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Some airports are just better for stopover than others, both in terms of lowering your airfare costs, and adding to your overall comfort and convenience. (And some airports should simply be avoided altogether, if possible.) When I had a couple hours to kill at Honolulu's airport, for example, I was able to relax in their tropical garden (shown above) rather than a crowded waiting area or forgettable airport bar.

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Hostels are an inexpensive option when you want to stretch your travel budget and don't mind sharing space with strangers (who might even become your friends). The downside is that if you want to hang your clothes or towels up to dry, you're fighting for the same common drying spots with everyone else in the hostel. Toss a couple of small magnets in your bag and you have this problem solved!

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Holidaying in another time zone often means being the victim of jet lag, which can make the first few days of your trip tough. Here are a few tricks I've used over my years of travelling to make sure jet lag doesn't stop me from making the most of my holiday time.

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Some places are tough to visit because of environmental factors, like air pollution, but that doesn't have to stop you from crossing a city off your bucket list. Here's what you can do to protect yourself while still enjoying your destination.