Chloe Gilholy3 hours ago
Britannia Has Set Sail
Almost two hours ago, the Britannia ship departed from Southampton to take 3000 passengers around the delights and beauty of Norway. I am one of those people. I’m sitting on the deck chair on my balco...
Miakoda Natane 5 hours ago
Broken Bridges
As I plummeted toward shark infested water, made murky from human feces and trash, all I could muster was a cringe, brought on by the embarrassing destruction above. Prior to this disastrous excursion...
Linda K Silsby9 hours ago
Top 5 Beaches You Have to Experience While in Oahu
Oahu is known for a variety of things such as its food, culture, and most importantly the beaches. Especially being born and raised in Oahu, going to the beach was absolutely one of the best and fun t...
Best West Coast Vacations
West coast vacations may be peaceful or exciting, spent pampered like a princess in the center of a metropolis or living as one with nature. They can be a weekend or a month long, though you may not b...
Rachel Coston2 days ago
The Road Less Traveled
We all hear the same bullet points at college orientation about activities to do and clubs to join. Sometimes study abroad gets mushed in there between drama club and inter-mural soccer, but no one ev...
Jahnavi sarin2 days ago
Some of the Best Resorts Around the World
Who does not like to spend their vacation at a beautiful beach resort in Hawaii or an animal lodge in South Africa? Here are some of the most amazing resorts from all around the world.
Linda K Silsby9 hours ago
Top 5 Beaches You Have to Experience While in Oahu
Oahu is known for a variety of things such as its food, culture, and most importantly the beaches. Especially being born and raised in Oahu, going to the beach was absolutely one of the best and fun t...
Rasma Raisters10 days ago
Pride of the City
When speaking about Riga, the capital of Latvia, there are things and places within the city which stand above the rest. One of them and unique only to Riga is the city’s silhouette. It is dominated b...
Ben Kharakh19 days ago
Wildflowers That You Shouldn't Eat
Just because a plant is beautiful doesn't mean you should put it in your mouth. You might think that's obvious but the worst life hacks you should never try include eating whole containers of nutmeg, ...
Liza Zimmermana month ago
The Best Places to Visit in Idaho
While there may be abundant great skiing in Ketchum and the Sun Valley, where Hemingway is buried, the state is also home to cross-country, Nordic skiing, shoe-shoeing trails, and an up-and-coming food and wine scene. While my primarily goal during a week in copious snow and ice in Idaho this past February was to taste as many of the local wines as possible, I also got to explore a bit of the rest of the state. Ketchum is studded with mega-mansions surrounding the mountains heading out to Sun Va...
Ashly Helfricha month ago
7 Apps I Never Travel Without
One of the biggest things on my checklist every morning before I leave on my latest European adventure is a charged phone. Even though it sounds very stereotypical of a Millennial traveler, having a p...
Niagara Falls Pitfalls
Niagara Falls is one of the United States' most beautiful landmarks. Everyone loves a waterfall, but at 167 feet tall and with an average flow of 85,000 cubic feet per second, Niagara Falls is three o...
Lizzie Moore5 days ago
Traveling Simplistically
I have found no greater joy in life than taking time off from school, work, and my everyday hustle and bustle to drop everything, but a suitcase of clothes and the travel bug, and explore. Simplicity ...
Amazing Boutique Holidays For 2018
Boutique Homes are basically Airbnb for those who are willing to pay a higher price point for amazing locations hosting the best of architecture, interior design and sights. So when you are planning y...
Organise Your Perfect Holiday
Practical and detailed planning and organisation can seem tedious; it can be tempting to take the chance and just ‘go with the flow.’ However, planning and having structured organisation will make you...
Carol Wilson5 days ago
Which Are the Deadliest Forests in the World?
A few decades ago, 30% of the land area across the globe was covered by forests. While this percentage may have dropped because of rapid urbanization and industrialization, forests still are a major p...
13 Horrifying Incidents That Happened at Disney Parks
Disney parks have long been the epitome of childhood dreams. Wondrous rides and attractions, photo-ops with beloved characters, and a plethora of parades and shows make Disney a place where innocence ...
EmmaLeigh Rivera2 months ago
Best Ferris Wheels Around the World
Confession time: I'm a girl that loves a ferris wheel and have found that the best are those that overlook a beautiful cityscape. With famous wheels in cities like London, Santa Monica, and Seattle, h...
Best West Coast Vacations
West coast vacations may be peaceful or exciting, spent pampered like a princess in the center of a metropolis or living as one with nature. They can be a weekend or a month long, though you may not b...
Lizzie Moore4 days ago
Not Having an Agenda Is OK
I have spent the first and only 20 years of my life in Texas. Sure, it's a wonderfully big state with lots to do, but I never saw its true beauty like I did when I went to the state of Colorado. I did...
Rene Noel10 days ago
The Boring City
You'd think I loved St. Louis Missouri if you listened to me talk about how much I hate it. Or you'd probably think I was from this exotic and intriguing area, like Hawaii, or something. No, so techni...
Sam Savello3 days ago
London's Underground
I recently read Dennis Green’s article in Business Insider, which compared London’s Underground to New York’s MTA, and the entire time I was screaming: “Yesssss!” I visited London a few months ago in ...
Anezka Smidlova7 days ago
10 Awesome Things to Do in Edinburgh for Free
Before I went to Edinburgh for the first time, I didn't know what to expect, but being there, I was truly amazed by this grand city. I tried to see as much of it as possible during my two-day visit an...
Megan Fernandez10 days ago
How I Planned a Trip to San Francisco on a Budget
My boyfriend and I are both pretty adventurous people which means we have the shared desire to travel! I am a California girl, but my boyfriend was born and raised in Texas. He has been in Cali for a ...
Smriti Prasad4 days ago
Finding Nessie
Nessie, what a beautiful name! I had never heard about it before until my recent trip to the highlands of Scotland, a place known as Loch Ness, situated a few miles away from the small town of Inverne...
John Hatanaka11 days ago
Snowball
It's three PM on a Friday and I find myself at Clark's Market in the Aspen Downtown core. I've got a guitar in the back of my Honda CRV and I'm passing time. This is the second time that I've been inv...
Jordan Long20 days ago
Skiing Tenney
The old chairlift was empty as far as the eye could see. Though the weekend temps were comfortably into the 50s under blue skies, no skiers appeared on the slopes below us. We were skiing on a ghost m...
Chloe Gilholy3 hours ago
Britannia Has Set Sail
Almost two hours ago, the Britannia ship departed from Southampton to take 3000 passengers around the delights and beauty of Norway. I am one of those people. I’m sitting on the deck chair on my balco...
Rasma Raisters7 days ago
The Old Town Riga Latvia
The Old Town in Riga, the capital of Latvia, is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Its narrow streets are full of history and architectural wonder. Town Hall Square has had the most changes throughout hist...
Rasma Raisters10 days ago
Pride of the City
When speaking about Riga, the capital of Latvia, there are things and places within the city which stand above the rest. One of them and unique only to Riga is the city’s silhouette. It is dominated b...
Solo Cruising for the Budget Traveler
Going on an international cruise was something I always wanted to do, but it was difficult trying to get friends and family to go due to work schedules, personal lives, not having passports, or lack o...
Shelby Coleman11 days ago
Figuring out Europe
The first few weeks of traveling were all so eye-opening. Where do I go? How do I get there? Should I learn some words of their language? What is the currency like? Where do I book my accommodation? A...
New York City: The Big Apple for a Small Bite
New York is the dream destination for many people, but often is perceived as out of their price range and unfeasible. With bright lights, thousands of high end shops, beautiful parks, and the famous N...
Montse Miranda4 days ago
Small Experiences Teach Life Changing Lessons
Imagine for a second that you were raised in a country that claims itself as “Center of the world, heart of the universe.” You’d think that cultural understanding is common, wouldn’t you? Well, I was,...
G. G8 days ago
Travel Types
There are a number of different people you will build relationships with while travelling, and if you do as I did (a small group tour for eight weeks) you will form those bonds before you even realise...
Gather Round, Gather Round—The Killing Fields, Folks!
On the Road, Cambodia, 2015. The sign reads: "THE CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE STORAGE ROOM. HERE, WAS THE PLACE WHERE CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES SUCH AS D.D.T, etc., WAS KEPT.
Martyn Snow17 days ago
The Autobiography of a Nobody Pt. 3
Neither Jane nor I had ever stayed in a four-star hotel before. Our standards for accommodation have always been lower than most. We see a place to stay as just that. As long as it has a clean bed, th...
Chloe Gilholy20 days ago
My Experience in Japan
Ever since I was little, I always felt that Japan was my home. It was strange, I was born and bred in jolly old England. I always felt as if I was from another country. I liked my tea without milk and...
Julita Pa month ago
Five Peaks of Mount Hua, China—World's Deadliest Hike
After visiting Xi'an and seeing the always desired by me—Terracotta Army, I still had a couple of days before heading forward on my journey through China. Checking on "what to do around Xi'an," I disc...
Leanna Davis24 days ago
How To Wash Your Clothes While Camping
The most fun part of camping is getting down and dirty. So, instead of piling your muddy and messy clothes in the corner of your tent, only to stink up your campsite, put some soap and water to good u...
How to Buy Travel Insurance
Living in the carefree days of my twenties, the thought of travel insurance never crossed my mind. When I was young I never truly thought about the incidentals, my laser-like focus was on the end goal...
Lancelot Tucker3 months ago
How to Travel Frugal on a Tight Budget
Traveling can be fun and exciting at times but often costly as well. The average traveler usually has to take many things into consideration before starting the journey from home such as airfare, acco...
Shae-Lynn Thyreta month ago
5 Things to Know When Preparing to Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro
Just after Christmas in 2016, I set out on the adventure of a lifetime —climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. The trip and climb was a huge success, but there were still some things I wish I'd done to be better p...
Ada Zubaa month ago
Top Places to Travel
Hello! Are you thinking about traveling but not so sure where to go? Well, do not worry. Here is a list of places you must visit before you die. This list was very hard to compile because there are so...
Joe Dorish2 months ago
Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for New York
New York is one of the most populated and most visited cities in the world. For all the people living in New York and all the tourists thinking of visiting the city, here is a list of the hottest temp...
Steve Covin3 days ago
California Slang Everyone Should Know
California, a.k.a. the Golden State, is known for a lot of cool things like its beaches, its weather, theme parks, landmarks, food, etc. But what about the slang? Believe it or not, California has a l...
KM Stories20 days ago
Multinational Christmas
I celebrate three Christmases. Christmas is dedicated every other year to the US, where I was born. It is almost as if entering a winter wonderland at Christmas time, as neighborhoods are illuminated ...
A Third Culture
A third culture individual is someone who was raised outside or spent a considerable amount of their formative years in a culture different from their parents; in other words, me. Being born in Bangla...
Richard Douglas3 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 Spivey6 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 Johnson8 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...
Jamile Bittar6 days ago
How an Exchange Program Changed My Life
It started as an escape. Something new for me to do to forget about a massive heartbreak that I thought I couldn’t forget about. It started as a blank page. A fresh start. Something that was just mine...
Rowan Marley2 months ago
Most Dangerous Places for Female Travelers
Traveling as a woman isn't always easy. In fact, women are much more likely to end up getting hurt while traveling abroad than men are—and that's a statistical fact. That being said, traveling as a si...
Alina Gallupe2 months ago
6 Travel Tips for Women Visiting India
India is a vast and beautiful subcontinent. This magical country is home to over 200 national languages, all major world religions, and a variety of subcultures. India cannot be pinned down to one cul...