Cheap Travel

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1. Remember to budget for expenses you’ll need to keep paying at home. Don’t forget expenses you’ll need to keep paying at home, such as health insurance, student loans, annual fees, tax payments, car registration, or car insurance. You may be able to downgrade or have other options for reducing your payments without losing your

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Waimea Bay North Shore Hawaii

The most important thing to know about the beaches in Hawaii is that there is a dramatic difference in summer vs. winter. Most Oahu beaches are calm in summer but very rough with big swells in winter. Go in summer! Another consideration is that the water temperatures are not particularly warm in Hawaii if you

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Advanced Techie Tips for Location Independent Folks

Since we’ve been travelling for much of the last 3 years we’ve had to find workarounds for various tech issues we’ve encountered along the way. The most common one – ultra slow wifi in hotels. Hotels increasingly make you, the guest, troubleshoot their tech issues. If there is a wifi problem, the hotel staff will

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flight booking tips

1. Sometimes secondary airports are just as convenient, sometimes they’re not. Factor in the cost of getting to and from the airport. For example, when I was staying with friends in Silicon Valley recently, San Jose airport was just as convenient as San Francisco Airport and I almost forgot to even check San Jose airport.

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Australia is a notoriously expensive destination. Here are some tips for traveling in Australia on a budget, and easing the Aussie string on your wallet. 1. Avoid Christmas and Australian school holidays. Australians take their summer holidays at Christmas and in January. At this time of year, you’ll be competing with locals for domestic flights