The Euro has surged in early Asian trading to five-month highs against the U.S. dollar as centrist Emmanuel Macron emerged winning the first round presidential election result.
The National Front’s Marine Le Pen was predicted to also reach the second round of voting.
The result was seen as positive for the Euro and EU as investors had been worried that a second-round contest between Le Pen and the far-left Jean-Luc Melenchon would have set up a possible exit of France from the European Union. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in the Bahamas.
Like most islands in the Caribbean, the Bahamas are an expensive destination. The Bahamian dollar and the US dollar are both accepted throughout the islands. The USD may even be prefered, so traveling with that may make conversion issues easier. Banking hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in Europe.
No destination holds as much variety and cultural difference as Europe. From the sunny south to the snowy north there is no shortage of places to see here. When arriving at any new destination for first time visitors it cant hurt to stop by the Tourist Point to get any free maps, discounts, and cost free events. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in the United Kingdom.
England is still one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. In every day, the most flights go into London. Be sure to get out of London and England’s smaller cities are fascinating and boast a robust culture. England is not known as a budget location and if you don’t keep an eye on your budget it can be expensive. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in Nepal.
Nepal might be my favourite place, lovely people, stunning ancient cities, and of course the Himalayas. Do not trek alone, there are frequent changes to the paths due to avalanches and some can be risky. If you hear mule bells coming on a high up trekking path or ledge, hug the wall. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in Italy.
Italy’s great food, beautiful countryside, fabulous wine, and long history make it an excellent country to visit. Try to learn a few words at least in Italian, the Italians will be impressed that you’re giving it a go but will often reply to you in English, giving them a chance to practise what they’ve learned. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in Austria.
The capital city of Austria is Vienna and has a population of around 1.7 million. Vienna is steeped in history. Yet it’s also at the cutting edge of design, architecture, contemporary art, and new directions in drinking and dining. From modern cities to medievil towns this is a gorgeous place to visit. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in Vietnam.
Now lately, the tourist industry is growing and has become a major source of national revenue for the past 10-15 years. Ha Noi and Ho Chi Ninh City You cannot escape learning about the horrid history whose effects are still visible on the faces, bodies the locals even today. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in China.
China’s international visitors have rocketed to an impressive 26 million in 2015. It is said that in less than 10 years, the country will become the first tourist destination with the world’s largest number of visitors. Credit cards are still not accepted in many rural places so it will be convenient to carry a travel card or cash with you. View article >
Travel Tips and Ways to Save Money when Traveling in India.
India is a vibrant, colourful, and fascinating country to explore but can be a little intimidating for first time visitors. There are many magical places to visit so try to make a point of staying at least two nights in any one place so you get a chance to wander around and explore. View article >
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