Travel Tip Roundup: Easy Ways to Exercise on Vacation

Taking a vacation means setting your day-to-day schedule aside, which often means letting exercise fall behind. While indulging may be an important part of travel, consider incorporating some fun activities that get your blood pumping so your normal exercise regimen is easier to get back to when it’s time to return home. HTH Worldwide suggests […]

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Tin Leg Position Statement Icelandic Volcano

Tin Leg Released: 8/20/2014 Recently concerns have risen over the possible eruption of Iceland’s Bardarbunga volcano. Travelers who purchase a Tin Leg, Economy, Standard or Luxury policy, may be eligible for cancellation, interruption or travel delay benefits, providing the event meets the policy’s requirements under the weather or natural disaster coverage. Any Tin Leg plans […]

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Travel Tip Roundup: 5 Items You Should Keep in Your Carry-On

Anyone who has experienced lost, delayed, damaged, or stolen luggage knows that packing for a trip can often mean risking valuable and important items. While many travel insurance policies provide coverage for baggage loss and delay, they often have limited coverage amounts. When it’s necessary to travel with important items, Squaremouth suggests listing these items […]

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Squaremouth Answers: “Which policy/company provides the best/max primary travel medical/injury insurance?”

Question from airfarewatchdog.com: “Which policy/company provides the best/max primary travel medical/injury insurance?” Answer by Squaremouth: We considered factors such as destination, age, and residency, to find the best primary medical travel insurance policy for different types of travelers. We always recommend the least expensive policy that meets a traveler’s needs. In this case, we have […]

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U.S. Department of State Travel Warning for Sierra Leone

The U.S. Department of State has issued a travel warning against non-essential travel to Sierra Leone. “After review of health conditions and limited availability of medical evacuation options, the U.S. Department of State ordered the departure of family members residing with Embassy staff in Freetown to begin August 14, 2014.  U.S. government employees in Freetown […]

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