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100 Natural Wonders Of The World
"I want to go to there" & KRISATOMIC "I want to go to there" & KRISATOMIC Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany by Luiz Pires There are so many places I want to see, I’ve been browsing and bookmarking and basically putting together travel porn (oh dear, that phrase isn’t going to be good for my blog search results is it). I’m going to Nice in may and maybe Davos in the summer, so that should satisfy me for the year. If I had unlimited funds I’d do a leisurely Trans Siberian Railway route through Russia and then travel around China and Japan.
Shore Beauty: The World's 10 Most Amazing Beaches | WebEcoist Beaches mark the borders between sea and land, and as such have unique characteristics derived from both geological parents (no wonder everyone wants a beach home). These 10 amazing beaches showcase the best, the brightest and the most sublime sandy shores ever to rock your world! Red Beach, Kaihalulu, Hawaii (images via: Patrick Smith and Xigre) Shore Beauty: The World's 10 Most Amazing Beaches | WebEcoist
Americas Top 10 Road Trips - StumbleUpon Americas Top 10 Road Trips - StumbleUpon With summer around the corner, the open road beckons. In that spirit, we present our favorite American road trips from the West to the East. Some are well-known destinations and others are off the beaten path. Several are steeped in history, while a few pursue remote, wild beauty.
The Palace of Happiness in Bhutan. Chris Guillebeau AC360° Contributor When you first head off to places in the world that are a lot different from where you live, a number of things change. Anderson Cooper 360: Blog Archive - 28 things I wish I'd known... Anderson Cooper 360: Blog Archive - 28 things I wish I'd known...
In Search of Ancient Ireland. Ireland Photo Tour | PBS
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Mopeds in Mykonos | Travel for Love Mopeds in Mykonos | Travel for Love I have a friend getting married soon who’s honeymooning on the Greek Islands. Her planning is reminding me of the only time I’ve been to Greece, on a Mediterranean cruise with my mom, and one particularly fun day we spent on Mykonos. Mom and I learned quickly that we did not want to be anywhere near the cruise ship tours where you get herded around town with 20 other people following a guide all day. When we landed in Mykonos we let the rest of the passengers rush to their tours and enjoyed a leisurely breakfast. We got to talking to a nice couple who were also enjoying a later breakfast and avoiding the ship tours. Cindy and Phil mentioned they planned on renting scooters for the day and invited us to join them.
How Cruise Lines Fill All Those Unsold Cruise Cabins | How Life Works Last Updated: 1/01/2014 21:21 PST A luxury cruise is one of life’s pure joys. Today’s modern cruise liners are engineering marvels; floating 5-star hotels that offer the best service, accommodation, cuisine, and activities. They visit exotic locales, with non-stop relaxation or stimulation, depending on your pleasure. Over the past few years, cruise companies have spared no expense and literally invested billions in jaw-dropping super ships. How Cruise Lines Fill All Those Unsold Cruise Cabins | How Life Works
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Travel etiquette 101: body language - travel tips and articles - Lonely Planet You step over someone’s legs in Nepal and don’t even realize you’ve committed a grave social taboo! Although most locals will excuse breaches in etiquette, wouldn’t you rather be informed? Read below for a list of etiquette tips, taken from our various guidebooks, to help you navigate different parts of the world. 1. In Asia, never touch any part of someone else's body with your foot, which is considered the 'lowest' part of the body. Travel etiquette 101: body language - travel tips and articles - Lonely Planet
20 free attractions in London - travel tips and articles - Lonely Planet - StumbleUpon Who cares if London's hotels and restaurants tend to be on the expensive side? No city in the world has more free stuff to do. In addition to world-class museums without a ticket admission, you get the parks, canal walks, super markets (Portobello Road Market at Notting Hill Gate, Camden Market at Chalk Farm Rd, wonderful Columbia Road Flower Market at Gosset St in East London etc) and maybe some royal-spotting, and you can fill a life. London, thank you! Here's the mere start of the free list: 1. 20 free attractions in London - travel tips and articles - Lonely Planet - StumbleUpon
Sasha Cagen: Five Reasons to Travel Alone During 2010, as I traveled alone through France, Brazil, Colombia and Argentina, I regularly encountered people who found it courageous of me to travel alone. I remember a hairstylist in Bogota. As she blow-dryed my hair, she told me she couldn't picture it. I asked her why. She couldn't really say. So it goes. Sasha Cagen: Five Reasons to Travel Alone
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pack-like-a-pro-with-the-bundled-wrapping-method-301435.php from lifehacker.com pack-like-a-pro-with-the-bundled-wrapping-method-301435.php from lifehacker.com I've used this method for over a dozen years, and many hundreds of flights. Though there have been a number of TSA inspections along the way (and several equivalents in other countries), I've yet to have anyone unwrap my clothing bundle. If they did, though, I would simply rewrap it ... takes less than a minute, about the same time as it would take me to repack my clothes using any other method (faster, in fact, than either rolling or packing in individual plastic bags, both of which are decidedly inferior methods — albeit better than simply "folding and stacking"). 9/20/07 7:27am
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If you're like many young students graduating from high school or college, you're probably planning a little time off -- perhaps a trip abroad in that great American tradition of backpacking. But stuffing whatever you happen to have lying around your room into a bag is a terrible idea for such a journey. You'll want to be properly prepared, and, if you're anything like us, that means making sure you've got the right tech tucked away in the deep recesses of that brand new 70-liter pack you picked up. Best Backpacking Gadgets for Your Summer Travels
Catching one of nature’s jaw-dropping light shows, the auroras, can be a chilly experience, especially in the northern hemisphere. Away from the distracting city lights and city comforts and into dark, cold wilderness can be a daunting experience for some. So for those of us who would still like to catch a glimpse of the awe-inspiring northern lights, but would prefer to be relatively warm, there is a place out in northern Finland, amongst the reindeer, where you can find a field of igloos. Except the igloos here are not made from snow. Instead, the igloos here are made from glass that might be mistaken for clear transparent ice. This is Hotel Kakslauttanen, where the experience of viewing the northern lights can be done from a comfortable bed in a warm room with a special glass that keeps all the heat in. Hotel Igloo Village | Vidafine
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What $1 buys around the world - travel tips and articles - Lonely Planet At Lonely Planet, we're big fans of the travel bargain. After all, the first guide we produced was Asia on the Cheap - and then Southeast Asia on a Shoestring. Just recently we've had articles about countries that can still be travelled on the cheap and how to cope in Copenhagen if you're down to your last krone. Little surprise then that we loved Contemporary Nomad's blog post about what $1 can buy you in the Philippines. The answer?
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20 Awesomely Untranslatable Words from Around the World | Matador Network
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49 Beautiful Shots Of Edinburgh | ScottishApartment.com - StumbleUpon
Get Paid to Travel the World - Travel Writing Tips | The Lost Girls
25 Things You Didn’t Know About Iceland | Iceland Travel Guide
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100+ Things to Know If You're Going to Italy | Italy In SF
Europes Top 25 Castles - The Best Castles in Europe
In pictures: romantic travel destinations - StumbleUpon
20 Things I've Learned From Traveling Around the World for Three Years
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Photoblog - Snow falling across Europe creates a wintry scene in Venice
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Thatched houses in England | World Travel
Backpack Europe on Budget--Backpacking and travel info for budget travelers.
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10 Best Places to Live for Escaping World Conflict | Expatify - StumbleUpon
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BUG Europe - the Backpackers Ultimate guide to budget travel in Europe
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