Category Archives: Travel Ideas

Great Spots for Your Family’s First Fishing Trip

By Jocelyn Brown

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Wherever you are in the world, there are some wonderful spots to take your family fishing for the first time. Fishing is a great way to spend quality time outside with your family. Children can experience the pleasures of being outdoors, while learning important life skills. Patience is an essential trait for any budding angler. Here are just some great US fishing spots where you can take your family for their first fishing adventure. Everglades City & 10,000 Islands, Florida

Start your family fishing adventure at the marina in Everglades City, where one direction takes you where your family of anglers can cast for everything from sheepshead and snapper to tarpon and snook. If you then head the opposite way, you’ll find yourselves deeper into the Everglades, bursting with wildlife. Here you can enjoy the challenge of trying to catch freshwater and saltwater fish. Continue reading

Packing Like A Pro: 5 Mistakes You Should Be Avoiding Already

By John Miller

terminal luggageNo, you don’t need to carry around large heavy bags, pack for every eventuality or dig around in a bottomless suitcase for the item you are looking for.  If you are a frequent traveller or even if you’re not, you need to start packing smarter! Here are some of the top packing mistakes you should already be avoiding making your travel life a whole lot easier. Continue reading

6 Simple Tricks for Saving Money for Traveling

By Joselyn BrownTravel pictureHave you always wanted to travel?  What’s stopping your?  Many people spend their entire live loving the idea of traveling, but they never get around to it because it seems too expensive.  We’re hear to tell you that no matter your income, you can afford to travel.  Here are a few tips to get you started.  

Have a Plan

Any good savings plan will have five steps. First, assess whether you can realistically achieve your travel goals. Then, set savings goals. Create a plan for how you will meet your goals (the next five tips should help.) Implement your plan. And, every month, revisit your plan to see how you are doing and reassess if necessary. Continue reading