You go on holiday to relax and enjoy yourself. The stresses and strains of normal life should be left behind so you can take a break and refresh. But you can’t completely switch off. Even when you’re on holiday, you’ve got to be vigilant about potential risks. After all, ignoring them could ruin your holiday. Here are six things to watch out for:
Travel hacking is a strategy that allows you to collect hotel rewards, airline miles and credit card points through legal means so that you can travel where you like to cheaply. Travel hacking has been around for years, but with the aid of the internet, anyone can learn how to rack up those points and rewards more quickly.
It may seem that a life of constant travel may look all glamorous. But digital nomads that have mastered the art of long-term travel also work hard behind the scenes. Traveling is expensive. Funds are needed to sustain this kind of lifestyle. With a steady stream of income, constant travel would be smoother. So how do some digital nomads earn while they travel? Here are some ways people can earn while on the go.
Let’s forget about the violence or the unrest that Cotabato City is known for. This post will sum up what I have posted about this much maligned city and would focus on things you could see and do. While I could say that this city, found at the heart of Mindanao, locked between Sultan Kudarat and Maguindanao, is generally safe, caution is still recommended and I would suggest to ask assistance at the local tourism office.
Deep down I think everybody likes to entertain the idea that they could spend most of their lives travelling the world. For many it doesn’t seem to be a realistic option for one reason though; money. Yes travelling can seem scary, but it’s mainly the cost that stops people.
Singapore is one expensive place to travel. Food is like SG$3-10 a pop and there are only a few choices for backpacking accommodations here and it’s not actually cheap. But I do love the ease of their transportation system here that it’s easy to find your way around the small country island by Bus or Train. And for such a small place there’s a hodgepodge of things to do and places to visit, even if they may be artificially constructed or whatever earthly natural attraction is left of the country.
Camiguin Island has captivated not only local travelers but international tourist eyes as well. It has even earned itself a place on Lonely Planet’s Blue List 2008 on its Next Tourist Attractions list. It has also been a target destination for me for quite sometime as well since I got an art map of the island before. This small island which is second only to Batanes in land area and population is found in Northern Mindanao just off the coast of Misamis Oriental. Here’s an easy guide on traveling to Camiguin Island.