We’ve probably all booked our own flights by now. Orbitz, Expedia, Priceline, Kayak, SkyScanner and dozens of other companies allow us to book cheap flights but what I have found is that they don’t usually offer a feature to select multiple cities of travel. So how does one buy a ticket to visit multiple cities?
When it comes to security while traveling you are probably like everyone else. We all want to have a good time and feel safe and secure doing it. Well I want to take a look at the security features that help keep you and everyone else a bit safer while staying in a hostel. For starters
Here’s how you do it. 1. You need to make a FREE reservation to visit the Reichstag. You will have to fill out a few forms and give them your passport number. 2. Once you have been confirmed and you receive an e.mail that looks like the one seen below. You are ready to go. 3.
At some point in your life you may find yourself making a purchase in a foreign country with a credit or debit card. When this moment arises you might get asked a specific question that you have likely not heard before. “Would you like to pay with US dollars instead of the local currency?”. It
If you have ever stayed at a hostel then you have probably stayed in a shared dorm room along with other travelers. When you first enter this shared living space there are a number of scenarios that could unfold. The following 9 points are some of my most memorable experiences that I hope give you
One thing that just about every traveler needs is a quality international travel adapter so you can use/charge your electronic devices while in foreign countries. There are several different types of adapters but for consistency of this post I am going to refer to the outlet (power points for all of my friends abroad) as
It was Christmas morning 2012 and I went down to my hostel lobby to get some breakfast and get my day started. My Aussie friend, Kristyn was down there and she was going to get some coffee and go for a walk. She invited me and I gladly obliged. We decided to go to a
I just made it onto a train from BCN Airport (with a free train ticket) to set out into the city of Barcelona, Spain. I’m not sure what stop I managed to get off at but I remember that it was where the vast majority of other riders seem to be getting off at so
One of the things that I always try to do when I travel is to help fellow travelers out whenever I see one. Sometimes I see them looking around confused, walking aimlessly with a backpack on or maybe just stressed out from the language barrier or poor directions. I have been victims of all of
I think one of the biggest inhibitors of travel is that “It’s expensive” in the minds of almost everyone. I’m not going to say that it’s cheap but one of the best ways to save money for a trip is by creating it out of nothing. I’m talking about purchasing foreign currency when it is cheap/weak