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Car Hire, Portugal, Europe
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Japan, Korea
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Fluent in Portuguese

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From Gettysburg to Hastings: Re-enactments and Living History

For some people, history is a thing of the past, over and done with. But for others, history is something through which we can get in touch with our roots and learn something about ourselves and those who came before us. Throughout the world, there are many groups who strive to bring history to the masses, through re-enactment of specific events - such as battles - or…


Posted on October 3, 2015 at 9:00am

Key Strategies for Easy Packing

The most challenging aspect of travelling is packing. Forget about language barrier, cultural differences or anything else. Packing is where the real struggle lies. If you're like me and you can never get a suitcase to close however much you try, here are some invaluable tips to help you through one of life's greatest challenges: how to pack a…


Posted on September 16, 2015 at 6:08pm

No Man (Or Woman) Is An Island: Tips For the Solo Traveller

Travelling alone can be the best thing in the world. You get to set your own pace, decide your own destinations, the things you want to see, and you don't have to please anyone else but yourself. It may be true that some things in life are better shared, but there's also much to be said for the pleasure of being on your own every now and then. Here are some things you should…


Posted on September 12, 2015 at 8:26pm

Local Idiosyncrasies: Driving Around The World

Driving seems like a straightforward enough business. You get behind the wheel, turn on the car, and then proceed to go places. Most driving laws, while varying slightly from place to place, are no more than common sense, and most people will have no difficulty driving in countries other than their own. However, there are some obscure (and some not so much) corners of legislation where common sense goes to die. Here are some of the world's most bizarre driving…


Posted on June 6, 2014 at 4:01pm

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At 10:20am on May 9, 2012, Tripatini said…

Agnes, welcome to Tripatini, the Web's smartest travel/food community and blog. On Tripatini, you can mingle with travelers and top travel experts alike, so everybody learns how to travel better and smarter. A few tips to get you rolling:

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