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His name is Clint and he has been travel hacking through over 100 countries. He flies for free, never pays full price, and always gets the most out of his hard earned days off traveling. He started Triphackr to share the tips and travel hacks he has learned from over a decade of traveling. His goal at Triphackr is to show you how to Upgrade Your Adventure. The ultimate trip planning guide.

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The ultimate trip planning guide
Planning a trip can be challenging and expensive but it doesn't have to be. By using the best travel resources and following this Trip Planning Guide you can plan the ultimate vacation that fits your travel style.
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The best Malibu airbnb: my Airstream dream experience
Driving down the Pacific Coast Highway had always been a dream of mine. I've driven parts of it many times but never come close to covering the more than 650 miles of highway that make up Highway 1, better know as the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH).
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How to travel to Cuba as an American
Cuba has been off-limits to Americans since 1960 when a trade embargo was put in place. This essentially made Cuba completely off limits for Americans. Europeans and travelers from nearby countries have been freely traveling to Cuba for decades and finally it is much easier for Americans to visit this northern Caribbean island. Recently things have changed and now it is even easier for Americans to travel to Cuba. Here is what you need to know about traveling to Cuba as an American.
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Exploring Quarry Bay, Hong Kong: the Montane Mansion
Hong Kong has incredible architecture due to the blend of old and new buildings and cultures. Contemporary architecture is common and can be seen throughout the city. Modern architecture often clears out the older ones as they build up to make use of the limited land in Hong Kong. This is why Hong Kong has more skyscrapers over 150 meters than any other city in the world.
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