Photo of the book How to Travel the World on $50 a Day.

Money-Saving Travel Tips from Nomadic Matt

Laura Martone reviews a book by Nomadic Matt that aims to teach you to how to travel the world without breaking the bank. Our American Nomad gives it a thumbs up and refers you to some great tips for budget US travel and travel abroad.

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Fortress Falklands: A Book Review

After the 1982 conflict in which Argentina invaded the Falklands, only to be dislodged after 74 days, Mount Kent had become home to a Royal Air Force radar station that was not open to the public.

Photo of the set of Cooper's Pack kids travel books.

Alaska, Seattle, and New York City from a Kid’s Perspective

Laura Martone reviews Cooper’s Pack travel books for children, featuring top sights in Alaska, Seattle, New York City. Each book typically features the travel experiences of Cooper, a friendly, backpack-wielding stuffed dog, and a local guide (another amiable stuffed animal) in a given destination.

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Going for the Gold

Staying in Minas Gerais, Michael dives into a book about Brazil’s gold rush to get to know the local history even better. He shares a bit of what he’s learned from the Portuguese-language text with readers.