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Too Young to Travel or Backpack Europe?

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12 Things You Need To Do Before Backpacking Europe: Passports & Visas (Part 2)

This is a 12 part series on Backpacking Europe for all you aspiring & seasoned backpackers and student travelers. 2. Passports and Visas Most of the European countries are covered under Schengen visa although you may need to apply for independent visas for some. For Americans, the rules are clear on the length of time... Read More »

Cheap Travel Insurance

At you get so much more than travel insurance. With free SMS travel safety alerts, iPod language guides, your own online travel journal and destination guides, World Nomads keeps you travelling safely. So what does it cost. To get a quote or buy a policy, select your country of permanent residence. If your country... Read More »

Free Sex at Prague Brothel Tests Taboo as Reality Romps Hit Web

Jan. 10 (Bloomberg) — If you want to watch Nick having sex with a prostitute, he’s happy to let you. The 36-year-old bank-security technician drove eight hours from his home in Metz, France, to Big Sister, a Prague brothel where customers peruse a touch-screen menu of blondes, brunettes and redheads available for free. The catch... Read More »

International Travel Safety Information for Students

Many college students are getting ready for that much anticipated trip abroad as the time approaches for spring and summer breaks. Most will have a safe and enjoyable adventure, but for some the trip will become a nightmare. A number of vacations are ruined by one or more of the following: drugs, alcohol, disorderly behavior,... Read More »

Travelers Reminded Of New Document Requirements

Travelers Reminded Of New Document Requirements Beginning January 31, 2008 Documents Proving Citizenship and Identity Will be Required When Entering The United States Through Land and Sea Ports of Entry The following is a joint release by the U.S. Department of State and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security: The U.S. Department of State and... Read More »

Australia Day in Shanghai

Australia Day is a national celebration characterized by barbecues and beer. Looking back on my childhood I always loved this holiday, and what kid wouldnt? Australia Day is an extra day off school, a colourful procession down the main street of your town, and then a huge meal with all your mates. On January 26th... Read More »

Eurail Backpack Theft!

WARNING- At these stops KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR BAGS/BACKPACKS (Read below)! Taking a night train? Many Europeans travel during the weekends, so play it smart and reserve your spot. You will find backpackers sitting in both 1st and 2nd class seating. Sometimes the train that you will be traveling on will be full in... Read More »