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Budget-Savvy Travel Tips for Seniors on the Go

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This guest post was written by Sharon Wagner, editor of www.seniorfriendly.info, a user-friendly site that offers “tips, tricks, and advice to stay active and engaged as you age.” Good news for senior travelers!  You don’t need to spend a fortune in order to be able to take your retirement on the road.  Whether your trading in […]


Top 10 Surfing Beaches in Riviera Nayarit, Mexico

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Secluded beach in San Pancho, Riviera Nayarit Mexico is a paradise for water sports and surfing is no exception! With over 4,500 miles of coastline, it’s been hosting surfers since the heyday of the VW combie. As surfing gained in popularity with the luxury trendsetters, families, and the less “gnarly” travelers, hotels in destinations like […]


5 Top Attractions in South Dakota for RVers

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South Dakota’s great plains, river valleys, magnificent landscapes, and storied past are a must for RVers looking for a leisurely getaway. The list is long, so we’ve put together a sampling of the top attractions in the state to get you started: The Badlands National Park   The Badlands sprawl out over 2,000 square miles […]


How to Survive an Airport Layover

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How to Survive an Airport Layover There’s nothing worse than hearing your flight is delayed—a lot. An airport layover is no one’s idea of a good, much less an hours’ long one. What are you going to do if you’re stuck and there’s nothing you can do about it? We have a few ideas. If […]


Travel Fails to Avoid

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You book in a hurry—and get a non-refundable ticket for the wrong date. Or head out the door and get to the airport during rush hour—only to realize you left your passport in your side table drawer. The list of #travelfails can be pretty long and some can even be quite funny (unless they happen […]


Travel Tips: What Not to Pack in Your Carry-on

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Even though airlines are slowly but surely trying to elbow into the overhead compartments with their “additional charges,” flyers are still bypassing the baggage claim and opting for carry-ons—even for longer vacations. Some non-starters for packing in your carry-on are obvious (no knives, bottled water, guns, etc.), but others might surprise you. Read on! Protein […]