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For months, I looked for easy ways to get from Trieste to Ljubljana. I searched message boards, read heaps of blog posts until I just got sick of it and [...]
My name is Diana and I have a dirty little secret: I wear Crocs. Nay, I am obsessed with Crocs. They are my favorite shoes. On the planet. Sometimes, ...
I tentatively press my foot on the gas in the black Mazda. Oh so tentatively. “Oh my god,” I saw to Giselle and Cody, who somehow have agr ...
I’ve been to Israel three times now — twice in the span of one year. Other than getting asked if it is safe to travel there (yes, it is an ...
Confessions of a packer I am a horrible packer. Like, the worst ever. I claim I am good, nay, great, at packing, but that is because I can manage to [...]
Rabbis clad in the Orthodox suits stand upon chairs, clapping their hands with smiles on their faces as our makeshift congregation of travelers and expats clap along. “Day-day-enu, day-day-enu, [...]
Tourists behaving badly. It happens everywhere. I’m sure you’ve seen it: drunken bar fights with locals over a bill. Tagging an historic landmark. Taking smiling group photos in places which [...]
Making the decision to become an expat isn’t an easy one — there are many factors to consider when deciding to live away from your own country. I have met [...]
I’ve been living in as an expat in Chiang Mai for almost two years. It’s a great place to call home and I love living here. The lifestyle is fantastically [...]
Today is March 7 … exactly four years ago today I boarded a flight to London and embarked on a seven-month solo backpacking adventure through Europe and parts of Africa. [...]
Chiang Mai, the second largest city in Thailand, is a far cry from the hustle, bustle and general chaos that is Bangkok. I’ve found that there are two types of [...]
That man on the plane I boarded my flight from LAX to JFK and saw that I had an aisle seat on the last row. Soon after my plane neighbor [...]
The US territory of Puerto Rico is a fascinating place to visit: It’s got folklore, bio-luminescent plankton, great diving spots and a unique cuisine. But whatever initially lures you to [...]
Sinfully GoodMandarin Oriental
Elephant Nature Park: Comforting Those Who Can't ForgetThe Huffington Post
Why Elephant Riding Should Be Removed From Your Bucket ListWorld Nomads
In the Shadow of the Old West, an Unlikely Music VenueVegas Seven
Doing Good While Traveling: Opportunities to Volunteer AbroadCheapOair
How to Spend 24 Hours in Las Vegas Without Stepping Foot Inside a CasinoOneTravel
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