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Neuschwanstein Castle in Bavaria, Germany by Luiz Pires
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 ).
With summer around the corner, the open road beckons.
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.
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.
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Nov 1, 2012 12:18:55 PM Robert Reid Lonely Planet Author
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.
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.
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.
Sep 28, 2010 2:54:04 AM Jane Nethercote Lonely Planet Author
What is the first thing that pops in your mind when you hear the word countryside ?
There are at least 250,000 words in the English language. However, to think that English – or any language – could hold enough expression to convey the entirety of the human experience is as arrogant of an assumption as it is naive. Read this article en Español