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9 Tips for Traveling with Pets

Ah pets. These furry friends enrich our lives with their loyalty, companionship, and all around fun antics. However, when it comes to travel—especially around the holidays—they can be a real inconvenience. There are plenty of things to consider when pet owners travel:  do the pets stay or go? Board or leave with friends? How will it affect your travel plans? Think Fido should  home, but aren’t comfortable boarding him, check out host options like Dogvacay. If you can’t leave home without your four-legged sidekick, consider these nine tips for traveling with pets before you hit the … [Read more...]

Quick Tips for Holiday Travel

 Traveling during the this time of year can make or break your holiday experience. You're pressed for time during the hustle and bustle of the season, so we put together five simple and quick tips for you to remember during the week of holiday travel. Use your smartphone: There are plenty of apps to help plan, navigate, check in, and monitor your travel experiences without having to pull out your laptop or find a printer. Utilize the knowledge at your fingertips! Plan ahead: Arrange for pick-up or rental cars before your flight to save time when you reach your destination. Check-in … [Read more...]

8 Ways to Save Money on Study Abroad

There are many myths when it comes to study abroad. Time, money, and credit are all factors that keep students from an academic semester or internship overseas. But did you know all the ways you can actually save money for study abroad? Check out our tips to save money before and during your trip overseas.   Get an International Student Identification Card: pay a one-time fee (about $10-25) for an ID card to get student discounts around the world. Save money on everything from smartphone apps and news subscriptions to hostels, restaurants, and attractions. The ISIC is accepted at … [Read more...]

Take it or Leave it: Packing List for Your Trip Abroad

Not quite sure where to put your passport, or just how many pairs of shoes is too many on your next trip overseas? Here are some simple tips for your packing list  on your next trip abroad. You may want to share this with your students as a quick guide for their upcoming study abroad trips. 1. Medicine. Take it. It may seem like a no-brainer, but be sure you pack the necessary medications and prescriptions (and the correct amount). To avoid any problems in customs, keep all medication in its original container along with copies of the prescriptions and the drugs' generic names. 2. … [Read more...]

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