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Strippers On Rickshaws: Absolute Brilliance

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Yup, my first post after “tying the knot” is likely to land me on the couch by new wife. During a neverending search for the ultimate bachelor party — which ended up at a martini-soaked karaoke bar in the middle of a cattle ranch — my friend happened to come across the PoleRiders blog and […]

The Rise Of The London Cycling Cafe

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The FT is reporting the latest trend in the London coffee scene: bikers! No, the Hells Angels have not taken to sipping Mochachinos and chai lattes in their free time. We’re talking about the old-fashioned, manual kind of bikes, the ones that have become oh-so-popular with the coffee-drinking, Millennial set. As the paper notes, just […]

Say Goodbye To Cheap NYC Lodging?

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

A new law was passed this month in New York that could potentially be a big headache for apartment renters and the budget-conscious travelers that love them. The New York Assembly passed a bill that would make it illegal for homeowners to offer rentals of their property for less than 30 days, essentially deeming such […]

How Many Of The Top 21 Modern Structures Have You Come Across In Your Travels?

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

I enjoy tasting new, unique food. I love meeting new friends and getting to know the local culture. But, if there’s one thing I’m guilty of taking more pleasure in than anything else while traveling, it’s in seeing buildings. Guess what makes up about 90% of the photos I take while on the road? Yup, […]

Happy Canada Day: Long Live Kraft Dinners

Thursday, July 1, 2010

As 20% of TheExpeditioner.com is Canadian, I’d like to take this opportunity to wish our readers a happy Canada Day. Also, did you know Canadians call Kraft’s “Macaroni & Cheese,” “Kraft Dinner”? True story.

UPS Luggage Box: 1, Airline Luggage Fee: 0

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Jaunted is reporting that almost $800 million dollars of checked baggage fees were handed over to the airlines this year. In a money-strapped industry, I can’t see them waving those fees out of the goodness in their hearts anytime soon. So the masterminds behind UPS saw an opportunity, and they came up with a little innovation that will give […]

Not In Town For The 2010 Travel Blog Exchange Conference? Some Alternatives

Friday, June 25, 2010

This weekend marks the second annual Travel Blog Exchange conference, where bloggers, writers, industry-insiders, and two confirmed Eskimos (I know, weird, huh?) will be in New York City for a weekend full of scholarly lectures, liquid-fueled mixers, and almost certain World Cup-viewing excursions. Unfortunately for most, the conference sold out months ago, but fortunately for […]

Your Guide To Dodging The G20

Friday, June 25, 2010

Yesterday there was tension in the air. Riding around downtown Toronto, doing some errands, it was clear that drivers and transit-drivers seemed to be in a foul mood. Maybe it’s the increased police presence or the closure of the city’s businesses, but the car-honks and streetcar-dinging were just the minor displays of frustration and irritation. […]

Which Epic Sporting Event Would You Go To This Summer?

Friday, June 25, 2010

So, now that it’s officially summer on the calendar, and Montana has finally caught up to the idea of “summer,” I’m getting pretty jacked up. I say this because, as I was watching the morning session of Sportcenter to catch up on missed World Cup action, I realized the World Cup is just a sliver of […]

Human Ants in Guatemala

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Special thanks to The Expeditioner´s readers for support given to Guatemala when duel disasters struck May 2010. Though bound by the usual array of parental rules as a child, when I sat next to an ant hill, it was as if I were an omnipotent God. Gazing down from on high, I would sometimes bestow Fruit […]

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