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    • 1.

      Traveling to New York City

      by Jake Brown - 2006-12-11
      Ah, New York City. The home of literally everything the world has to offer, the Big Apple's 20 million people will be pleased to meet some new visitors and are generally regarded as some of the nicest...
    • 2.

      Secrets Of Survival During A New Year Trip

      by Yana Mikheeva - 2006-12-28
      Successful New Year trip makes a holiday really happy. To the contrary, spoilt vacations can not only sadden holiday memories, but also cloud the whole future year. So you need to foresee everything.A...
    • 3.

      A Little Creativity Can Make Your Backpacking Gear Lighter

      by Brian Mcgregor - 2007-01-05
      One of the biggest hassles of backpacking is having gear that is too heavy. Heavy gear can slow you down and even cause problems with your back or joints. One of the best ways to combat heavy gear i...
    • 4.

      How Backpackers Should Layer Clothing Without Hindering Mobility

      by Brian Mcgregor - 2007-01-06
      Many backpackers go about layering clothing the wrong way. It is a common misconception that the layers must be thick. Layering in thick layers really limits mobility and is not really functional fo...
    • 5.

      Make Knowledge the Foundation of Your Backpacking Hobby

      by Brian Mcgregor - 2007-01-10
      If you are just starting out in backpacking then there are a few things you really must do before hitting the trail. Becoming knowledgeable about backpacking is very important to being able to enjoy ...
    • 6.

      Handling Unexpected Problems on the Backpacking Trail

      by Brian Mcgregor - 2007-01-16
      There are many things that can happen on a backpacking outing. When something untoward occurs it can be frustrating and slow you down. If you do not know how to handle the problem, then you may have...
    • 7.

      Grunt Level Travel Tips for Going Abroad

      by Burton Jones - 2007-01-17
      Traveling is a fairly basic task. You are here. You go there. You enter an entirely new world, at least when you go abroad. Here are some grunt level tips to get you through the days.Traveling is one ...
    • 8.

      Puffins, the Parrot of the Sea

      by Emma Snow - 2007-01-28
      It is August on the coast of Iceland, and the air is filled with the deep garbled growls of hundreds of puffins. The social birds have come to shore for the short breeding season, and the rocky banks ...
    • 9.

      Web Conferencing: An Essential Tool for the Traveling Businessman

      by Joseph Ducat - 2007-01-31
      If you are a business person, chances are you have a laptop. And if you do have a laptop, then it is very likely that it has a wireless Internet card. That means you can connect to the Internet on y...
    • 10.

      Traveling Overseas with Your Pet

      by Hal Storm - 2007-02-11
      If you have a pet, you know how tough it is to leave it while you travel. If you are traveling overseas, there is one program you might consider to make things easier.Whenever you pass over the bounda...