What I Hope I Don’t Sound Like When I Talk About Travel

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In all honesty we are not independently wealthy. We went to USAFA so we never had college debt. We don’t own a car less than 10 years old; our refrigerator has been dying a slow death for the past two years (I keep hoping it’ll finally give out completely so we can get a new one). Even though we try to be frugal and get good deals, the cost of travel still adds up.

So I really hope this isn’t what I sound like when I talk about traveling to other people.

But if any of my friends or family really like Turkish Delight I have no problem bringing some back for you if you want. 🙂


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Tiff's first big vacation was a Caribbean cruise when she was six. She first started getting interested in deals when her husband showed her the tricks to getting bought off your flights back in the late 90s. She started flying nonrev when they got married; the first unusual nonrev she did was in '05 when her family flew through San Juan to get to Dallas from Philly. They have two boys, ages 11 and 7, who she usually drags along on their travels and hopes they will grow up to love traveling as much as she does.


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