One thing some of you may or may not know is that every time you use your credit card in another country or spend in another currency online, your credit card issuer or bank charges you an additional 2.5% for doing the exchange from whatever currency you paid in to your home currency. For example, … Continue reading Frugal Friday: Foreign Transaction Fees
This is Part 1 of a 3 Part Series about booking a European Vacation on points. In this part we will go over the basics you need to know before you start searching for flight or hotels. In our last post, we told you all about our European luxury vacation we have coming up this … Continue reading An Aeroplan European Luxury Family Vacation: Booking Part 1
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2018 is the year of Enns travels so far. Or, to make a bad pun, the Adventure Never Enns. Sorry. In the short time that has been 2018 we've been to Bali already and we have two more big trips coming up. This trip we are going to talk about here is our biggest one … Continue reading Our European Luxury Family Vacation
One of the best sushi restaurants we've ever been to is up this week for Main Street Eats!
Due to our long journey and us wanting to give you as much detail as possible about our journey, we have split this experience into 3 parts. Here is Part 3: So you've read all about flying First Class and now it's all about Cathay Pacific Lounges and their Regional Business Class. After a very disappointing … Continue reading A First Class Experience: Part 3
Due to our long journey and us wanting to give you as much detail as possible about our journey, we have split this experience into 3 parts. Here is Part 2: As we teased last time we had some things on our long haul flight to Hong Kong that we did not have on … Continue reading A First Class Experience: Part 2