What You Need to Know About Traveling to Cuba Now

When President Barack Obama eased restrictions on travel to Cuba in January 2015, American travelers, tour operators and airlines lost no time. Curious Americans flooded the island’s colonial cities and tobacco-growing plains; Airbnb added thousands of Cuban homes to its offerings; and a handful of American airlines began direct flights to the island. But new restrictions reportedly under discussion by the Trump administration could significantly dampen the euphoric boom in American travel to the island. The scope of any changes — which an official said Mr. Trump would like to…

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Here’s how traveling makes you happier

Scenario one: you are sitting in your office, thinking about taking all those pending leaves, but decide to forget about and just keep working. That project isn’t going to take care of itself, and there could be a promotion at the end of the year! Scenario two: you are lying on your back, watching a conversation on your phone in a newly-made WhatsApp group for a vacation with friends. Everyone is enthusiastic about it at first, but soon people start dropping out faster than you can say “Goa party”. Scenario three:…

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Tips For Staying Healthy When Traveling Abroad Listen· 3:20

When planning a summer trip abroad, it’s easy to think, “Oh, I’ll just hop over to a travel clinic, and they’ll tell me everything I need to know — and do — to keep from getting sick.” But that’s not always the case. A study published last week in the Annals of Internal Medicine found that travel clinics missed giving the measles vaccine to about half of eligible travelers. For nearly a third of the missed cases, doctors or nurses simply didn’t offer the vaccine, even though measles is a…

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How to Spend Your Post grad Life Traveling the World for Free

Entering the post-grad phase can be tough. You’re thrust into the real world for the first time with big decisions to make and daunting goals to accomplish, the safety net of campus life in the rear-view mirror. But if you’re a college senior in the U.K. who wants to avoid all that (at least for a while), we have very good news: You could win an all-expenses-paid trip around the world after graduation. Price comparison site Comparethemarket.com wants to send one student who is currently in their final year to…

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Technology to Keep Everyone Entertained while Traveling

Any amount of travel for some people. Many people have to travel a little for their jobs, but traveling for hours by car, train or plane can be exhausting for anyone. One of the biggest complaints people have with traveling is being bored, especially for kids. New technology is perfect for this situation. There are a lot of great options that can help anyone pass their travel time by with ease and comfort. These are simple ideas that anyone can use to make their next travel dates much easier. Here…

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Six Safety Tips for Traveling Solo

Having the opportunity to travel solo is often an once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Whether you are traveling to a well-known destination you have explored hundreds of times before or a brand new excursion, traveling solo offers you the chance to step outside of your comfort zone, connect with the locals, and truly submerge yourself in the culture. However, traveling alone in a foreign place can leave you susceptible to different types of dangers. In order to avoid encountering any unforeseen trouble, here a few safety tips to adhere to: Home Safety Being…

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