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Making the decision to head off on a trip of your own for the first time can be as exhilarating as it is nerve-wracking, but there’s nothing holding you back from taking the solo trip you’ve always wanted to!
Cluventure makes your travel experience an adventure from the time you book to the day you return home. On today’s Cluventure Chardonnay, get the inside scoop from real Cluventure travelers.
Sometimes it seems that adding on a checked bag can cost half as much as the ticket, completely destroying all hope that you had of cashing in on that cheap airline deal. Not to mention that if you do pay the hefty baggage fee, you will still be lugging your large, heavy suitcase from place to place around your destination.
But why not ditch the checked bag altogether?
Wherever you are in the world, apps are a wonderful tool to help you stay both organized, entertained, and up to date. While many are useful, there are some that are the perfect way to waste time.
Sometimes one of the best parts of travel is the people that you meet along the way.
One of my favorite activities during the non-snowy seasons is to pack up the car and hit the road, visiting nearby friends and attractions. I have only had my own dog for about a year now and learned quickly some new skills during our first trip together.
Four different airlines, two hotels, and one 4 a.m. wake up call to get from Spain to Michigan? On this first Cluventure Chardonnay, Cluventure President and Vice President, Desi and Monica, discuss one of Desi’s most memorable travel fail moments.
I’ve always been a bit of a control freak, but if there’s anything that I’ve learned from traveling it’s that you can do much more than you think you can. If I could go back to my first international trip and tell myself one thing; it would be to just take everything one step at a time and enjoy every moment.
After flipping through pictures, booking the Airbnb, arranging our transportation, and doing all our research, we were ready for a calm, relaxing beach trip.
Instead, we ended up with the exact opposite.