Travel Product Review

Review of Hotel Calculator.com

Site Review: I’ve been asked to check out, and review the hotel search engine Hotel Calculator, and share with you what I think. While this is paid gig, I made it clear I’d give you my objective option, as always. Many people ask me how I find great deals traveling the world. While I often try to save money by finding accommodation when I arrive, sometimes I don’t have time or need a safe place to sleep when I arrive late at night. When I was asked to review Hotel Calculator I thought this would be a great opportunity to introduce you to a new internet tool. Save Time I’m a big fan of searching for deals online but I often get frustrated by having to search multiple databases. What makes Hotel Calculator nice, and different from other similar sites like Hotel.com, Booking.com and Wotif.com is that it searches multiple Read full article…

Want a location independent life? 23 ebooks and courses to help you

This is a very different post than I normally write. I was planning to write about my new website that I’m about to launch called the Travel Blog Challenge, along with the 1000-1000 Blog Challenge experiment. But since the website and the challenge are geared toward helping all us wayward travel bloggers gain more visitors and earn more from our websites I decided I needed to let you know about a great sale going on that lasts only 72 hours (well 48 hours as of time of posting, it ends at 10am EST on December 2).  I’ll write about the Challenge next post. OK, so basically there is a huge sale where you can buy 23 Business Courses and Ebooks for only $97 that would normally cost $1,052 if you bought them separately. I’m usually skeptical about these types of things and I passed over the links to this for Read full article…

The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls' Guide E-book Review

This is a guest post by Laura. An international development worker currently living and working in Kosovo. She is passionate about photography, discovering new cultures, yoga, scuba diving, hiking and working with other people to make the world a better place for all.  You can see her photography here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lfrag/ E-book Review- The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls’ Guide The Art of Solo Travel – A Girl’s Guide by Stephanie Lee helped me answer the same question I often ask myself: why travel alone? Then again, I’ve done nothing but for the past 12 years, living and traveling in Israel/Palestine, Pakistan, Maldives and now Kosovo. But I’ve never really travelled ‘alone’ just for the sake of exploring a new place or culture. No matter how I define my own travels, I guess by many people’s account I could be considered an un-average girl. And this, according to the e-book, written for Read full article…

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