Las Cruces, NM: Hidden Treasure of the West

What brought me to Las Cruces was the Las Cruces Country Music Festival. What makes me want to go back is the unique southwestern culture... The post Las Cruces, NM: Hidden Treasure of the West appeared first on Johnny Jet. Continue reading at partner site...Powered by WPeMatico

For a More Comfortable Flight, Sit Behind Someone You Know

Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Fran K., who says: “Whenever I... The post For a More Comfortable Flight, Sit Behind Someone You Know appeared first on Johnny Jet. Continue reading at partner site...Powered by WPeMatico

A New Way to Save When Booking Travel

One of the goals of this site is to help travelers both new and experienced save money, time and effort when booking travel. BeFrugal, therefore,... The post A New Way to Save When Booking Travel appeared first on Johnny Jet. Continue reading at partner site...Powered by WPeMatico

Adventure and Warm Cookies in Park City, Utah

Incredibly air-friendly from Los Angeles (a 1.5-hour flight) and many other air hubs, Park City, Utah, has become a winter jewel. Despite the proximity to... The post Adventure and Warm Cookies in Park City, Utah appeared first on Johnny Jet. Continue reading at partner site...Powered by WPeMatico

Americans: Sharing Economy Services Deliver Better Value, Local Experiences

A few weeks back, we shared the news that more than half of Americans plan to use sharing economy services this summer—which marks a huge... The post Americans: Sharing Economy Services Deliver Better Value, Local Experiences appeared first on Johnny Jet. Continue reading at partner site...Powered by WPeMatico

Sample Taiwan Itineraries (4-5 Days) | The Poor Traveler Blog

With the Taiwanese government relaxing its visa policies for many nationalities, Taiwan is groomed to become a tourism powerhouse in the Asia Pacific region. In the Philippines alone, while Pinoys are eagerly waiting for the implementation of the visa-free entry promise, Taiwanese and local airlines alike have been aggressively promoting the island by lowering fares.But the truth is, Taiwan...

Discover a Different Side of South Africa in Coffee Bay

We have mixed feelings about Coffee Bay. It was both our least favourite and most memorable destination on our South Africa road trip and I wish we had given it more of a chance (we left after one night despite paying for two nights accommodation). Coffee Bay is a small beach town on the Wild Coast in South Africa’s Eastern...

Learn the Skills to be a Digital Nomad with Skillshare

How do I get started as a digital nomad? This is one of the most common questions we are asked. You want to work online while travelling but your current job is not portable and you have no idea how to create a travel-friendly career. Our advice is to look at your passions and interests and brainstorm ideas for digital...

An Off-The-Beaten-Track Bali Road Trip

I understand why some people are disappointed with Bali. The touristy, over-developed, and traffic-clogged beach towns in the south aren’t quite the tropical paradise they were expecting. We felt the same at first and haven’t had particularly good experiences outside of our beloved Ubud. On our third visit to Bali, we decided to make an effort to discover the less...

10 Awesome Things To Do In New York City If You’re On A Budget

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Seeing the bulk of New York City's biggest attractions can mean spending a hefty chunk of a trip's budget on tickets. Empire State Building? $27. The Met? $25.   Island Getaway Governors Island is a 172-acre island in the heart of New York Harbor. Yards away from lower Manhattan and Brooklyn, it's easily accessible by ferry and open to the public during...