TOP TEN: How to beat JET LAG

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Well considering it is my blogs namesake, I suppose it is time I shared the best ways I think you can avoid a heavy case of Jet Lag. I would consider myself a fairly seasoned traveler. I probably end up on at least 10 planes a year if not more, so I’ve become very well adept to avoiding the sometimes-unavoidable Jet Lag. I think I’ve got this down- to be fair, I don’t really remember the last time I had … Read More

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TOP TEN: Reasons to travel when you’re young!

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Travelling is important at any age. You should travel young, old and everything in-between. There is a certain period in your life though where it can really have a greater effect on your life, and that is when you’re young. And no, I’m not referring to those young at heart. But those that are sort of between that 18-25 young. Those years can come with some of the dumbest decisions and questionable moments. Those are also the years that can … Read More

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Destination: India

Where: India (Various) What: Tour of Rajasthan When: March 2014 With: G-Adventures It has taken me over a month now to write up a summary of my trip to India. Sometimes you just have to sit back and think about for a while in order to truly format an opinion. My opinion is simple; I love India. With all the quirks, all the crazy and all of the commotion, you still can’t help but love it. There is something so … Read More

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India. And all of the quirks.

Travelling to India in any capacity is a true experience. It doesn’t matter what your reflection of it ends up being, but I can almost guarantee it will by far be the most interesting place you will ever visit. The best way I could describe it, is it is simply a sensory overload. Everything is crazy. It is the loudest place you’ll ever go, the various scents will hit you from all ends and the amazing overdose of colour almost … Read More

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Oh Holi Day!

Over a year ago now I stumbled upon some pictures of people absolutely covered in colour and their faces drenched in smiles. After some general research, I soon found out, that was none other than a Hindu festival called Holi. As soon as I found out about it, and came to realize that a major participant in the world was India, I HAD to go! Here we are, just a year and a bit later and I finally went (and … Read More

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What the Duck!?!

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So it’s not a big secret that food and travel go hand in hand. One of my favourite things about traveling is eating all sorts of great, unusual and delicious foods.  I really will try anything and rarely will I dislike something. I can embrace the bizarre when it comes to my appetite, and after all, travel many times is just that- bizarre. It is also probably why I always come back 10 pounds heavier.   With that said and … Read More

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Why I Travel.

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It has taken me a lot of time to write this blog post. Particularly because I’m not all too sure why I travel. So after months of having this screen up, here is the best ramble I could come up with. I’ve noticed in the last few years (my prime traveling years), I seem to be on the receiving end of an odd amount of commentary on my style of travel as well as the frequency of it. None of … Read More

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TOP TEN: Random things you don’t know about Iceland

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Iceland is such an interesting place, so many quirks and filled with character. I learned so many random things about this little country, and here are top ten random things you don’t know about Iceland. NUMBER ONE: Elves This is my personal favourite and I can’t hold out till the end. Elves. Icelanders love elves. And not in a fantasy creature type of way: as in, most people in Iceland truly believe in elves. Now the official number of people … Read More

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TOP TEN: Tips for Disney World first timers

Just this past November, I went on my very first trip to Disney World (certainly won’t be my last). It was such a whirlwind, and so much was going on, I was glad we had everything so well planned out. I have noticed though, many people think they can just go to Disney World on a whim and that’s all there is to it! In some ways you can, especially if you can go frequently. If you can’t though, you … Read More

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TOP TEN: Why you need a travel agent!

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I am a travel agent, and I am not writing this because of a biased. I am writing this because of my personal need for a travel agent, and why I think everyone should have one! I have recently said “I wish I wasn’t a travel agent, so I could have a travel agent!” I mean it. Seriously. Now let’s be clear here. I am not referring to a booking agent over at some online travel company. I am speaking … Read More

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