We’re all about that wanderlust life. (Portugal? Duh. Morocco? Been there, done that. Tulum? *Yawn*, so last year.) But all the airfare, hotels and restaurants (if we didn’t try all the food, did it really even happen?) really start to add up. The travel experts at Lonely Planet agree, which is why they just released
Millions of Americans travel each November and December to spend time with loved ones. And while there’s nothing like returning home for the holidays, doing so inevitably comes at a cost. If you’d rather not strain your budget too heavily, consider these tips for keeping your expenses to a minimum. 1. Don’t wait till the
Credit cards that offer rewards like airline miles or a percentage of cash back on everyday purchases can be a pretty great deal. But with so many different rewards credit cards available, choosing one that’s right for your lifestyle can feel overwhelming. Not only that, are you sure a rewards credit card is a smart
The U.S. dollar as been at record highs relative to other currencies in recent years, and although it doesn’t feel like it affects us on a day-to-day basis at work, take a trip to many locations abroad and you’ll find that it does! Let’s take a look at the most interesting travel venues that will
I’m going to be honest: living in Maine, I think the few people who surf during the winter are crazy. But surfing, despite my personal opinions, is done both on the East and West coasts of the U.S. (and obviously other places around the world). Surfing is a fairly simple sport, at least when it comes
27-year-old Amy Butler and 33-year-old David Laws are living out their dream traveling around Europe in a converted luxury “beach bus” — and it’s only costing them £15 a day. The pair met in 2014 while living in Dubai, where Butler was working in oil and gas recruitment and Laws was a design technology teacher.