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9 Unique & Unusual Travel Destinations
9 Unique & Unusual Travel Destinations
A remarkable day trip in Morocco whitewater tubing in the Ourika Valley.
You don't have to be rich or free from responsibility to live a life full of travel. You can have a "normal" life and travel, too!
While I was in Mexico last week, I had the chance to visit Tulum. Tulum is an ancient Mayan city located right on the beach. In fact, a popular thing to do here after working up a sweat from walking around is to go swimming in the ocean. There's noth...
Half Dome from Olmsted Point.
I've been traveling since childhood, but a short trip to the upper northern areas of Pakistan back in 2005 made me realize that this world was created for you not to sit stagnant but to explore. The nature there made me realize that what I have been ...
There are a lot of websites and blogs with great information about traveling with kids. Here are the top 20 sites on the web about family travel.
Sometimes your travels take you around the world, to dangerous locales where you don't know the customs and need to always be on your guard
Depending on your age, the thought of traveling with your parents might sound horrifying. But seriously, it can be much better than you might expect, for a variety of reasons. Here are just 7 of those from Eileen Smith.
can be found on the private island of Dhuni Kolhu, in the Baa Atoll, Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is the ultimate hideaway in the .
Blue Caves - Zakynthos Island, Greece
a picture is worth a thousand words
Grasping the unstranslatable words of a culture can offer unique insight into the way its speakers view and interpret the world.
Munich is the largest city in southern Germany and famous for its beer festival. I like the old Bavarian charm of the city. There is a great center city, nice parks, wonderful food, and tons of friendly people. Oktoberfest brings huge drunk crowds bu...
Do you travel too much? I know I do. I make a living traveling the world and writing about it. I love what I do and I never get sick of it, but there are times when I do something and think,
Driving through olive groves and sun scorched plains, on top of a hill, a fortress breaks up the landscape of Italy's heel. In the middle of nowhere in the Puglia region of Italy, a lone castle wait
There is a perfect pick your own pumpkin farm for everyone in the Garden State! Whether you're looking for pumpkin picking adventures for preschoolers, a pick your own pumpkin patch that won&#
Bright white and blue - that's the typical image of a glacier, isn't it? Milky glacial water, iridescent ice and a sky full of sunshine or perhaps the swirl of falling snow. The Baird Glacier in southeast Alaska has a rather different chemistry...
Today's Wish You Were Here photographs come from Karin of the World On My Doorstep. Both photos are taken in the Sahara Desert, Morocco, where we boarded a camel safari from Merzouga into Erg Chebb
New York has a million delicious places to eat and I was excited to eat at some of the best restaurants in the world. Originally, when I moved to NYC, I had hoped to cook instead of eating out since I don't get to cook a lot on the road. But then all...
I am a travel nomad and always pack light, but there are things that I've learned I can't leave home without. Whether you are spending a week, a month, or a lifetime on the road, here are the 10 must-have items that world nomads need.
With all the flying I've been doing lately, I've come to realize I may fly too much. I feel like Ryan Bingham from Up in the Air or at the least Johnny Jet. Over the next six weeks, I will be traveling to several destinations in Canada, the US, the U...
Everyone loves to travel. Yet few people end up doing more than just taking a two week vacation. St. Augustine once said "The world is a book, and he who doesn't travel reads only one page." I keep that quote in my mind constantly.
My picks for the cutest animals I have met from around the world.
Look beyond Prado, Reina Sofia & Thyssen-Bornemisza: These 5 smaller Madrid art museums are more like art galleries—enjoy master's works in a intimate setting.
Blog post at Trans-Americas Journey : Long-legged pink birds greet you in the town of Rio Lagartos even before you hit the water. We'd come to town on a day trip from Valladolid [..]
Last week, I had to (unfortunately) wake up early to reserve my bed for the night at the Flying Pig in Amsterdam. While there, I saw a Canadian girl checking out of the hostel. The girl had not one, but TWO Canadian flags on her backpack. As the summ...
No-go? We don't think so. Lauren Quinn beckons you to dig in, get dirty and discover why these nine US cities are woefully underrated.
We step off the bus at Magome and look in disbelief at the steep cobbled slope winding up the hill in front of us. In the past there would have been scrawny porters elbowing each other out of the way, vying to cart our bags. Had we been great lords
Thailand Chances are you already know Steve McCurry as the man who took one of the most iconic photos of our time. It was of a 12-year-old Afghan refugee girl…
Last weekend I met some old friends from college I haven't seen since graduation. They wanted to know one thing about my travels: "What were my crazy stories? What were the wild things that have happened to me?" I don't often think about the crazy th...
Cinque Terre National Park is a protected area that covers five small fishing villages on the west coast of Italy and the landscape and waters between them.