Exploring Submarines on Jeju Island with Kids
A trip to Korea just isn’t complete without spending a few days on Jeju Island. Also known as the Island of the Gods, Jeju Island is considered the Hawaii of Korea. It is a beautiful paradise with hiking trails, jungles, beaches, shopping markets, museums, history and more.  Island of the God's: Perfect Jeju Itinerary Right Now  Keep reading to discover the...
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Icelandair (ICE) is a cool airline. That’s not meant to be a pun. They aren’t cool because their code is ICE or because they fly to cold weather destinations, they are cool because they offer a stopover connection with a stopover buddy for free! Whether you are flying to the US from Europe, or to Europe from the US,...
Cheap Flights from Seoul to Jeju
I know we said Bingsu was Korea's best kept secret, but it might actually be the airline, Jin Air. Okay no, on second thought, nothing beats Bingsu, but Jin Air is definitely one of the best perks the peninsula of South Korea has to offer.  With flights as low as $15 you can take a domestic flight from Seoul to...
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Scandinavian Airlines, SAS Airlines, flies throughout Denmark, Sweden and Norway to 1300 destinations all across Europe. Their slogan, “We Are Travelers” is fitting as Scandinavians travel an average of five times a year throughout the three countries listed above! It was also fitting for our particular family as we are not only travelers, but have Scandinavian ancestry. Everything comes...
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First off, please bear in mind that this article is a work of opinion. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental. The advice contained herein is my opinion and only...