Ever been on vacation and find yourself amidst of “unplanned downtime”? Unplanned downtime is when you didn’t fill that itinerary with a fun activity because you didn’t plan it. Yup, doesn’t apply to me neither! I always find something to do 🙂
But what about certain activities that demand too much of your budget and you need an activity to “pad” your itinerary should you need it? Well, you’re in luck because here is a list of 35 FREE things to do while you are on vacation [Read More…]
Looking to spot the perfect travel agent to help you with your next excursion? Before you go with a friend’s referral, read on to scope out the necessary qualities before you commit to an agency:
If you are going to a country that is unknown to you and would feel better if someone guides you on planning the trip, I recommend hiring a travel agent for booking purposes. Sometimes, planning an itinerary can be cumbersome with all the reservation details that are involved it might as well be a part-time job!
But before you visit any travel agency, make sure you consider the following before [Read More…]
Welcome back to my “itinerstory” on visiting London in six days. Day Five led me to visit two historical places on a rather gloomy day but it was so worth the damp trip. Enjoy!
It is about a quarter until 7 in the morning now. I looked up from the room’s window and fixed my gaze to the glass ceilings. It is rainy outside. But the rain wasn’t going to hold us up from exploration. We weren’t hungry but we helped outselves to the stash we build up in the mini-fridge. In a previous [Read More…]
Here are five practical and free apps for the saavy traveler! Plus, all of these apps are compatible on Android and iOs devices- don’t worry I checked! [Read More…]
This post may contain affiliate links.
I almost always planned my trips in advance. Chances are an itinerary is always typed up to ensure that I get the best out of my trips. Below I have unveiled my “itinerstory” and share tips and tricks on getting the best out of London in 6 days!
I traveled to London in September 2012 right after the summer of the Olympics. I booked it about eight months in advance so I can have enough time to research and fish out the best deals. I booked and flew with Virgin Airlines, economy coach style.
I used Expedia to book my flight and Travelocity to book my hotel stay. I did a side by side comparison booking them together vs. booking them separately and found that [Read More…]