When it comes to traveling, things are about to get a bit harder for some dual-nationals. The United States has agreements with a plethora of countries to allow Visa-free travel. The majority of the countries that have Visa-free travel agreements with the United States are in Europe. But several other countries also had agreements with the US that streamlined the travel process for dual citizens. It seems like that time has come to an end. The United States is set on making travel rules stricter after several terror attacks, and dual-nationals from several countries, such as Iraq and Iran, will have to provide more documentation when traveling to and from the United States. Continue reading For Some Dual-Nationals, Visa-Free Travel No Longer Possible In The US
Travel has a way of getting you so excited that you forget things. It can be hard to know what exactly it is you’re going to need if you’ve never been to the place you’re going before. If you’re visiting a developed nation that is similar to your own, forgetting something isn’t that big of a deal. All you have to do is go to the nearest convenience store or department store and you’ve got everything you could ever want at the tip of your fingers.
Not all of us have the luxury of being able to throw all of our pleasures onto a credit card that seems to have endless possibilities. Sometimes traveling can be something that simply doesn’t fall into our budgets. That doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be able to make it happen! Continue reading Best Vacation Hacks For Traveling on a Budget
If this is your first time going on a ski trip, you’re in for a treat. While it’s a lot of fun, it can also be a very chilling experience. You have a few options for protecting yourself, so make sure you bundle up the right way before heading out.
As a skiing novice, my first attempt at skiing was a bit of a jump in at the deep end. I went on a ski trip with a group of friends who were all already seasoned skiers. Rather than be stuck on my own (and spend more money) with some kids having some lessons, I just went for it to try and have as good a time with the gang as I could. Although, in retrospect, after a lot of scrapes and bumps, I’d advise you to have the lessons at least to begin with, here’s my survivor’s guide to skiing 101 for those of you brave enough to slide out alone. Continue reading A beginner’s guide to skiing