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UNEXPECTED TRAVEL COSTS // 5 MOST OVERLOOKED TRAVEL EXPENSES THAT YOU MAY HAVE FORGOTTEN

UNEXPECTED TRAVEL COSTS // 5 MOST OVERLOOKED TRAVEL EXPENSES THAT YOU MAY HAVE FORGOTTEN

When you think of booking your next vacation, what are the things that you budget for immediately? Obviously flights & hotels are at the top of your list, perhaps ground transportation comes to mind & of course money for food/drinks. But what other expenses are out there that you are overlooking? Additional travel expenses can add up quickly & can easily put a damper on your trip if you are not prepared for them. Here are TL Travel's 5 most commonly overlooked travel expenses as compiled by you; our TL Travelers. 

DOCUMENTING SOLO TRAVEL // GETTING THE SHOT YOU WANT

DOCUMENTING SOLO TRAVEL // GETTING THE SHOT YOU WANT

When you travel the world with a group or a partner there is always someone on hand to snap a photo & capture the moment for you. For travel bloggers especially, having yourself included in your travel photos adds a personal touch & element of engagement to your social media posts, so you can imagine the struggle that arises for solo travelers who want to document their adventures & still be present in their own shots.

DJI MAVIC REVIEW FOR TRAVELERS // First Flight + First Impressions

DJI MAVIC REVIEW FOR TRAVELERS // First Flight + First Impressions

While the most important thing about traveling with a drone is first doing your research regarding flight laws at your destination, today we want to discuss the pros & cons of the new DJI Mavic for travelers (all legal issues aside.)

Airline Blunders - China Airlines

Airline Blunders - China Airlines

"Good service" will always be defined differently depending on who you ask. Some travelers consider good service to be good meals, complimentary wine, or simply the ability to get you to your destination on time. 

Is Street Food Safe?

Is Street Food Safe?

Websites boasting 'Eat The Streets' posts will tell you where to get your fix of local cuisine anywhere you want to go, but some locations are, no doubt, questioned more than others. While very few of us think twice about grabbing a hot-dog after the bar from a street stand in the States, so many travelers are warned time & time again to NEVER eat the street food in Thailand, Vietnam, Costa Rica, Bolivia .. you name it. But why? Is there any rhyme or reason to these warnings?