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When it comes to guys weekend getaways, many men are often concerned about the cost. After all, who wants to blow their entire budget on a short trip? Fortunately, there are plenty of ways to make your getaway more affordable without sacrificing any of the fun. In this blog post, we will discuss 10 tips for spending less and saving up for the larger expenses. So whether you're looking to save up for a bigger trip later on or just want to keep your costs down, these tips will help!

Loreto Mexico and in fact the entire Baja peninsula has been a destination for adventure-seeking men for more than a century. Whether it's fishing, hunting, surfing, or simply evading the liquor laws during prohibition, Baja has been known as the place to go and have some fun. However, what I love about Loreto is that it's quiet, safe and offers an opportunity to experience the unspoiled beauty of Baja. 

Week-long vacations are extremely popular, but they are not the only option. Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit and created chaos for the travel industry, there has been a surge in a new trend: daycations.

When it comes to bed and breakfast properties, each one is a bit unique but all of the offer an extremely personal experience that is almost akin to the proprietor welcoming you into their home. That was precisely the experience we had a few weeks ago staying at Shari's Bed & Berries in El Dorado County, CA.

One thing that I love about traveling is experiencing new and unique cultures. While this can include traveling to a foreign country or visiting a region like Southern Louisiana's Cajun Country, it also means visiting places where indigenous cultures still thrive in the United States. These people, including their art, food, stories, and traditions are more than just living history. They are continuing to shape the American narrative by maintaining traditions that in many other places around the country are long since gone.