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Our Cathay Pacific “Tour de Lounge” – Part One

One day, two flights, and as many lounges as we could fit in. This was the day Breada and I had ahead of us and it was one I had been looking forward to since we booked our tickets back to Bangkok. I was especially looking forward to our “tour de lounge”. Cathay Pacific (CX) […]

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Flight Review – Cathay Pacific A330 Business Class Taipei to Hong Kong

I loved our two months in Taiwan, but I would be lying if I said I wasn’t excited to leave. Not because I was sick of the country, but because I had two business class flights on Cathay Pacific to enjoy. Not only that, but Breada and I had our “tour de lounge” planned for […]

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Breada’s Top Five Experiences from the First Six Months

These six months have been some of the best in my life.  This trip has challenged us mentally and physically, but every challenge has been worth the reward.  We’ve been to five countries, eaten tons of delicious food, and made total fools of ourselves attempting to speak a host of new languages.  It’s been an […]

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Breada’s Top 10 Travel Goals

Traveling long term has always been a major goal of mine, but now that I’ve started to cross that off of my list I’ve realized how many travel centric goals I have.  A lot of mine were the same as Anthony’s, and this list doesn’t even make a dent in what I want to do, […]

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Six Months Later – My Top 5 Experiences

It’s been a wild first six months of our journey. We’ve taken 6 flights, traveled through 5 countries, explored dozens of cities and towns, and made more friends and memories than I can count. The trip has already been everything I had hoped for and more, but we’re not done yet! We still have a […]

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Six Months Later – My Packing List Revisited

Full Disclosure : The links leading to products on Amazon are Amazon Affiliate Links. If you purchase the item through the link, Breada and I receive a small commission on the sale. It really isn’t much, but we don’t want you to think we are deceiving you in any way. Do your own research on […]

The Easiest Trick To Improve Your Limited Credit History

A travel hacker’s best weapon is their credit score and credit card arsenal. Contrary to popular belief, not all credit cards are bad. Sure, some are, but if you know which ones to sign up for they can be of great benefit to your travels. Credit cards have helped me fly to Asia to begin […]

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Credit Cards – A Travel Hacker’s Best Friend

I love credit cards. When I tell people this I usually get strange looks like I’m crazy and whatever I tell them after is dismissed because of their preconceived notions surrounding these divisive pieces of plastic ( or metal in some cases! ).

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Anthony’s Top 10 Travel Goals

I think everyone should keep a list of goals in mind for anything in life. It keeps you focused and gives you a constant reminder of what you’re trying to achieve. Travel is no different. I decided to write a list of my top 10 goals I wanted to accomplish traveling, not necessarily on this […]

Common Travel Mistakes and how to Avoid Them

The first time I ever left the country I was 20 years old. To be honest, I didn’t really know what I was doing and my lack of research and preparation cost me a lot of money, money that could have been used to extend my travels. The trip was just 3 weeks long, but […]

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How to Save for your own Adventure!

Like the post on budgeting, everyone’s situation is different. Some people have more bills,loans, and responsibilities than others which make it harder to save. If you’re looking for a way to save a ton of money overnight here, I suggest you look elsewhere. In the grand scheme of things my bills weren’t much and it […]

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How to Budget for your own Adventure!

Let me start by saying everyone’s situation is different. Do you want to jetset around in first class bouncing from one luxury resort to another or are you content with riding on busses and sleeping in hostels? Street food or restaurants? Knowing the level of comfort/luxury you want to have is key in knowing how […]