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Why Travel Is Important Today More Than Ever

Why Travel Is Important Today More Than Ever

Sometimes our beautiful world seems like a scary place. The news that we are drip-fed through our devices often paints a biased and disproportionally terrifying picture. Technologically, we are more connected, but in many ways more isolated than ever. Instead of using interconnectedness to seek out data that broadens our knowledge and understanding, too often […]

Stress-free travel tips from a Sedona spiritualist

Stress-free travel tips from a Sedona spiritualist

Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Vortexes are believed to be energy centers that are conducive to healing and meditation. The red rocks, blue sky, and lush, green vegetation in central Arizona are said to be a hotbed.(Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Pete A. Sanders Jr. is a time traveler. Not in the H.G. Wells […]

Introverts share travel survival secrets

Introverts share travel survival secrets

Introverts share travel survival secrets By MELISSA LAMBARENA NerdWallet Travel can be busy, noisy and crowded – a potentially daunting environment for anyone. But if you’re an introvert, it can drain your internal battery. Studies and experts suggest this personality type processes social stimuli differently from extroverts, who don’t mind frequent interaction. Introverts gain energy […]

10 Inspiring Books Every Traveler Needs to Read

10 Inspiring Books Every Traveler Needs to Read

The Best Books for Travelers | Travel + Leisure 10 Inspiring Books Every Traveler Needs to Read Source link

Pick These Places For Group Travel, And You'll Still Be Friends When The Vacation Is Over

Pick These Places For Group Travel, And You'll Still Be Friends When The Vacation Is Over

Choosing where to go with a group is as important as who you decide to travel with! Buzz60’s TC Newman explores some destinations that are great for group travel. Published: 11:35 AM EDT September 21, 2018 Updated: 12:04 PM EDT September 21, 2018 Source link

State officials urge people not to travel in parts of ENC

State officials urge people not to travel in parts of ENC

RALEIGH —  With certain area of Eastern North Carolina still recovering from Hurricane Florence and others about to flood again, emergency officials are urging motorists not to travel in many areas of eastern and southeastern North Carolina. Below is a press release with more information. ===== State Highway Patrol, emergency response and transportation officials are […]

More Americans–Including Millennials–Seeking the Expertise of Travel Agents

More Americans–Including Millennials–Seeking the Expertise of Travel Agents

ORLANDO, Fla., Sept. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The vast majority of Americans (75 percent) would consider working with a travel agent to plan their vacations, while some 27 million travelers plan to do so just within the next year, according to new research from AAA Travel. The outlook remains positive for years to come, with […]

Five things you must check so travel insurance can help when you need it

Five things you must check so travel insurance can help when you need it

Motorbikes When on holiday, motorbikes, mopeds and quadbikes are an easy and quick method of transportation for travellers looking to explore the location.   However, people often do not realise their travel insurance might insist they have a valid driving licence in the UK to be able to drive a motorbike, moped or quad bike […]

Traveling Far for Hospital Care in Africa

Traveling Far for Hospital Care in Africa

Traveling Far for Hospital Care in Africa  U.S. News & World Report Full coverage Source link

Third Minnesota measles case prompts warning about international travel

Third Minnesota measles case prompts warning about international travel

State health officials have identified a third case of measles in a child who brought the disease back from overseas, prompting them to encourage parents to get measles shots before visiting other countries. The newest case, the third since early August, was identified late last week by the Minnesota Department of Health. It struck a […]

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