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October 21, 2021

Caprica Alston is a seasoned traveler. She has been to 40 countries, and says she has a ton of great hacks for traveling on a budget. “Traveling is pretty much the everything,” Alston says. “I think We wake up in the morning and look for travel deals.”

But in August of 2021, Capricia and her boyfriend of two years, Kim, decided to splurge on a dream vacation in French Polynesia. Unfortunately, covid-19 restrictions presented challenges for the couple, but they still found ways to get the most out of their three-island trip.

This is booked, a profile series about travel and budgeting.

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