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Travel Book Review: How To Travel The World On $50 A Day by Matt Kepnes of Nomadicmatt

I met Matt Kepnes in London back in November 2011. I heard he was at a party, so I crashed the party and introduced myself to him among others. He's a pretty cool guy, we exchanged pleasantries and he was kind enough to take this picture with me. I wanted to meet him as I'd read his stuff at NomadicMatt.com, liked what he had to offer about traveling frugally and really wanted to meet the person b...
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Travel Tip Tuesday: How To Book A Hotel Using Roomkey.com

Travel Tip Tuesday 21 August, 2012 Travel Tip Tuesday talks about how to book a hotel using the new booking engine called Roomkey.com.  Roomkey is owned by a few major hotel chains and allows you to compare prices at different hotel brands.  You can then book them on roomkey's site or on the hotel's site.  The cool thing is that you can get your frequent stayer miles as well.  Check it out at w...
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Melbourne, Australia: A Visit To The Australian Tennis Open 2012

In Tennis, there's something called the Grand Slam, that's the four major Tennis tournaments during the year.  It starts with the Australian Open in Melbourne, Victoria Australia, then the French Open at Roland Garros in Paris, France;  Wimbledon in the U.K. and finally the U.S. Open in Flushing Meadows, Queens NY. In my quest to do my own Grand Slam, I started by attending the Australian Open in ...
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Travel Tip Tuesday: Book Your Hotel Close To Where You Want to Be

Travel Tip Tuesday for 17 Jan., 2012 [youtube width="853" height="480"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqvdvpKUIgo[/youtube] Welcome to another episode of Travel Tip Tuesday. This is Kerwin with Cruisinaltitude.com. When you’re booking a… Today’s Travel Tip is about booking hotels. When you’re booking hotels, one of the key thing is to ensure that its actually close to where you want to get t...
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