The 8 Types Of Travel Romances

Sunday, January 10, 2010

By Carrie Thompson Love can strike you anytime, anywhere, especially when you’re traveling. It’s like the Swine Flu of emotions. Whether you’re traveling with a long-time partner, or sharing a brief kiss outside a club, there is no doubt romance and traveling go together like nothing else. Of course there are all sorts and durations […]

Buenos Aires On Foot

Saturday, January 9, 2010

It was some weeks ago that I was on my way to Recoleta, a barrio in Buenos Aires, to check out Latin America’s largest bookstore. I decided to take the bus as opposed to the underground because the routes are a bit more comprehensive. That day, by chance, a young man asked to sit next […]

The Best Travel Movie Of The Turn Of The Century?

Friday, January 8, 2010

. . . Okay, maybe not the best, but it’s got to be at least in the top five or so. Having watched Warner Herzog’s “Encounters at the End of the World” for the first time last night, I was astounded by the fact that such a simple premise — hang out in Antarctica for […]

Looking Back And Looking Ahead: Editor-In-Chief Matt Stabile Drops Some Knowledge On Us

Friday, January 8, 2010

Manning the controls of TheExpeditioner can often be a delicate waltz (something like Seinfeld’s Elaine Benes might be more accurate). Here, Matt lets us into his 2010 plans and lessons learned along his ’09 travels. 2010 Destinations: There are extremely cheap flights from the U.S. to Central America this winter, so I’m hoping to get down […]

What To Do At The 2010 Olympic Games

Thursday, January 7, 2010

It’s almost ethereal to think that my home-and-native-land gets to host the 2010 Winter Olympics in just over a month. I am proud that British Columbia gets to flaunt its grandiose beauty to the world. Back home in Toronto, a friend from Vancouver told me an apt description of the province’s landscape: Rural Ontario is […]

New York To Orlando: “Suck It”

Thursday, January 7, 2010

It was announced this week that New York City had 45.25 million tourists last year, making it the U.S.’ top city for travel for the first time since 1990, surpassing Orlando, Florida. Of these visitors, 36.7 million came from the U.S., while a healthy 8.6 million came from abroad (though they spent five times as […]

Video: Out To Lunch For Ceviche In Lima

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Wouldn’t it be great if every meal you had while traveling was with a knowledgeable chef, there at your side, describing the food and making recommendations for what’s good in the ‘hood? Here’s your chance to experience what that would be like in Lima, Peru, where the order of the day is, of course, ceviche, […]

Looking Back And Looking Ahead: Managing Editor Jon Wick Tells All

Thursday, January 7, 2010

  Fresh off a year teaching and traveling the Far East, Jon is now in Montana studying the art of skiing powder and looking for any excuse to post a picture of “The Wonder Girls” on this site. 2010 Destinations: I’ve recently been offered an irresistible square meter of floor space in Whistler during the […]

Five Free Things To Do In London

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

To many it seems as though the bigger the city, the more expensive it is to live there. Rumor has it that cities such as Tokyo, New York City and London are just too expensive to live in. Even as a Toronto-dweller, I always get asked how I can afford to live there. So, how […]

Looking Back And Looking Ahead: Contributor Brittany Weaver Shares Her Travels

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Brit is holding down South America for TheExped, specifically Buenos Aires, and perhaps eating some of the best beef imaginable. She shares her thoughts of ’09 and possible destinations for 2010 with us. 2010 Destinations 2010 will start, for me, out of need. I have to renew my tourist visa, thus Uruguay, being a popular choice, is […]

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