Elaine T7 hours ago
Visiting Amsterdam
When I went to Amsterdam for the first time, I went in March and the weather was decent enough in a warm coat to walk. I walked everywhere for a couple of reasons. It was my first time traveling alone...
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Brian 9 hours ago
Traveling: The New Materialism?
This is a bit of a controversial topic that I wanted to write about for a while but never got around to it. I have had countless debates with my friends about it and never came to an agreement. Yes, b...
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j s10 hours ago
5 Career Travel Tips
Career Travel Tips by Unknown Travels is to help give advice for people traveling and what to do with their experiences into long term career goals! Head over to Unknown Travels for more great content...
Daniel Noble12 hours ago
What You Need to Know Before Attempting #Vanlife
We've all seen those Instagram posts, beautifully clean van, back door open looking over an azure sky and a golden beach. It is enough to make any of us want to swap our lives for the promise of a lif...
Savannah Giron14 hours ago
Visiting San Diego
A couple of weeks ago I spent the weekend in sunny San Diego celebrating my boyfriend's birthday. We've been together for two years so I really wanted to do something special. We're both pretty into t...
Kacey Nicosiaa day ago
Fish
I’ve always wanted to see the world and explore all it has to offer. The opportunity seems to become more and more accessible to me each waking moment. I’m only sixteen. In fact, I turned sixteen in I...
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Maria 9 days ago
10 Underrated Attractions in Toronto
Every major city in the world has that one well-recognized landmark: the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Empire State Building in New York, the Taj Mahal in Agra, and I'm sure you know the CN Tower in Toro...
Mark Janz21 days ago
6 Fun yet Unpopular Things to Do in Calgary This Summer
Summer time is my favourite time of the year. I’d take warm nights, long days, and short sleeves over Santa Claus and holiday cheer any day. (Santa if you’re reading this, I’m just trying to act cool ...
10 Reasons to Visit Australia
If you've never been to the land down under, you owe it to yourself to visit. Australia is home to a vast array of ecosystems and unique wildlife including koalas and wallabies. The food and wine cult...
Amanda Nowaka month ago
Wanna Travel to Iceland? Here's How to NOT Break the Bank
Iceland's tourism industry has been booming in recent years, and it's no surprise why. It's a magnificent country with breathtaking waterfalls, marvelous volcanos, and miles of vast farmland. The only...
Harri Smith2 months ago
Harry Potter Things to Do in Edinburgh
Edinburgh, the city where J.K. Rowling herself began writing the world famous seven books that rocked an entire generation, including myself. Walking around that city, seeing what she saw while she th...
Savannah McKinley2 months ago
Why We Travel
The Millennial Obsession
Travel Do's and Dont's
Walk a mile, or a thousand, in someone else's shoes. Travel Do's and Dont's from those who have been there, done that.
Guides
Wander smarter, and talk shop with those who've been down that road before.
Beginner Backpacker
The world is yours for the taking. Where will you backpack to next?
E.A. Forster5 days ago
Guided Group Tours
So you want to travel, vacation somewhere new or go sightseeing, but planning a vacation can be expensive and stressful. It seems like everything cool costs money and FOMO really sets in, there's so m...
Bri Colston6 days ago
Travel Advice
Traveling; it’s something we do everyday. Whether we’re just traveling to work, to school, or home, we all travel. However, some of us travel far and wide—sometimes to our nation’s capital for a schoo...
Maddie Green8 days ago
How to Travel the Right Way
From someone who's lived in three continents, and travelled in even more since they were too young to remember, here's how to make the most of your travelling.
Grace Lynch23 days ago
Universal Studios Orlando
Like my Disney World list, rides that I haven't ridden - such as the new Fast and Furious ride - will not be included in the list as it would be unfair to pass judgment on these rides. Also, rides tha...
SF Adahy23 days ago
Beginner Back-Packing Trails in the United States
Does the idea of traveling long-distance travel on foot excite you? Looking to travel around the country without breaking the bank? Back-packing is the perfect solution to both those questions. Below ...
Conor Huftona month ago
Baby Seagulliver's Travels
10th of July for some people was the day David Sedaris performed a book reading in Cardiff, but, for me, it was Tuesday.
SKYLERIZED 2 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: The Highest Points in the State of Delaware Listed from Not Quite to Just Right
Whether you inhabit the state or have just driven through it, you may find that Delaware is one of the flattest states in the Union. With only two significant points of interest regarding heights abov...
Los Angeles to Seattle
A few weeks ago I took a trip to Vancouver, WA to surprise my best friend for her graduation. That part was really fun. I then decided to stay a while longer visiting Seattle, which took three hours b...
Keegan Gray6 days ago
Standing Still
I am not a stationary person. I like moving around. I like running, climbing, hiking, swimming, exploring—nothing can get me to stand still. I thought that's the way life should be lived, although tha...
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j s10 hours ago
5 Career Travel Tips
Career Travel Tips by Unknown Travels is to help give advice for people traveling and what to do with their experiences into long term career goals! Head over to Unknown Travels for more great content...
Sara AlSaqaf3 days ago
Are You Vacationing in Rome?
Rome is a wonderful city—a standout amongst the most amazing urban communities on the planet, really. I regularly allude to it as the city-historical center since it feels as though you are strolling ...
Mitchell Webb16 days ago
The Balearics Best Kept Secret
When thinking of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza and Majorca are usually the first to spring to mind, Menorca coming in as a measly second thought. But this tiny, lesser known island is certainly worth co...
Hoofing It in the Green Mountains – Part One
Now I know what some of you may be thinking: where in the blazes IS Vermont? Isn’t that where Bernie Sanders is from? Can you ride a moose? First, you can find us snuggled in between New York State, t...
Jenna Deedy5 days ago
Tips for a New England Whale Watch
Cape Cod is regarded as one of the most popular places to go whale watching in New England as daily tours leave from Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod as well as Boston, Plymouth, Barnstable, and Gl...
SKYLERIZED 10 days ago
Why Are You Ranking: Delaware’s Best One-Level Malls from Strong Showing to First State, First Place
Virginia-based street poet and reformed drug dealer Terrence “Pusha T” Thornton (@PUSHA_T) once quipped to Delaware resident and Twitter social engineer @NerdattheCoolTable that the Delawarean comes “...
Elaine T7 hours ago
Visiting Amsterdam
When I went to Amsterdam for the first time, I went in March and the weather was decent enough in a warm coat to walk. I walked everywhere for a couple of reasons. It was my first time traveling alone...
How to Spend a Week in Just London and Never Be Bored
Over New Year's of 2018, I went with a friend to London, England for ten days. We stayed in Greenwich for two days and the rest of the time in Notting Hill. I had the most amazing time doing all kinds...
Amanda Stamper7 days ago
How To Travel Cheap In Europe
Traveling cheap through Europe has never been easier. With the plunging value of the euro, the increase of budget airlines, and the “sharing economy” (think Airbnb and Uber), it's now easier than ever...
Jack Fowler17 days ago
London-To-New York for as Cheap as Possible!
First, if I wanted to save as much money as possible I had to do some research. I searched sites such as Sky Scanner and Kayak to find some cheap deals then I used what I had learned from those sites ...
Marie Wilkinson20 days ago
48 Hours in Bristol
Four hours, three trains and a 5 AM wake up call later, my boyfriend and I ended up in Bristol city centre for a small city trip—the first time either of us had ever done any kind of adventuring like ...
Lady Sunday20 days ago
Little Rock City Park, New York
The 2018 Summer will be over in about two months. There is still plenty of fun to be had and some of it can come pretty cheap! Maybe you're still trying to enjoy this year’s record hot weather outdoor...
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Brian 9 hours ago
Traveling: The New Materialism?
This is a bit of a controversial topic that I wanted to write about for a while but never got around to it. I have had countless debates with my friends about it and never came to an agreement. Yes, b...
Katie F2 days ago
Why Travel Can Change Perspective
Looking back at my holiday, now, I realise I had a trip of a lifetime. It was a normal family holiday that became an adventure that I will treasure in my heart forever. Many of you will be accustomed ...
Kader Folles8 days ago
The Three Van-Dwellers
Having broken down again, we were feeling pretty worse for wear. We were pulled up at the side of a small country road, somewhere in the south of France. However that day, our bad luck seemed to be ba...
Victoria Lim23 days ago
Mini Guide to Vacationing in Phuket
If you need a reason to travel to and explore the glorious Phuket, well, there sure are many more than just one. The most infamous party island in Thailand has a lot to offer – starting with great wea...
2 Friends in Tokyo...
I remember always fast-walking through the tunnels of the Paris subway, plunging into a run, slowing down, then sprinting out and twirling to avoid unnecessary contacts as I ended up fast-walking agai...
Ancient Civilization Within a Modern World
First some advice prior to departing your hometown; If you happen to be a social media addict like myself make sure and download a VPN so that while in China you can access your social media. Also, I ...
Daniel Noble12 hours ago
What You Need to Know Before Attempting #Vanlife
We've all seen those Instagram posts, beautifully clean van, back door open looking over an azure sky and a golden beach. It is enough to make any of us want to swap our lives for the promise of a lif...
Faith O2 days ago
How Traveling to Barcelona Made Me Appreciate London
This started off as a journal entry that I'd made upon returning home to London, here were some of my sentiments at the time: "After so much talk about going to Barcelona I'm now back in London and al...
Kader Folles8 days ago
Making a Living on the Road
A question that gets thrown around a lot and one I'm sure hundreds of people are dying to know the answer to is 'How do you make a living while on the road'. Having a 'normal' job with a fixed premise...
Evelien DMa month ago
What to Pack for a Summer Trip to Iceland
If you've ever wondered what to pack for a summer trip to Iceland, you're not the only one! Before traveling to Iceland myself, I had to look up different blogposts about what to pack, and I still did...
Faith Summera month ago
Ultimate 2018 Travel Bucketlist
Each year there are more and more people traveling the world. People are becoming more aware of all the world has to see and offer. Travel blogs, vlogs, and Instagrams are popping up all over the plac...
Rachel 👑2 months ago
Amazing cities to visit, A-Z
There are a whopping 195 countries on Earth! Step back and let that sink in. Our planet is home to 195 separate countries each having their own language, geography, cultures, customs, and people. If y...
Kader Folles4 days ago
Madeira
Madeira is a popular holiday destination. The Portuguese island offers a mixture of luxury villas, holiday complexes, and wild wilderness. As we flew into the airport it seemed like a maze of holiday ...
Reid Moore14 days ago
How to Speak Brooklyn
In this article, world renowned linguist (and suspected serial killer) Don Aska Donatelli shares his expertise on how to correctly pronounce some of the most popular phrases tourists or visitors may w...
Patrick Boniface20 days ago
The Chinese Lucky Cat
What is the story behind the Chinese lucky cat that waves at you when you order your Chicken Noodle Soup? We’ve all seen it as we get our Chinese take away meal. You’re waiting for the meal and on the...
Richard Douglas7 months ago
Does Manchester's Gay Village Have a Future?
A friend pointed out to me this weekend that I love lists. And I do. I love a good list. So I'm going to start with one now and ask you a question at the same time ~ What does everything on this list ...
Jefferey Spivey10 months 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 Johnsona year 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...
Evgenia Evgenia5 days ago
Journal of Inspiration from One Russian Immigrant Girl in the UK
Exactly seven years ago, I ventured into the unknown, packed my things (strictly the essentials) and seized the most transformative chapter of my life that was about to unfold on foreign soil. Unsurpr...
Amanda Nowaka month ago
A Review of Loft Hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland
My friend and I spent seven nights in Iceland last month, and all of those seven nights were spent at Loft Hostel in Reykjavik. We initially picked this hostel because it had stellar reviews, and was ...
Girlfriends Getaway
The Dominican Republic is an island blessed with beauty style, humility, and a very resourceful population; a population that really knows how to make the most of what they have. I was fortunate enoug...