From the Desk of the How-To Junkie for the "Traveling Junkie":Howdy friend, who wants "to travel for vacation on a budget,"
Let me guess, you are looking for a getaway. By getaway, I mean vacation. Ah yes, the vacation that you've been dreaming about all year. Well you certainly deserved to! After all, what's the point of living and not enjoying?
Traveling offers that much needed relaxation to get away from everything with yourself or with friends and families. It allows you to clear your head and remember why life is so freaking awesome, and revitalize yourself to refocus your perspective on things.
But what's the biggest setback stopping our fellow travelers from doing it more often? Work? Time? How about the biggest hurdle of them all - money?
Let's face it, vacations don't come cheap. They cost money, but that doesn't mean you have to spend a ton of dough or lose a leg to afford it. You just may not know how to best go about it, know what to do, or are simply overwhelmed. Fret not!
On the other hand, perhaps you're one of those lucky folks who get to go on permanent vacation whenever you want and money is not an issue, but still, wouldn't you rather enjoy more savings and travel the smart way?
That's why we're focusing on the fastest way to get going on a vacation, regardless of whatever limited-vacation time you may have, and travel on a budget.
By being a "Traveling Junkie," you will know:
* How to plan a vacation fast even if you don't know where to go.
* How to find the cheapest flight deals the smart way step-by-step.
* How to book your accommodations to save tons of money.
* How to calculate your budget and not go over expenses.
* The secret insider tips only experienced savvy trailers know and do.
...and full-satisfied junkie more.
So what are you waiting for? Instead of dreaming about sipping coconut under a palm tree, be actually doing it! And send me a postcard while you're at it (even if you don't like coconut staying at some big city instead). Plan your vacation now!
Signing off. Your friend,
- The How-To Junkie
Greg moved to Puerto Rico from the United States. He and his wife, who is a native "Boricua" are traveling to each pueblo and giving the history, places to see and other information on each. this edition is on Canovanas. It has pictures and maps. Join them on the journey and collect the whole set!"
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