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10 Travel Moments That Make The Journey Worth It

There are many aspects of travel that make it worthwhile — meeting new people, having novel experiences, getting out of your comfort zone, relaxing. That being said, there are a few very special moments that truly make the trip worth the journey. Have you experienced any of the special travel […]

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Ouray: Colorado’s Quirkiest Town
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Ouray: Colorado’s Quirkiest Town

While Colorado has many unique and worthwhile cities, the one of the quirkiest is Ouray. If traveling through the state, a stop here is highly recommended. For those who make the journey, here are some interesting activities to enjoy during your stay. Wear John Wayne’s Hat At The Outlaw Walk […]

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Camel in Wadi Rum
by in Editor's Journal, Middle East, Travel Lists, Unusual Excursions

Unexpected Highlights From My Journey Through Jordan

Before visiting Jordan I had never traveled to the Middle East and had no idea what to expect from my trip. While I had a few thoughts of what the destination might be like the trip completely shattered many stereotypes of the Middle East I had in my mind. To […]

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10 Reasons To Date A Backpacker
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10 Reasons To Date A Backpacker

While there are all different kinds of travelers out there, backpackers are a particularly sexy bunch. Are you currently on the market? Here are 10 reasons you should date a backpacker: They’re Easy Going Backpackers know how to roll with the punches and enjoy themselves in the process. They have […]

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by in Backpacking, Editor's Journal

Love On The Road: Is It A Fairytale?

“I just don’t feel the same about our relationship,” *Mark confided to me over the phone. “And, there’s someone else I want to pursue.” I closed my eyes tight and shook my head, hoping it would go away like a bad dream. “But less than two weeks ago you told […]

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Things To Do In Majorca Besides Partying
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Things To Do In Majorca Besides Partying

At first glance, the Spanish island of Majorca certainly looks like the ultimate party destination. Each year thousands of young people and students flock to the island in search of good music, good friends and good times. So popular is the destination amongst party-goers that it is easy to forget […]

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Offbeat Guide: Where To Go On Your Next Vacation
by in Adventure, Africa, Art and Culture, Asia, Budget, Ecotourism, Europe, Food and Drink, Hiking, Nightlife, Oceania, South America, Uncategorized

Offbeat Guide: Where To Go On Your Next Vacation

Trying to decide where to go on your next vacation? Well, that will depend on what you want to do. Looking for extreme adventure? An eco-friendly island? Somewhere to get away from the world? Read on for information on some of the world’s best destinations depending on your mood. If […]

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Gear Review: Vasque Scree Low Waterproof Hiking Shoes For Women
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Gear Review: Vasque Scree Low Waterproof Hiking Shoes For Women

When backpacking, one major concern is bringing all the essential gear while also keeping your pack light. On my last long-term trip through South America, I knew I would be doing a lot of hiking, and wanted a good pair of trekking shoes without having to carry extra weight. That’s […]

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How To Prepare For An Extreme Adventure
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How To Prepare For An Extreme Adventure

You know the feeling. You want to go out and play but you have that nagging feeling of nervousness. What if you’re bungee jumping and the line breaks? Skydiving and your parachute doesn’t open? White water rafting and you get sucked under a rapid? While the first time you do something is […]

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Conquering My Fear Of Heights At Portland Creek Canyon, Colorado
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Conquering My Fear Of Heights At Portland Creek Canyon, Colorado

“Nine out of 10 of the people who canyon here make it safely to the bottom,” assures Bill, our guide from San Juan Mountain Guides. I gulp, peeking over the 50-foot, precarious ledge. My foot accidentally kicks a small rock, sending it crashing incessantly against the side of the mountain. […]

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