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A Quick Tip by BaronSamedi3

  • Jan 10, 2012
I love to travel when I can, but I spent the last five years in complete poverty so I didn't get the chance. Staying positive though, I'm a bit better off now and am planning a trip to someplace I haven't been. The problem is that travel can be so expensive, and that cheap ways of doing it are only known to insiders. But I love going to new places and being overwhelmed by something I had, until then, only read about.
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January 12, 2012
Where do you want to go? Check out my list of Best Websites to Book Your Summer Vacation and there's some sites on there that'll make your travel wishes come true. I'm right there with you- I just got back from Puerto Rico (aka paradise) but, we couldn't have done it without our honeymoon fund. We hope to use the rest of it to go back next year. Hope those sites help!
January 13, 2012
Thanks! I'm actually plotting a trip to Missouri to visit friends right now. I know, Missouri, but it will be my first trip away from the Freshwater Coast so I'm excited about it. If it doesn't go through, I'm thinking California or Washington (state).
January 13, 2012
Visiting friends is always a good time, no matter where they are! If you end up coming to Cali or Washington, let me know because I've got all sorts of tips and tricks and must see/eat/dos for ya. Missouri, I can't help ya out with, haven't been there yet! But, I might be going to Wiscahnsin to visit family.
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Travel is the change in location of people on a trip through the means of transport from one location to another. Travel is most commonly for recreation (as part of tourism or to visit friends and family), for business or for commuting; but may be for numerous other reasons, such as migration, fleeing war, etc.

Travel may occur by walking or human-powered mode, or through mechanical vehicles, either as private or public transport. Travel may be local, regional, national or international. In some countries, non-local internal travel may require an internal passport, while international travel typically requires a passport and visa. The word originates from the Middle English word travailen ("to toil"), which comes from the Old French word travailler ("travail").[1] A person who travels is called a traveler (U.S.) or traveller (UK)..
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