Top 5 Must-Visit Destinations In Greece

Jan 17

Top 5 Must-Visit Destinations In Greece

Greece is a gorgeous country boasting of many heritage sites, idyllic beaches, panoramic mountains and a constant climate. With the sky and the sea embracing each other within view, it’s no wonder why this nation is among the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The landscape of geometric homes, the intriguing culture and the pulsating nightlife...

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10 Budget Travel Tips for Low Cost Holidays and Vacations

Dec 18

10 Budget Travel Tips for Low Cost Holidays and Vacations

  Before I became a long term traveler, I would take advantage of cheap vacation deals and low cost holidays that I found online or through weekly travel discount newsletters. Having a full time job in the US, it wasn’t easy (or even encouraged) to take vacation time so I always made the most of my vacation days by combining them with national holidays. 10...

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Comfort Shoes for Travelling

Nov 26

Comfort Shoes for Travelling

There was a point in my early travels that the only pair of shoes I would pack for a trip was flip flops – nothing more nothing less. Then, when we went to Playa del Carmen in 2011 I started noticing increased levels of discomfort when would go sightseeing. We’d spend hours just walking in and around town, exploring each nook and cranny that Playa had to offer....

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The Unexpected Side Effects from becoming a Digital Nomad

Jun 24

The Unexpected Side Effects from becoming a Digital Nomad

In my quest to become a digital nomad I experienced a very unexpected side effect: bad health. When Travel Fashion Girl launched in August of 2012, I was working 18-24 hours a day  and would go days without sleeping. I didn’t actually start getting more than 6 hours of sleep a night until I returned to LA in March 2013. In addition to a nice set of new under eye...

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Travel Editorial: Top 5 Highlights of Italy

Jun 20

Travel Editorial: Top 5 Highlights of Italy

Dedicated Travel Editorial: Top 5 Highlights of Italy Along with Greece, Italy is known to be the birthplace of Western culture. Hence, it is not surprising that it is also the home of the most number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites in all over the world. Boasting with amazing architecture, fine art, stunning landscapes and a historical background, Italy is hailed as...

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Travel Editorial: Experience Oman

Jun 18

Travel Editorial: Experience Oman

Dedicated Travel Editorial: Experience Oman Oman, or more officially called the Sultanate of Oman, is located in the southeastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. It is bordered by the United Arab Emirates to the northwest, Saudi Arabia to the west and Yemen to the southwest. Oman also shares a marine border with Iran and has two enclaves, Madha and Musandam,...

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My 5 Steps to Find the Best Flight Deals

Jun 16

My 5 Steps to Find the Best Flight Deals

Researching and planning an upcoming trip is all part of the fun and adventure of travel. It helps build up the anticipation and excitement of your next journey! One of my favorite aspects of travel planning includes searching for flights and trying to find the best deal. There’s something enjoyable and rewarding about searching for the best possible price for a...

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Why I’m Pro Group Travel Tours

May 16

Why I’m Pro Group Travel Tours

  I consider myself to be an “equal opportunity” traveler. I don’t hate on anyone’s travel habits. I don’t care if you only go on cruises or group travel tours or if you only travel locally. Why should I? I may be a long term traveler now but that’s not how I started. I didn’t grow up traveling and it wasn’t...

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Woofing: Budget World Travel with Volunteer Projects Abroad

Apr 30

Woofing: Budget World Travel with Volunteer Projects Abroad

Travel on the Cheap with Woofing Projects Abroad As we begin to prepare for the next leg of our world travel journey we’re once again looking forward to take advantage of the many cool woofing type work exchange programs available around the globe with Workaway. Last year, we did four woofing or work exchange programs, 3 out of 4 booked through this service. The...

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Why I Started Traveling Alone, and You Should Too

Apr 26

Why I Started Traveling Alone, and You Should Too

When I had the opportunity to take 3 whole months off work, I felt the pressure to do something incredible with this gift of time. I’d been focusing on my career since I was 19 and if I didn’t take a break now, I’d never get a chance. The clock was ticking. The only problem is that while none of my friends were working (2008 bad economy) no one...

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