Weekly Roundup

The Tourism Offices Worldwide Directory “is your guide to official tourist information sources: government tourism offices, convention and visitors bureaus, chambers of commerce, and similar organizations that provide free, accurate, and unbiased travel information to the public.”

If you have hard-to-ship items to move such as cars, motorcycles, horses, heavy equipment, households or boats consider trying uShip. Transporters place competing bids, which brings down delivery costs to make shipping more affordable.

Vacation Rentals by Owner “provides an online space for homeowners to advertise their vacation properties and make it easy for travelers to search 130,000+ rentals in over 100 countries worldwide.” 

Post of the Week – A personal finance post I found to be exceptional.
I’m always a sucker for a post about how to find extra money.

Bundle is a new personal finance social media site that lets people see how others spend and save their money. They have a trove of data that allows people to investigate spending trends based on demographic factors like age, marital status, income and location.

You can use Viator to book popular tours and travel experiences at the best value. They hand-select every local travel provider and screen each experience for quality, value and service. Worth a look.

Weekly Reminder – A reminder of a useful article you might have missed.
This is a timely post highlighting six great gardening websites.

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