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2010 New York Times Travel Show Blog (Day 2: How To Call Cheap Abroad)
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2010 New York Times Travel Show Blog (Day 2: How To Call Cheap Abroad)

One of the booths that caught my eye this year was the one for OneSimCard.com. As you know, I normally don’t shill travel-related products on the site, but this thing makes way too much sense […]

2010 New York Times Travesl Show Blog (Day 2: Special Frommer Watch Edition)
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2010 New York Times Travesl Show Blog (Day 2: Special Frommer Watch Edition)

Day two of the Travel Show kicked off Saturday morning with none other than the emperor of excursion, the maharajah of movement, the tycoon of travel himself, Arthur Frommer, and his spawn of sightseeing, Pauline […]

2010 New York Times Travel Show Blog (Day 1: When I Was Your Age I Trudged Through A Foot Of Snow To Get To The Show)
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2010 New York Times Travel Show Blog (Day 1: When I Was Your Age I Trudged Through A Foot Of Snow To Get To The Show)

The last thing I’d normally think to do after waking up before 7 a.m. on my day off from work and seeing over a foot of snow gathered on the streets is, “I can’t wait […]

What Are The 12 Worst Looking Airports In The World?
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What Are The 12 Worst Looking Airports In The World?

Travel + Leisure has come out with their list of the “World’s Ugliest Airports,” a catalog of the world’s 12 biggest visual disasters in the world of aviation. Not surprisingly, some of the world’s most […]

2010 NYT Travel Show: Like Woodstock, But With Carpeting
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2010 NYT Travel Show: Like Woodstock, But With Carpeting

There’s only one thing that’s getting me out of bed and trekking to Manhattan’s Far, Far West Side in the blistering cold at 7:30 in the morning on a weekend. Yes, it’s that time of […]

Nude Travel: The Last Frontier?
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Nude Travel: The Last Frontier?

I have to admit, though I have not partaken in this form of travel, the opportunity nude travel offers in the form of traveling lightly by way of packing a minimal amount of clothing is […]

2010 Olympics Day 8: Cross Country Skiing And Barenaked Ladies (Not That Kind)
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2010 Olympics Day 8: Cross Country Skiing And Barenaked Ladies (Not That Kind)

I survived the hangover of 2010, and got up early this morning so I could catch a bus to Whistler Olympic Park, about 9 km down the Sea-To-Sky Highway from Whistler Village. I had a […]

2010 Olympics Day 6: Men’s Downhill And Whistler’s Olympic Revelry
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2010 Olympics Day 6: Men’s Downhill And Whistler’s Olympic Revelry

My head could spontaneous explode at any moment, so if this blog stops randomly in the middle of a sentence, someone call my parents. The showcase event of any Olympics is the men’s downhill skiing […]

2010 Olympics Days 4-5: Luge (The Wildest Sport On Earth)
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2010 Olympics Days 4-5: Luge (The Wildest Sport On Earth)

I believe I described skeleton, right here on TheExpeditioner.com, as “extreme headfirst sledding, in tights, somewhere within Avatar’s Pandora.” I still hold that to be true (stay tuned, there might be some tickets for these […]

Olympics Day 3: 12 Hours In Vancouver (Mardi Gras — Olympics Style)
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Olympics Day 3: 12 Hours In Vancouver (Mardi Gras — Olympics Style)

There’s really no excuse for me to only spend 12 hours in a city like this, or any city for that matter, but alas, I’m trying to keep a schedule. Vancouver: bustling, urban, chic, innovative, […]

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