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  • Clares Daily Digest
    Published about 23 hours ago
    Top 5 of the MOST INSANELY BEAUTIFUL Places to visit in the World

    Top 5 of the MOST INSANELY BEAUTIFUL Places to visit in the World

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  • Elaine Gallagher
    Published a day ago
    Sweet Sorrento

    Sweet Sorrento

    On our trip to Italy last year we decided to stay an extra day in Sorrento. Sorrento is a city that breathes the life of Italy, the Italian culture and the beauty of the coast. Lazy days walking the streets shopping, looking out into the clear blue water and eating delicacies along the way was our last taste of Italy in beautiful Sorrento. Sorrento is a coastal town on the Sorrentine Peninsula in southwestern Italy. It faces the Bay of Naples. It is known for its water view and for cafe-lined streets in the famous Piazza Tasso.
  • Travel Expert
    Published a day ago
    Necessities and prohibitions you should know before planning to travel to China

    Necessities and prohibitions you should know before planning to travel to China

    China has become a target for tourists who love the atmosphere of Southeast Asian countries with its unique cultural and civilizational heritage, especially since this wonderful country is one of the oldest countries in the world, as China’s history goes back thousands of years and has a great civilization comparable to that of the Pharaohs, Greeks and Romans, so the opportunities to see the effects of this civilization remain A stimulus for travel enthusiasts, especially as it possesses one of the seven oldest wonders of the world, the Great Wall of China.
  • Travel Expert
    Published 2 days ago
    Learn about the best recommended Rajasthan markets to visit
  • Travel Expert
    Published 2 days ago
    Watch out for these tricks when traveling to India
  • Travel Expert
    Published 2 days ago
    Learn the most important wildlife tips before traveling to California

    Learn the most important wildlife tips before traveling to California

    California is a huge and diverse country, whether on its land or its people. It is the third largest country and has the largest population in the United States. It also has endless spaces of deserts, beaches, forests, and mountains. It can be difficult to navigate these places, but if you follow some helpful advice before traveling to California that relates to wandering in the wild, it will definitely be a wonderful and obstacles-free trip.
Staff Picks
  • Emma Delaney Styles
    Published about a month ago
    Lockdown, On My Terms

    Lockdown, On My Terms

    Lockdown began as I packed my bag for a summer at sea. Plane ticket ready. Boat waiting. Life neatly packed away. It was a trip I'd been planning for months, a summer of adventure like I'd dreamed of for over a decade. All on hold, for now.
  • Nicole Renard
    Published 2 months ago
    10 Can't Miss Coffee Shops in Los Angeles, CA

    10 Can't Miss Coffee Shops in Los Angeles, CA

    Before I moved to LA I knew nothing about coffee. My knowledge didn’t even go beyond the walls of the nearest Starbucks where I used to order a tall – whatever the most basic white girl drink is. (with almond milk – oooo, feisty I know)
  • Fatima Elmusbahi
    Published 2 months ago
    What I learnt from my first solo trip abroad

    What I learnt from my first solo trip abroad

    Travelling solo, lost in the wanderlust is something we all contemplate at some point. Be it before we commit to those years of college, or just before we see ourselves settling down and starting a family-we all want to be out there, putting the contentment of our adventures in the hands of the maps that navigate us.
  • Cohlab-NyC
    Published 2 months ago
    48 Hours In New York City – A Complete Itinerary From A Local

    48 Hours In New York City – A Complete Itinerary From A Local

    New York is a city like no other! The only city that can be exhausting and exhilarating, all at the same time. If this isn’t #1 on your bucket list, well, go on.. add it now!
  • Heather Lee
    Published 2 months ago
    She Left Her Heart In Colorado

    She Left Her Heart In Colorado

    She's ready. She's so unbelievably ready... So ready, in fact, that she's not even phased by the ungodly time of a 4am departure.
  • Abby Beth
    Published 2 months ago
    I'm Leaving Today

    I'm Leaving Today

    New York, what a beautiful city. Why would I know that? Well, that's easy. The city has been in countless movies and TV series available globally - yet it's popularity reaches deep into every person's heart. All of us would somehow has an image in mind of what New York looks like, whether it's the Statue of Liberty, Central Park or the yellow cabs.
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Activities
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 7 days ago
    Ibis Wembley

    Ibis Wembley

    I've stayed at this hotel three times: December 2015, April 2016 and December 2018. There are several hotels around Wembley but I chose Ibis the most as I've stayed in other Ibis hotels and had no issues with them. At the time of booking, it was the cheapest out of the others that were close by.
  • Traci Patterson
    Published 7 days ago
    Coronado Sunset

    Coronado Sunset

    COVID-19 Pandemic has left a mark around the world. Some are marks of loss or trauma. Others are those of beauty. On this evening - March 24, 2020 - it was definitely a mark of mystical beauty from Mother Nature. Coronado Island was moving at a slow pace and the majority of the beaches were empty do to the newly implemented state stay at home order in California.
  • Chloe Gilholy
    Published 7 days ago
    Oxford's Covered Market

    Oxford's Covered Market

    The Covered Market lies within the heart of Oxford City Centre. It is an indoor market that has made it's place in Oxfordshire History for showcasing local talent and independant stalls. The video on it's website claims over 50 shops do buisness in their premises. I know it has a lot of shops, but I was gobsmacked when I saw this. I didn't expect there to be over 50 places.
America
  • Josiah Schmucker
    Published 2 days ago
    Alaska to Patagonia

    Alaska to Patagonia

    After seeing the movie Into The Wild, a movie take on the adventure of Christopher McCandless I instantly had an urge to travel and specifically visit Alaska and some of the rawest continents on earth.
  • Josiah Schmucker
    Published 3 days ago
    Cordova, Alaska

    Cordova, Alaska

    After seeing the movie Into The Wild, a movie take on the adventure of Christopher McCandless I instantly had an urge to travel and specifically visit Alaska and some of the rawest continents on earth.
  • Jezlan Moyet
    Published 6 days ago
    Summer Lovin'

    Summer Lovin'

    As the world slowly spins again and we reemerge in the sun, it almost feels like a dream, a flash back, or a future filled with Summer Lovin'.
Asia
  • CmanTang
    Published 13 days ago
    Everything you should know about Thailand | Pattaya

    Everything you should know about Thailand | Pattaya

    Pattaya is located 154 kilometers southeast of the capital Bangkok, on the Gulf of Siam between the Indian Peninsula and the Malay Peninsula. Pattaya tourist area is known as "Oriental Hawaii" and is a world famous seaside tourist resort. Pattaya has a long and narrow white sandy beach of 3km. Visitors can choose various water activities here, or take a ferry or hydrofoil to enjoy leisurely fun. Tourists who like quietness can go to Jomtien Beach, which also has golden sunlight, soft sand and clear water, but it is much quieter than Pattaya. In addition to enjoying Sunny Beach, Pattaya also has other rich tourism resources, including temples, museums, amusement parks, and floating markets.
  • gemmy george
    Published 19 days ago
    Spend a Weekend at E3 Theme Park in Wayanad

    Spend a Weekend at E3 Theme Park in Wayanad

    ance of picturesque beauty. The verdant hills, mesmerizing waterfalls, scenic rivers, lush mountains, enchanting backwaters, exotic flora, and fauna are the largesse of mother earth to the globe. The globetrotters who are visiting Wayanad can also drop a visit to this newly emerged E3 Theme Park located in Neelome Wayanad district. This engaging family tourist spot is just 20 kilometers away from Manathavadi. This eco friendly park is indeed a boon from nature. Sundry fascinating, diverse, and delightful activities to indulge in this theme park will make you active for one whole day and since it makes your Kerala trip memorable.
  • CmanTang
    Published 28 days ago
    Everything you should know about Thailand | Bangkok

    Everything you should know about Thailand | Bangkok

    Bangkok, the capital and largest city of Thailand, is located in the center of the country, from Bangkok to Phuket in the south and Chiang Mai in the north. It takes almost the same amount of time. Bangkok is also known as the "City of Buddhism" because it has the most Buddhist temples in the world.
Budget Travel
  • Claire Raymond
    Published 30 days ago
    One Van No Plan: 5 Reasons You’ll Love Living In A Van

    One Van No Plan: 5 Reasons You’ll Love Living In A Van

    Whether you love or hate vanlife, you’ve got to admit it’s kind of interesting. I mean, who hasn’t secretly thought about jacking it all in and living on the open road? We’ve all thought about it at some point. Even those people who completely shit on the idea are secretly a bit jealous. Everyone’s vanlife experience is totally different and there are some negative things, of course. But there are some really great things about vanlife that pretty much everyone will love. 
  • Alexis Rose Junge
    Published about a month ago
    Travel the world as a broke 20 year old
  • Travel Expert
    Published about a month ago
    How to Travel as a Volunteer:

    How to Travel as a Volunteer:

    Traveling as a volunteer is something that many are searching for. Because it simply costs less, and it gives you the ability to help humanity in more ways than one.
Culture
  • Drew Johnston
    Published 8 days ago
    The Trip of a Lifetime

    The Trip of a Lifetime

    Tanzania was the most important trip that I have ever been on. The first reason for this is because it sparked my love of travel. The second is that it was an amazing and rewarding experience that I will never forget. This was my first mission trip and I can't wait to go on another. If you ever get the chance to go on any sort of trip that lets you volunteer, definitely take that opportunity.
  • Frankie Mae
    Published 25 days ago
    An Eventful Journey

    An Eventful Journey

    Some people's idea of torture is watching a loved one in pain or being interrogated for information. My idea of torture is a long train journey... With crying children... And a hen party in the same carriage.

I'm not anti social by any means but seriously some people just have no awareness of the world around them! I mean would it be too much to ask for the parents to fill their baby's bottle with vodka or for the hen to accidentally get pushed under the train creating a more sombre and respectful atmosphere? I know exactly what you're thinking; why not book the quiet carriage? Well apart from the fact that they don't allow you to use devices like tablets etc even with headphones... I don't see why I should have to. Why should I have to suffer and change my life to accommodate people who give absolutely no consideration for others? Take this hen group for example. They've booked tickets separately, rather than as a group, and therefore their allocated seats are spread out throughout the carriage. Now instead of sitting in their twos and threes and keeping to themselves like any normal, considerate person would, they're continuing their conversations by shouting across the carriage at each other. Did I mention their also from Glasgow? Oh yes so not only are the rest of us having to listen to their drivel, we're having to listen to it in a high nasal accent. Think Rab C. Nesbit but 2 pitches higher and in surround sound...
  • Geomara Flores
    Published about a month ago
    The Tourist You Didn't Know You Were

    The Tourist You Didn't Know You Were

    The lack of appreciation for your surroundings happens to the best of us. The effect of getting swallowed up by the daily routine is soul sucking.
Europe
  • Elaine Gallagher
    Published a day ago
    Sweet Sorrento

    Sweet Sorrento

    On our trip to Italy last year we decided to stay an extra day in Sorrento. Sorrento is a city that breathes the life of Italy, the Italian culture and the beauty of the coast. Lazy days walking the streets shopping, looking out into the clear blue water and eating delicacies along the way was our last taste of Italy in beautiful Sorrento. Sorrento is a coastal town on the Sorrentine Peninsula in southwestern Italy. It faces the Bay of Naples. It is known for its water view and for cafe-lined streets in the famous Piazza Tasso.
  • The Alchemist Diaries
    Published 13 days ago
    Venturing into Terra-Incognita

    Venturing into Terra-Incognita

    As I sit in my room while we are in the midst of a global pandemic that has devoured thousands of people across the globe, my mind wanders off to the days when we were free enough to travel across the globe and have adventures. I am not sure what the future holds for me in the post-covid era so I want to utilize this time to write about my travel experience to Europe. This was my first time traveling alone and it was an exciting experience. The solo-travel inspiration came from a friend who traveled alone before and booking a tour group to do it came from another concerned friend who feared for my safety. I felt safer booking a tour that made all the arrangements as a first-time solo traveler. I grew up in many cities as my parents were always moving across the country. A predominant part of my childhood memories consists of packing, unpacking, moving, adjusting to a different climate-culture-people and then bidding them adieu as if my entire life was teaching me to let go. To some, it was a broken childhood and to some, it was a life full of new experiences but to me, it was all I had. What I really wanted in life was to escape, to dream, to do more, to be more and travel all the distant and friendly lands. This felt like my chance to live my dream, so off I went to London.
  • WeeManWanders
    Published 14 days ago
    Stac Pollaidh

    Stac Pollaidh

    After a rare day of great weather in the Scottish Highlands, we decided to go all out for this particular sunset. Myself and my two companions set off from our home in Ullapool, Scotland and made the thirty minute journey to one of the many picturesque mountains nearby - Stac Pollaidh.
Female Travel
  • Shane
    Published about a month ago
    Live it up!! Bi*@H

    Live it up!! Bi*@H

    I need a vacation asap!!! My friend and I were talking about leaving and going on vacation for the past 6 months. We haven't seen each other in the last 8 months so it was long over due. She stayed in another city and I had just move back to North Carolina after staying in another state for about 4 years. A lot of things had changed since the last time we seen each other but at the end of the day that was still my girl so it was time to get turnt up for the summer. Our friend wanted us to come to Florida for her Birthday for a week. Can I say, Perfect Timing!! My friend and I scheduled the time off of work and got everything ready for the trip. We got the car rental, food, and drinks for the 10 hour drive. We was Geeked!! The traffic was not as bad as we thought and we only stopped a few times. It was my second time being in Florida so I already knew how the weather was going to be and that's what I was looking forward to.
  • Floating in My Head
    Published 2 months ago
    Disconnecting to Reconnect

    Disconnecting to Reconnect

    Dust in my eyes, a dense jungle landscape surrounding our path, the low rumbling of ATV engines in the background, and the voice of our guide saying “Please! Take as many pictures and videos as you want, but don’t talk and don’t yell. This is where the puma, snakes, and jaguars come to drink of water and we don’t want to be their lunch.” This was the scene about an hour into our “Mexico adventure”. Standing in the initial weight of that statement, I was reminded that, as a group, we decided to trade our unlimited Don Julio margaritas and poolside cabanas for this; for adventure, but this part of the adventure wasn’t advertised. Let’s go back to the beginning.
  • gray peters
    Published 2 months ago
    Developing the New Normal

    Developing the New Normal

    I dream of better days with warmer skies. The lack of human interaction causes my mental health to drain, creating a biome of thoughts I'm desperate to escape from.
How To
  • Dines Rohila
    Published 22 days ago
    How to Start a Travel Blog

    How to Start a Travel Blog

    No doubt a travelling blog is one of the most popular way to earn money online. So before starting the topic, we need to understand two questions : - What is a travel blog ?
  • Jack Harper
    Published 26 days ago
    How Tourism Industry Changed Amidst Covid-19 - Cleanliness is the key

    How Tourism Industry Changed Amidst Covid-19 - Cleanliness is the key

    Everything will change post-pandemic, the way we live, eat, or travel. Most importantly, enhanced cleaning will become a popular trend towards the prevention of the deadly virus. Cleanliness, of course, will be a top concern of all tourism and hospitality industries worldwide. Many tourism and hotel groups have already introduced new policies.
  • Brittney Maddox
    Published 2 months ago
    How To: Life on Wheels

    How To: Life on Wheels

    We see it more and more every day - people living and traveling in their mobile home on wheels. But how exactly did they get to that point, and how can I do something similar?
Humanity
  • Raquel Teixeira
    Published 4 days ago
    On the Move

    On the Move

    What if you could take a train in São Bento station, right in the heart of Porto, and go all the way to Ho Chi Minh City, in Vietnam? “On the move” goes on the longest train journey in the world - 17 thousand kilometres across 11 countries - telling the story of a life on a train, but also the life of a micro-society on the move. By starting conversations with a smile, sometimes without the language of words in common, the truth of our oneness becomes undeniable. The love of a stranger feels like any other love, so there must be only one love, is that not so?
  • Arslay Joseph
    Published 19 days ago
    The Urban Spectacle

    The Urban Spectacle

    Plaza Catalunya is the symbol of commercialism in Barcelona. The cramped local spots that characterize other parts of the city were absent. Instead of Spanish and Catalan storefronts, it's home to some of the biggest brands in the world: Zara, Louis Vuitton, McDonald’s. Here, not only could you get by on English, but it was the language of choice.
  • Paul Forshtay
    Published 25 days ago
    Bought a Ticket; Took a Ride

    Bought a Ticket; Took a Ride

    Old Town looked deserted and decrepit; almost sinister in its emptiness. Despite the lack of cars and the dark doorsteps of businesses long since deserted for the evening, I knew Kaktus Kate’s would be open around the bend. Their crowd might not be boisterously active on the Friday after the Fourth of July in Cottonwood, Arizona, but there’s comfort to be had in a small gathering of self-righteous millennialectuals sipping IPAs and discussing unchangeable concepts of a democratic republic. I say “comforting” only in the sense one can drown them out with jukebox music more successfully than one finds themselves capable amongst slobbering drunks.
Lgbt Travel
  • Nat Bar
    Published 10 days 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 2 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.
  • Sophia-Helene Mees de Tricht
    Published 5 months ago
    Milestones For Dipshits

    Milestones For Dipshits

    CW: Sea Story. Expect Coarse Language, Sexual Objectification, Terrible Fashion Choices.
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Travel Advice
  • Misaki Ayuzawa
    Published 3 days ago
    IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON TOURISM
  • Isaac A
    Published 5 days ago
    Airbnb in the age of self-care

    Airbnb in the age of self-care

    Hi there. If you made it far enough to read this line, thank you for the effort. It may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie, but at one point we were not able to connect almost instantaneously via social media, and traveling to places we only dreamed of cost a fortune, and starting a business was a much more significant investment in the resources of time and energy.
  • Paula C. Henderson
    Published 14 days ago
    Las Vegas ReOpens

    Las Vegas ReOpens

    Las Vegas Has Re-Opened
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