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Packing and Budgeting Solo Sherpa Travel App

Packing and Budgeting Solo Sherpa Travel App. To make packing and budgeting easy, check out the Solo Sherpa app now available for both Apple and android products at the App Store and Google Play Store .

Packing and Budgeting Solo Sherpa Travel App solves two of travelers’ biggest challenges: 1. How to pack from economical carry-on’s to taking it “all” with you and 2. How to make a budget and stick to it as you travel.  This easy-to-use app lets travelers customize packing and budget lists to add and subtract what fits their type of trip and travel. Each trip can be saved for future use so no one has to start all over each time.  Solo Sherpa was created for those traveling alone but works as well for couples, families and groups.

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How to Travel in Tough Times of Potential Danger

How to Travel in Tough Times of Potential Danger

How to Travel in Tough     Times of Potential                    Danger

How to Travel in Tough Times of Potential Danger:  In the continuing state of enhanced security, travelers may unknowingly create unnecessary difficulties for themselves, resulting in a fine, deportation or even jail time. With the wealth of information on the Internet, it is possible to address likely problem areas with a little advance research.  As I have booked more adventure travel, I have been looking back at stumbling blocks that tourists can encounter abroad and how to best avoid them.

How to Travel in Tough Times of Potential Danger:

Passports and visas: If you don’t follow your destination’s precise requirements, you may be refused admission to that country or not even allowed to board the fl...

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Travel safety-Avoid Being Robbery -7 Tips on How to

Travel safety-Avoid Being a Robbery Victim

Travel safety-Avoid Being a Robbery Victim

Travel safety-Avoid Being  Robbery -7 Tips on How to. With fears now of terrorism, travelers may overlook the more likely possibility of property loss and theft.  More often, petty crimes can occur.  I learned my lesson on a joint work and pleasure trip. Read on to learn how to dodge wily thieves, It is true that with some thought robberies abroad can be more easily avoided.

When I returned from my last trip abroad earlier this year,  I had some updated thoughts. (It is good to think how to use such tips at home. It is easy to be less watchful in familiar places.)

Travel safety-Avoid Being Robbery -7 Tips on How to, Tip One:

Always consider your safety when you pick your lodging...

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Top Solo Travel Destination Thailand

Top Solo Travel Destination Thailand. When the holidays come and work slows down for year-end, I always look to take a solo travel package to a new part of the world. This year on Christmas Day, I headed out traveling Asia alone. I had much ground to cover in just 17 days and daunting flights from Washington, DC and on to Bangkok via Beijing. I began in Siem Reap, Cambodia then via a top river cruise on to Vietnam and back to Bangkok.

I was pleasantly surprised to see how easily things went for me as a woman on a solo travel package in SE Asia. I had no  encounters with pickpockets and saw no evidence of issues arising from last year’s government takeover by the military...

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5 Tips on Shopping Abroad-Solo Trekker Travel Style

5 Tips on -Solo Trekker TravelStyle from Jetway to Runway: Getting to go abroad and prowl chic shops is the best of all. However, with the Internet, you can shop from home and save the costs. See our five tips to make it work better and to save more.

5 Tips on Shopping Abroad-Solo Trekker TravelStyle:

Tip One:

Think if your “great find” worn at home on the street will look like you are on the way to a costume party! As a German exchange student in Gymnasium, I found this out. On my “must have” list was a pair of Lederhosen.  The old problem? Men and boys might wear them for special times,  but only little girls wore them not grown up students. My solution? I bought a pair for myself but only wore them at home!

5 Tips on Shopping Abroad-Solo

5 Tips on Shopping Abroad-Solo

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10 Tips for When Things Go Wrong Abroad |

10 Tips for When Things Go Wrong Abroad

10 Tips for When Things Go Wrong Abroad

10 Tips for When Things Go Wrong Abroad: If you do plan to get overseas for a vacation this year, what are the best ways to avoid problems that can spoil your trip? Here are our ten updated tips. Bear in mind, that some safeguards must be taken before and even AFTER you come home!

10 Tips for When Things Go Wrong Abroad:

Tip One:

Before you leave home, make a copy of the first page of your passport and visa, and keep them separate.

10 Tips for When Things Go Wrong Abroad:

Tip Two:

Make a plan to have cash wired if your passport is lost. (When I flew home from a trip, a fellow traveler told me of his plight that Sunday. His US passport was stolen abroad. When he went to get it replaced, fees applied to get a new one...

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5 Tips on Best Travel Pants | Solo Trekker 4 U

5 Tips on Best Travel Pants. See how to pack and how to wear what works for your next trip! You’ll be better of when your prepare ahead and you’ll be glad you did.

5 Tips on Best Travel Pants: Tip One:

Be sure that any slacks you buy or pack have pockets. The best way to go is with pockets with zippers. Why is that? After a long flight, you may not see that all your top items fell out while you slept!

5 Tips on Best Travel Pants

5 Tips on Best Travel Pants

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5 Tips on Best Travel Pants: Tip Two:

I love color. But if you have a long trip, black or neutral colors mix and match. Also they don’t show you spilled your AM “Joe”! Try a long top or tunic for color and style. That is also a good way to hide a

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5 Safety Travel Tips for Solo Female Travelers

5 Safety Travel Tips for Solo Female Travelers

5 Safety Travel Tips for Solo Female Travelers

5 Safety Travel Tips for Solo : Over two decades, I have explored the remote islands of Rarotonga and Aitutaki, skied an active volcano, dodged epidemics and navigated a low-grade civil war. I fought off muggers in broad daylight in Europe and barely missed being a feast for crocodiles.  Aside from the latter, many safety issues worldwide are the same as those that exist at home. However, when jetlag combines with an unfamiliar setting, a traveler may become easy prey.

Although I have come through my travels unscathed, we women solo travelers need to be realistic about safety. From my repeated sojourns, I have gleaned a list of practical considerations.

5 Safety Travel Tips for Solo Female Travelers: Arrival:

Tip One:

For arrival in areas w...

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Solo Adventures Tips from Expedition Unknown

Solo Adventures Tips from Expedition Unknown: Like Indiana Jones, the Travel Channel’s best-known archaeologist, Josh Gates, brings us excitement at home.

Solo Adventures Tips from Expedition Unknown

Solo Adventures Tips from Expedition Unknown

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Selects Tips by Josh Gates, Travel TV
I tuned into Expedition Unknown for Josh Gates’s travel tips. After traveling to 100 countries, he had some fairly routine tips. Five of which I selected below.

Solo Adventures Tips from Expedition Unknown’s Josh Gates:

Tip One:

  • Pack early.
  • Make a checklist.
  • Check out the weather at your destination and what you need, including any specialty gear.
  • My personal recommendation: When you finish packing, take your luggage for a walk. Then you need to practice hoisting it up into an imaginary overhead bin...
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North America Solo Travel Destinations

North America 10 Solo Travel

North America 10 Solo Travel

North America 10  Solo Travel Destinations: If like some of us, you are still waiting to take a summer vacation. Here are my top personal suggestions for relatively close-by and bargain solo travel destinations. More good news? For extra savings, you can drive or take the train (or even bus) to many saving costs and waiting in lines when flying. In addition, there is a wide range of options. You can start choose a cultural travel package, adventure vacations for singles or even wildlife vacations. Surprised? You don’t need to go on a distant safari to see some fascinating wildlife in their natural or sometimes adopted habitat...

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