Do You Pack These 6 Items When You Travel

by Guest Contributor on February 10, 2016

Every one of us has a list of items we must take with us then we travel. Today I have a short list of seven essential and necessary items that you should keep in their travel bag no matter where you are going or for how long. Every item on the list is included and can […]

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How to Get the Most Out of Duty Free Shopping

by Mary Jo Manzanares on July 13, 2015

Duty Free Hunter is the first Global Hub for the Global Shopper, providing travelers around the world with a single place to match their next trip to the duty free and luxury shopping on offer in the world’s airports as well as onboard airlines. Built with the help of the major airports, duty free retailers, airlines, […]


29 Things I Learned from My Travels

by Guest Contributor on June 16, 2014

The Top 29 Things I Learned From My Travels (via This has been the longest time I have traveled. Eleven weeks, and it has been an amazing journey. I have seen amazing things, grown as a person, realized my own strengths and weaknesses, changed my eating habits, gone to incredible healers who have…

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Rugged Luxury

by Guest Contributor on May 26, 2014

Rugged Luxury (via I was not always a girly-girl. Growing up, my father made sure that my sister and I absorbed the same Boy Scout preparedness that he had received in his youth. On the trail, we were often mistaken for young boys due to our gender-neutral camping attire…  


7 Things You’re Overpaying for on Vacation

by Guest Contributor on May 12, 2014

Most of us accept that vacationing is inevitably going to be expensive — but is that the right attitude? Having to pay for expensive plane tickets, hotel and food obviously requires money. However, how much you end up spending is up to you and how…


Top Tips For Travelling With Kids Through Central Station Belfast

by Guest Contributor on February 12, 2014

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Travelling with children can be stressful at the best of times, but when you are trying to negotiate public transport, it is often a nightmare. Train travel is one way of getting from A to B quickly and painlessly. Children like trains and as long as you are able to secure seats with a table, […]


5 Places You Can Celebrate Carnival Besides Brazil

by Mary Jo Manzanares on January 13, 2014

Carnival in Martinique

Brazil is, and always will be, one of the most popular party destinations on the globe. Its Carnival celebration is a kaleidoscope of color and aroma, spectacular to behold. With 2014 now in full swing, Brazil is gearing up for the FIFA World Cup. If you’re looking to celebrate Carnival without the presence of football […]


Gateway to the Great Outdoors: Mountains, Beach, & Woods

by Mary Jo Manzanares on December 23, 2013

TTW suitcase

Looking to get outdoors for your next vacation or weekend getaway? It’s not all camping and roughing it, there are plenty of resort options that help bring a little luxury to the great outdoors. Where do you want to go on your next outdoor vacation? Gateway to the Great Outdoors – An infographic by the […]


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Going on vacation can be invigorating, exciting and downright fun. Packing for a vacation, however, is none of these things. This was the dilemma which presented itself as I tussled with my suitcase while packing for my latest beach holiday. Squishing the ‘necessities’ into a monstrosity of a bag just won’t cut it anymore. It’s […]


Announcing The Travelers Way Store

by Mary Jo Manzanares on May 20, 2013

Fathers Day gifts for dads who travel

Just in time for Fathers Day shopping, we’re launching The Travelers Way online store, full of gift suggestions for the Dad who loves to travel. And even for the Dads who are reluctant or armchair travelers. Take a moment to browse a few of our recommendation – from guidebooks to electronic gadgets to practical tools […]