101 Tips For Traveling On A Budget [NOOK Book]


..here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:

How to make sure you visit at least one dream destination this year. (Pages 5-6)

How to make “SMART” ...
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101 Tips For Traveling On A Budget

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..here is just SOME of the information you will find inside:

How to make sure you visit at least one dream destination this year. (Pages 5-6)

How to make “SMART” travel goals that are achievable. (You may find yourself at the resort of your dreams if you follow these steps) (Pages 6-7)

The most important thing to do to make sure your next trip is affordable. (Page 8)

9 different sources of information that will help you plan a frugal vacation. (Page 9)

Why it’s OK to let the “vacation bug” hit you – and to run with it. (Page 10)

The secret to using early planning as your biggest money saver. (Page 11)

How to deal with travel agents who work on a commission. (Page 11)

Watch out for members of your own travel partners who will be after your money! (Pages 11-12)

When a debit card can get you into trouble on vacation. (Page 12)

The truth about carrying cash while on vacation. (Page 12)

6 tricks for making long car rides bearable and affordable. (Pages 13-14)

7 packing tips of traveling insiders. You’d hate to learn these the hard way. (Pages 14-15)

8 tricks for getting the best deal out of your hotel. (Pages 15-16)

12 secrets to getting the lowest air fare possible. (Pages 16-17)

9 items to put on your “out-the-door” check list. (Page 18)

12 things you may not know about keeping yourself and your documents safe while on vacation. (Pages 19-20)

Why travel agents know that the saying, “Knowledge is power,” definitely applies to traveling. (Page 22)

How to find the hidden treasures at your destination that won’t be filled with tourists. (Page 23)

How to care for your travel documents so you don’t have to contact an embassy or police. (Page 24)

When driving yourself around is the best, and when it can get you into a lot of trouble. (Page 25)

How to check to make sure the exchange rate you’re offered is a deal and not a scam. (Page 25)

How to bring your money securely and safely – so you don’t have to fear that you’ll lose your bankroll. (Page 26)

The most common mistake made my travelers revealed on this page. Don’t let it cramp your style. (Page 27)

The secret to using checklists to keep your travel stress-free. They’re not just for packing. (Page 27)

How keeping a diary can keep you out of possible trouble with custom agents. (Page 28)

When to read the fine print on Travel Packages that could end up costing you an arm and a leg. (Page 29)

Why it’s important to have medical details ready (and which details you MUST have). (Page 29)

Tricks to keep your clothing wrinkle free when you’re on the go. (Page 30)

How to protect your passport from being stolen (and what to do if it is). (Page 31)

The secret to saving money on hefty service fees with traveler checks. (Page 32)

The truth about the travel agent’s “booking and administration fee.” Read this to save yourself some money. (Pages 32-33)

One common packing mistake that could put a HUGE damper on your trip. (Page 33)

How to save money on meals and still experience local cuisines. (Page 34)

How the most prepared vacationers “practice” for their trips. (Page 35)

How a special “kit” you put together can make for the perfect mornings – day in and day out for your entire vacation. (Page 35)

A hidden cost of travel that adds up fast! (Page 36)

How your smallest investment may bring the biggest rewards. (Page 37)

How to use your carry-on luggage the right way. (Page 37)

The secret to being worry free on your vacation. (Leave your worries at home with this information) (Page 38)

A unique trick for keeping your budget under control. (Page 39)

Why skipping meals often doesn’t save you any money. (Page 40)

How to keep yourself from making a “bonehead” mistake many travelers make that costs them time and money. (Page 40)

3 things you’ll likely miss if you leave home without. (Page 41)

Smart travelers ask the front desk at their hotel for this potentially valuable item (and it’s free to you). (Page 42)

Don’t forget to check out these important dates about the destination you are visiting. It may make the difference between a great trip and a dud. (Page 43)

The most overlooked, inexpensive, money-saver you can bring on your trip. Hint: You’ll most likely use it a lot! (Page 44)

And there’s MUCH more – guaranteed!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013185036
  • Publisher: qasim idrees
  • Publication date: 8/9/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 171 KB

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