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More Travel Apps You’ll Want to Download

September 22nd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on More Travel Apps You’ll Want to Download

If you’re the jetsetting type, there’s nothing better than technology that helps make your life just a little bit easier. With so many apps out there, it can be difficult to determine which, if any, you might be interested in. Jason Hartman has traveled the world and knows a thing or two about making it […]

Uber Cool: A Transportation Trend

September 16th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Uber Cool: A Transportation Trend

If you’ve traveled in any major city, you’ve probably heard about Uber. It’s drawing a lot of attention lately, and for good reason–it’s cheaper and quicker than a taxi. It works through apps designed to connect riders and drivers, and (assuming you meet just a few qualifications) nearly anyone can drive. Available in 42 countries […]

The Ins and Outs of Repatriation

September 3rd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on The Ins and Outs of Repatriation

The expatriate experience is a great one for many people, and can last as little or as long as one desires. For many, the process of moving back to a home country can be a difficult one. After a life of exciting travel, new culture, and the thrill of successfully overcoming challenges,repatriation can bring a […]

Planning Your Luxury Honeymoon

July 23rd, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Planning Your Luxury Honeymoon

For many couples, the honeymoon is the reward for the successful wedding. At the end of a strenuous planning process and enormous party, the honeymoon should be a luxurious vacation that begins what will be a long and happy marriage. Aside from a life spent with your beloved, a honeymoon is the ultimate reward for […]

Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous: Luxury Concierge

June 16th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Lifestyles of the Rich and the Famous: Luxury Concierge

It is no secret that the rich can have extravagant tastes. Tastes that are excessive, extraordinary, and often very strange. Imagine a concierge service that caters exclusively to this particular group of people—a group whose money often knows no limits. Luxury concierge services are on the rise, and they’ve received some pretty incredible requests. While […]

What is a Working Holiday Visa?

June 13th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on What is a Working Holiday Visa?

International travel can be confusing because the laws are constantly changing. It can be especially difficult to get from country to country. If you’re planning a luxury vacation for a week, a month, or longer, you’re going to want to get the laws straight. And, while many vacation for fun, people like Jason Hartman often […]

One Day in Portland

June 4th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on One Day in Portland

If you’re looking for a vacation spot that offers a little bit of nature, a little bit of city, and a lot of charm, Portland is your city! Located in the beautiful northwest, this Oregon hotspot has a big city feel with the safety, space, and accessibility of a much smaller town. Portland is great […]

Educational Options for Expat Kids

May 30th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Educational Options for Expat Kids

Gone are the days of travel ending when a couple chooses to have children. Now, children enhance and enjoy travel, and more and more families are embarking on family-wide vacations or enjoying expatriatism as a family group. For children, this experience can be enriching and educational—but more education is required. For expat children, the school […]

No Man is an Island: Traveling Remotely

May 28th, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on No Man is an Island: Traveling Remotely

Perhaps you’re a long time Survivor fan or someone looking for something a little different in terms of travel experience. When the hustle and bustle of the city just won’t do, it may be time to think about setting sail for somewhere few have every been—a remote island where even a busy guy like Jason […]

Lose the Baggage: Leaving the Suitcase at Home

May 21st, 2014 by Jason Hartman | Comments Off on Lose the Baggage: Leaving the Suitcase at Home

You may have noticed that nearly all airlines are charging for bags these days—and even if money is no issue, you may resist the fee. It’s often frustrating to be asked to pay for something that was once provided, particularly if you’re already shelling out the cash for an expensive ticket. Plus, traveling with bags […]