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Excursion Trip

Santa Monica Pier

How blessed are we who get to travel in our course of life? Recently, I wrote about extending your trip to include a separate stop at no cost to you if you are using travelling from most of the major point programs. I was travelling on AeroPlan for that trip and instead of just heading …

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5 Reasons You Need Travel Insurance

Planning a trip can be a stressful experience and most will be counting every penny to leave as much as possible in the discretionary fund while on the journey. However, insurance is a must-have and the expense of it absolutely needs to be built into…

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Adventure Is a State of Mind

By Daniel Noll By A crumpled bit of inspiration I hijacked from Audrey early in our relationship hangs above my desk. Who would accuse Helen Keller of not leading an adventurous life even though she never went skydiving, bungee jumping or mountain climbing?…

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10 Ways to Make the Most of Any Tour, Anywhere in the World

By Daniel Noll By Capturing Perito Moreno Glacier — Patagonia, Argentina. Have you ever been on a tour and felt like it’s just not working for you? Maybe there’s something missing? Or the connection just isn’t there? What do you do?…

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10 World Busiest Airports, 2014

The airports are ranked according the total number of passengers 1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia, United States has remained the world busiest airport since the year 1998, that is for 16years. 2. Beijing Capital…

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