Single Trip Insurance vs. Annual Travel Insurance | Allianz Travel

There are travel insurance plans built for all types of travelers, including a range of single-trip plans that are exactly what they sound like: they cover just one trip. source Travel Insurance

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Karen Walrond, Author & Public Speaker

Welcome back to Thrillable Hours, my interview series about alternative jobs for lawyers.  I first met Karen during the World Domination Summit, in 2011. We sat next to each other by accident, quickly figuring out that we were both former lawyers, sarcastic, and speaking at the event. Whereas Karen was already a nationally-recognized speaker, photographer, and author, I was about to do my first ever keynote and was shaking in my boots. Karen put her hand on my forearm and looked me in the eyes. “Jodi,” she said, “Come on. You GOT this.” I…

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12 Best Things to Do and Places to Visit in Singapore

Singapore has earned a reputation as an expensive stopover destination, but truthfully, it is so much more. It has a rich and diverse culture that can be explored all throughout the city. The food is among both the most affordable and most delicious cuisines in the world. Locals in Singapore are friendly, the public transport system is efficient, and the sidewalks are impeccable. As a result of all this, Singapore is an amazing city to visit with so many things to do and places to visit. When you’re planning a trip to Singapore,…

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Things do in Bergen – 14 Attractions in Norway’s Most Beautiful City

Rounding up all of the amazing things to do in Bergen, Norway. I’ll never forget driving into the town center of Bergen, Norway for the first time. Colorful buildings, old-world architecture and the mountainous backdrop all contributed equally to that tingling of wanderlust that nipped at my consciousness.  I had never heard of this town before and little did I know that it would become one of my favourite cities in Scandinavia. Things to do in Bergen Norway Staying on The Clarion Hotel wharf we had a perfect view of the…

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The Real Netherlands: Q&A with Cleo Wächter

In 1974, a Dutch photographer set out to capture what the Netherlands really looked like, beyond windmills and tulips. Forty-three years later, photographer Cleo Wächter retraces the project to see what’s changed. Windmills, wooden clogs, neatly arranged tulips: These might be a foreigner’s idea of the Netherlands. But these tropes don’t just appear on airport postcards. They’re also common in paintings of Dutch landscapes—a fact that fascinated photographer Reinjan Mulder. As 26-year-old Dutch photographer Cleo Wächter explains, Mulder was interested in the way landscape paintings were rich in clichéd images.…

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