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6/2/15

Livin' La Vida Loca, Big Island Style

If you're preparing to travel to an island paradise, whether in the South of Europe, the Caribbean, or the South Pacific, you'll need to make a few preparations beforehand so as not to get tripped up in the heat of the moment. For example, if you're traveling to Hawaii, you may not need a passport, but you'll certainly want to carry along a full supply of traveler's checks to tide you over during your stay. In case you haven't heard, the ATM fees can prove quite a daunting challenge to an economical traveler.

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Traveling Light and Tight

Armed with your passport, traveler's checks, and airline ticket, off you go into the wild blue yonder. It's an excellent idea to travel light, taking with you only what you can fit into a carry-on bag and (maybe) one extra suitcase. If you're traveling on business, it's an excellent idea to take only what will fit into your briefcase. Baggage fees have increased exponentially in the past few years, so it's a wise move to arrange your travel ensemble accordingly.

Staying Hip to Your Surroundings

If you're traveling to the island for a business consultation or conference, you'll probably spend most of your time knee deep in preparation for the big event. But, of course, there may still be plenty of opportunity to enjoy a bit of rest and relaxation during the rest of the night. It's all right to spend plenty of time at the hotel, or at the local zoo and other tourist attractions. After all, that's what they are there for.

But you'll also want to take along a handy travel guide that will enlighten you as to some of the finest attractions that show off the "real" face of the location. You'll want to stop in for a drink at a local tavern, or enjoy some fine regional cuisine at a local bistro, in order to get to know the lay of the land.

Traveling First Class on a Budget

If you're really searching for the ultimate secret of how to travel first class on a modest budget, you may need a little help to get you fully up to speed. And when it comes to educating travelers, as well as saving them a whole heaping bundle of time, energy, and cash, there's nothing quite like Hipmunk's handy series of travel guides.

If you plan on jetting out to Hawaii, Hipmunk's Honolulu travel guide is a top notch companion for your journey. Not only will you get the low down on all of the best tourist oriented destinations, you'll also get the straight skinny on plenty of fabulous sites that lie just off the beaten path. If you really want to get a taste of the "real" location, Hipmunk's series of travel guides is an excellent starter kit.

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This article was contributed by Fiona Moriarty of Hipmunk, a travel website that offers customers a fast and easy way to find the best travel deals.


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Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure 
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3 comments :

  1. We were supposed to go to Hawaii this summer. And then life turned upside down, and we cancelled everything. But that's okay. Hawaii isn't going anywhere. ;)

    I didn't know about the ATM fees. I had everything was so expensive there though.

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    1. You will get to so some other time ma dear. And it's true, Hawaii, isn't going anywhere ::)

      Oh yes! Everything or most things are very expensive there. Gotta save up or have family there to crash with!

      Y'all will love it!

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  2. Yes, I would love to visit this place and live the crazy life !! Beautiful picture!

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