The Expeditioner Presents (Episode 2): Guatemala with Luke Armstrong [Video]
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The Expeditioner Presents (Episode 2): Guatemala with Luke Armstrong [Video]

The Expeditioner Presents (Episode 2): Guatemala with Luke Armstrong In the second episode of The Expeditioner Presents, I sit down with Luke Armstrong to discuss Guatemala. Luke backpacked his way through Latin America after college and ended up in Guatemala for several years working as the director for La Asociación […]

Teaching English In Turkey: My Experience As An EFL Teacher
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Teaching English In Turkey: My Experience As An EFL Teacher

Why should you consider teaching English in Turkey? First off, Istanbul makes for a great place to begin an exploration into Middle Eastern culture. In many respects, it’s a European city, spider-work boroughs of narrow streets, public transportation around the city and wonderful arcades of well-maintained shops. In other ways […]

The World’s Most Dangerous Market For Workers [Video]
The World’s Most Dangerous Market For Workers [Video]

The World’s Most Dangerous Market For Workers [Video]

And you thought your work location was bad . . . As a traveler, you’ll see many markets in some unlikely spots, but this one takes the cake for difficult work environments. Imagine if your everyday work life included the need to cling for dear life against a wall every […]

The Expeditioner Presents (Episode 1): India with Alexandra Bregman [Video]
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The Expeditioner Presents (Episode 1): India with Alexandra Bregman [Video]

The Expeditioner Presents (Episode 1): India with Alexandra Bregman In the first episode of The Expeditioner Presents, I sit down with Alexandra Bregman to discuss India, a country we both know from recent experiences: Alexandra lived and worked as an expat in New Delhi, and I recently returned from a […]

Is Nudity The Hottest Trend In The Travel Industry?
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Is Nudity The Hottest Trend In The Travel Industry?

The era of the Staycation is over (and soo 2009-2012). All hail the era of the Nudecation. As if shedding your clothes wasn’t fun enough in the privacy of your home, tour operators and intrepid travel writers have noticed that travelers are increasingly looking for the opportunity to do so […]

Australia v. New Zealand Skiing: A Rumble On The Slopes
Australia v New Zealand Skiing A Rumble On The Slopes

Australia v. New Zealand Skiing: A Rumble On The Slopes

You might have heard there’s just a bit of rivalry between Australia and New Zealand — a fairly healthy spirit of antagonism and one-upmanship which permeates everything from sports to music. It’s okay. They don’t really hate each other. Well, not that much. Today, we’re going to focus on one […]

How Violence Against Women In India Is Hurting Tourism
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How Violence Against Women In India Is Hurting Tourism

The NY Times is reporting that the number of female travelers to India has dropped a whopping 35 percent in the first quarter of the year compared to last year, a decline almost wholly attributable to the spate of highly publicized attacks against foreign women in the country over the […]

New Delhi Airport Has Made The Next Great Viral Video
New Delhi Airport Has Made The Next Great Viral Video

New Delhi Airport Has Made The Next Great Viral Video

Indira Gandhi International Airport (otherwise known as New Delhi’s main airport) may seem to be an unlikely source for viral video material, but this whimsical, day-in-the-life production synching the sights and sounds of the airport with music is worth a watch despite its origin. I dabble in video myself, and […]

Open Call For Submissions: Poetry Written By Travelers
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Open Call For Submissions: Poetry Written By Travelers

There are a number of books of travel poetry out there. Here we see a copy of Song of The Open Road: Poems of Travel & Adventure grazing with her offspring with a herd of bison who’ve taken to the open prairie where man, book and buffalo can still be free. While […]

I Can’t Stop Looking At These Amazing Travel Photos From India
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I Can’t Stop Looking At These Amazing Travel Photos From India

I’m loving the photo collection I recently discovered by noted travel photographer Steve McCurry (a 30-year veteran in the industry) entitled “Trains,” his ode to India’s beloved and ubiquitous mode of transportation. From the sweeping long shots (like the one from Agra above), to the intimate close-ups, McCurry’s overarching theme […]

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