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How to Find Flights
I haven’t used any of these deals (because they tend to have certain date availability only), but holy moly there are some good ones! It’s worth following their Facebook to see what error fares they have found.
I’ve used Agoda for ages now . It’s the best way to look up accommodation around the world. Even if you don’t book, it’s the perfect way to search what’s available and gives you an idea of the prices in the area.
I’m not much of a tour person but sometimes a tour is necessary! Here are the most trusted tour companies around…
Sometimes life happens… And it gets EXPENSIVE! Be prepared and covered with insurance. I’ve done the homework for you already! Everyone has different needs but these are the TOP most recommended travel insurance policies to get. I travel with Allianz. More info on travel insurance and what happened when I travel for FOUR YEARS uninsured!
Dealing with Money
Hands down the only travel card an American traveler needs. You get reimbursed for each ATM fee incurred and they don’t charge a dime themselves. Depending on what account you open, you could get $100 bucks (code REFER. nonaffiliated)
THE easiest way to transfer money, especially in different currencies, around the world. It doesn’t hurt to compare, but I’ve found it to be the cheapest.
What’s the best way to stay connected abroad?
Everyone wants to know how to get data on their phone the easiest and cheapest way! You have three options.
1. You get a SIM card for your unlocked phone in every country you go to. Annoying, but the only way for a cheap and reliable connection. They are always available at the airport.
2. You buy a mobile hotspot which isn’t cheap at anywhere from $8+ a day.
3. If you’re from the USA, sign up with T-mobile. I have a $45 monthly plan that gives me unlimited data abroad. It’s not always the fastest, but I at least stay connected and I don’t have to worry about SIM cards. (Not from the US? What plan from your county offers something similar? Research it!)
TEFL Certification to Teach English Abroad
This is one of the quickest, easiest, and most affordable ways to get certified online to teach English everywhere. You can check out this guide to teaching English abroad for more info on getting a job almost anywhere!
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The most recommended VPN out there that works in nearly 100 countries. Most people use VPNs to keep their privacy safe while browsing the internet, but sometimes countries block things you want to use. If you’re going to China, this is something you will literally need! Unless you can live without anything related Google, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram… Yeah…
Don’t need a super serious VPN? Too cheap? Hola should do the trick. It’s free and I’ve used it many times while trying to watch Hulu while in Thailand, for example. It’s not the best, but it didn’t cost me a dime, so I was happy with it. PS – Think this will work in China? Think again…
I have an entire page on the blog with all this info! Everything from my camera to what type of electronic accessories, to my bags and even clothing! Everything is answered in my travel gear post. Check it out.
Travel Blog Resources
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