21 Unusual Places to Visit in Poland You Must See
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by Micki Kosman
2w ago
Ready to discover the weird and unusual places in Poland? Ever dreamed of exploring a forest where trees bend in impossible twists, or wandering through a castle that whispers tales of forgotten times? Step off the beaten path and into a world where the bizarre and the beautiful collide in Poland’s most captivating hidden corners. Poland offers adventures that stretch the imagination – from the eerie remnants of the Wolf’s Lair to the subterranean magic of the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Keep reading – this guide unlocks doors to the country’s most intriguing, odd, and downright weird wonders. Weird ..read more
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The Best Cenotes in the Riviera Maya
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by Charles Kosman
2w ago
There’s no denying that the Riviera Maya, spanning from the popular beaches of Cancun down to Playa Del Carmen and all the way to the gorgeous white sands of Tulum, includes some of the best sand and ocean views in continental North America. What you may not realize is the Riviera Maya and Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula itself also contain dense jungles and some of the best cenotes you’ll find anywhere in the world. What’s a cenote? Since limestone bedrock can be found all across the Mayan Riviera, over the years many of these areas of porous rock have formed into underground rivers. These freshw ..read more
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The 7 Best Vacation Destinations for Nature Lovers
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by Charles Kosman
3w ago
Nature has a unique way of filling our souls with peace, wonder, and adventure. For those who find tranquility in the rustle of leaves, awe in the sprawl of landscapes, wonder in nature’s creativity and beauty in the natural world around us, this post is for you. If you’re drawn to the call of the wild, like we are, certain travel destinations offer experiences that are both profound and unforgettable. We’ve had the amazing fortune of visiting six of these natural wonderlands for ourselves and the seventh has sat atop our mile long dream destination bucket list for almost two decades. We WILL ..read more
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VTOMAN FlashSpeed 1500 Review
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by Charles Kosman
1M ago
Today we review the VTOMAN FlashSpeed 1500 portable power station. Our takeaway? It’s a nice size portable generator with plenty of outputs for your typical digital nomad. Keep reading to see our hands on tests to how it compares to others in its class. Why Review Power Stations? As our travels have slowed down over the last few years due to pandemics and high school/university chaos, we’ve camped more, and dome more local day trips and random home projects. This has lead to us experimenting with solar power and energy storage solutions, with a possible van life project somewhere in our futur ..read more
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Discover the Maya eSIM: Our Exclusive In-Depth Review
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by Micki Kosman
2M ago
Today, we personally test the Maya eSIM. Forget the old-school SIM cards; an eSIM is all about traveling smarter. To start, let’s break down how this eSIM can make your travel life easier and your wallet happier. Why use an eSIM? Think of an eSIM as your globe-trotting sidekick. Affordable? Check. Reliable? Double-check. An eSIM is perfect for sending beach selfies to friends or giving you reliable data so you don’t get lost in a new city. Curious? See Maya eSIM plans and prices here. Say goodbye to crazy roaming fees, the hassle of swapping physical SIM cards, trying to find free public Wi-F ..read more
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27 Helpful Tips for How to Travel More
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by Micki Kosman
2M ago
Want to travel more? Dreaming of jet-setting across the globe? Yearning to break free from the routine and explore new horizons? If everything in your being is screaming “Yes!” to all of that, then you’re in for a treat! This article isn’t just about sparking wanderlust; it’s your practical guide to making those travel dreams a reality. Our family traveling in Morocco Charles, the kids and I have traveled to dozens of countries using the tips in this article. Whether you’re craving more time, hunting for budget-friendly adventures, or seeking opportunities that blend work and wanderlust, this ..read more
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The Best London Souvenirs and Souvenir Shops
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by Micki Kosman
3M ago
Wondering what to buy from London? Here’s a list of the best London souvenirs and gifts to bring home from your UK visit. The English capital has no shortage of great London gifts, including one-of-a-kind collectables, funny gag gifts, tasty food, and even unique antiques and tea sets. London is notoriously expensive, but if you’re choosy, and follow our advice, you can even score some cheap London souvenirs. The best London souvenirs There’s so much to see and do in London that the souvenirs you can buy are almost endless. There’s a gift shop in every museum, attraction, department store, an ..read more
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Don’t Be a Victim! What You Need To Know About Mobile Payment Security While Traveling
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by Charles Kosman
3M ago
Micki and I have learned a thing or two about keeping our mobile payments safe in the past 20 years of travel together. Back in our first 10 years of travel, our security for mobile payments was as simple as hiding our credit card PIN from prying eyes when we paid at a local shop in Bangkok or Sydney. Other than hiding our PIN, keeping our passwords safe, and making sure that we used secure Wi-Fi networks, security wasn’t a huge part of travel for us back then. Things have definitely changed in the past few years, with mobile payments popping up everywhere from farmer’s markets, to regular re ..read more
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BLUETTI AC200L Review: Is This Powerful Solar Generator Worth It?
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by Micki Kosman
3M ago
Introducing the BLUETTI AC200L: one of the most powerful portable power stations you’ll find. Pros Cons 2-kWH capacity. 2,400W AC output. Portable. Expandable modular design. Can be fully charged in 1.5 hours. Works as a UPS. Heavy. Pricey. No wireless charger. Portable power stations are increasingly popular for their versatility and convenience. They are essential for off-grid lifestyles, camping, road trips, and powering tools in areas without electrical outlets. Many people also use them as a backup or for emergencies during power outages. The BLUETTI AC200L stands out for its ..read more
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Bokksu Review (2023): Is Bokksu Worth It?
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by Micki Kosman
3M ago
Can’t get to Japan? Get tasty treats in an authentic Japanese snack box sent to you. I’ve been having a lot of fun trying Japanese snack subscription boxes in the past few months. Actually, our whole family has had a blast with this, as we’ve tried boxes from a bunch of different companies including TokyoTreat, Japan Candy box, Sakuraco, and even ZenPop. Curious how Bokksu compares to the competition? Check out our comparison of all the Japanese snack boxes. Like a few of the candies in this package, I’m bursting to share my honest thoughts about Bokksu’s authentic Japanese sweets, teas and h ..read more
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