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The Easiest Way to Get That Awesome Paris Vacation

The Easiest Way to Get That Awesome Paris Vacation

by Julianne Mercer, Negosentro.com | Paris is a very popular destination, in 2013 the city had 32.3 million guests based on hotel occupancy rates. It is a city rich in history going back to the third century BC when the area was inhabited by the Parisii, a Celtic Iron age people. There are many well known attractions in Paris; The Lourve is the most visited museum in the world, the ...

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Delta Airlines Inks Deal with Gogo to Provide Next Gen Wifi Access in 250 Aircraft

Delta Airlines Inks Deal with Gogo to Provide Next Gen Wifi Access in 250 Aircraft

Delta announced that Delta Air Lines has selected Gogo will outfit Delta’s narrowbody aircraft serving long-haul domestic, Latin American and Caribbean routes with Gogo’s next generation 2Ku technology. More than 250 aircraft in Delta’s existing fleet are expected to be installed with Gogo’s 2Ku technology. 2Ku service is also expected to be installed on international aircraft when they enter the Delta fleet. They expect to begin 2Ku installations by 2016 and will continue deploying ...

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A Local Paradise Called Cagbalete Island

A Local Paradise Called Cagbalete Island

by Febbie Alacapa | It’s that time of the year again when beachgoers are in search for the perfect beach spot away from the hustle and bustle of the metro. Batangas, Pampanga, and Zambales usually top the list as summer destinations since they offer white sand beaches and are all within a 2 to 4-hour drive away from Manila. But if you’re interested in a more affordable, more private, less-crowded, and underrated ...

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Back-to-Basics: Why Use VoIP and Save Lots of Money on Travel Calls

Back-to-Basics: Why Use VoIP and Save Lots of Money on Travel Calls

by Jim Moriones | The world of communication is evolving along with the digital landscape. As a result, the traditional means of communication are dissolving, while innovative practices are growing in prominence. Conventional landlines are now an ancient relic of the past, while Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the preferred means of communication. To learn more about the VoIP, continue reading. How VoIP Services Work VoIP technology relies on ...

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Traveling or Not, Scouting the Best Laptop Brands Make Sense

Traveling or Not, Scouting the Best Laptop Brands Make Sense

by Buddy Nievera, Negosentro.com  | Buying a laptop is pretty difficult. There are so many different brands to choose from. Apart from that, you also have to consider the specifications you want. Laptop prices start from $300 and can go as high as $3,000. You must consider a number of factors before making your decision. Furthermore, you will also have to consider the make and model. Do you want a Dell ...

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iPad For Productivity Even When You Travel

iPad For Productivity Even When You Travel

by Elaine Rogers | Do you struggle with Productivity? Are you unsure what IT systems you should have in place? Would you like some insight into what may work as an alternative to the traditional systems? Well then, this might just be the post for you! Productivity, a measure of the efficiency of production, can also be referred to as a measure of output from a production process, per unit ...

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Book Review: The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls’ Guide

Book Review: The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls’ Guide

by Sheryl Kayne | Looking for a book to soothe your single travel status? Here’s a book that every single girl needs to read: The Art of Solo Travel: A Girls’ Guide, by Stephanie Lee, published by Indie Travel Media Ltd, 2010. As you’d expect from the title, Lee is a traveler herself and she used her solo travels, not only to write a book, but also to figure out a lot ...

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3 Reasons Why Travel Doesn’t Make Women More Interesting

3 Reasons Why Travel Doesn’t Make Women More Interesting

It’s a well-worn cliché that travel provides a cornerstone for masculine development. This blog’s creator and many other like-minded quality writers have shown us that getting out of one’s comfort zone is a necessity for a man to grow into himself. There is a reason that ROK’s travel archive is bursting with stories of picking up girls in Brazil, language study and culture shock in Eastern Europe, and why every man should ...

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Hooters of America announces Asia expansion plans

Hooters of America announces Asia expansion plans

by Rezwana Manjur | Hooters of America has announced an extensive development agreement to open 30 Hooters locations throughout Southeast Asia over the next six years. After introducing the restaurant concept to Thailand with the opening of Hooters Phuket, Asian international franchisee Destination Resorts, the chain has set sights on Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam, as well as Hong Kong and Macau. “The moment the doors ...

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6 Travel-Booking Tricks You Need to Start Using

6 Travel-Booking Tricks You Need to Start Using

by Kelli Grant | Booking travel: You’re doing it wrong. It took time after the recession, but Americans are traveling more these days. Leisure travel is expected to rise 1.9 percent this year, to more than 1.63 billion trips, according to the U.S. Travel Association. But travel costs are rising, too, with the average airfare creeping closer to the $400 mark and PKF Hospitality Research predicting hotels’ profits will surpass ...

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5 Business Travel Tips That Will Improve Your Life

5 Business Travel Tips That Will Improve Your Life

by Dorie Clark, via Entrepreneur | If you log a lot of miles on the road, like many entrepreneurs, you know how grueling business travel can be. Apps like TripIt are helpful but can’t solve the problem singlehandedly. Over the past year, I’ve given nearly 100 talks on three continents to promote my book, Reinventing You. While exhilarating and rewarding, it has also been exhausting. Here are the hard-won tactics I employ almost ...

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Best ways to make money while traveling the world

Best ways to make money while traveling the world

by Jeanie Ahn, via Yahoo Finance | Permanently traveling the world sounds like it could quickly drain your finances. But for Derek Earl Baron, 37, founder of wanderingearl.com, it was the most lucrative decision of his life. He’s been on the road for 5,268 days — over 14 years — visited 88 countries, and worked 10 different jobs. After graduating college, Baron was only planning to travel for three months before buckling ...

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