Simply The Best: September 2016

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I failed as a blogger in the month of September, only posting 25 times. I’m still trying to figure out how to work, blog, and travel at the same time. This laziness continues today as I am writing this post instead of beginning the Quest Around The Globe Trip Report or resuming the Tahiti Triumph Trip Report.

Here are the top posts for the month of September:

  1. Charles Schwab Debit Card: Use As Instructed 

    As a result of stupidity, I have been paying ATM fees all over Russia, a pleasant reminder of my inattention to detail.
    As a result of stupidity, I have been paying ATM fees all over Russia, a pleasant reminder of my inattention to detail.
  2. Leave Your Lover Behind? What If She’s Bad at Recon

    What would you do?
    What would you do?
  3. TPOL’s Guide to Maximizing Free Breakfast & Late Checkout

    It should come as no surprise that my ingenious solution to get the best of all worlds is to stay out all hours, come back for a great buffet, and wake up late into the afternoon.
    It should come as no surprise that my ingenious solution to get the best of all worlds is to stay out all hours, come back for a great buffet, and wake up late into the afternoon.
  4. Breaking News: TPOL’s Headed Back Home 

    Months were spent trying to secure a flight flying first on Etihad. Now, the time has finally come to take that flight. It’s bittersweet that I leave Amman, Jordan for Abu Dhabi.
    Months were spent trying to secure a flight flying first on Etihad. Now, the time has finally come to take that flight. It’s bittersweet that I leave Amman, Jordan for Abu Dhabi.
  5. Switching Hotels for Status: How Much Is Too Much?

    Exhausted, I question if this unnatural way to maintain status is worth it.
    Exhausted, I question if this unnatural way to maintain status is worth it.
  6. Amex Centurion MIA in Cachet

    Is it me or are the Amex Centurion Lounges losing its spunk?
    Is it me or are the Amex Centurion Lounges losing its spunk?
  7. Quest Around The Globe: Too Much Cash, Not Enough Points

    his adventure was very expensive and I didn’t travel very far. I visited 7 countries by flying 25,000 miles. I spent $2,822 for air, hotels, and one train ride while burning 400,000 points. The retail price for this trip is around $28,000 so I can’t complain too much about a 90% discount.
    This adventure was very expensive and I didn’t travel very far. I visited 7 countries by flying 25,000 miles. I spent $2,822 for air, hotels, and one train ride while burning 400,000 points. The retail price for this trip is around $28,000 so I can’t complain too much about a 90% discount.

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