5 Ways To Get The Most Out Of A Destination

| July 22, 2019

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Travelers are always looking for new ways to get the most out of their travels. While the points and miles game can get you to your destination, what do you do when you get there? How do you get the most out of your time there and see beyond the hotel?I Have been traveling the world regularly since 2006, covering more than 100 countries, hundreds of thousands of miles in the air (though not as much as Ben), and meeting countless people along the way.Though I am a budget traveler and stay in more hostels than hotels, once you get to a destination, we travelers all face the same question: what should we do?

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