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Something that every traveler does by nature is compare their home country to wherever they are currently traveling.  Some of us do this more than others, and I tend to do it a lot.  I...

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Not planning on going to the Solomon Islands anytime soon? No problem! Here is your quick guide to becoming a Solomon Island travel expert in the unlikely event it ever comes up in a conversation....

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This is the first post in my new travel cooking series.  Since we aren’t usually in once place for longer than a week, my goal of cooking on the road is tasty meals with few, reusable ingredients....

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Trail Wallet

Travel Apps We Love

February 7, 2013

MapsWithMe Pro An offline map app.  Amazing. With MapsWithMe free edition you can download full maps for any country in the world and navigate new areas down to the street level in the same way...

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A popular question we’re asked when telling others about our trip and itinerary is, “Where do you even start planning?!”  Well, like most travels, I started by googling.  Here is a list of sites I...

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2014 Sasquatch! Music Festival This year, Sasquatch announced that in 2014 the festival will join other major festivals like Coachella in expanding to two weekends.  Memorial Day will no longer be the only holiday weekend...

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If Bridge was able to be recognized by the IOC as a sport, than I believe Flight Hacking has a chance to one-day, become an Olympic sport. Flight Hacking requires skill, discipline, and whole lot...

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Alissa and I are always on the look-out for our next beach destination.  We put together a list of beaches that are either on our list of favorites or must-visits.  Let us know which beaches...

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We had a great weekend trip to St. Louis and enjoyed our tour of the Anheuser Busch brewery. Here are a few tips for visiting:...

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Is it possible to do a tour of the Normandy Beaches in one day?  Yes.  But I would never recommend it.  Finally seeing these beaches with my own eyes has been a life-changing experience, but I...

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