3 Reasons Why You Should Visit Cape Town This Year

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

There’s a buzz surrounding South Africa these days as the country prepares to host the 2010 World Cup (582 days and counting according to their site) and with the winter descending on the Northern Hemisphere and the weakening of the rand, South Africa should be at the top of many people’s to-visit list this year, […]

Fly To England For $15?

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

It may a little ways off, but Ryanair is envisioning of one day starting a new airline where one way tickets for flights across the Atlantic would be as low as £10, which is almost what I paid just to be able to watch a movie at my seat during my last flight, and that […]

Falling In Love With Italy; It’s Easier Than You Think

Monday, November 3, 2008

A trip to Southern Italy is all it takes to show why it’s so hard not to love Italy, even when it’s not even trying that hard. By Hillary Richard I’m going to go out on a limb and say that it’s impossible not to love Italy, but that’s not due to a lack of […]

On The World’s Radar: Colombia

Friday, October 31, 2008

Does this happen to you too? As soon as you book a trip somewhere, it seems like everywhere you turn you start to see or hear news articles and stories about where you’re going. For me it seems like a day hasn’t gone by since I booked my trip to Colombia when I haven’t come […]

Reader’s Digest’s 4 Ridiculous Money-Saving Travel Tips

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Is anyone else surprised to find out that Reader’s Digest still exists, and that they’ve managed to reproduce their print writing on that newfangled box called the personal computer? I think the last time I saw a Reader’s Digest it was located in a magazine rack in the bathroom of a retiree’s house. Anyways, a […]

How Many Waterfalls Are In Your Backyard?

Thursday, October 30, 2008

A little while back I started a group on Vimeo, the high-quality video-sharing site based here in New York where, unlike YouTube, you can actually watch videos in high definition (or regular videos in much better quality than YouTube). This site is also great for discovering some excellent travel videos, including the one above that […]

Where To Find The Best Beaches In Southeast Asia

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

The Beach may have given SE Asia’s beaches a bad name (by the way the book is far superior than the crappy Leo movie, which is usually true of any book made into a movie, but in this case it’s just more true) but I can assure you that you’re more likely going to run […]

Do It In Doha

Monday, October 27, 2008

And by “it” I mean travel, why what were you thinking? Forget Dubai, the Disneyland of the Middle East. Doha, the half-million strong capital of Qatar, is not usually high on many travelers’ lists of destinations, but with temperatures in the mid 70’s at its coldest and a modern, cosmopolitan feel co-existing with its timeless […]

Cartagena Is For Food Lovers

Monday, October 27, 2008

Cartagena, Colombia, has been experiencing a dramatic upsurge in the number of visitors over the last few years, with over a million in 2006 coming to see this colonial city on the Caribbean coast. Besides being named a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as being one of the region’s top beach getaways, Cartagena has […]

Visiting Paris During The Sale Of The Year

Friday, October 24, 2008

Imagine if you could only find clothes on sale twice a year. What would be the result? Semi-annual Black Friday-like shopping melees? Caddy women (and a few men) jockeying for prized items? An upsurge in foreign tourists hoping to pounce on deals of up to 90% off on luxury goods? An intermittent upsurge in personal […]

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