Top 13 Free Things To Do In New York City This December

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Everyone knows New York City is an expensive town, especially around the holidays. To save some money, try these tips for free things to do this December during your visit.

22 Bizarre Things You Didn’t Know About Thailand

Monday, December 8, 2014

Here are 22 bizarre things you didn’t know about Thailand, just in case you need a little more motivation to travel there yourself. Also, it’s infographic form, which let’s face it, is the best way to process information these days. By Matt Stabile / Matt Stabile is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of You can […]

The One Portable iPhone Charger You Need This Christmas Season

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

We all know the week after Thanksgiving is the traditional time period spent dragging out the Christmas tree from the attic storage, hitting the treadmill in retribution from countless turkey dinners the week before, and experiencing the oncoming dread of having to begin figuring out what exactly you’re going to shop for come December 23 […]

This Couple Is Traveling The World Making A Travel Video A Day

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

365 days. 365 stories. 365 videos. It’s as simple as that, if by simple, you consider traveling the world, meeting locals and having them tell you interesting and unique stories, then sharing them by video one day at a time, simple. Amazingly, this is exactly what one Australian couple has set out to do. Comprised of Epiphany & […]

3 Countries To Visit In 2015 If You Don’t Want To Be Lame

Monday, November 10, 2014

Lonely Planet recently named Singapore their number one county to visit in 2015, which in it of itself is fine, except for the fact that it’s technically a city/state, right? That’s like saying my favorite food in the world is gum. While technically correct, it’s not exactly a satisfying an answer. (Actually, I don’t really […]

Book Excerpt: ‘The French House’ By Don Wallace

Saturday, November 8, 2014

The following is an excerpt from The French House: An American Family, a Ruined Maison, and the Village That Restored Them All, by Don Wallace. Chapter one Far Breton It’s another day in Kerbordardoué. Up at eight, before the others. The sun doesn’t set until nine thirty or ten during summer at this latitude, so it […]

The Buried Life Is Helping You To Start Crossing Things Off Your Bucket List: Here’s How

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Eight years ago, three friends and I (The Buried Life) made a “100 Things to Do Before You Die” list and decided to help people we met cross items off their own bucket list. We borrowed an RV, bought a camera on eBay, made matching t-shirts and hit the road for a two-week road trip. […]

Come Visit Catalonia’s Tavascan With Your Fun Group Of Friends

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Tavascan, in Catalonia, Spain, is a ski resort/national park where you can spend the weekend if you happen to live in nearby Barcelona and had a group of good-looking friends who dress well and prepare food much better than you can make. I’m pretty sure you can still go even if none of those things […]

Bluesmart, The World’s Smartest Luggage, Just Blew Past Its Funding Goal: Here’s Why

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

If you’re in any way connected to the travel world and have been on social media in the last day or so, chances are you’ve come across Bluesmart, the “smart” carry-on suitcase that blew past its initial Indiegogo goal of raising $50,000 in less than a day (as of the date of this article, Bluesmart […]

25 Free Things You Can Do In Sydney

Sunday, October 19, 2014

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