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And that was the time when I fell in love!

GREECE | Wed, 15 Oct 2014 | By mariazhig | Views [76]

Even though, it happened a long time ago, I still remember the day when my airplane landed in Athens, Greece. And I have hundreds of reasons for this. Wonder what they are? Let’s start then! It was the end of May and the weather was something ... Read more >

Tags: athens, europe, greece, mediterranean, observe, travel

Gear up for Your Winter Road Trip with These Tips

WORLDWIDE | Wed, 15 Oct 2014 | By marilynwane1 | Views [53]

Road trips with loved ones are always a lot of fun. However, a road trip in winter presents different challenges. Apart from not being able to roll down the window and feel the wind in your hair, you may have to change routes several times because ... Read more >

Tags: car on rent, holidays, travel, vacations, world tours and trips

Running Amok for Fish Amok

CAMBODIA | Fri, 26 Sep 2014 | By connectlocally | Views [730]

The bowl is steaming hot. I deeply inhale the lemongrass and galangal and immediately start salivating.  And as soon as I put a spoonful in my mouth, my tastebuds "rush into a frenzy" - the original Malay meaning of the word "amok".  ... Read more >

Tags: amok, cambodia, cooking, cooking class, cooking class, fish, hotel, recipe, siem reap, travel

World Nomads Gives Back: The Footprints Story

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 22 Sep 2014 | By positive_footprints | Views [934] | Video

Like lots of travellers, the team at World Nomads believes that we’ve all got a responsibility to give back to the places in which we travel. We sat down with World Nomads Footprints Co-Founder Christy McCarthy to talk about the history of the ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, community development proejcts, footprints, give back, micro-donations, positive footpr, travel, world nomads

Taking Portraits in Peru

PERU | Mon, 22 Sep 2014 | By responsible-travel | Views [889]

Jeff McAllister is a traveller, blogger and cyclist with an interest in human rights and science journalism. When he first started shooting portraits, his hope was to draw the emphasis away from his own story and place it onto someone else’s. ... Read more >

Tags: inca, photography, portrait equality, travel

On Assignment in Cinque Terre: Passport & Plate

WORLDWIDE | Mon, 22 Sep 2014 | By projecttravel | Views [793]

As strong believers in learning about culture through food, we gave three hungry travellers the chance to connect with and better understand the real food scene in our first ever Passport and Plate program to ITALY! An Anthropologist, ... Read more >

Tags: cinque terre, food, italy, passport and plate, pilgrimage, travel

It’s Better To Own A Little And See The World, Than To Own The World & See Little

AUSTRALIA | Sun, 21 Sep 2014 | By wildchildhannah | Views [73]

Living as an expat in a country like India, there are many common questions locals & travellers will ask you:- * Where are you from? * Why are you here?  * How did you get here? * Do you like living in India (or varients of this) ... Read more >

Tags: choice, decision, expat, freedom, india, lifeinwanderlust, lifestyle, travel, wanderlust

Travel Film Scholarship 2014 - Mexico

WORLDWIDE | Wed, 17 Sep 2014 | By scholarships | Views [72695] | Comments [80]

Applications are now closed - best of luck to everyone that applied!   Aspiring filmmakers, we want to send you to  San Luis Potosi , Mexico to capture ‘Dia de los Muertos’ one of Mexico’s most colourful and celebrated ... Read more >

Tags: adventure, day of the dead, festival, film, filmmaker, mexico, scholarship, scholarships, travel, videos

How to party like a Mexican

MEXICO | Wed, 17 Sep 2014 | By travel-tips | Views [847]

Anyone who has been living (and partying) abroad knows that your party expertise depends immensely on your framework of reference. Asians party different from Germans, and Germans party different from Mexicans. Having established this precious insight ... Read more >

Tags: how to, mexico, nightlife, party, salsa, tacos, travel

Colombia, what a place!

COLOMBIA | Tue, 16 Sep 2014 | By rubydoobyx | Views [24]

Can I just say that my favourite country (I've travelled to) would possibly be Colombia. The colours, the people, the life. A single day I spent there. One day. Not even 24 hours, actually. But that was enough. It was amazing.

Tags: cartagena, colombia, life, south america, spanish, travel

Reflections on Travel

USA | Sun, 7 Sep 2014 | By aeileenr | Views [123]

Growing up, it didn’t take long for me to become consumed with the idea of travel. I remember declaring to my mother at an early age that I wasn’t interested in living in the United States because there were so many other countries ... Read more >

Tags: thoughts on travel, travel, writing

Greetings to You

BRAZIL | Wed, 3 Sep 2014 | By the_manels | Views [45] | Video

Greetings to You, From the land of Carnival, iconic beaches and soaring sites, passion for food and football alike and labyrinthine of favela communities. From Brazil with ♥

Tags: beach, brazil, favela, fisherman, iguassu, rio, rocinha, travel

Remember to Breathe

SPAIN | Thu, 28 Aug 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [134] | Comments [1]

I was wrong. So very, very wrong. And as usual, I had to learn it the hard way. I never thought travel could wear me out. I thought I was invincible, constantly dreaming of the next place to go, the next thing to do, how I would love to be on the road ... Read more >

Tags: break, exhaustion, learning, rest, travel

Hello, Bilbao!

SPAIN | Sun, 24 Aug 2014 | By rmckinley | Views [201]

It started out as a rainy miserable day. I had to catch an early train from Barcelona to Bilbao and thankfully it was only a ten-minute walk, as it was just starting to drizzle. With the clouds hanging like an impending doom over the train, I had trouble ... Read more >

Tags: aste nagusia, basque, bilbao, festival, rain, spain, train travel, travel


SINGAPORE | Thu, 21 Aug 2014 | By daveonhols | Views [53]

Visas, Passport, Jabs, Bookings, Trains, Planes, Hostels, Packaging, Shipping and Automobiles   A six month trek from Singapore to London via Mongola and Patagonia takes time and effort to prepare.  But once the wheels start rolling, ... Read more >

Tags: getting ready, travel, vaccinations, visas

Amazing Thailand Film Challenge: Take 2!

PHILIPPINES | Wed, 20 Aug 2014 | By wanderlustfilmmaker | Views [63] | Video

A friend and I luckily got a spot to enter for the second time in this year's film competition in Thailand, all expenses paid! That's two year's in a row! A year ago we trekked the beautiful ruins of Ayutthaya, just an hour and a half away from Bangkok.... Read more >

Tags: adventure, asia, film, filmmaking, music video, short film, thailand, travel

Love World Morocco

MOROCCO | Wed, 13 Aug 2014 | By hoswal01 | Views [46]

I've decided to leave my job and travel the world again, this time with cameras ready. I'm just back from my first stop, where I spent 10 days exploring Fez, Marrakesh, Essaouira, Cassablanca, the Western Sahara and many places in between. Full ... Read more >

Tags: beach, casablanca, fez, marrakech, morocco, road trip, travel

Photos: Moscow

RUSSIAN FEDERATION | Thu, 7 Aug 2014 | By mariazhig | Photo Gallery

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Tags: adventure, journey, moscow, red, russia, russian, square, travel

Meet the Mentor: Brian Rapsey

WORLDWIDE | Wed, 6 Aug 2014 | By projecttravel | Views [1516]

Brian Rapsey is a profesional Filmmaker and Director and is the mentor for our Travel Film Scholarships . Brian has spent the past 20 years working in documentary, TV and corporate film production. Having shot a number of short films and documentaries ... Read more >

Tags: film, filmmaking, mexico, rian rapsey, travel, travel film, travel film scholarship

A Note on Where I'm Going and Why

CANADA | Sat, 2 Aug 2014 | By megantbrown | Views [136] | Comments [1]

Forgive me my digression, but I feel that it's important to note that during my five years at university, it became increasingly evident to me that the capitalist model is unsustainable. Simply put, it doesn't make common sense that we can continue to ... Read more >

Tags: central america, growth, learning, letting go of things, spirituality, travel

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