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  • Mathilde Clemence Personne
    Published about 9 hours 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."
  • Meagan Meredith
    Published about 10 hours 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?"
  • Libby Thompson
    Published about 10 hours ago
    5 Activities for Connecting with Nature in Lagos, Portugal

    5 Activities for Connecting with Nature in Lagos, Portugal

    Portugal offers vibrant architecture, can’t-miss views and countless opportunities to spend time outdoors enjoying unbeatable weather year-round. As a narrow and long country, travelers and residents in Portugal are never more than a few hours’ drive from the beach.
  • prashant panchal
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Golden Triangle Tour: Delve Into Dazzling Diorama Of Indian Culture

    Golden Triangle Tour: Delve Into Dazzling Diorama Of Indian Culture

    Traveling is, undeniably, a gripping experience transcends all boundaries and a universal amusing spot though the itinerary is biased. All in all, when you fixed a definite tour, it gift you a bunch of knowledge regarding spices of culture, folklore, sweet accord of religious canons, tantalizing memorials and the spellbinding architectural works.
  • Skip Licht
    Published about 11 hours ago
    A Country Like No Other. . Costa Rica / The Blue Morpho Butterfly

    A Country Like No Other. . Costa Rica / The Blue Morpho Butterfly

    Butterflies, sloths & toucans, oh my! Every day, you have to make a decision here in Costa Rica. Do you go to the jungle and get lost in nature and search out butterflies, sloths and toucans? Or do you stay in town and maybe see a blue morpho? The great thing about butterflies is that they can really be found almost anywhere! You don't need to hike deep into the rain forest to find them. A central park in a small town here can be just the place to see hundreds of them.
  • Skip Licht
    Published about 12 hours ago
    Sharing More about Costa Rica with All of You. .

    Sharing More about Costa Rica with All of You. .

    In our first three episodes here on this venue, we've shared with you the excitement of starting a new life in another country. It is scary for some, exciting for others and many will not even entertain the idea. Our goal is to 'soften you up' just a little bit. . thought by thought, step by step, day by day. We've all heard about moving out of your 'comfort zone'. This is THAT on steriods, I submit to you. .
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Activities
  • Amy Thome
    Published a day ago
    Nova Scotia Voyage

    Nova Scotia Voyage

    This was one of the most memorable of my sailing experiences this year, coupled with the most insane moments as well. What’s a sailing trip without a little bit of terror, right?
  • Sam Lavigne
    Published 2 days ago
    Why the Fly?

    Why the Fly?

    I try not to spend much time in my life mulling over questions that don’t have real answers, but people often ask me why I fly fish or what it is about fly fishing that draws me to cold rivers at times of the day when most folks are still sleeping. I have a hard time putting it into words, but what I do know is that it is something that has staked a claim in my mind and it doesn’t seem to be leaving any time soon.
  • Saara Tolvanen
    Published 2 days ago
    There's Something Fishy About The Countryside?

    There's Something Fishy About The Countryside?

    “City life was gettin’ us down
America
  • victoria patricolo
    Published a day ago
    She Stands Tall and Proud. Overlooking the Hudson River. The Historic Thayer Hotel, at West Point.

    She Stands Tall and Proud. Overlooking the Hudson River. The Historic Thayer Hotel, at West Point.

    Perched on the mountains overlooking breathtaking views of the Hudson River sits the majestic The Historic Thayer Hotel, at West Point. Approximately a one hour drive from New York City.
  • Culture Slate
    Published a day ago
    Construction Has Started At Disney's Star Wars Themed Hotel

    Construction Has Started At Disney's Star Wars Themed Hotel

    Although 2020 has not been very kind to all of us, setting back almost every plan we had due to the pandemic, which also caused the delay of many attractions and developments. However, about a month ago, Disney confirmed that they will move forward with the Star Wars hotel and that it may open soon. According to a press release from December, the Star Wars hotel will be open sometime in 2021 as it is called Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser. A theme luxury hotel built near Disney’s Hollywood Studios, in the Epcot Resort Area of the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida. A representative at The Walt Disney Company did not respond to Fox News’ request to comment for a direct answer whether Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser will open in 2021.
  • MEYER
    Published 4 days ago
    My Top Favorite Cafes & Bakeries in Washington D.C.

    My Top Favorite Cafes & Bakeries in Washington D.C.

    D.C. is one of the most diverse cities in the U.S. when it comes to cuisine. So of course, I had to do a post about a couple of cafes. These are some of the trendiest cafes and a few hidden gems suggested by either my friends or I. This is only the beginning of this series as there are many more blog posts to come on D.C.’s cuisines. On to the food!
Asia
  • prashant panchal
    Published about 10 hours ago
    Golden Triangle Tour: Delve Into Dazzling Diorama Of Indian Culture

    Golden Triangle Tour: Delve Into Dazzling Diorama Of Indian Culture

    Traveling is, undeniably, a gripping experience transcends all boundaries and a universal amusing spot though the itinerary is biased. All in all, when you fixed a definite tour, it gift you a bunch of knowledge regarding spices of culture, folklore, sweet accord of religious canons, tantalizing memorials and the spellbinding architectural works.
  • Sheena Negi
    Published 3 days ago
    Bhrigu Lake trek : The shortest trek in Manali

    Bhrigu Lake trek : The shortest trek in Manali

    All that you have to know before journeying to Bhrigu!
  • Aurora Gianna
    Published 5 days ago
    How to spend one week in Koh Samui Thailand

    How to spend one week in Koh Samui Thailand

    During your long holiday spent in Thailand, spending 7 days in Koh Samui is a great idea. If you are wondering if there are adequate things to do here, read this guide and you'll come across some great suggestions. You may alter the schedules as you wish, but make sure you try and experience everything listed in this article without missing any.
Budget Travel
  • Meagan Meredith
    Published about 10 hours 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?"
  • Pushpitha Wijesinghe
    Published about a month ago
    How to budget friendly Maldives Getaway

    How to budget friendly Maldives Getaway

    While some may think taking a holiday to the Maldives is a costly affair, it does not have to be. Yes, you can splurge and enjoy the finest luxuries, but you can also plan a budget-friendly vacay while experiencing the finest of what the country has to offer. Intrigued? Here is a guide on how you can do just that and have a getaway like no other!
  • Micaela Williams
    Published about a month ago
    Living Local- Adventures

    Living Local- Adventures

    We've all heard about how buying local is better. It supports local businesses and farmers, gives you a stronger connection to the product, lowers the environmental impacts of travel and lessens contributions to unsafe and unfair work places. But what about adventuring local?
Culture
Europe
  • Libby Thompson
    Published about 10 hours ago
    5 Activities for Connecting with Nature in Lagos, Portugal

    5 Activities for Connecting with Nature in Lagos, Portugal

    Portugal offers vibrant architecture, can’t-miss views and countless opportunities to spend time outdoors enjoying unbeatable weather year-round. As a narrow and long country, travelers and residents in Portugal are never more than a few hours’ drive from the beach.
  • Rafael Escobar
    Published 4 days ago
    5 Best Destinations to Visit in Portugal

    5 Best Destinations to Visit in Portugal

    For most people that have traveled to Portugal for vacation, it is perhaps one of their favorite destinations.
  • Emily
    Published 4 days ago
    City of "Lost Souls"

    City of "Lost Souls"

    London is the typical definition of whirlwind of nationalities, cultures and just in general the variety of people you find here, which is great if you are trying to blend in to a place. Here you can blend in without actually fitting in at all. There are so many out here, so people don`t judge much or even care sometimes. It`s a gorgeous place to live in, because it has history and culture, you can always find something you like. But there is an other side to it all, a darker one. Because there are so many people, so many different cultures in there, you can feel so alone in the middle of the crowd. Literally being a drop in the sea. With all the improvement of the social aspect of technology, we feel more and more isolated from people, even if they live right by us. I don`t think this part is rare, it happens everywhere. Nobody likes that, but I guess, it is what it is. Right?!
Female Travel
  • Candice Lauree
    Published 23 days ago
    Fat Girl Travels

    Fat Girl Travels

    I couldn’t sleep. The first day I arrived in Greece, it was after midnight and I had slept almost the whole trip from the US. That was thanks in part to taking all of the advice from all of the people about how to do international travel having never set foot on a plane myself.
  • Pushpitha Wijesinghe
    Published 2 months ago
     How to stay safe as a solo female traveler in Hong Kong

    How to stay safe as a solo female traveler in Hong Kong

    Hong Kong is one of the urban hubs of Asia and if you didn't know this before, it is also one of the safest places the visit in the world. the Crime rates are extremely low and even the existing rate is just for small crimes that pose no significant threat to society. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are a bold lady setting out to explore this part of the world.
  • Gabriella
    Published 2 months ago
    Why I traveled to Latin America what I learnt

    Why I traveled to Latin America what I learnt

    I was born in South London to Peruvian and British parents. Growing up, “Latinidad” didn't really have a meaning to me. It was simply just the way things were. Spanish was spoken at home, Peruvian food was served, we’d buy our food at the market and on Saturday mornings I’d have to get up to clean! Our friends were Peruvian too, so nothing felt unusual to me. Moreover, being raised in a multicultural environment like London taught me that everybody did things differently at home.
How To
  • Ayodha Ushani
    Published about 16 hours ago
    How to do scuba diving in Maldives

    How to do scuba diving in Maldives

    Did you know some of the most stunning attractions in Maldives are in fact, under the waves! The country is blessed with an abundance of coral reefs, diverse fish and other marine species that will leave you in awe when seen up close. While snorkelling lets you witness this underwater beauty, scuba diving is the best way to truly explore and experience the treasures of the deep. Here is a guide to help you plan for just such an adventure.
  • amie ginendra
    Published a day ago
    How to prepare for a beach vacation

    How to prepare for a beach vacation

    There's nothing like spending a chilled-out day at the beach soaking up the sun, frolicking on the shore or having fun in the ocean waters; this is especially true after months of COVID-19 related lockdowns and travel restrictions! Now is the ideal time to take a beach vacation, though as with all trips, proper planning is required. Here are some things to keep in mind that will help make your coastal getaway more memorable.
  • MythosTheBear
    Published 2 days ago
    Finding South Korea

    Finding South Korea

    In light of COVID, I took the leap and did what I had wanted to for quite a while: I moved to another country.
Humanity
  • Alexander Hamilton
    Published about 12 hours ago
    The Cambodia Incident

    The Cambodia Incident

    If you like drugs go to Cambodia. Go directly to Sihanoukville and start running your fucking mouth off. This is a vague account of what happened to me in that life-sucking paradise.
  • Woody DeJong
    Published about 14 hours ago
    Bali to East Java

    Bali to East Java

    Well where to from Bali. These days most tourists take a flight to Surabaya then bus it to Yogyakarta and beyond. But many miss the splendor that is East Java. I am a little bias in saying that, as I was born and raised in Surabaya the capital of East Java. East Java is a little drier than the rest of Java. But that does not mean that the terrain is devoid of splendid beauty. There are magnificent National Parks. Indonesia's only Safari park. Pure white sand beaches and crystal blue seas, calling, “come in for a swim”.
  • Maddie Bradley
    Published 26 days ago
    What kind of traveller are you? (Japan edition)

    What kind of traveller are you? (Japan edition)

    This article is written as a bit of comedic fun and shouldn’t accurately represent all the people who visit Japan on the regular! These are inspired from all the weird and wonderful personalities I came across when travelling Japan with One Life Adventures.
Lgbt Travel
  • Sarah Rickman
    Published 20 days ago
    Tiny Living

    Tiny Living

    Once upon a time I lived in a big house. Actually, I've lived in a few big houses.
  • Nat Bar
    Published 4 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 6 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
  • Lily Stewart
    Published 9 days ago
    List of Topmost Thrilling & Exciting Theme Parks in Las Vegas

    List of Topmost Thrilling & Exciting Theme Parks in Las Vegas

    It can be said that Las Vegas is a vast theme park. Of course, there are no doors around this city. There is also no owner/operator to control everything. But there are bright lights and whimsical buildings, as well as wild performances and a festive atmosphere. And don’t forget the attractive themes, including the Egyptian pyramids, the abandoned Roman Empire, the circus, and Venice’s canal city. Visit Las Vegas by making American Airlines reservations and Take that Epcot!
  • Steven Mayers
    Published 20 days ago
    The Top 30 Most Expensive Streets In Richmond (Part 1)

    The Top 30 Most Expensive Streets In Richmond (Part 1)

    Today I wanted to look at the 30 cheapest and most expensive streets in Richmond. To help me do this, I've looked at sales data from multiple sources to see where houses are selling for the most and where you're more likely to get a good deal.
  • Angela Bradby
    Published 27 days ago
    4 Of The Best 4x4 Adventures Spots To Tackle in 2020

    4 Of The Best 4x4 Adventures Spots To Tackle in 2020

    It is a Brand New Year, so there is a whole 12 weeks of 4X4 experiences on the horizon. Whether you're off for a fast weekend escape or something a bit more substantial, these fantastic Western Australian paths are excellent for any off-road enthusiast or fan of the wonderful Australian outback. No driver knows instinctively how to drive off-road and it is vital that you have some basic skills, considering how dangerous driving off-road can be if you get anything wrong & our 4wd training Brisbane can help you with the same.
Travel Advice
  • Mia Morales
    Published a day ago
    How To Prepare for Your Upcoming Trip to Puerto Rico

    How To Prepare for Your Upcoming Trip to Puerto Rico

    If you're dreaming about post-pandemic travel, Puerto Rico may have popped up on your radar. Puerto Rico, dubbed the Island of Enchantment, has so much to offer. You'll have access to beautiful beaches, a rainforest, historic architecture and world-class shopping. Puerto Rico is still rebuilding after Hurricane Maria, so stimulating their tourism is an added bonus. Here are six tips on the best way to travel to Puerto Rico.
  • Kate Williams
    Published a day ago
    17 things to know before you move to Italy

    17 things to know before you move to Italy

    If you’re thinking of moving to Italy from Australia, you’re not alone. Not only the Bel Paese is one of Australians’ favourite tourist destinations, but as many as 30,000 Aussies had made their home here in 2002, according to Wikipedia.
  • Bella Moondragon
    Published 3 days ago
    Disney's Rise of the Resistance

    Disney's Rise of the Resistance

    Unless you've been living under a rock for the last year or so, you've probably heard of Disney's Rise of the Resistance ride. The immersive ride that takes you through what it's like to be taken hostage by the First Order and then rescued by the Resistance opened at Walt Disney World's Hollywood Studios park late last year and in January 2020 in Disneyland (which is currently closed.) The ride is fantastic, and everyone wants to ride it. The problem is, you can't just hop in line for this ride like you can virtually every other ride on the planet.
Travel Lists
  • Rafael Escobar
    Published a day ago
    Top Things to Do in Florence, Italy

    Top Things to Do in Florence, Italy

    There are many different reasons for Florence's reputation as one of the finest places in the world. Florence has been named one of the "Ten Best Places in the World" by the Travel & Leisure Magazine. Florence's reputation as the world's most beautiful city is also acknowledged by the world's most famous architects.
  • Patrick Watt
    Published about a month ago
    9 Famous Events and Things to Do in Australia in 2020

    9 Famous Events and Things to Do in Australia in 2020

    Australia presents some of the most elegant events and sceneries, providing a wide variety of choices of things to do once you get there. The country is large and beautiful, while nature and life here cohabit symbiotic relationships. You will undoubtedly enjoy mesmerizing experiences where the challenge will not be to find a fun activity, but instead to get everything narrowed down to a shortlist by creaming off out of these numerous choices. Below is a list of things you can indulge yourself in when touring Australia.
  • Prameet Subba
    Published about a month ago
    Three things to know before booking Everest Base Camp Trek

    Three things to know before booking Everest Base Camp Trek

    Those who are thinking of trekking in the Everest Region, are you wondering that each clip of YouTube is true? There is no video that shows you each inch of the Everest Region.
Travel Tips
  • Life of Melissaa
    Published 3 days ago
    Travel Light

    Travel Light

    To My Dearest Readers,
  • Gabriel Anthony
    Published 3 days ago
    How to Plan a 3 Day Trip to Kuala Lumpur

    How to Plan a 3 Day Trip to Kuala Lumpur

    If you've only got a short time, perhaps just 3 days to explore the metropolis of Kuala Lumpur, you are still lucky enough! You can actually fit in some of the best attractions in the city into a 3-day itinerary. Here is the perfect combination of places to visit during your short time here.
  • Lynda Arbon
    Published 4 days ago
    Tools You Need to Carry For Ensuring a Safe Camping

    Tools You Need to Carry For Ensuring a Safe Camping

    Nothing can be as rejuvenating as the experience of camping. It is one of the best ways to connect with nature and also discover more about yourself. Several research have shown that an outdoor activity like camping decreases depressive thoughts tremendously.