The Driest Place on Earth: From Bolivia’s Salt Flats To Chile’s Atacama Desert
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The Driest Place on Earth: From Bolivia’s Salt Flats To Chile’s Atacama Desert

Pan-American Transmissions: Part 11 “Pan-American Transmissions” is a travel series from Special Contributor Diego Cupolo as he travels south from Nicaragua to Argentina. He has few plans, a $10-a-day budget and one flute-playing gypsy companion. Check back as new dispatches are posted from the road. Pink flamingos wade through blood-red […]

TheExpeditioner Is All Sorts of Mobile Now
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TheExpeditioner Is All Sorts of Mobile Now

Call it a hunch, but I’m starting to think this whole mobile thing is really going to take off. And what better use is there for your phone (other than to take a selfie with you and your favorite lawnmower) than to check out TheExpeditioner while you’re on the go […]

Kermit The Frog: He’s Been More Places Than You
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Kermit The Frog: He’s Been More Places Than You

Joining the ranks of the traveling garden gnome, Kermit the Frog (an unlicensed, unaffiliated-with-official-Muppets-or-Disney-merchandising version), is traveling the world, going to more places than you’ve probably been, and gaining the sideway leers from countless of bystanders as he’s manhandled and posed into place by a doting German couple, all in […]

Shipwreck Becomes Visible In Stockholm Due To Falling Water Levels
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Shipwreck Becomes Visible In Stockholm Due To Falling Water Levels

If you find yourself in Stockholm, Sweden, this summer (which lasts roughly 17 days beginning in late June), you may be able to catch a glimpse of a shipwreck from the 1600′s that has recently become visible in the water outside downtown Stockholm. Thought to be of Danish origin, the […]

Living In The Face Of South Africa’s Apartheid
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Living In The Face Of South Africa’s Apartheid

After two weeks in the bounty of Cape Town, South Africa, I can safely say I’ve arrived home. The depths of jet-lag got me out of bed just before dawn. I’ve fired up my laptop and I find myself typing amidst a flickering orange hue of a fire to my […]

The Easiest Way To Get A Visa For Asia
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The Easiest Way To Get A Visa For Asia

When was the last time you paid a bill by writing out a check, addressing an envelope, sealing the envelope, licking a stamp and walking it to the mailbox? It would be as senseless as balancing your checkbook in a world where you can just login online to see how […]

Top 5 Things To Do While Visiting North Korea
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Top 5 Things To Do While Visiting North Korea

Travel to North Korea? Most people are shocked when they learn that thousands of Westerners do in fact travel to North Korea every year. While tourism in North Korea is very structured, there are still plenty of opportunities to meet the locals and experience authentic North Korean sights. Below are five things […]

How To Find Your Missing Items Lost On A Plane Or At The Airport [Infographic]

How To Find Your Missing Items Lost On A Plane Or At The Airport [Infographic]

For more information and to submit your own claim, check out the creator of the infographic, AirportLostAndFound.com.

Kayak Reveals The Cheapest Month To Book Your Flight
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Kayak Reveals The Cheapest Month To Book Your Flight

You’d think the people over at Kayak would have less to worry about than saving money on airfare given their recent sale to Priceline for a cool $1.8 billion. But lucky for us, they don’t, and with the vast amount of airfare data in their possession, along with the help […]

Discovering The Real Morocco In The Souk
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Discovering The Real Morocco In The Souk

The chaotic atmosphere of Marrakesh, Morocco, is like nothing you’re used to. The coolest city in Morocco is unique in its regimented disorder. Horses pulling green carriages mark the roads that the motorcycles and taxis weave through in a wave of terrifying harmony. The main openings that lead into the […]

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