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General travel tips & resources
This is a collection of general tips and resources I’ve gathered for those that love to travel.
Visiting Mexico on its own sounds like a dream come true, but just hearing about Cancun and the exotic golden beaches and feeling that you’re in paradise sounds even more heavenly. But will traveling to Cancun really break the bank?
Many people think that in order to travel you need to have a lot of money. This thought is simply not true. I was able…
Think major world cities outside of the US, and London is probably one of the first places that you’ll come up with. The UK capital…
Some trips are full of non-stop action, where you’re moving swiftly between places so you can throw yourself into the next activity on your jampacked itinerary. Some trips are a little more leisurely, whether you plan on soaking up beautiful weather, or you have time alone with your thoughts as you travel between destinations. If your holiday fits into the latter category, then your travels could provide the ideal time to pick up a new hobby.
It is a good practice to be at the airport hours before your flight to ensure that you have ample time to check in your luggage, obtain your boarding pass, and get through immigration, all before the last boarding call. However, waiting in a lounge at the airport may also get boring, especially when you encounter flight delays. Nevertheless, there are several ways to fill in time while waiting for your flight.
All aboard, travel fans. This time it’s destination New York City and we’re bringing you the ultimate packing list of essential items you might otherwise regret leaving behind.
Straight off the bat, let’s cover a handy acronym that pulls together some of the major reminders that we all need to double and triple check before tipping the cab driver and marching through the door marked ‘Departures’. PMT – Passport, money, tickets. If you were to arrive in NYC with nothing but PMT, you’d be more or less fine and able to get home. But you aren’t a boomerang. You’re going to leave the airport, one imagines, and you’re going to need to live and be comfortable over a period of days. With that in mind, check out our ultimate packing list for visiting NYC.