Travel Guide To Maui: Trailer
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Travel Guide To Maui: Trailer

I recently spent a little time in Maui visiting my friend Robin Masters at the Robin’s Nest, and I put together this trailer of my upcoming video series. Between solving crimes, cruising the island in my Ferrari 308GTSi, riding in helicopters with my friend Theodore and sipping drinks at the […]

The Best Islands In The Caribbean; Iran Is Opening Up To The World; Taking A Cooking Class In Vietnam
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The Best Islands In The Caribbean; Iran Is Opening Up To The World; Taking A Cooking Class In Vietnam

I come across lots of interesting travel stories during the week, only some of which I have time to blog about. So every Friday, I include a wrap-up of the most interesting travel stories of the week. Stories You May Have Missed: Week of October 25 Edition • Nicaragua’s Corn […]

5 Takeaways From An American Living In London
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5 Takeaways From An American Living In London

You know that dream you constantly have? No, not the one where you’re standing in front of your 10th-grade history class in your underwear and the teacher is instructing you to recite the lyrics to “Space Oddity” or risk failing the class. I’m talking about the dream where you’re an […]

The World’s Biggest Electronic Music Festival: A Dispatch From The Annual Amsterdam Dance Event

The World’s Biggest Electronic Music Festival: A Dispatch From The Annual Amsterdam Dance Event

Amsterdam is already pretty cool. So what happens when you combine a city that is already more than contentedly “rocking it” on a daily basis with the world’s biggest club festival? Answer: shiny, debauched and wonderful things. And bicycles. Lots and lots of bicycles. This year’s edition of the Amsterdam Dance […]

The Top 50 Travel Blogs (3rd Quarter: 2013)
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The Top 50 Travel Blogs (3rd Quarter: 2013)

Below is a list of the top 50 travel blogs for the 3rd quarter (July – September) of 2013 ranked by visitor traffic. There are a few other sites that have put together their own lists of the “top” travel blogs. However, each has their own subjective means of ranking […]

Here’s How You Can Give Me Your Money So I Can Go On Vacation
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Here’s How You Can Give Me Your Money So I Can Go On Vacation

The online travel community has been abuzz with the recent announcement of a new, little-known site that connects the millions of people around the world itching to donate their hard-earned money so you can go on vacation. Sound a little improbable? It probably is. Not much is known at this […]

A Night At The Explorers Club
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A Night At The Explorers Club

The Explorers-In-Residence Series Last night I was fortunate enough to be invited to one of my favorite spots in New York City, the headquarters of The Explorers Club, to attend the official announcement of Kensington Tours’ new small-group program, the Explorers-In-Residence Series. This new tour program brings together a group of […]

20 Ideas For Beach Hotels In Thailand
20 Ideas For Beach Hotels In Thailand

20 Ideas For Beach Hotels In Thailand

Staying at a beach hotel in Thailand presents all sorts of really tough choices to travelers such as: Should I stay at a the bamboo hut hotel located directly on the beach or at the mangrove bungalow hotel with towering views of the sea? I know, life is tough in […]

Freewheelin’ in Cappadocia [Photo Essay]
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Freewheelin’ in Cappadocia [Photo Essay]

Cappadocia combines history and geology like no other place in the world. With its labyrinth of underground cities and multicolored rock formations that spiral into the sky, ancient civilizations have thrived in this arid desert landscape for more than 8,000 years. Best known as a refuge for Christianity before it […]

The Guardian Writing Contest; 8 Things To Do In Yangon; Foreigners Are Grossed Out By Wonder Bread
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The Guardian Writing Contest; 8 Things To Do In Yangon; Foreigners Are Grossed Out By Wonder Bread

I come across lots of interesting travel stories during the week, only some of which I have time to blog about. So every Friday, I include a wrap-up of the most interesting travel stories of the week. Stories You May Have Missed: Week of October 11 Edition • The Guardian […]

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