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  • Erik Cartain Farish
    Published about 4 hours ago
    ⛰️Straight to the top... of Ben Nevis⛰️

    ⛰️Straight to the top... of Ben Nevis⛰️

    I have been dying to write about this adventure since we planned it only 1 and a half weeks ago. Me and my good friend wanted to do something to celebrate completing our first exam at university, so we looked about going to Scotland for a few days, which was when someone mentioned "you should climb that mountain, Ben Nevis". Naturally we both thought this was a brilliant idea and got to work looking up how we could make it happen.
  • Skip Licht
    Published about 5 hours ago
    A Peaceful Life Here in Costa Rica. . "Getting Away from It All"

    A Peaceful Life Here in Costa Rica. . "Getting Away from It All"

    I'll be VERY honest with you. . and please don't hold it against me. I am definitely not a "Zen" kind of guy. I don't do yoga. I don't meditate. And I don't read the writings of monks and of ancient philosophers. There is no "ying" pulling at my "yang". I don't see dead people. .
  • Joe Dorish
    Published about 6 hours ago
    10 Coldest Weather Temperature Days Ever Recorded in Columbus, Ohio

    10 Coldest Weather Temperature Days Ever Recorded in Columbus, Ohio

    Weather temperature records in the city of Columbus, Ohio have been officially kept since 1878. Here is a list of the ten coldest weather temperature days in Columbus, Ohio history since 1878. There are actually 12 days listed due to ties.
  • Joe Dorish
    Published about 6 hours ago
    10 Coldest Weather Temperature Days Ever Recorded in Cincinnati, Ohio

    10 Coldest Weather Temperature Days Ever Recorded in Cincinnati, Ohio

    Weather temperature records in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio have been officially kept since 1872. Here is a list of the ten coldest weather temperature days in Cincinnati, Ohio history since 1872.
  • Pushpitha Wijesinghe
    Published about 8 hours ago
    How to Plan a Trip to Singapore – Know Before You Go!

    How to Plan a Trip to Singapore – Know Before You Go!

    Introduction You probably wouldn't consider Singapore the sort of place to go on a backpacking trip. It is a city of many modern technologies and in your head, isn't full of the excursions you come to associate with backpacking. This is a misconception that was created by the fact that Singapore is one of the easiest countries to travel to. But it is quite possible to plan a backpacking trip to Singapore so let's discuss in detail what you need to know before you go.
  • Kelly Brackett
    Published about 9 hours ago
    A Trip

    A Trip

    I had always hoped that life would be easy for me. In fact, most people think it is since my family is well off. But the truth is, even with access to all of their wealth, it does not make me happy. Being the heiress to a large conglomerate comes with its own sort of responsibilities which have left me feeling tired of the life I lead. More than anything, I want to experience what it is like to not have their wealth, their access to the world. And so, as a result of this desire, I set out on a journey on my own, with nothing but four thousand dollars and my car.
Staff Picks
  • Holly Wilkins
    Published 8 days ago
    Why I find bicycle touring the best way to travel

    Why I find bicycle touring the best way to travel

    Before setting off on my bicycle tour around the world, I knew I wanted to go travelling. I didn’t really think about the method, I imagined I would just pack a backpack and catch a flight somewhere. The rest would figure itself out along the way. I had done small trips before my grand idea; six weeks in Kenya & Tanzania, three weeks in Thailand and city-hopping in Europe. Despite the amazing memories, I did remember the 13-hour bus rides along bumpy roads, whizzing past small towns & villages to get to the cities or the next tourist destination.
  • David Harvey
    Published 20 days ago
    Traveling With a Stranger

    Traveling With a Stranger

    Almost everyone can agree that dating apps are superficial, but what happens when that superficial feeling becomes something real?
  • Mathilde Clemence Personne
    Published about a month ago
    Here's How Emily in Paris Made me Miss The City of Love (and Made me Want to Leave my Beloved New York City)

    Here's How Emily in Paris Made me Miss The City of Love (and Made me Want to Leave my Beloved New York City)

    "I won't lie, I was a bit skeptical just by watching the trailer at first. I could tell it would be very Paris, put another way, very cliché."
  • Golden Maple
    Published about a month ago
    Machu Pichu, a place in Latin America you cannot miss-1

    Machu Pichu, a place in Latin America you cannot miss-1

    Machu Pichu, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World (1), is the top priority to see in Latin America. Two Inca ruins in Peru are on the World Natural and Cultural Heritage List. They are the ancient capital of Cusco, "the capital of the world's Indians," and Machu Picchu, known as the "city in the sky."
  • Raquel Teixeira
    Published 2 months ago
    A roadmap to my soul

    A roadmap to my soul

    The day we wake up, is the day we realise our souls have been guiding our journey with such grace and art that it takes a few breaths to sink it in. Whispering to us our entire lives, waiting for us to be ready to listen, becoming louder as we do. Preparing us to embrace who we are and live in alignment with It. My body is the canvas my soul chose to create the roadmap that led me to her. To me. One and the same.
  • Maddie Bradley
    Published 2 months ago
    The Red Centre Down Under: Why it needs to be on your bucket list.

    The Red Centre Down Under: Why it needs to be on your bucket list.

    When you think of the Northern Territory, Australia… Do you think of red dirt, crocodiles, and flies? If you answered yes to the above, I can’t blame you. I thought the same for the first half of my career in travel before I had the opportunity to explore the hidden jewels of outback Australia.
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Activities
  • Erik Cartain Farish
    Published about 4 hours ago
    ⛰️Straight to the top... of Ben Nevis⛰️

    ⛰️Straight to the top... of Ben Nevis⛰️

    I have been dying to write about this adventure since we planned it only 1 and a half weeks ago. Me and my good friend wanted to do something to celebrate completing our first exam at university, so we looked about going to Scotland for a few days, which was when someone mentioned "you should climb that mountain, Ben Nevis". Naturally we both thought this was a brilliant idea and got to work looking up how we could make it happen.
  • Kate Bolter
    Published 3 days ago
    Polperro Museum

    Polperro Museum

    “No Photography” the lady at the desk advises. I look down at my phone then over at the cluttered, dusty entrance and debate returning to the warming autumnal sunshine where my dad and dog are enjoying the view of the calm harbour from the café next door.
  • Afifa Ansari
    Published 5 days ago
    Madhya Pradesh Tourism Launches "Tigress on Trails" in association with Thrillophilia

    Madhya Pradesh Tourism Launches "Tigress on Trails" in association with Thrillophilia

    A road can be a destination too, it’s all about the perspective. Re-fueling the passion for solo travelling and bike riding amongst young and old alike, Madhya Pradesh tourism board is all set to kick-off an all-woman bike trip that will cover a total of approximately 1,500 KM in a span of 6 days. With 15 women riders from across the country leading the way, this initiative also sends a powerful and welcoming message to all who love to explore new places.
America
  • hayes mark
    Published a day ago
    Best Hidden Places to visit in the USA

    Best Hidden Places to visit in the USA

    A trip to the United States is everyone’s dream. It is the most iconic places in the films you have seen in a lifetime, the atmosphere of the songs you listen to and the boundless landscapes they talk about, the far west, the East coast, everything in the USA is incredible and stunning. If you are planning to visit the USA try visiting these hidden places and reach there using jetblue reservations for the best deals and discounts.
  • Charlotte Manley Salyer
    Published 4 days ago
    Have you ever smelled Las Vegas?

    Have you ever smelled Las Vegas?

    I have been feeling bored lately. And I have discovered that sitting around all day isn’t easy. Even the television seems to have been taken hostage by a virus, but this one is made up of political mumbo-jumbo that is as unpleasant as long nails raking across a chalkboard. Because I live in in Las Vegas, however, I have options. So, today, I will choose to take a drive downtown. As many of us have discovered experiencing the pandemic from our couches has been a touch unnerving these days, and there are times that one must roll the dice so-to-speak. So, I mask up, make sure I bring hand sanitizer and a little cash, and head to one of the places I enjoy best. First, let me tell you, I am head over heels in love with my town. I still awe at the tacky décor and the glow of each light bulb. The sights, the sounds, and the smell…
  • Muhammad Ahmed
    Published 7 days ago
    Greg Harriman Vermont Define  Bennington For Living Tonus

    Greg Harriman Vermont Define Bennington For Living Tonus

    Shelburne: Greg Harriman Vermont Organized on the shores of wonderful Lake Champlain, Shelburne is a rich and well off suburb of Burlington, Vermont's most noteworthy city. Shelburne has three head journey protests – the Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms, and the Vermont Teddy Bear Company, Greg Harriman Vermontin spite of a nature park and a coastline on the lake with a vessel dispatch. Meander the nineteenth century Shelburne Farms bequest, complete with a 110-room summer living arrangement, five-story stable, and two-section of land (0.8ha) yard with hayrides, a compact way, and enthusiastic shows in the mid-year and accumulate time months. Greg Harriman Vermont History buffs can esteem finding a few solutions concerning Vermont's legacy at the Shelburne Museum, with a genuine sign, liners, sheds, and a railroad station, correspondingly as bit by bit shows of printing, blacksmithing, and weaving. Worth staggering perspectives on the lake from each room in this five-man house. Sitting above Shelburne Bay, this genuine home sits direct on the shoreline and, in the sparkle of the pre-summer, gives a couple of kayaks to you to go out and welcome the water.
Asia
  • Ahil Khan
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Seven reasons why you should visit Nepal for your next trekking adventure

    Seven reasons why you should visit Nepal for your next trekking adventure

    Home to more than 800 km of the Himalayan mountain range, Nepal is one of the world’s premier trekking destinations. Packed full of adrenaline-fuelled adventure spots, stunning scenery, and treks for every experience level, it’s little wonder that Nepal’s fanbase grows year on year. What are you waiting for? Here are our top seven reasons to visit Nepal for your next trekking adventure.
  • Peaushan Devanarayana
    Published a day ago
    How to find the best traditional dished in Maldives?

    How to find the best traditional dished in Maldives?

    Basically, Maldivian food is founded on an assortment of flavours, ingredients and techniques; some of which have been within these pleasing isles whilst others have been crafted from the influences of neighbouring nations such as Sri Lanka and India respectively. Although, it would not be too hard to stumble upon dishes comprising either coconut, fish or rice or even a combination of these as the locals are known to resort to these ingredients with a sense of regularity and affection. Read on below for a host of traditional fare and how to get your hands on some.
  • Peaushan Devanarayana
    Published a day ago
    How to Capture the Best of Makati

    How to Capture the Best of Makati

    Makati has long been considered the financial district of the Philippines so you wouldn't expect to find too many fun things to do here. This is not the case. In reality, Makati is versatile, arty and has a very enthusiastic nightlife scene. If you are looking to capture the best of Makati and make it a series of charming photos for your Instagram feed, here are some of the best places to visit.
Budget Travel
  • Coleman Richards
    Published 4 days ago
    Sleep in a Bag, Drink from a Bag

    Sleep in a Bag, Drink from a Bag

    When I travel, my itinerary generally looks something like: 1. Figure out what the destination is 2. Find the local watering hole
  • Holly Wilkins
    Published 8 days ago
    Why I find bicycle touring the best way to travel

    Why I find bicycle touring the best way to travel

    Before setting off on my bicycle tour around the world, I knew I wanted to go travelling. I didn’t really think about the method, I imagined I would just pack a backpack and catch a flight somewhere. The rest would figure itself out along the way. I had done small trips before my grand idea; six weeks in Kenya & Tanzania, three weeks in Thailand and city-hopping in Europe. Despite the amazing memories, I did remember the 13-hour bus rides along bumpy roads, whizzing past small towns & villages to get to the cities or the next tourist destination.
  • Meagan Meredith
    Published 26 days ago
    How I afford to travel the world

    How I afford to travel the world

    One of the most asked questions I receive when I tell people I travel the world is, "How do you afford to travel?" Today, I will share with you the plan that helped make my dreams come true.
Culture
  • Zach Nelson
    Published a day ago
    Rethinking Ancient Egypt

    Rethinking Ancient Egypt

    Looking back at the cultures of ancient Egypt, one can’t help but notice the myths and legends surrounding the once great civilization. Egypt is well known for the pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, mummification, and hieroglyphs, but little is known of the accomplishments they made and the complexity of their societies. Their culture made significant advancements in neuroscience, medicine, and architecture. Advancements that many would say were beyond their time. I will attempt to shed light on a couple different viewpoints or claims that have been made in order to find the truth and hopefully put an end to any falsehoods. This paper will serve to delve deeper into Egypt’s history, not only from a mainstream Egyptologist’s perspective, but also from the perspective of multiple independent researchers and historians.
  • AstroVed
    Published a day ago
    Patna History & Culture

    Patna History & Culture

    Patna is the capital city of Bihar state, India. It is one of the oldest residences that dates back to 2500 years ago. The city was known as Pataliputra, and it takes pride because of being rich in history that can be witnessed today in the form of several monuments, museums, and other historical places.
  • Coleman Richards
    Published 4 days ago
    Naked Nature

    Naked Nature

    Topless ladies in Rocky Mountain National Park. Dudes with their asses out at the Half Dome. Can someone tell me what the hell is going on?
Europe
  • People! Just say Something!
    Published 2 days ago
    7 Secrets of the London Underground

    7 Secrets of the London Underground

    The London Underground has served Londoners since 1863. Since its opening, up to 2 million people ride the tubes every single day on their daily commute. It is no secret that it has become part of London’s identity and an invaluable part of its people’s daily lives. I personally use the Underground at least 10 times per week for various journeys around the Capital and with the joys of the 16-25 Railcard, it becomes the cheapest method of transport in London by far, even beating the London Bus in price and speed, but I think I will save that for another post.
  • Anton Black
    Published 2 days ago
    London's Most Famous Prisons

    London's Most Famous Prisons

    Victorian London was renowned for its prisons and places of correction – Dickens vividly portrayed the harsh conditions and inhuman treatment of prisoners. Read more on the history of prisons in London. While there are no more Victorian buildings, it is possible to visit the sites where they once stood, which will also take you to London's fascinating areas.
  • Anton Black
    Published 4 days ago
    Where are the best Christmas lights in London?

    Where are the best Christmas lights in London?

    It is unlikely that vast crowds will be travelling to see lights turned on across London this year, which makes them even more appealing than ever.
Female Travel
  • Gabrielle Lamontagne
    Published 9 days ago
    Freckles Abroad

    Freckles Abroad

    Lately, I've been taking time each day to count my blessings. Not only do I have an amazing support network of family and friends, but I have been blessed with this opportunity to live and study so far from home – especially during a global pandemic. Each day in London is beautiful in a new way – even when I don't leave my room for more than a half hour walk. Being here and spending so much time reading and writing truly makes me feel happy.
  • Madelaine Baker Simpson
    Published 13 days ago
    Best travel tips for South East Asia

    Best travel tips for South East Asia

    1. Cheapest way to travel from Thailand to Cambodia Train from central Bangkok train station Hua Lamphong to Aranyaprathet, this train journey is roughly 5/6 hours and costs around $1 or 40 Baht. This is bar far the cheapest way I've found to get to Cambodia from Thailand. The train will take you directly to the boarder where you can go and get a visa on arrival. This boarder crossing has a lot of scams to be aware of, however. There will be lovely ladies selling prepared rich dishes and pre-cut mangos for a very low cost walking throughout the journey, so don't worry if you forget to pack snacks or water.
  • Rebecca Braun
    Published 20 days ago
    what i wish i'd known as a solo female traveler in Europe.

    what i wish i'd known as a solo female traveler in Europe.

    I traveled alone for the first time as a 17-year old. I didn't have a boyfriend waiting at home for me, and I didn't have a contingency plan in case everything went wrong. I guess I would have flown back home, but thankfully, it never came to that.
How To
  • Nilusha Perera
    Published a day ago
    How to explore Brisbane in a day

    How to explore Brisbane in a day

    Its laid-back character is what most tourists look for on vacation. Situated on the east coast, Brisbane is the capital of Queensland. This lively city gives you access to beaches, and it offers you an excellent dining and shopping scene. Brisbane is also known for its warm and pleasant weather which remains pleasant throughout the year.
  • Dr_Nisar Subhani
    Published 2 days ago
    Way On the Trip Of The Desert Safari

    Way On the Trip Of The Desert Safari

    I can not tell you how excited I was to experience a desert safari in Dubai. All my friends who have been to Dubai are talking about this - it's important to let me know, especially for people who like to explore new sciences. Obviously, my expectations were sky high. I already know what to wear, what photo to take, what to do. But, it all went out the window, the moment I met him in the desert.
  • Ayodha Ushani
    Published 4 days ago
    How to take a tour of a tea factory

    How to take a tour of a tea factory

    While Sri Lanka is commonly known for its golden sandy beaches surrounding the island there is a gem of a creation that is reaped from the hill country of the little island. The tea that is oh-so-delightful in Sri Lanka is produced on the island and one of the best ways to learn about tea and its process is by taking a tour of a tea factory that is functioning and doing business during this time.
Humanity
  • Skip Licht
    Published about 5 hours ago
    A Peaceful Life Here in Costa Rica. . "Getting Away from It All"

    A Peaceful Life Here in Costa Rica. . "Getting Away from It All"

    I'll be VERY honest with you. . and please don't hold it against me. I am definitely not a "Zen" kind of guy. I don't do yoga. I don't meditate. And I don't read the writings of monks and of ancient philosophers. There is no "ying" pulling at my "yang". I don't see dead people. .
  • Kelly Brackett
    Published about 9 hours ago
    A Trip

    A Trip

    I had always hoped that life would be easy for me. In fact, most people think it is since my family is well off. But the truth is, even with access to all of their wealth, it does not make me happy. Being the heiress to a large conglomerate comes with its own sort of responsibilities which have left me feeling tired of the life I lead. More than anything, I want to experience what it is like to not have their wealth, their access to the world. And so, as a result of this desire, I set out on a journey on my own, with nothing but four thousand dollars and my car.
  • the nomadic trio
    Published a day ago
    Hello...

    Hello...

    As I sit here, drinking yet another cup of coffee, I can’t help but to think about all of the people who have asked about the RV and what it’s like living in it. If it’s easier, cheaper and what the pros and cons are. Who and what do I listen to heading down the road.
Lgbt Travel
  • Sarah Rickman
    Published 2 months ago
    Tiny Living

    Tiny Living

    Once upon a time I lived in a big house. Actually, I've lived in a few big houses. My wife and I didn't start off living in a big house, we worked our way to one.
  • Nat Bar
    Published 5 months ago
    A Weekend Once Upon A Dream

    A Weekend Once Upon A Dream

    This story is based on a vacation long-past, before the virus made travel frightening. It is a map of the unappreciated parts of gritty San Francisco, for those who are willing to look.
  • Richard Douglas
    Published 7 months ago
    San Francisco on my mind

    San Francisco on my mind

    Chris and I spent Saturday afternoon painting the walls at the back of our house. The old red brick now brightened up with the Alpine Blue masonry paint which took five weeks to travel from Darwen to Altrincham and finally to us. We're getting lots of jobs done during the lockdown, jobs which might have still been ideas if we weren't restricted to internet shopping and staying at home. I've never seen the cutlery drawers so neat before.
List
Travel Advice
  • Adam H. Johnson
    Published 4 days ago
    The Pee-Pee Boy

    The Pee-Pee Boy

    If you stay in China long enough, you will undoubtedly develop a serious, and often debilitating, addiction. You will find that not only can you not start your mornings without a quick fix, but also cannot function for most of the day without it. Wandering aimlessly through dark alleyways like a dirty ragamuffin, you seek out the seedy dealers who sit with countless tins of their product, hawking multiple varieties and strengths, depending on your need. For me, it was the Oolong that satisfied my evil desire and stopped my withdrawal pains. For others, only straight green would do. Like so many others before and after, I had become a tea addict.
  • Maryanne O'Keeffe Potter
    Published 6 days ago
    Adventurous Travel Over 50

    Adventurous Travel Over 50

    Adventurous Travel for over 50’s Whether you're travelling to Australia, Indonesia or London, there are known ways to do so not only on the less expensive side, but also to experience much more of the real non-tourist culture including foods, housing, religions and lifestyles.
  • taxida chn
    Published 6 days ago
    Book Chennai to Bangalore cab with Taxida

    Book Chennai to Bangalore cab with Taxida

    Avail Chennai to Bangalore taxi for one way & round trips at Taxida. Taxida offers a wide range of vehicle options to choose from hatchbacks to SUVs.
Travel Lists
  • People! Just say Something!
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Top 5 Attractions to visit for your Winter trip to Amsterdam

    Top 5 Attractions to visit for your Winter trip to Amsterdam

    The streets of Amsterdam are much less crowded with the throngs of tourists that you see in the summer and with the winter chills comes a sense of ‘gezellig’, a Dutch word with no direct English translation. It encompasses the heart of Dutch culture. The meaning includes everything from friendly, to cozy; from comfortable to relaxing; from joyous to gregarious! Though you may not understand it now, the only way to true comprehend this untranslatable word is to experience it yourself!
  • Galvez 5amily
    Published 18 days ago
    SWIMMING FOREVER

    SWIMMING FOREVER

    Did you ever think of taking a dip into a swimming hole near you? If you have, then cool. If you have not, then keep reading this article to make yourself want to take that dive. If you have perhaps ever thought of wanting to go and enjoy yourself in a swimming hole but do not know where to find one, then for you we present the top 10 swimming pools that are located near you. Some would be hidden from your views and even confidential maybe, while some might be effectively available. Some you'd need to climb to, and some may even answer your inquiry of "swimming holes close to me" since they're nearby.
  • Jake Holyoak
    Published 21 days ago
    Which Region Has the Most Pubs and Bars in the UK?

    Which Region Has the Most Pubs and Bars in the UK?

    Pubs and bars have been a tradition in the UK for centuries. They can historically be traced back to Roman taverns and Anglo-Saxon alehouses. But it wasn’t until the early 19th century that we started to see the pubs we know and love today.
Travel Tips
  • Peaushan Devanarayana
    Published a day ago
    How to spend 04 days in Maldives

    How to spend 04 days in Maldives

    The thing about the Maldives is that although it may seem like there’s nothing much to do on the islands but lounge on the beach for days on end this is not the case. There is much to be done in the Maldives and you would need some time to do it. But if time is not on your side and you only have about four days in paradise you should stick to one island. Here are some great recommendations.
  • taxida chn
    Published 7 days ago
    Planning for a Trip? You can now ride with Taxida outstation cabs

    Planning for a Trip? You can now ride with Taxida outstation cabs

    When you think of short weekend getaways, the thing springs to your mind is road trips. And your first thing would be to look for an outstation cab service. With the ever extending road connectivity all across the country and with a slew of tourist destinations to visit, taking a short vacation or holiday has become so effortless and smooth with outstations cabs. With road trips, you can do away with the planning for a trip early or the need to book train tickets in advance and the hassle that comes with it. And with Taxida outstation cabs you can simply book a one way or round trip outstation cab to your destination with ease. But most importantly, with Taxida outstation cabs you can enjoy the journey with just your friends and family instead of travelling with a stranger on a train or a bus. So, for your next trip book a Taxida outstation cab and make your trip a memorable one with the benefits of riding with Taxida.
  • Aurora Gianna
    Published 8 days ago
    How to Recover From Air Travel

    How to Recover From Air Travel

    If you are somebody who travels quite a lot, whether it be for business or other reasons, jet lag will be one of your biggest headaches. Here are a few things you can do before and after your flight to avoid jet lag.