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Category Archives: Travel Tips

Useful Travel Apps

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   Just about everyone uses smartphone apps on a daily basis: an alarm clock app to wake up, a pedometer app to see how many steps you took, a food tracker app to see how many calories you ate in one day, and maybe another one to check on the weather for the weekend. Apps […]


What To Pack In Your Travel Health Kit

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  So you’re planning a trip abroad: you have your tickets bought, your tours booked, your wardrobe planned out… So what’s going into your travel health kit? Here is a list of a few go-to items you should always pack in your travel health kit because you never know what the pharmacies are going to […]


Top 10 Cruise Lines

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We all have our favorite cruise lines, but maybe it’s time you explored something different! Or… perhaps you’ve never been aboard a cruise line and you’ll find something on the list that will catch your eye! If you’re a SkyMed Travel member, check in frequently because more likely than not we have exceptional sales and […]


Things You Should Never Wear on a Plane

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  Travel nowadays is uncomfortable enough, what with long lines at the TSA, ever-narrower seats and the whole “packed like sardines” feel of some airlines. However, we still don’t think it’s an excuse to break out the fuzzy slippers and pajamas—unless, say, you’re under five years old (and even then we recommend shoes, at least!) […]


(More) Green Travel Tips

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Green travel offers you a million (well, maybe we’re exaggerating a little) ways to have fun while you help the environment, and not all of them include forgoing the pleasures of a first-class vacation with all the perks. All you have to be is more aware and remember that every little step counts—no matter how […]


How To Stay Healthy On A Cruise

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There’s nothing more fun than a cruise—but nothing less fun than getting sick on one. Cruise ships have a reputation for being floating germ incubators, but truth is, you have about a third less chance of getting sick on one than you do picking something up at home. However, if someone is contagious and goes […]