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Three Awesome Things Do in in Peru That Aren’t Machu Picchu

If you haven’t already bought a ticket to one of South America’s most popular destinations, you probably will soon. Peru is home to one of the great archaeological wonders of the world – it’s no surprise this diverse country is on many bucket lists. But, for those who love to get a little further off [...]

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Outdoor Adventures in New Zealand

New Zealand might not be the very first vacation destination on your list, but for the adventure-seeking traveler, it’s definitely worth a visit. Hike, climb, paddle, and ski to your heart’s content on a trip to this island country. Whatever you choose to do on your trip, you’ll need to get your hands on the [...]

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Best of Mexico City

While Mexico has historically been known for its all-inclusive resorts and white-sand beaches, the country is becoming increasingly well-known for its culture. While you can get culture anywhere – the country is teeming with it – its capital, Mexico City, is the hub. From fine art to sacred spaces to bold architecture, Mexico City is [...]

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Best Canadian Road Trips

As the second largest country in the world by area, it’s impossible to see all – or even the majority – of Canada in a single trip. Don’t attempt a sea-to-sea vacation, but rather pick an area and take the time to enjoy it. With the loonie – also known as the Canadian dollar – [...]

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How to Enjoy a Winter Getaway in the Swiss Alps

While everyone else is grumbling about the cold and the extra-long, snow-induced commute to work, you could be spending this year’s vacation in a stunning winter wonderland: Switzerland. Below are a few ways you can get the most out of the season this winter in Switzerland. But don’t forget to purchase foreign currency before you [...]

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Why Thailand Should Be on your Bucket-list

Thailand might be a long plane ride from the U.S., but it’s a must-visit destination for many travellers drawn by beautiful beaches, tasty (and affordable!) food, and culture-rich cities. The best part? The foreign currency exchange from the U.S. dollar to the Thai baht is very favorable for dollar holders, so your hard-earned money will [...]

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