despite its size, it has incredible natural diversity – 60% of the land area is desert, whilst less than two hours away, the rolling green hills of the Galilee are home to among other things, a ski resort. Amid this diversity are some magnificent natural wonders. Here are five of the best.

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  10. Five important things you'll learn travelling solo

    posted by Guest blogger - Janice Waugh | 0 Comments

    Five important things you'll learn travelling solo

    Jul152013

    Ah yes, travel is an education. And travel helps put your formal education in context. You learn about countries and cultures afar. And, as you do, you learn about your own country as well. Travel solo, and you also learn about yourself. Here are just five personal discoveries awaiting you on a solo trip.

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