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The Best Travel Photography Advice: Be Present

WORLDWIDE | Tue, 25 Mar 2014 | By thedigitalnomad | Views [3561] | Comments [1]

Travel to pockets of this planet with the intention of capturing your perspective of it, not the stock images you imagine your audience craves. No two people have the same exact experience, so your shots should reflect that. Whether you are travelling ... Read more >

Tags: catching a moment, photography, photos, tips, travel

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Street Food Tales: Old Delhi

INDIA | Tue, 21 Jan 2014 | By connectlocally | Views [5696] | Comments [8]

In the sprawling mass of Old Delhi – its hidden mosques, giant gates and crumbling mansions – are a handful of eateries that have locals and visitors coming back for more. This is the biggest bazaar of them all, home to some ... Read more >

Tags: delhi, food, india, photography, street food

Portrait Equality: Give Photos, Don't Just Take Them

WORLDWIDE | Fri, 11 Oct 2013 | By projecttravel | Views [7115] | Comments [2]

Vanuatu, photo courtesy of Tasmin Brown, founder of Portrait Equality Tell me a bit about Portrait Equality . Portrait Equality is a not-for-profit project that seeks to provide family pictures to those in developing nations and remote communities ... Read more >

Tags: give back, opportunties, photographers, photography, portraits, travel

Getting Hugged by Strangers A Hawaiian Ceremony

USA | Thu, 3 Oct 2013 | By travel-tips | Views [3637] | Comments [2]

"Look how tall you've gotten!" family members would squeal as I was growing up, patting me on the head. "My gosh, isn't she just the cutest?" a family friend would exclaim at a cookout reaching for my face to pinch my cheeks. There's a certain ... Read more >

Tags: ceremony, hawaiian, solo travel, traditions, travel, usa

Hangover Soup: The Power of the Pork Spine

SOUTH KOREA | Mon, 9 Sep 2013 | By connectlocally | Views [3371]

It is Saturday morning at 1 a.m. and I am sitting at a folding table outside the GS Mart, a ubiquitous convenience store in my little neighborhood of Seoul. Next to me is my boyfriend, Hudson, and across from us are Ik and Jiny: a young Korean couple ... Read more >

Tags: food, hangover, hangover cures, pork, seoul, south korea, travel, trekking


CROATIA | Mon, 2 Sep 2013 | By ccandj6monthsaway | Views [2452] | Comments [1]

  Dubrovnik We had little info to go on when we decided to go to Croatia.  Our friend Kevin had been twice and recommended it, but we never really had specifics about why he liked it so much.  But we put it on the list and here ... Read more >

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TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS | Thu, 2 Oct 2014 | By dannygoesdiving | Views [13]

First impressions - how similar it is the the US, its customs procedure, the shops and signs and the hotel, which we chose for no other reason than it was close to the airport. Next morning we picked up our hire car and set off for the supposedly 5 hour ... Read more >

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CHINA | Thu, 2 Oct 2014 | By adaptive | Views [41] | Comments [1]

Today I woke up late and then went upstairs to see Oscar. I've basically adopted her. I even looked up if I can take her into Canada without quarantine and I can! She's also young enough to not need vaccines and can be in the passenger cabin but inside ... Read more >

Running out of time

FRANCE | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By imaoptimist | Views [13]

Strange that when you go on holiday,  sometimes even 2 weeks is too long, now it's only 3 weeks left. September weather has is a way been better than August, able to top up my tan in the past week, but nights are now cold, and its back to the duvet.... Read more >

Deserts & Desserts- The Islamic Republic of Iran

IRAN | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By piratepete | Views [47]

It was around 8pm when we got off the bus in Khoor, a small town a few hours north of Yazd- the desert city in Central Iran with an old city centre still made of mud bricks. From there we were met by a taxi driver from the tiny oasis town (max population ... Read more >

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About Leaving Home, September 30, 2014

USA | Wed, 1 Oct 2014 | By grace2014 | Views [18]

Of course I am excited about my trip to Southern Africa with Lisa.  I fly down to Baltimore very early on Thursday and meet Lisa at her place for a day or two. We leave from Washington, DC on Sat. Oct. 4th for Johannesburg and we'll be gone for ... Read more >

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