Hannah Schubert7 hours ago
Road Trip Through North America
You always wanted to travel through the United States and explore America? My best friend Paul and I both come from Austria and we are traveling through California right now. Three months ago we came ...
Morgan Smith10 hours ago
Hola!
Let’s be honest. When most people say they “went to Mexico,” all they really have done is book a cheap week at an “all-inclusive,” totally modern resort, and collapsed on a beach, drinking margaritas....
Megan Wilsona day ago
What's So Great About Traveling Solo? Everything!
“Who are you going with?” This is the most common question I am asked every time I mention a new trip I am going on. And I get it. Most of the time we travel with our families, our partners, and our f...
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Zey Ayda day ago
A Nourishing Dosage of Native Culture
I landed in this magical city in Turkey. Distinct chatter amongst locals, nothing I seem to understand. First stop? Of course, the gorgeous Bosporus bridge that has everyone talking. It's the only bri...
Why You Should Visit Odense If You Are a Fan of Harry Potter
Odense is the third-largest city in Denmark. It has a population of 175,245 as of January 2016, and is the main city of the island of Funen. Odense has close associations with Hans Christian Andersen ...
Tiago Souza2 days ago
Camping > Hotels
One of the few things that keeps us going when we don't like our jobs: vacation. It seems to be implemented in most of our DNAs, the urge to travel and explore. Now, I say most because there are those...
Laura Miller4 days ago
I Want Adventure In That Great Wide Somewhere
“What? That’s so cool. But…why?” Every time someone has asked me “why?” over the last two months, I’ve had some really great answers. Answers that were honest, but also very specificto the needs of ea...
Mickey Smith12 days ago
3 Things I Wish I Did When I Traveled to China
When I was 15 years old, I had the opportunity of a lifetime to travel to China. I had taken Mandarin Chinese as my foreign language of choice in middle and high school, and my school offered the trip...
How to Plan a Babymoon Vacation
So you're having a baby. First of all, let me say this: girl, I respect your journey. You are so brave. What with the crazy swelling, delicious stuff unexpectedly making you want to vom, and the whole...
Andrew Wilsona month ago
The Faroe Islands
I want to write about my holiday in The Faroe Islands, which took place in June, 1995. I have ancestors who lived for centuries in the Orkney Islands, north of the Scottish mainland, and have for many...
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Mohammed Khana month ago
5 Ways to Get Through a Long Haul Flight
It will not be wrong to claim that only a few people enjoy long-haul international flights, if any. Being confined to an airborne, metal carrier for hours on end can take a toll on even the most patie...
Rachel Costona month ago
Fall in Love with London
London has always been a huge tourist destination in Western Europe. It is a city that has been featured hundreds of times in both film and TV. London is a place that anybody can visualize and tell yo...
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Hannah Schubert7 hours ago
Road Trip Through North America
You always wanted to travel through the United States and explore America? My best friend Paul and I both come from Austria and we are traveling through California right now. Three months ago we came ...
Morgan Smith10 hours ago
Hola!
Let’s be honest. When most people say they “went to Mexico,” all they really have done is book a cheap week at an “all-inclusive,” totally modern resort, and collapsed on a beach, drinking margaritas....
Lilli Adams3 days ago
Traveling with Children
You should always plan ahead whenever you are traveling with children. Make sure that you plan on being at the airport at least an hour before your flight leaves. Truthfully being there an hour and th...
Alice Sullivana month ago
Top 10 Reasons to Visit Korea
South Korea is my favourite country out of all the places I have been travelling so far. Korean culture is so different to anything I had experienced and give me such unique experiences. This is the c...
Courtney DuMondea month ago
The Ultimate Study Abroad Packing List
Empty suitcases staring at you the night before departure? Don’t panic—here’s everything you could ever need (and not need) to pack! So you decided to study abroad. For the summer, for a semester, for...
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Faith Michael2 months ago
5 Must See Places in Idaho
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Sean Callaghan5 days ago
Disney California Adventure
Disney's California Adventure might not be the worst entertainment idea ever to come out of the Golden State—after all, someone thought it was a good idea to make a feature film about emojis, but it v...
Albany
It seems strange to most natives of the greater New York State that tourists only seem to flock to New York City when so much else is still on offer. A fine example is the state capital, Albany. With ...
Lester, WA
October 2016 was an odd month for me. I got married on the 14th, and was promptly wisked away on a Washington road trip of abandonded cities and their ruins. As my husband and I had noticed, most of t...
Garrett McCann11 days ago
Tips for Visiting Myrtle Beach
Millions of travelers visit the sunny shores of Myrtle Beach every summer. Since the 1950s when Myrtle Beach was a sleepy resort town, the Grand Strand has grown into the tourism magnet it is today. Visitors come from all over the southeast, the country, and even the world to enjoy their vacation in one of our hundreds of hotels and entertain their family at one of our countless attractions. With so much to do and see it is easy to get overwhelmed and feel like you’re not getting the most out of...
Hannah Paish14 days ago
Preparing for Travel
On the run up to my trip to Ghana, I starting preparing properly just after the New Year (to leave mid-February) and, to be honest, it would be easier for me to write a post about what NOT to do. So t...
4 Most Typical Travel Mishaps and How to Prevent Them
When we’re planning a trip, we’re primarily thinking about the great time we’re hoping to have and that should be the case. Still, we also need to be prepared for some unexpected problems that might e...
Yannick Taylor15 days ago
Date Night in the Carolinas
There is nothing like a memorable date. One thing that makes date night even more special is where you have that magical date night. Location is very important in making your date night magical. Reedy...
Liza Zimmerman19 days ago
Tourism in Carmel, CA
I adore Carmel because it is so walkable. You can park the car and part ways with it for much of the weekend. It is in some ways the jewel of Monterey County. The downtown is full of tasting rooms, it...
Teresa Hull21 days ago
You Can Surf in the Great Lakes?
A powerful crescendo grew until the momentum became too much to contain and it ruptured with a thunderous crash. As I stood on the shore, I listened to wave after wave break in the vast body of water ...
Why You Should Visit Odense If You Are a Fan of Harry Potter
Odense is the third-largest city in Denmark. It has a population of 175,245 as of January 2016, and is the main city of the island of Funen. Odense has close associations with Hans Christian Andersen ...
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Because of their extreme shyness, Norwegians might seem like some of the most confusing people you’ve ever met. Visiting Norway for the first time, you may feel like you’ve landed on a different plane...
Lindsay Clay5 days ago
The Beauty of Budapest
Traveling the world and seeing different cultures is always an amazing experience. In Eastern Europe there are a great many wonderful countries to visit and sites to see. One of the most amazing count...
Chelsey Lynn19 days ago
Driving Cross Country for Dummies
Driving across the country seems scary, seems like a massive, and impossible trip. However when I was 19 years old, I took on this so called crazy drive, in the middle of winter, in a punch buggy, wit...
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What Crisis Can Teach Us
The scenario played itself over and over in my mind. Checking my bank account, realizing it was at zero, struggling to breathe through the ensuing panic. My dramatic brain ran off with more dramatic s...
Emma Wintera month ago
Crisps, Chips, or Fries?
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Crissy DXCII18 days ago
The Blind Side
As the plane was landing I looked out the window to a beautiful view of the land besides water. It was like taking a perfect picture from plan of the JFK international airport. It was like nothing I h...
Monique Caposio3 months ago
Oneness Speaks, Once Travel is Seeked
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Tomás Brandão3 months ago
Pseudo Nomadism
Like most of us, namely my Millennial peers, I'm a pretty nostalgic guy, I know more cartoon theme songs by heart than formulas and concepts that I need for my studies. On top of this, erhmm, personal...
Ramona 7 days ago
Seoul 2017
As per tradition, my family took our great big summer trip back in August. We did not take a direct flight to Seoul from San Francisco. We went from San Francisco to Manila, and then we went to Seoul ...
Jane Akester11 days ago
Wanderlust & Windchimes
I've always had the travel bug, ever since I backpacked around the world for a year with my bestfriend, at the tender age of 21. Traveling through Canada, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, and ...
Heidi Jacobs16 days ago
Everest Base Camp
It's spring break of 2013, and I'm sitting on a rickety old fifteen passenger Twin Otter airplane with my dad and brother. It reeks of must, sweat, and slightly of mothballs. There's an ear-piercingly...
How to Plan a Babymoon Vacation
So you're having a baby. First of all, let me say this: girl, I respect your journey. You are so brave. What with the crazy swelling, delicious stuff unexpectedly making you want to vom, and the whole...
Liv Funnella month ago
Working Holiday Visa Guide
So you want to see the world but don’t have a small fortune at your disposal. Maybe you’ve just graduated from high school or university and have realised that you’d like to get some real-world, off t...
Benjamin Weinberg3 months ago
How to Stay Healthy on an Overnight Camping Trip
An overnight camping trip isn’t the easiest thing to pull off. This is especially the case when you’re in with your children and you’re wondering what it will take for things to go smoothly. Luckily, ...
Rowan Marley8 days ago
Worst Traveling Disasters of the 2000s
Travel has a tendency of being viewed as one of the most glamorous and adventurous things you can do. Truthfully, there's always a little bit of cool and overall epic adventure that you can expect—eve...
Anna Henson2 months ago
10 Things To See On Kaua'i
I started visiting the island of Kauai back in 2011. I fell deeply in love with it immediately and decided to return as soon as I could possibly manage. Before I knew it, I was visiting 2–4 times a ye...
Raven 2 months ago
Top 10: Most Beautiful Places
Do you want to spend your weekend somewhere with your friends and family but you don't know where to go? Don't worry, I'm here to help you out— all you have to do is sit back, relax and finish this un...
Saajid Islam13 days ago
My Visit to Bangladesh
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Ryan Frawley14 days ago
The Warsaw Dichotomy
Is the pianist good? I wouldn’t know. Every driver seems skilled to someone who’s never been behind the wheel. I love music, but there’s not one atom of musical talent in my body. I can only look with...
Kadikoy During Ramadan
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Jefferey Spiveya month ago
Most LGBTQ Unfriendly Locations in the World
Despite signs of progress on the home front, there are still several LGBTQ unfriendly locations both in the US and around the world. Traveling has its fair share of headaches for everyone, but for LGB...
Gareth Johnson3 months ago
The Gay Beaches of Sitges
With London's summer feeling like a bit of an anti-climax, my boyfriend Liviu and I decided to escape to Sitges for a couple of days of Spanish sun. It was an easy flight into Barcelona, where we pick...
Gareth Johnson5 months ago
Five Hot Destinations for Gay Travellers
Wherever you are in the world, it's never too early to start planning your next holiday, your next expedition, your next adventure. Of course, gay guys are a pretty diverse bunch of travellers, but as...
Jan Contrerasa month ago
The Power of Faith
I am remembering back to the time this photo was taken in November 2016. I had spent the past few weeks like a rolling stone, backpacking by myself through Oregon where I found a job working on a lega...
Eslieann Lefler3 months ago
Two Wandering Souls
Little did we know, there, right in front of us, was change. For months I had been planning the trip of a lifetime. I had made spreadsheets and mapped out countless routes. Organizing each stop to cre...
Kate Adams3 months ago
California Dreaming
The first time I had gone on vacation to California was when I was 16 years old. My parents finally gave in due to my bugging the crap out of them to take me to Disneyland for my "Sweet 16" Birthday. ...