10 Items to Bring For a Long-Haul Flight
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10 Items to Bring For a Long-Haul Flight

The go-to list for what you’ll want to bring with you for a long-haul flight.

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My Complete Travel Photography Gear List
Photography

My Complete Travel Photography Gear List

Are you interested in travel photography or looking to get a new camera this year? Whether you’re just starting out or looking to upgrade your gear, this list is my go-to.

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The Best Time to Visit Northern California
California

The Best Time to Visit Northern California

Northern California is really unlike any other part of the state when it comes to weather. Due to its geography, from mountain landscapes to valleys, the weather tends to change by region. In one breath, you could be in a very foggy San Francisco, and then go over the bridge to Marin and it is fifteen degrees warmer. Here’s my guide on when to visit Northern California.

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A Guide to the Coolest Coffee Shops in Tokyo, Japan
Japan

A Guide to the Coolest Coffee Shops in Tokyo, Japan

These coffee shops in Tokyo, Japan are some of the coolest I’ve found over the past few trips. Take a look at the ones you won’t want to miss and bookmark them for later.

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12 Tips for Cutting Costs When Booking Hotel Rooms
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12 Tips for Cutting Costs When Booking Hotel Rooms

The first guest post of the year is from an expert in points and miles travel who knows some of the best travel hacks. So I asked what are some of the best ways to cut costs when booking hotels rooms. Click to see the 12 tips and some that I had never heard about before!

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The Ultimate Free Travel Itinerary Template
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The Ultimate Free Travel Itinerary Template

Over the years, I’ve used Excel spreadsheets to help organize my travel itineraries. Saving them offline as a PDF has also meant that I can easily keep track of my itinerary and confirmation numbers while on the go. In this blog post, I’m giving you my travel itinerary template to help you keep your trips well planned and organized!

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Having the pleasure of staying at the St. Regis, I was greeted with friendly staff and a quick ride on the boat to the atoll. The main island of Bora Bora was once a volcano, and the remains are surrounded by many “motus” or “atolls” that create an almost still water lagoon. Even though the ocean side is rough with wind and choppy waters, the lagoon side is sheltered creating its perfect white sand beaches and crystal clear water. The almost complete circle surrounding the main island creates one big swimming pool with only one entrance to the ocean. 

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