10. June 2016 · Comments Off on Five Reasons to Share Your Travel Plans · Categories: Travel and adventure · Tags: , , ,

Private Investigators are always thinking about safety. It’s a big part of the job, and our awareness always has to be taking safety into consideration. For that reason, I recommend that if you’re going on a trip, you share the details of your trip with somebody who’s not going, and here are five reasons why.

1. Your Home is Safer.

When you’re away and your friend or a friendly neighbor knows it, that person can check on your house for you, make sure to pick up your newspaper so the house doesn’t look vacant, and even put on a porch light for you just before you return. In fact, you may consider installing timers on your lamps that will turn on and off your lamps around the house on various intervals so the house still looks lived in. You can stop the newspaper, but there’s no substitute for a friendly person looking out for you.

2. You’re Safer.

If your friends or family know your itinerary and you’ve made arrangements to call, they’ll know if you failed to show up at your destination within a reasonable amount of time. By the same token, if you don’t arrive home by a certain date, concerned

20. May 2016 · Comments Off on 5 Ways To Save Money In Any Family Vacation Destination · Categories: Travel and adventure · Tags:

Ask anyone who currently has a family or was part of one, which is essentially everybody, and they will tell you some of their most memorable life moments took place while on family vacation. Vacations are the perfect time to reconnect with your family and step away from your busy life to relax, enjoy each other’s company, and recharge from the stressful realities of everyday living. Finding the perfect family vacation destination can be tricky and planning any trip can be costly. Don’t stress yourself out before going on vacation, follow these 5 ways to save money the next time you plan out your perfect family vacation.

1. Plan ahead.

Taking the time to plan out your vacation will allow you enough time to consider your options and go with choices that are not only fun, but fit your budget. For those who are resourceful and enjoy planning, the internet is full of travel companies and agencies fighting over your business. Peruse different options yourself using many travel sites on the internet devoted to budget conscious vacation planning, or visit a trusted travel agency to help you save money.

2. Choose the perfect destination.

While this may seem like a no brainer, the

18. April 2016 · Comments Off on Genius Family Road Trip Ideas: Lifehacks for Parents · Categories: Travel and adventure · Tags: , , ,

Its no secret that family road trips can be incredibly stressful –

Especially if you have multiple children, and many, many miles to go. We have all seen the same blog repeated a thousand times with a myriad of activities to keep children occupied during family road trips, and yes, in a perfect world, all children are content to color and play with pipe cleaners and quietly keep to themselves for hours on end… but back here, in the real world, children have to use the bathroom, (always at the WORST time), they get bored (understandably so), and this boredom and frustration over the inability to get up and use up some of the endless energy they can’t help but have, often ends with tearful tantrums on their part, and equally frustrated parents. In this article we will provide a list of activities to keep your little one(s) occupied, but we will go beyond that and focus on family roadtrip ideas for parents.

To be clear, the following family roadtrip ideas are not a cure-all, nor are they a “one-size-fits-all” solution, but they are clever, and may inspire some ideas of your own, or at least take some of the stress

22. March 2016 · Comments Off on Tips for Planning Holiday Travel and Flights · Categories: Travel and adventure · Tags: ,

Flying for a holiday or for your vacation? Make sure that you’re planning your travel the right way. Not only do you need to shop around (and shop smart) for your plane tickets, but you need to make sure that you’re planning your travel within the area the right way. Yes, there’s a robust public transport system. Yes, you can also rent a car. However, it might be better to actually work with a taxi service. Of course, there are many other things that you’ll need to know, as well.

Know How to Pack

It seems like the airlines are constantly finding new ways to charge their customers. Once, pillows, blankets and even snacks were all part of the price you paid for your ticket. Today, they’re expensive extras. Many airlines have also started charging for extra bags. Pack smart. Bring only the necessities, and avoid checking extra bags to cut down on costs.

Avoid Heavy Travel Dates

A little known secret to air travel is that some dates are much more expensive to book your flight than are others. The closer to a peak travel holiday you book, the more you’re going to pay. Rather than flying out on Christmas Eve, consider

20. February 2016 · Comments Off on 30 Must Know Traveling Tips For Your Next Vacation · Categories: Travel and adventure · Tags: , , ,

Summer is coming up and it is always best to be prepared. Listed below are some tips and tricks I have learned over my years of traveling. Hopefully you can apply them as they will most certainly make your next vacation outing much more enjoyable.

1. Always have extra cash

Cash is the royal necessity of traveling. Sometimes your credit or debit card can be problematic which is precisely why keeping a bit of extra cash on you at all times is nice because you never know when you might need it.

2. Don’t carry too much cash

With that said don’t carry too much cash on you at all times. There is nothing good that will come from being a walking ATM machine in a foreign country. Find a happy median that you can keep around without feeling terrible if it is taken by chance.

3. Wake Up Early

Most things you will experience while traveling are best experienced in the early morning. Not to mention if you are the kind of person who likes going on afternoon tours it really helps to beat the lines if you are one of the first people in and one of the first people out as event