Monday, February 2, 2009
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Even in the depths of February, life stays breezy in these affordable spots with near-empty beaches and quirky charms. Plot your warm-weather escape with help from photos in our slide show
FROM OUR BLOG: THIS JUST IN
We sure have. There are the things we've lost at the airport, things we've broken, and more mishaps. One reader even admits to forgetting to put shoes on her child before leaving for a trip. Commiserate with your own lesson learned the hard way.
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On her first trip to India, a North Carolina woman is looking for guidance on safe solo travel, how to haggle, and what to wear at the beach.
Round-trip airfare and six nights split between Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur, with stops at the Taj Mahal, spice markets, and the Amber Fort, from $1,499.
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CALLING ALL READERS
There's something about this dreary month that makes us desperate for a vacation. If you're taking a trip in February and need some help planning, write to us at letters@BudgetTravel.com
. If we choose you, you'll be featured in an upcoming Trip Coach section!
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This New Year's, two travel buddies traded champagne and partying for a detoxifying retreat. But would a week of no Starbucks—and no food
—leave them cleansed or just cranky?
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A roundup of reduced hotel rates and packages for Vancouver Island—Victoria, Ucluelet, and Tofino—and the Vancouver area that include hockey game tickets, a dining credit, and a simulated flight. Rates start at $102.
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