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All You Need to Know About Travel Humidors
When humidors where first created by Zino Davidoff in the early 20th century, they were large cellar humidors which certainly made for restricted travel. One now had the ability to strive for the perfect cigar, but only from home. Most people would...

Car Hire - How To Get The Best Price And Service For Traveling
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Namibia - A Bountiful Harvest Awaits the Adventure Traveler
Namibia is a largely arid country of stark rough-hewn beauty. The most vivid images are those of a haunting technicolor landscape of swirling orange dunes, shimmering mirages and treacherous dust devils. The apparent desolation is deceptive and...

Travel Insurance - Do I Really Need To Buy Cover For A Holiday In Britain?
Last week my wife and I booked a seven day holiday in Tobermory on the wonderful Isle of Mull. All that grand scenery with brightly painted houses clustered around the harbour. Hands up who knows Tobermory as Balamory! You could have...

Weekend Trips Are a Popular Choice For RoomSaver.com Travelers
August 09, 2005- In a recent survey conducted this month of two hundred RoomSaver.com Travel Club members, the most popular days to travel were compiled. Results show that the majority of respondents (23.2%) prefer to begin their trips on a Friday,...

 
ABCs of Adventure Travel


A Address peel and stick labels for all your family and friends before you go. Then stick to postcards along the way and you'll come home looking good.

B Bottled water is a must don't drink anything else.

C Cookbooks from your travels are always a great souvenir. Cook a dish from one when you have friends over to see your video and pictures

D Digital cameras save the day; their small and you never run out of film

E Expect excitement; go with anticipation, not trepidation

F Food is fun, try something you've never eaten before like zebra pate or Australian wine

G Give generous tips, especially in poor countries, you'll be so glad you did

H Hang out with the locals. Get to know a new person on your trip and get a photo with them

I Inform someone at home of your itinerary

J Journal every day. Can you remember now what you did last week?

K Kids love it when you have packed little surprises to open along the way

L Learn something: Take a pasta making course in Italy, Scuba diving in Argentina or Belly dancing in Bagdad (just kidding)!

N Note the local artisans and buy something authentic

O One substantial souvenir is better than a lot of small things. Then ship it home to lighten your luggage

P Postcards will rescue you when your photography fails. You can never have too many

Q Questions help you get the most out of all you see and experience.

R Read before you leave. Read lots of books about your destination. Find out who the local best sellers are, and read one of their books.

S Scrapbook within the first week of getting home

T Travel as light as humanly possible. Dragging luggage


is no fun.

U Unpack as soon as you get home.

V Vaccinations and certain medications are necessary in some countries be sure to check with the World Health Organization about what you need.

W Whining never fixes anything buck up and deal with the differences

X exchange your currency at the airport or a bank and be sure you understand the value of your money

Y You are the one who will make or break your adventure. Plan to be positive

Z Zero in on one or two experiences and squeeze the most out of them. Adventure overload will leave you confused.

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