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Photo courtesy of Zach Dischner.
by in Editor's Journal, Travel Quotes

Are You Trying To Ditch Me?: True Tales Of Terrible Travel Partners

“I have found out there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them” – Mark Twain I’ve traveled with some true crazies during my time on the road. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve also spent time with people I […]

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Bus-Free Through India: An Eight-Part Travel Series
by in Adventure, Asia, Bus-Free Through India, Editor's Journal, Hiking

Bus-Free Through India: An Eight-Part Travel Series

I hate bus tours. I don’t know if it’s because I fall asleep like a newborn baby when I’m in a moving vehicle, or because my urge to use all my senses when traveling becomes muted behind the smudged plexiglass, but I always feel like I’ve just watched a film […]

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There's a great big world out there. Photo courtesy of katerha.
by in Budget, Travel Tips/Advice

Smarter Travel: How To Plan And Save For An Epic Adventure

As someone who has taken many long-term trips, I’m often asked how I go about planning and saving for such an adventure. While I’m the type of traveler who typically enjoys planning a trip without planning, there are some facets of the trip that should always be planned out. Decide […]

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Should You Ditch Your Travel Partner?
by in Solo Travel, Travel Tips/Advice

Should You Ditch Your Travel Partner?

While you may feel bad, sometimes ditching your travel partner is necessary, for example: 1. When They’re Too Needy Does your travel partner need to spend every waking moment with you? Do they freak out if you want some alone time? Do they hover over your shoulder as you write […]

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Photo Of The Moment: At The Edge Of The Earth In Cape Byron, Australia
by in Oceania, Photo Of The Moment, Photography

Photo Of The Moment: At The Edge Of The Earth In Cape Byron, Australia

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olive oil
by in Art and Culture, Europe, Food and Drink

Learning The Art Of Cooking With Olive Oil In Tuscany

When thinking about the world’s top culinary destinations, one’s mind undoubtedly drifts to Tuscany. Rolling hills littered with olive trees, dairy farms handcrafting Pecorino cheeses and rows upon rows of Sangiovese grapes. During a stay at Castello di Gabbiano I was fortunate enough to enjoy an array of food- and […]

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The Adventure Of Apartment Hunting In New York City
by in Editor's Journal, Humor, New York, North America

The Adventure Of Apartment Hunting In New York City

“It doesn’t have windows or a closet, and sometimes people will need to walk through it to get to the backyard, but it’s a great deal.” I’d finally begun my search for the perfect New York City apartment. While I couldn’t afford to live in any of the neighborhoods I […]

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Luxury Hotels Starting At $100 Per Night During Hotel Week NYC
by in Accommodation, Budget, New York, North America

Luxury Hotels Starting At $100 Per Night During Hotel Week NYC

Visiting New York City can be tough on the wallet, but choose your travel time wisely and you can save a bundle. The third annual Hotel Week NYC™ runs January 3-12, 2014, with 30 hotels—some of which charge upwards of $500 a night–offering fixed rates of $100, $200 or $300 […]

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A Bloody Good Halloween Party In Amsterdam
by in Europe, Events

A Bloody Good Halloween Party In Amsterdam

Amsterdam is great fun to visit at any time of year, but at Halloween, it’s nothing short of a scream. Each year in late October a group called Amsterdam Spook organizes a hair-raising program of Halloween-themed events anyone can take part in. So, if you’ve ever wanted to skate through […]

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"One Being" exhibit by Deborah Glencross at Johanessburg's Origins Centre
by in Africa, Editor's Journal

Modern Joburg: Johannesburg 19 Years After Apartheid

Sitting at a hipster cafe in Maboneng, listening to jazz music, tables of whites, blacks, Asians and Indians all sitting together talking in friendly, animated fashion, it’s hard to believe Apartheid ended only 19 years ago in 1994. Johannesburg in 2013 is a completely different world from then, so much […]

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