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New Year's Travel Tradition

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The holidays are a time for making your travel wishes come true. We partnered with Buick for this post, part of a four-part series that celebrates the authentic traditions that define the spirited season.

The end of the year is a time to reflect on what we want to achieve for the upcoming year. Many of us make a long list of resolutions that we want to accomplish. But let's be real — those resolutions are sometimes very hard to keep. But having a positive attitude can make all your New Year's resolutions much more possible. That's why Latin Americans have a variety of New Year's traditions that help us collect as much good luck as we can to help meet our goals and feel fulfilled in a joyful year to come.

There's even a specific custom that's meant for those who want to collect more stamps in their passport. The inviting tradition calls for you to walk around the block with a suitcase at midnight, and it is believed to bring you more travel opportunities in the New Year. Here's how you can participate in this custom — because why not, right?

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