MONTHLY ARCHIVES May 2017

Top Sailing Destinations

This post may contain affiliate links, which means if you click on the link and make a purchase, Grizzled Nomad will receive a small commission. Sailing Destinations The best way to spend the summer and experience most unforgettable moments on the water will definitely be taking your boat or a yacht out for a cruise. […]

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Viet Bamboo Travel

Vietnam Dream Travel is one of the most important parts of our life. You can reduce stress and discover beautiful landscapes everywhere. And Vietnam is among countries with much beautiful scenery that attract visitor from an international country. After finishing the Second World War, Viet Nam has come on the top of traveling industry. Coming […]

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Which London neighborhood has the vacation rental for you?

Which London neighborhood has the vacation rental for you? London vacation rentals may be more affordable than you think, but before you start looking around for rentals in London, you will want to know a few things. You need to know where to stay and where to turn to in order to find great vacation […]

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8 Things That Will Make Your Trip

Coming holidays With the holiday season on the way, traveling arrangements are being made by millions of people around the world. If everything goes right from A to Z, time spent traveling will pass unnoticed. On the other hand, holiday traffic frequency often means smaller or larger inconveniences, from unexpected delays to flight redirections and […]

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EXPAT LIFE IN COSTA RICA: A SHORT GUIDE

Although this has been a practice for centuries now, the expatriate life has never been more popular than it is today. On that note, there must be a reason why many expats choose to move to this country – miles of golden beaches with tumbling surf, peaceful lakes next to live nearby and tropical jungles […]

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TRAVELING ON A NOODLE BUDGET

To truly travel like I do you need a small but their budget 500 to 1,000 US a month. I usually when I am going to a new country far-flung I book the airfare 3 to 6 months in advance. You will save lots of money this way. Hostels are another way to save money, […]

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TOP 10 SEATTLE WEIRD FACTS !

The background: I moved to Seattle in 2003, I was 20 years old and had come from the Southern United States.To let you know if you are from outside the U.S. as many of my readers are, the south as its called is like a different world. Race and all that goes with that is […]

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10 OPINIONS OF AMERICANS OVERSEAS

  Whenever I am overseas, no matter what country I am in, after being asked where are you from, and I say America, You can see the wheels turning and all the things people assume about us. Americans are a different breed from others. So I figured why not show you what we are and […]

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ALASKA : SUMMER JOB FOR TRAVELER

A Summer Job When I first moved to Seattle I had a bad time, got fired from the job I moved across the country for. My solution, bust my butt looking for a summer job since I had decided Seattle was my new home. I have been traveling in one way or another since I […]

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HOSTELS VS AIRBNB

The Great Debate I know I am always advocating to go the hostel route over the hotel scene. But it occurred to me why not Airbnb. So after a little research and weighing the pros and cons I came up with a list of which I would choose and why. Hostel Pros: Cheap bunk in a […]

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