It takes a while to come to terms with the idea of quitting your job and leaving on a trip. Once I knew I HAD to take this trip, the very next thought I had was “Great-I can leave. How do I come back?” What follows is what I’ve learned from both Allison and my own experiences. These are all the things to consider and tips we learned on how to come home from a year living and traveling abroad.
While traveling, experience starts to save you both money and headaches abroad. Looking back at our early months traveling we face-in-palm to think of the costly mistakes we made. We share them here to help you avoid stupidity like ours.
*This is not a sponsored video...I'm just a big fan!* Looking into signing up for the Citi Bank HHonors Reserve card? Learn the best perks of the card as well as see an example of where you can cash-in your 2 free nights at the Conrad Bali Resort and Spa. Whether you are looking to add the card into your credit portfolio or you're interested in a bit of Travel Hacking, this video is sure to hit on a few of the points you're looking for like: - What does the card entail? - Is the card right for me? and Should I sign up for the Hhonors card? - What's the catch? - What is the sign-up bonus?
If you're looking to learn more about what travel insurance is, how to buy it, and what our experience was like buying insurance through World Nomads, read on through our review! In our in depth review of World Nomads, we disclose both the pros and the cons their benefits and coverages.
In all the prep, planning and saving for your upcoming trip, don't forget to pick up an International Driving Permit before you leave home. Getting your International Driving Permit isn't as fun and sexy as picking out your new swimsuit for your trip, but you're going to be glad you have it when the time comes. Here are three reasons
Packing for a RTW trip can feel overwhelming at times - but no matter how many days or hours before your trip, always remember... THERE WILL BE STORES WHERE YOU ARE GOING so no need to majorly stress. However, while you plan, here's a quick list of should-brings.
You've probably heard of some of these, but we're looking deeper into how to get the most out of each app.... did you know you can use Google Maps abroad WITHOUT using data? How about a flight search engine that guarantees the cheapest albeit somewhat creative flight paths ...
"How someone with a $55,000 annual salary In Chicago could save enough THIS YEAR for 3-6 months travel in SE Asia." "The only way someone making $70k can save more than someone making $55k is if they live like they still make $55k."