Istanbul And Greece, Together At Last
Istanbul And Greece, Together At Last

Istanbul And Greece, Together At Last

Something about travel videos sped up really does it for me. Perhaps especially suited for those with ADD? Anyway, this video of Istanbul has some amazing shots. Be sure to check out the crazy fireworks show at 0:48. But even not sped up, Greece still looks amazing. It’s hard to […]

10 Best Street Food Vendors In America
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10 Best Street Food Vendors In America

Nothing says local culture like street food, hence the reason you find reindeer sausage in Anchorage and fish tacos in L.A., two of some of the best examples of good grub on the go found in the otherwise decidedly bereft world of street food in America. But there are a […]

Bringing The Beach To Paris
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Bringing The Beach To Paris

While you’re toiling away at your business-centric job this August, the French are busy turning even their economic centers into giant summer wonderlands where they spend their monthlong vacation lounging on man-made beaches on the Seine. File this one under: “Things to learn from the French.” Per ABC, “now in […]

Around The World In 365 Days. The Catch? No Plane, No Car, No Hot Air Balloon
Around The World In 365 Days. The Catch? No Plane, No Car, No Hot Air Balloon

Around The World In 365 Days. The Catch? No Plane, No Car, No Hot Air Balloon

Graham Hughes, a Liverpudlian, is attempting to set a world record by visiting all 192 countries that are UN member states (sorry Kosovo) in just one year without either flying, hitching or driving. (Although, inexplicably, he hops on a plane after missing his bus shortly after arriving in Brazil to […]

How To Safari On The Cheap And For Good
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How To Safari On The Cheap And For Good

Perhaps the biggest barrier for those looking to go on safari is price, but there are options that are a fraction of your typical luxury promoters, like the bare-bones, camping-heavy trek taken in this Telegraph article. And don’t think you’re missing much by way of experience, as Victoria recounts: Woken […]

TheExpeditioner.com To Africa!
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TheExpeditioner.com To Africa!

Granted, there are situations when procrastination may be a bad course of action. Non-elective surgery, paying taxes, ending bad relationships, and fire drills are a few that come to mind. Buying plane tickets? Perhaps not so much. After putting it off for weeks/months, I snagged myself a flight to South […]

Ten Tips For Traveling In India
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Ten Tips For Traveling In India

India is a breathtaking, beautiful, but at times bewildering country. Here are my tips on how to make a trip to the sub-continent run smoothly while making the budget stretch, as I learned from my recent trip to Delhi and Rajasthan with my other half — The Norwegian. By Jenny […]

Don’t Look Now, Safari Season Is Around The Corner
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Don’t Look Now, Safari Season Is Around The Corner

South Africa’s Kapama Lodge looks amazing, it just seems way out of my (and probably most people’s) price range, though this article over at GoNomad makes you kind of want to just forget about money and go anyway. However, as noted in the article, the lodge is a private reserve, […]

Yes Neo, You Too Can Do Japan Cheap, Unfortunately, I Can Only Tell You So Much. You Have To See It For Yourself
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Yes Neo, You Too Can Do Japan Cheap, Unfortunately, I Can Only Tell You So Much. You Have To See It For Yourself

Stretching your Yen in Japan is not impossible, you just need to know where to go, and you need to be okay with eating in alleys (think “Blade Runner”) and sleeping in pods (think “Matrix”). It’s not all like living a sci-fi flick though, as described in this SF Chronicle […]

Hike Fox Glacier In New Zealand — Helicopter Required
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Hike Fox Glacier In New Zealand — Helicopter Required

I know this is the second helicopter video I’ve featured this month, but how cool does this hiking trip on Fox Glacier on the south island of New Zealand look? My only advice would be to avoid reading “Into Thin Air” up to a year before doing any sort of […]

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