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No Carry-Ons For U.S. Bound Passengers From Canada
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No Carry-Ons For U.S. Bound Passengers From Canada

Since Christmas, it appears that flyers bound for the U.S. from Canada are going to have to pack a little lighter. In the wake of an attempted attack on Delta Airline Flight 253, Canada has tightened security in the nation’s airports, brought to my attention by an article in The […]

Looking Back And Looking Ahead: TheExpeditioner Contributor Luke Armstrong
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Looking Back And Looking Ahead: TheExpeditioner Contributor Luke Armstrong

Happy New Year Everyone! In the midst of all the “2009 Travel Trends” articles, “Best Destinations of 2010″ previews, and “The Past Decade in Travel,” it’s hard not to feel a bit nostalgic this time of year. All of us at TheExpeditioner.com put our collective heads together and decided to add our […]

11 Amazing Pictures Of The Burj
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11 Amazing Pictures Of The Burj

Check out these 11 amazing pictures from Spiegel of the newly-opened Burj, “Dubai’s newest symbol of megalomaniacal opulence [that] can be seen from Bedouin oases in the desert up to 100 kilometers away.” I like picture #4 which describes how the so-called “Chimney Effect” would work on the massive tower: […]

Where To Go For Ethical Travel In 2010
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Where To Go For Ethical Travel In 2010

Other than checking out the Vancouver Olympics, there are some ideas kicking around for what to do in the New Year. If your resolution happens to be traveling to places where your conscience remains intact, then check out this article from The Star of the Top Ten Ethical Places to […]

Hands Down, The Best Views In The World
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Hands Down, The Best Views In The World

It’s the cliché, “pictures don’t do it justice” phenomenon, yet, it may be true. What gets me is how these invoke your curiosity. It leads me to wonder what, and where, is possible in the world. I will never forget when I rounded a corner along the Parks Highway in […]

The World’s Best Job Winner Has A Brush With Death
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The World’s Best Job Winner Has A Brush With Death

… or should that read, “So-called” World’s Best Job Winner? Ben Southall, the winner of that hyped Barrier Island caretaker gig off the coast of Queensland, Austraila, was jet skiing with some friends when he had a little run in with 5 millimeters of venomous fury, otherwise known as the […]

Where Are The Top 5 Biggest New Year’s Eve Parties Around The World?
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Where Are The Top 5 Biggest New Year’s Eve Parties Around The World?

Not content with listing the best New Year’s parties in the world (everyone knows this occurs at TheExpeditioner.com’s annual New Year’s party where we break out the bottles of Boone’s Farm and Twister for a rockin’ evening), I decided to find out where the biggest parties in the world take […]

Tips To Quench That Olympic Fever- There’s Still Time!
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Tips To Quench That Olympic Fever- There’s Still Time!

Don’t ask why, but I randomly searched to see if there were still tickets for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics coming up in February. Surprisingly, there were, and I gave a fist pump when I saw “available”  next to men’s freestyle skiing. That got me thinking, “bet I’m not the only […]

Frommer’s (Almost) Top Ten Destinations for 2010
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Frommer’s (Almost) Top Ten Destinations for 2010

The ‘09 is wrapping up, a phenomenal year for TheExpeditioner and, well, travel in general (when is it not?). I think my eyes are actually welling up. Reflection aside, we look to the future. Where are your top spots you’d like to get to in 2010? Frommer’s offers their top […]

Budget Travel Still In Business
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Budget Travel Still In Business

As is being reported today, Budget Travel magazine will not be closing down (rumors we reported on a couple weeks ago), but instead is being sold off by the Washington Post to private investment firm Fletcher Asset Management Inc. And layoffs? Fletcher has reportedly “agreed to keep almost all of […]

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