Top 10 Free Things To Do In New York City This Summer1

Top 10 Free Things To Do In New York City This Summer

Sunday, June 8, 2014

Free things to do in New York City in the summer? I know it sounds like an oxymoron. Let’s face it, the words “free” and “New York City” are rarely used in the same sentence, but visitors to the city are often surprised both at how expensive it can be ($400 for a hotel room?) […]

One Womans Experience Flying CrossCountry In Search Of Love In The Land Of Startups

One Woman’s Experience Flying Cross-Country In Search Of Love In The Land Of Startups

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Travel and romance are not mutually exclusive activities. As a matter of fact, one often leads to the other. That combination of foreign air with the typical time constraint of a trip seems to often inspire butterflies and googly eyes worth writing home about. But, last week, The Dating Ring took this natural pairing of […]

Niagara Falls Overhead

I Took A Day Trip To Niagara Falls From New York City: This Is What It Was Like

Friday, May 30, 2014

“Hey Matt, any interest in taking a day trip to Niagara Falls on Sunday?” It was an innocuous enough question to receive by email, especially for someone that runs a travel blog, but I had to wonder: Did the sender realize I lived in New York City which, at last check, was not normally considered […]

Slavoj Zekek On Starbucks And The Hidden Price Of Consumerism

Slavoj Zizek On Starbucks And The Hidden Price Of Consumerism

Thursday, May 29, 2014

The following is a transcript from the above excerpt from my favorite part of The Pervert’s Guide to Ideology, the 2012 British documentary featuring everyone’s favorite Slovene philosopher and psychoanalyst, Slavoj Zizek, and which was directed by Sophie Fiennes (of the Joseph and Ralph Fiennes clan). I somehow missed the movie when it was released […]

Whats It Like To Drop Everything And Sail The World? This Man Decided To Find Out

What’s It Like To Drop Everything And Sail The World? This Man Decided To Find Out

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Life on a boat, does life get any sweeter than that? I recently came across this great short documentary about Canadian sailor/expat/dropout David Welsford called “Twenty Eight Feet: life on a little wooden boat,” which takes a look at Welsford’s decision to give up the luxuries of land in search for happiness and adventure on […]

5 Questions For The Guy That Traveled To 26 Countries To Make A Proposal Video2

5 Questions For The Guy That Traveled To 26 Countries To Make A Wedding Proposal Video

Monday, May 26, 2014

If you’ve used any type of social media the last few days or so, chances are you’ve come across the story of Jack Hyer, the Montana man that put together a 26-country wedding proposal, 4 years in the making (see above), featuring him trouncing around the world, lip-syncing to The Proclaimers’ “I’m Gonna Be (500 […]

TBEX 2014 North American Heading To Cancun

TBEX 2014 Is Heading To Cancun

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

It’s official, TBEX North America 2014 is heading to Cancun and will take place from September 11 -14. It was recently announced that TBEX North America 2014, the world’s largest conference for travel bloggers, is heading south of the border (the U.S. border that is) to Cancun, Mexico, this year, this after being held in […]

Jetsetters Guide to Increased Wellbeing

How To Beat Jetlag (In Infographic Form)

Saturday, May 17, 2014

This infographic was brought to my attention by Icelandair, who is apparently very worried about you getting enough sleep. By Matt Stabile / Matt Stabile is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of TheExpeditioner.com. You can read his writings, watch his travel videos, purchase the book he co-edited or contact him via email at any time at […]

Greetings From Brazil [Travel Video]

Greetings From Brazil [Travel Video]

Thursday, May 15, 2014

Heading to the World Cup in Brazil next month? Yeah, me neither, although any and all invitations that include a spot on a couch in someone’s rented house and/or an extra seat on their jet to get down there are welcomed and highly encouraged here at The Expeditioner HQ. To get you in the mood […]

Abdul Abdurrazzak Othman, a retired physics teacher who spent 15 years in prison, he is pictured with his sons

The Syrian Refugee Crisis: My First-Hand Account From The Turkish Border

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

More than three years have passed since protesters took the streets in Syria. What began as a call for democracy, a mass movement to end Bashar al-Assad’s 43 years of family rule, has turned into a foreign-funded proxy war without a foreseeable end. So far, the war in Syria has produced an estimated 150,000 casualties, […]

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