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Bangkok Tips For The First-Timer
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Bangkok Tips For The First-Timer

Oh, Bangkok. What will we ever do with you? Some love it, some hate it, some have both feelings towards it — often at the same time. It grabs travelers for indefinite amounts of time when they were simply passing through. It’s conflicted, it’s beautiful, it’s Bangkok, and we wouldn’t have it any […]

Budget Friendly Tips On Bike’n It Around The World
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Budget Friendly Tips On Bike’n It Around The World

It just so happens that exactly one year ago I was ripping around Beijing in a wolfpack of other cyclists. First I headed South, through Tian’anmen Square to the Pearl Market. Then I took my new knock-off iPod over to the Temple of Heaven and back to a market near Tian’anmen for some tea and Dim Sum. For the afternoon […]

Frommer Watch: Cheap Bus Edition
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Frommer Watch: Cheap Bus Edition

If you’re traveling anywhere in the Northeast this summer, this one’s for you. In his most recent posting, Art’s blogging about the proliferation of dirt-cheap bus lines operating in the Northeast, including Megabus, Boltbus, Fung Wah, DC2NY, and Vamoosebus. And to help you out finding the best deals, a Kayak […]

Want To Be A Good Travel Writer? Follow These Tips
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Want To Be A Good Travel Writer? Follow These Tips

Sure, not everyone is a writer, but think about it, aren’t we all, to one degree or another, a travel writer? You may not write articles for some fancy, multi-billion dollar global conglomerate like the New York Times or TheExpeditioner.com, but think about it, how many of us write travel […]

Three Sites You Should Know For Traveling Cheap
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Three Sites You Should Know For Traveling Cheap

My eyes usually begin to gloss over when I start to read those articles about someone’s “tips to traveling cheap.” Don’t fly during major holidays. Shop around online for the best ticket. Pass when the hotel manager offers you the penthouse suite with the champagne-filled jacuzzi. But I did like […]

Packing Too Much Crap
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Packing Too Much Crap

Today, I ventured to the infamous Lavalle. It’s a street — or more like a pedestrian’s haven — in Buenos Aires where the worry of maniacal motorists is replaced with an occasional bumping of shoulders. This walkway is lined with shops, pancho (hotdog) stands and buskers throughout the day, creating an energy of […]

6 Trips To Satisfy Your Badass
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6 Trips To Satisfy Your Badass

I’m not a guy that does real well when there’s nothing to do. Sitting on a beach for five days, although nice, just doesn’t give my restlessness the fulfillment it needs. I wouldn’t call myself a full-on adrenaline junkie, but I do have a tendency to jump off the top […]

Psst! This Is Where You Go To Avoid Tourists In Costa Rica
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Psst! This Is Where You Go To Avoid Tourists In Costa Rica

So you’ve been hearing great things about Costa Rica, and you’ve been wanting to head there yourself to experience some of the outdoor adventures and impeccable beaches the country’s known for. But, as the year’s gone on, you’ve started to have second thoughts: it seems like everyone who goes to […]

Know Your Passenger Rights!
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Know Your Passenger Rights!

I had no idea I could be compensated for a delay. I thought delays were just part and parcel of taking the plane,  domestic and international. Apparently we have rights as travelers, something worth considering when sitting for an overnight delay or last-minute cancellation. You could get a food voucher! I would […]

Traveling Alone Without Loneliness
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Traveling Alone Without Loneliness

It is all too familiar of a feeling when traveling solo, or even with someone: loneliness. You miss your friends, your family, the luxuries back home, your bicycle, your crappy job. It can be overwhelming, especially if you are traveling for an indefinite time period, and at times you want […]

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