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What You Could Get in Mazatl├ín for $10 – Heaven for Beach Lovers and So Many More!

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Let’s fly back to the Pacific for this week’s $10 series… And this time, we’re flying out to Mexico to see how much $10 is worth in the city of Mazatlan, thanks to Matt and Heather from Reason2Roam.

Well then, after we’ve covered Mexico City a few months ago, what do you think Mazatlan could offer for your Hamilton bill?!

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Some Tips to Find a Trustworthy Local Friend and Traveling Partner Through Couchsurfing When You’re a Woman Traveling Alone

Let’s face it, being a solo traveler when you have a vagina isn’t an easy job. There are some challenges we women face that men probably never have to experience, and when it comes to traveling alone… That’s a lot!

Couchsurfing is one of them. Well, if you use Couchsurfing as a woman who occasionally travels solo, I suppose you’d probably agree that you might have a love-and-hate relationship with the platform.

It’s not just once or twice that I read some thread on female solo travelers group on Facebook that complained about the platform. Some stories were quite troublesome. From some hosts that expected sex, to having to stay in-between 2 hosts who just broke up in a transition period.

So far, I often use Couchsurfing to make a connection with people in my travel. Be it to find a place to crash or simply just get a friend to talk to along the way. Thank God, I’ve never experienced any bad experience through the platform.

And in this post, I would like to share some tips in which I use to prevent any inconvenience that might happen from using Couchsurfing for women traveling solo.

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5 Reasons to Visit the United States

Over 75 million people visit the United States of America from other countries every year, but have you ever paused to wonder why?

With 50 states and several local territories, the US is one of the most diverse places you could possibly wish to visit anywhere in the world. In fact, there is a pretty solid argument that suggests no country on Earth has as many different cultures and ways of living joined together under one flag.

With that in mind, we are going to take a look at some of the reasons you might visit the US.

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