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What You Should Know Before Travelling to Dubai

Written by Shezaa Nehal The most sophisticated place in the Arabian Gulf, Dubai is famous in the world due to its beaches and most shining and amazing structures. A place where elegance moves, Dubai is almost an isle of...

Mexico City: The Caravan: A Gathering of L’Eagles

A gathering of “l’eagles” in Mexico City. November 2018. When I came to Mexico City, I didn’t anticipate any intersection with the US morality test that is the Central American caravan. Upon my...

Best Hostels for Backpackers in Santiago, Chile

Written by: Alexia Wolker Santiago is the capital of Chile and the largest metropolis of South America which is located in the basin, surrounded by mountains on all sides. Santiago is primarily a city with rich...

Amanda’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Travelers

Let me share a little fun fact with you guys about myself: I LOVE Christmas, and especially love picking out the perfect gifts for all the people in my life. I shop year-round for the people I love, and usually have a...

20 Best Coffee Table Travel Books to Inspire Wanderlust

I may be a Kindle convert, but there’s one type of book I miss as a full-time traveller and that’s coffee table travel books. The large, hardback type with glossy pages filled with wanderlust-inducing photos of exotic...

5 Reasons To Take A Tour Of Uzbekistan

When I think about the country of Uzbekistan, instantly pictures of stunning mosques, detailed minarets, Soviet influenced architecture and old style towns come to mind. Cities such as Samarkand, Bykhara and Khiva...

Mexico City: Digital Prey, Part 2

My Little Red. I had it all figured out, didn´t I? So the universe had other plans. To wit: A day or two before I left for Mexico City, my plan was to arm my back-up phone with a cheap data plan from the US just to get...

Ferguson: Moving Day

Moving day, October 2018. Missouri. Relocation #5 And so now I know. There will always be an unpleasant surprise – or two – on moving day. It´s just the way it is. The natural order of things, thus no reason...

5 Things You Must Do on a Visit to Ottawa

Ottawa. Canada’s Capital. The city I grew up in, have a soft spot for – and one of the few places in Canada where I’d happily live again. Every time I go back, I marvel at how vibrant the city has become. How much...

Global Group Meditations for Legal Nomads Readers

I am still leaking cerebrospinal fluid after six weeks of bedrest, so I am now waiting on my appointment at Duke for blood patching later this autumn. It’s been a big mental challenge to have participated in...

The New York to Nairobi Kenya Airways Nonstop Flight

I went to Nairobi for the first time back in 2006. It was my first stop before heading to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for my 28th birthday. To get to Nairobi from New York, I first had to fly to London where I had a long...

Two Cities in Israel that are Entirely Different

A visit to Israel can be overwhelming and it is surprising that this is my longest stay in a country. The memories is endless.  You won’t believe it, I explored and have stayed in two cities which are...

12 Towns Not to Miss in Puglia, Italy

Puglia, the region in the heel of Italy’s boot, is dotted with beautiful small towns in shades of white and gold, with unique architecture like the conical trulli of Alberobello and the extravagant baroque of Lecce...

The Hike to Johnston Canyon in Winter

The hike to Johnston Canyon in winter ticks off all the boxes when it comes to a fun, half-day adventure. It’s one of the most popular winter activities in Banff National Park but don’t let that put you off...

October 2018 Travel and Blogging Recap

October is always going to be a pretty exciting month for me – both my birthday and wedding anniversary fall within the first 10 days of the month! It’s also usually my favorite month of the year because...

50 Best Gifts for Travelers: Ideas for Every Budget

It’s that time of year again when we update our popular list of the best gifts for travelers to help you find the ideal travel presents for the globetrotters in your life. We’re already getting excited...

Top 5 Luxury Holiday Villas in Puglia

Among the most popular destinations in recent years, there is a region of southern Italy climbing the world rankings: Puglia. Hailed by travellers from all around the world for its breathtaking beauty, Puglia boasts...

5 Fun Off-the-Beaten-Path Things to Do in New York City

Written by: Ray Chin There are so many fun things to do in New York City. You have Central Park, the Empire State Building, Times Square, the Brooklyn Bridge, etc. But here are a few fun off the beaten path things to do...

In the Land of the Ice Bears

I’ll never forget the first time I locked eyes with a polar bear. It’s a fairly common occurrence if you go to watch these silent giants in the wild – they aren’t really afraid of much...

Why You’ll Want to do the Hike to Havasu Falls

If you’ve ever seen the photos of world-famous Havasu Falls, the images of the turquoise-blue water contrasted with the earthy tones of the Grand Canyon will forever be etched in your mind. A hike to Havasu Falls...

Dales Way Packing List for Men and Women

The Dales Way was our first experience of a long distance walk in the UK, and we were unsure what we’d need over the six days and 83 miles, especially as the northern England weather is notoriously unpredictable. In the...

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