What is the one travel item I can’t live without? The answer can be found in my photos over the last 20 years of travel.
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Who doesn’t love a little travel inspiration? There was a time in our journey when we weren’t the Travel Addicts. There was a time when we didn’t travel. We didn’t think we had the money or the time. That changed for us years ago, but our pre-travel life is never far from our thoughts.
If we are being truly honest, one of the reasons we embarked on this journey was to inspire other people. We want to share the gift of the world with everyone. These articles are more than just some pretty pictures and click bait headlines. We want to offer real, meaningful travel inspiration, tips, and suggestions.
These articles are meant to inspire you. But more than that, these are meant to educate and inform. While we have lots of destination-specific information and articles (including itineraries and weekend getaways), these articles look at the travel experience from a broader perspective.
Who doesn’t love a little inspiration?
When most people think of affordable travel destinations, they think of Asia or certain parts of Central and South America. Europe doesn’t usually make the cut. But the dollar is particularly strong right now, and there are so many cheap places to visit in Europe that have lots to offer.
One of the most important decisions that any traveler can make is what luggage to buy. Bags come in a nearly infinite variety of sizes, materials, and prices. It’s often difficult to determine the relative benefits of bags when they can be found at such different price points.
Travel isn’t what it used to be. It’s become a much less pleasant experience in recent years. For frequent business travelers, the one thing that will put the smile on your face is scoring airline or hotel upgrades. Here’s how to do it.
We’ve all heard the phrase, “regret nothing.” It’s an admirable sentiment. In general, we try to live our lives that way. We believe in living life to the fullest. But there have been a few minor travel regrets over the years.
You may be nervous about driving overseas for the first time. This can be especially true if you’re driving on the other side of the road, or in a country that is known for a lot of traffic. Renting a car overseas can be a liberating experience and allow you to see sights not otherwise
The lead up to a trip is usually filled with fun anticipation. But it’s a time for planning, too, to make sure your trip goes as smoothly as it can. This checklist will help ensure that you are as prepared as possible for your vacation.
“What’s the best travel camera?” It’s one of the most frequent questions we receive from readers. We’re constantly bombarded with questions – from the best waterproof camera to the overall best camera for travel – so this is our recommendation.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are of such outstanding natural beauty or cultural importance that they are worthy of protection for all humanity.
After having our luggage lost on a couple of continents, leaving countless items behind, and generally being unprepared a couple of times, we’ve put together 15 of our best packing tips to help your trip be smooth sailing.