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The Personality Of A Traveler
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The Personality Of A Traveler

By Nancy Lewis We all have different personalities in different situations. Or rather, we show different parts of our personalities to different people. I find that I am organized and punctual at work, but easy-going and relaxed with my friends. I’m friendly and outgoing at parties, but introspective when I’m […]

Is Travel Actually Gender Specific? My Problem With “Eat, Pray, Love”
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Is Travel Actually Gender Specific? My Problem With “Eat, Pray, Love”

I never read Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Eat, Pray, Love.” I don’t plan on reading it, either. I have nothing against the premise or the author, I simply have not gotten around to holding a copy in my hands nor have I felt the urge to. As a traveling female. I sometimes […]

Traveling Mission Statement
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Traveling Mission Statement

A poem from iPoems for the Dolphins to Click Home About For those who wish to stand before the horizon and smile at its attainability, for those who desire to enter the culture of the world, to walk in the paths of past kings, to fluently speak the language of […]

Compassion In Cambodia: A Traveler’s Dilemna
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Compassion In Cambodia: A Traveler’s Dilemna

Compassion comes in many forms. You can give away your life savings, some extra change in your pocket, or a bottle of water to a thirsty child. It’s easy to change one person’s life, but much more difficult to change many. In fact, I think it’s probably near impossible to change […]

An Unconventional Birthright: One Cynic’s Journey Through Israel
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An Unconventional Birthright: One Cynic’s Journey Through Israel

By Alexandra Bregman It is fitting that I would struggle to write an article about Israel. Like this article, Israeli convictions (and territories) often waver on shaky, polarized ground when it comes to the spiritual and the political. I recently returned from my Birthright trip to Israel, and after many […]

Lest We Forget: A Tribute To Travelers Who Never Returned
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Lest We Forget: A Tribute To Travelers Who Never Returned

There is always an element of danger associated with travel. That’s why we do it. Whether it’s the rush of adrenaline from hiking foreign terrain, the thrill of adapting to a different culture, or the induced nausea from testing your palate, we seek adventure when we go abroad. We want to […]

Beating The Travel Blues When You Are Alone
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Beating The Travel Blues When You Are Alone

Traveling solo can be daunting and, often times, exhausting. It pushes you mentally, emotionally and physically. Not only can you have a cerebral malfunction due to a cultural overload, but you have to learn to do things by yourself. However, it is through traveling alone that one can experience a […]

Are You An Introverted Or Extroverted Traveler?
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Are You An Introverted Or Extroverted Traveler?

This morning I sat in solace, not loneliness, over a cup of coffee clicking through e-mails, enticed by Facebook statuses and reading the worldwide news of travel. The quietness was a welcome change. The past few days have whirled by in a frantic haze. Trying to organize life’s simplest tasks […]

The Evolution Of Travel Writing Starting With Dickens
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The Evolution Of Travel Writing Starting With Dickens

With accessibility to the internet and traveling becoming a hobby, travel writers are not few and far between. Just the other day, someone asked, “Why do people want to write about travel? Travel writers are everywhere. Why don’t they do something different, something edgy?” Truthfully, the question was humbling, and […]

Is “Sex And The City 2″ The Worst Travel Movie Ever?
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Is “Sex And The City 2″ The Worst Travel Movie Ever?

Maybe it’s a little unfair to write about Sex and the City 2, a movie I have not seen, or one, for that matter, I have no intention of seeing anytime soon (which, given the recent box office numbers — it barely beat Marmaduke in its second week of release […]

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