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Travel Tips: Of Fanny Packs and Pickpockets

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There’s so much to see and do on your vacation! But while you’re sizing up the Eiffel Tower for the perfect shot, peering through your viewfinder to frame the city’s sunset, or browsing through the stalls in a crowded marketplace, pickpockets may be sizing up your backpack, peering into your handbag, or browsing through your […]


Top Ten “Must Sees” In Mexico City

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  Gritty, magnificent, and 100% exciting, Mexico City—or CDMX—is Gotham with a Mexican accent. It’s hard to distill so many possibilities into a few paragraphs, but there are certainly numerous experiences no visitor—whether traveling en familia or not—should miss. The trick is to return more than once and always stay as long as you can. […]


How to Reduce Your Travel Risk

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With so much going on in the world, you certainly wouldn’t be considered paranoid if you gave some thought to reducing your travel your risk before you headed out the door. Whether it’s a trip across country or across the world, here are some tips that could come in handy should things not go as […]


Survival Tips for Traveling with Youngsters

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Many new parents are hesitant to travel with babies and small kids. From limited budgets to fears of airport temper tantrums, there are certainly a few things to stress about. However, the benefits of vacationing with your family far outweigh the challenges of traveling with young children. Just remember to be in the moment during […]


Testimonial: SkyMed Flies Member from Mexico to US and Back Again After Hip Infection

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SkyMed Member Cherie Walsh was abroad in Egypt when she slipped and fell. Unfortunately, she ended up hurting the same hip she had replaced nine months earlier back home in Ajijic, Mexico, a beautiful lakeside community just about an hour outside of the city of Guadalajara. She managed to nurse her injury through the rest […]


Testimonial: SkyMed Flies Member With Severe Pancreatitis From MT to MN

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“We were on our way to Alaska in our new motorhome. Harold ended up with a fever five nights in a row, so I took him to the hospital in Kalispell, Montana. There they discovered he had pancreatitis. The doctor said it would take more than five days to get well, so we would have […]