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Go On The Best Vacation Without Going Broke

Go On The Best Vacation Without Going Broke

Everybody loves to travel, but few love the price tag that comes with it. The cost of flights, hotels, and currency exchanges can end up grounding a lot of these flights of fancy, as the average Canadian spends $1,007 on international travel—the third highest in the world according to the UNWTO Tourism Highlights report. If you want to make the most of your summer vacation without going broke, you’ll need to follow these savvy tips to keep your travel bill low.


Know what you can afford

It sounds so simple, but would-be travellers skip this step frequently. With their minds set on elaborate travel plans, they’re focused on budget-busting trips they can’t afford, so they assume all travel is out of their reach.

Just because a three-month backpacking trip across Asia may not be within your capabilities doesn’t mean you have to stay home this year. You can plan a smaller vacation that fits your finances, but first, you need to know what you can afford.
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10 Useful Things to Know About Living in Singapore

Relocating to Singapore has now become a dream for many people, and it is not hard to see why. The country delivers a high quality of education, its economy is doing well, and those coming from a colder climate find the warm weather rather inviting. The discipline and strong laws observed in the city make… Continue Reading

Visit Miami on a Budget

Miami Beach, Florida is one of the most exciting cities to visit, and there are hundreds of affordable hotels in Miami. From top of the line luxury, trendy boutique hotels in South Beach and budget hotels just about everywhere, there is something for every travel budget. Affordable Miami There are budget hotels in most locations… Continue Reading

10 Items for Your Last-Minute Travel Checklist

10 Items for Your Last-Minute Travel Checklist

I don’t know if you’ve notice, but Labor Day is right upon us, exactly a week from now, in fact.  With it, the end of summer is here, however much we may wish that wasn’t the case.  Still, Labor Day does bring with the opportunity to celebrate and enjoy the change of seasons.  What’s the… Continue Reading