The Top 50 Travel Blogs (3rd Quarter: 2014)
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The Top 50 Travel Blogs (3rd Quarter: 2014)

Below is a list of the top 50 travel blogs for the 3rd quarter (July — September) of 2014 ranked by visitor traffic. There are a few other sites that have put together their own […]

The First Burning Man Video I’ve Seen That Made Me Wish I Had Gone
The First Burning Man Video I’ve Seen That Made Me Wish I Had Gone

The First Burning Man Video I’ve Seen That Made Me Wish I Had Gone

I have to say, the videos and images that I’ve seen coming out of Burning Man this year haven’t exactly blown me away or helped to relieve that nagging feeling I’ve been getting since at least […]

The Emerald Isle Was Not Easy
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The Emerald Isle Was Not Easy

I wish I could say that I saw all the coasts of Ireland, but I only saw two. In between I saw rainbows and fields of rapeseed, and it was beautiful. The week-long trip went […]

Travel Guide to Scottsdale, Arizona
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Travel Guide to Scottsdale, Arizona

In this travel video guide to Scottsdale, Arizona, I travel to Scottsdale, the so-called “Miami Beach” of Arizona. Located just to the east of Phoenix, Scottsdale is home to some of the city’s best restaurants, […]

When A Lost Guatemalan Taught Me To Walk On Water
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When A Lost Guatemalan Taught Me To Walk On Water

It has been three years since I last saw Loch. We parted on a train somewhere under London, thousands of miles away from the town in Guatemala where we had first met. As the tube […]

Tunisia: This Is How You Want To Experience North Africa
Tunisia: This Is How You Want To Experience North Africa

Tunisia: This Is How You Want To Experience North Africa

If you’ve ever dreamed of visiting North Africa, but have had questions as to where to go given the — oh how should we say? — difficult political tensions that are prevalent throughout much of […]

Top 10 Things To Do In Dublin
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Top 10 Things To Do In Dublin

Dublin, capital of Ireland and UNESCO City of Literature, is the perfect blend of cosmopolitan and traditional Irish culture. It is a city of extravagant nightclubs, cozy teahouses, ancient ruins and relics, and a collision […]

Yonderbound Seeks To Redefine How You Plan Your Travels
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Yonderbound Seeks To Redefine How You Plan Your Travels

Earlier this year I had the chance to meet the founders of Yonderbound, a travel marketplace created by three women who have more than 30 years of experience in travel and tourism between them, who […]

Here’s What A Road Trip From Anchorage Looks Like
Here’s What A Road Trip From Anchorage Looks Like

Here’s What A Road Trip From Anchorage Looks Like

Here’s a great video from Vimeo user HappyPapaya taken from his (her?) trip to Chugach State Park, the stunningly beautiful, 495,000-acre state park located just south of Anchorage, Alaska, along the coastline. The westernmost boundary […]

A World Class Circus Rises From The Ruins In Cambodia
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A World Class Circus Rises From The Ruins In Cambodia

Phare, The Cambodian Circus, a story about how can creativity can rise from hardship and how some children in Cambodia have turned grit to brilliance I came to Siem Reap to teach last year, and […]