Scandinavia Trip: Day Zero

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

I’m starting my blog for my Scandinavia trip, even though it doesn’t really begin until tomorrow. I’ll by flying out of New York (okay, New Jersey) tonight and arriving in Stockholm, Sweden, tomorrow morning at the cheerful hour of 7 a.m. It’s quite an adventure lugging around a giant backpack on the New York subway […]

Zip Line Adventures On The Slopes Of Osorno Volcano

Monday, June 16, 2008

A Canopy Adventure in Chile By Valerie Martin “I don’t want to do it!” Fara hissed.  The French tourist’s eyes widened with fear as we stood on a wooden platform, 1000 feet above sea level, on the western slope of the Osorno volcano. Glacier-capped Osorno is often referred to as the Chilean Mount Fuji. It’s […]

How To Last A Weekend In London For Under £100

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

London Is Notorious As One Of The Most Expensive Cities To Visit, But With A Little Planning And Some Inside Tips It’s Possible To Have A Good Time There And Not Break The Bank By Jenny Wight A weekend in London for £100? Yeah right. OK, so you’re not going to sleep between Egyptian cotton […]

Memoirs From Macedonia

Monday, June 2, 2008

How the ancient city of Bitola, Macedonia, has preserved its ancient raditions and culture — a rarity in modern Europe By Anna Kosmanovski Many people reach a time in their lives when they feel a need to find out where they came from and to see their countries of affiliation. For many this may be […]

The Magellanic Islands: Traveling To The End Of The World

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Magellanic Islands Provide Some Of The World’s Most Amazing Sights – Getting There’s The Hard Part By Madi Lang Traveling to the Magellanic Islands is literally like traveling to the end of the world. Beginning from the Argentinean province of Tierra del Fuego and continuing to the east and the south, this area of […]

Flavors Of Brazil

Monday, May 19, 2008

By Caroline Shin of Argentina’s Travel Guide A tropical celebrity playground in the 1950’s and 60’s, Brazil has enchanted Brigitte Bardot and Rita Hayworth, and now more recently, served as a backdrop for Snoop Dogg’s “Beautiful” music video in 2002. Only a stone’s throw away from Argentina, a flight to Rio de Janeiro takes only […]

Piety, Paella And Paintings: Three Sides Of Spain

Monday, May 5, 2008

From The North To The South, A Look At Three Cities Of Spain As Unique As The Country Itself By Ben Snook Getting off the plane at Santiago airport felt like cheating. Ever since the bones of St James turned up at Santiago de Compostela more than a thousand years ago, pilgrims have trekked through […]

Night And Day In Budapest (But Especially The Night)

Monday, April 28, 2008

With Its Beautiful Daytime Attractions And Its Thriving Nightlife, Budapest Is A City Of Twos In More Ways Than One By Sarah Parker Don’t be fooled by the sensible and elegant appearance of the Budapest locals, as soon as the sun goes down Budapesters love to shed their stodgy image and get down at one […]

Fear And Loathing In Macau

Sunday, April 20, 2008

With Its Mix Of Modern Casinos And Historic Portuguese Past, Macau Is A Land Of Contrasts By Justin Calderon Just down the cobblestone alley from the ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral, a heavy-set British woman is being served a Portuguese egg tart by a Chinese street vendor. The air smells of pork cutlets cooking on […]

Exploring The Myth Of Neuschwanstein Castle

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Neuschwanstein Is A Bavarian Wonder Built With Fantasy In Mind By Brandon Darnell It’s the perfect castle in the perfect setting built during the wrong time. Perched high in the German Alps, Neuschwanstein Castle is the epitome of the fairy tale palace with its beautiful white limestone facades and numerous turrets and spires, but given […]

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