My Introvert Travel Guide To Easter Island

Most people think of places that are quiet and isolated, with fewer people, so they can enjoy lots of solitude. They also love the beautiful natural beauty of these destinations. Easter Island is the perfect place to go if this sounds like your ideal holiday. Officially part of Chile, it nevertheless takes several hours on a plane to get there from the mainland. The tiny airport is surrounded by water and you ...

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Why Travel Is Not For Introverts – And How To Master It Anyway

The stereotype of the extroverted tourist is what drives me insane every single time. To survive on the road, you must be outgoing, bubbly, and socially active. In fact, debunking that myth and proving that introvert travel is indeed possible was one of the main reasons for me to start this blog. There are many introverted travelers out there, including myself. They are the best evidence that introverts can travel the ...

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10 Awesome Summer Destinations

You might be interested to find a summer destination that is not too far from the big cities, as some of the country's most famous attractions are beginning to welcome back tourists. Some of our top summer destinations are not the places you would think to visit at first glance. They are great because of that! Our summer travel guide will provide you with plenty of fun activities, including outdoor ...

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An Introvert Travel Guide For Surviving Vacation With An Extrovert

Road trip with a friend sounds perfect. They bring a new perspective to sightseeing, great conversation at mealtimes and a desire to make memories. Or does it? Dan Buettner (HT0_ Psychology Today contributor) says that as many as 50% of people are introverts. They prefer to be alone and reflect, and as such, can identify with as high as 50%. For introverts, traveling with someone who is more comfortable in solitude ...

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5 Tips For Smarter Business Travel

Efficiency is all about making the most of your time and getting the best bang for your money. These road-tested tips will make your journeys more enjoyable, especially when you are not on the road. 1. Use In-transit Time Wise You can make the most of your time on the plane, or while waiting on layovers, to get some work done. These extended periods of time can be used to take a ...

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What To Look For In A Travel Companion

Whether you're traveling on business or for fun, one thing remains true: it's much better with a sidekick. How do you find the perfect companion? Someone who can keep up with your pace, enjoys your interests and shares your passion for early morning hikes? To help us find the right travel companion, we reached out to frequent travelers, businesspeople, and travel bloggers across the country. Expect The Unexpected Jessica Netmaker, a PBS host, says that flexibility ...

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How To Survive Long Layovers With Kids

When I booked our recent family flight from North Carolina and Texas, a few hours of layover was not a major deal. After all, we saved hundreds of dollars by stopping over in Atlanta. The reality of what was to come set in as soon as I saw the "fasten your seat belts" light indicating that it was time for our first descent. After waiting for our bags and security to ...

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5 Things Every New Mom Should Know Before You Travel With A Baby

There are many things you need to pack when traveling with a baby. It can be difficult to decide how many diapers you should pack and whether your infant needs a separate seat. These six tips will help you relax and make your travel plans easier. Shop For Travel-size Diaper Supplies Tubs of A+D ointment or boxes of wipes can weigh down your luggage and take up space that could be used ...

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8 Reasons Single Parents Shouldn’t Be Afraid To Travel With Kids

It's difficult enough to keep your children in their routine, but it is much easier to travel with them. It's even more difficult to do it solo. Even the most confident parents can be terrified by this. Single parent travel is no more difficult than mid-night diaper changes or temper tantrums. You can do anything if you have survived all of that. These are some reasons single parents should not ...

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