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In 2015, Americans left a total of 658 million vacation days unused. Studies show that when you deprive yourself from taking a break, it affects your overall performance. A report came out from Project: Time Off that stated that employees are … Continue reading
Eligibility Requirements: The Atlas Series is available to you if you are at least 14 days old and traveling outside of your home country. If you are a US citizen, your home country is always the United States, regardless of … Continue reading
The best thing about an all-inclusive resort is what you don’t have to deal with — namely, whipping out your wallet every time you eat, drink or do virtually anything. We’ve picked nine favorites in the Caribbean and beyond where … Continue reading
Ecuador’s coast draws people from around the world who are looking to enjoy sun-drenched beaches, crystal-blue waters, and wildlife—including humpback whales during their seasonal migration. You can find all of these things nearly anywhere you visit where the waters of … Continue reading
It’s the dream: Take a three-month-long trip, and still have your job when you’re back home. While that may have been but a fantasy for most U.S. workers a few years ago, many more workplaces are allowing its employees to … Continue reading
12 top international places to retire Craving a touch of excitement when you leave the workplace for good? Needing a place where retirement money will stretch a bit farther while still allowing you a piña colada on a sunny … Continue reading
Ever been on a trip and wondered if you were overcharged for Wi-Fi service or even departure taxes? You don’t want to be strapped for cash when it comes to these often-overlooked fees. Make sure you include these 11 items … Continue reading
On top of planning flights, hotels, car rentals, dining and activities, there are numerous fees and surcharges to consider when traveling. According to Cheapflights.com, the most common of these fees include: 1. Booking Fees – With the increasing popularity of … Continue reading
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