Do you love travelling? Wouldn’t it be wonderful to get paid to travel? I think this is the dream for many, who want to unshackle themselves from a 9-5 job and go and see the world. You can almost picture yourself sitting on a white sandy beach, cocktail in hand with the sun glinting on the turquoise water. If it just sounds like a far-fetched daydream, it doesn’t have to be. I would like to share with you 25 companies which pay people to write about their travels. Some of these are travel companies, and others are magazines or online publications which have a travel section and purchase from freelance writers. If you find sitting aggravates your pinched sciatic nerve symptoms and back ache, keep moving about before your journey. You will have a lot of sitting to do so take the opportunity to walk about, stand up and stretch. Do not sit down unless necessary.
For 2016, international travel magazine Travel + Leisure ranked Boracay island as the 2nd best island in the world after Palawan which is also a famous Philippine island off the southern part of main island Luzon. In 2017, the famous travel site TripAdvisor ranked Boracay’s white beach as the 24th best beach in the world.
Potential Problems. Buying a used travel trailer is a bit of a gamble, there could be minor problems or major problems and if you are lucky – no problems with the trailer. In most cases the warranty will have long ago expired, so expenses will be out of your pocket. Do your homework right so problems won’t be a surprise.
Make new RV curtains. These carpet-like fuzzy blue curtains are just dowdy and give my emotional age a three decade boost – in the wrong direction. This is a great place to bring in some style and character. I want something long-wearing stylistically because with eight window treatments & a divider curtain, this will be a lot of work and a major expense. Choose wisely!
One of the major reasons a lot of Australians head to North America during winter is due to the kids. Your kids I mean! American winter = Australian summer = school holidays. If you’ve still got kids in school that means they’ve got a good 6 weeks off between Christmas and the end of January, so this allows for a longer holiday and not having to take them out of school.
Just a quick question though, were you charged customs fee and local handling for bringing Angus to the Philippines? I’ve just received a quote from a pet relocation company here in the UK and they told me the customs charge + handling will be at around £400-500 and this I have to pay in Manila when my Labrador arrives. Just like Angus, my lovely labrador is like my own son. I just can’t digest the idea that I’d need to pay customs for my pet who’s considered as my family. Hope you can share some more info about this.