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It's only been a couple of years since I've allowed myself to really develop a taste for scotches and whiskeys (and whiskys), but I've tried my damnedest to make up for lost time since. Early on during my period playing catchup, I was introduced to L...
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A Solo Traveler's Hierarchy of Needs
Have you ever given thought to how your needs change depending on the setting you're in? Do you have the same needs when you're at home and when you travel,
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One year in 40 seconds
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Europe's Top 25 Castles - The Best Castles in Europe
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New evidence compiled by entomologists and the military shows both a fungus and virus may be to blame for bee kills.
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Fossilized remains of squid were so well-preserved that scientists were able to draw a picture of it -- using its own ink.
Day Trip Bliss - Around Mexico City
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The Work In Progress Traveler At La Sagrada Familia
As I eagerly climb the metro stairs up to bright Barcelona daylight, I expect to walk up to one of the city's most pictured attractions, La Sagrada Familia. However, a Disney line met me, snaking ar
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Top 15 Attractions & Things To Do In Scotland
While the major cities overflow with glorious architecture, whisky tasting shows and frenetic art festivals, the Highlands invoke the legend of King Arthur, pierce with the sound of bagpipes, enchant with the romanticism woven into the tartan pattern...
Old Red Goes Green: Recycled Wall Brick Built to Save Water...
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A list of the top100 travel websites and blogs.
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The Art of Non-Conformity » 28 Things I Wish I Knew Before...
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State of the Savage: September 2010
Top Things to Do in Japan
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8 Tools to Help You Travel Forever and Live Rent Free
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A desire to explore the world is hard to ignore, and for many travelers, as soon as that desire became too strong to be ignored, they simply packed up their
Yosemite, California: Photos & Trip Report
Half Dome from Olmsted Point.
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El Bicentenario with Felipe Calderón - Zócalo, Mexico...
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Bicentennial Fireworks Over the Zócalo - Mexico City, Mexico...
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How I Travel: Anthony Bourdain
Any traveler who lives to eat or foodie who loves to travel knows Anthony Bourdain - an opinionated former-chef with a penchant for pork who delivers delicious doses of snark in every episode of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. This week, he gave H...
See how you can pack all your clothes in a carry on!
Amazing! See how this guy is able to pack all of these clothes into a small carry on bag.
Long Gone but Close to the Bone
...at the time, six weeks was an unfathomably long vacation. As the trip wore on I could almost feel the worries and fears and mundane things taking up mental space flaking off like old dried paint...
10 Weirdest Foods in the World - AOL Travel News
One of the greatest joys of traveling is sampling the local delicacies. But what if that delicacy isn't so...delicate? From insects to intestines, these 10 dishes are perfect for channeling your inner Andrew Zimmern. They do take a strong stomach, th...
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8 Safety Tips for Female Travelers
Being a solo female traveler (Note: This is a guest post by Brooke Schoenman. I'm still very much a nomadic male!) can bring a level of concern that wouldn't occur otherwise. Friends may worry, family members may worry, even you may worry about your ...
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Bloody Good Travel Writing from August 2010
While August found me reading more work material than travel blogs, I did still stumble on several articles that struck a chord in me. Each shares a common thread with my mission or the style of wr...
Fear of a Small Planet
Do you remember a time when it felt like you could be anything and do anything? The world outside your doors was shot through with possibilities. The adventures you could have were as limitless as ...
Searching for Paradise in Montana
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How ground-penetrating radar helps in the search for ancient...
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