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Travel Guide Tips for India

Travel guide to India The travel guide is a brief tool which explains what to carry and what to do once you are India. Rule 1 Donot wear warm(woolen) clothes as the weather in India is almost sunny and very warm . During the day avg temperates are between 70 F – 90 F. Always safe to carry cotton clothes and flip flops and a hat. Hand Sanitizer can always be useful Rule2 Donot give money especially dollars to anyone whom you dont know as it creates a urge for others also to keep asking you dollars. Please say no or nahi…

DITY (Do-It-Yourself) Move Travel Options

Active duty personnel who receive PCS (Permanent Change of Station) orders have the option of accepting a government-sponsored move to their next duty station, or making a DITY (Do-It-Yourself) move. If you choose to make a DITY move, what resources are available for you to take advantage of? Rental Vehicle/ Equipment If you choose to rent a vehicle for your DITY move, you will be solely responsible for finding a suitable truck or trailer to transport your household goods to the next destination. The US government will pay you an allowance based on mileage and the estimated weight of your…

Must-Have Tech Gadgets for Travelers

So you have your bags packed, already bought your plane ticket and you’re ready to go. But before leaving the house, you have to choose what tech gadgets to take with you and what to leave behind. I am not going to list the mobile phone in here, as I think it is really too obvious and most people won’t leave their house without it, even if they’re going out for an hour! Universal Charger It’s not important if you’re going on a job trip or on vacation, you will always need chargers for all your phones, tablets etc. You always…

The Road We Travel

A quiet comfort, so sereneA child sleeps, inside a dreamAmazing love as parents watchJoyful hearts that these dreams touch Staring idly into space This child now grown, will seek his place Aspirations of great success A young life, an unsorted mess Successful now, making his mark An adult in life, comes out of the dark The hopes and dreams, they all make sense The goal it seems, is remembrance Its quiet again, it feels serene Grandchildren stare in wonder, at what it might mean The time has come, to retreat into the dark To open the door, for the next to leave their mark Everyday in our lives, we hustle and…

An Ex- Residents Guide for Travelers to Scottsdale, Arizona

A Local’s Recommendation for Things to Do and See in Arizona’s Coolest City No one likes looking like a tourist. It’s hard to look cool fumbling around with a map , wearing an “I love (insert city here)” T-shirt and snapping pictures like amateur paparazzi. You learn so much more about a place when you experience it like a local! In this article I’ll let you know the (cool) hot spots in Scottsdale & the greater Phoenix Area. Scottsdale was once voted “Arizona’s Most Livable City”. I’d have to agree. It’s a hip, up-and-coming spot with great restaurants, chic clubs, huge malls,…

Five Places on My Travel Wish List

I love to travel. One of my favorite things to do is go to a new place that I haven’t been to before. Here are five places I’d love to see in the next five years. 1. Moab and Arches National Park Utah is right next to my home state of Colorado, but I’ve never been. I think the scenery is just gorgeous; I can’t wait to see the arches in person. Sunrise or sunset in the park has to be one of the most beautiful sights. 2. Paris, France While I have been to lots of continents, I haven’t been to…

Green Travel Tips for South America

Many people are trying to reduce their carbon footprint in any way they can. While easier to do at home than while traveling, reducing your carbon footprint can still be done while you are on a vacation. Most of the time, these tricks and tips you can use to be greener, also end up being a lot easier on your wallet as well. Staying green on your vacation will put more green in your wallet. If you are planning on taking a vacation to South America, there are a few ways which you can go green at the same time.…

Travel is Good If You Have the Time and the Money

Travel is fun and educational If you have a travel agent You will really be in the know You have to decide Do you go by plane To Mexico, Alaska, or England Waiting in long lines at the airport Do you go by car Driving at you own pace To Florida, New York, or Chicago You can stop and look at the views Taking a cruise is also great When you can get up when you want to Eat when you have the time Sun bathing if the weather permits See a show or two Take tours when the ship…

Traveling to the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas)

Falkland Island/Islas Malvinas Located off the coast of Argentina, British occupied Falkland Islands is a barren, isolated island popular as a stop for those on Antarctica cruises. The real draw to the islands is its diverse wildlife. Wildlife The island has five different breeds of penguins alone. In addition to penguins, the Island is popular for sighting sea lions, albatross, a variety of sea birds and seals. Getting There The Falkland Island is remote and fairly inaccessible. Despite being closer to Argentina than Chile, there are no direct flights to the island from Argentina. The only way to access the islands international…

Traveling Tips

Traveler’s Blueprint These are some travelling tips for those average travellers that are planning for a vacation, holidays or a trip anywhere. Going to somewhere outside your safe zone can be difficult, you could experience some difficulties if you forgot to bring along some important documents or items. That’s why I’m helping you out to make your journey easier yet comfortable. These are some pointers that would help: • Plan your journey at least one week ahead so you won’t be stressing out yourself during the last minute. • Create a checklist of what to bring along during your trip.…

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