Avoiding Travel Scams

If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Traveling cheap is pointless if you end up losing money or your identity in the process. Here's a short and to the point post about scams you'll encounter while traveling. Have you been to Cancun recently? As soon as you pass through customs, you're instantly inundated by people asking if you need a ride, if you want to go on expeditions for free, if you want a free vacation to come back. Let me be the first to tell you, NOTHING IS FREE! I would strongly advise not even starting a conversation with these people, unless you like being pressured into things you don't need. Not a good way to start a relaxing vacation. In most places that you go

My Cheap Ass Orlando Trip

I love a random trip. Any time I have a few days off and a couple extra dollars, I go. For my birthday this year ( Jan 6th) I took Friday off and decided a weekend trip would be perfect. So, I searched online to find a flight deal (see my previous post, The most expensive part). I flew frontier, the flight was super cheap ($62 roundtrip). I know a lot of people have had negative experiences with the cheaper airline ( i.e. Spirit and frontier) but for quick flights I think they are ok. Understand that with these airlines, everything is paid for separately (food, bags, etc.) so pack smart! Frontier is my favorite, they have lots of sales and usually if they need to fill up flights last minute

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