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Less than one month from departure

VIETNAM | Sun, 21 Aug 2016 | By lazimmerman | Views [22]

I have less than 1 month to go before traveling to Vietnam to help with a Food Outreach Program through IVHQ and local organization Green Lion in Ho Chi Minh City. It still sounds crazy when I say it out loud or put it in writing but I think I want ... Read more >

Tags: culture, exploring, travel

5 lugares básicos para conocer Coyoacán

MEXICO | Tue, 16 Aug 2016 | By loloberlin | Views [276]

La primera vez que vine a México, en una de mis cortas estadías en el DF, le pedí a mi anfitrión que me llevara a conocer el museo de Frida Kahlo. Yo en ese entonces no sabía qué era Coyoacán, ni que el ... Read more >

Tags: artesanía, cdmx, coyoacán, frida kahlo, méxico, tourism, travel, turismo, viajar

BARCELONA: A GOURMET GUIDE TO THE GOTHIC QUARTER

SPAIN | Sun, 10 Jul 2016 | By eddie_hart | Views [39]

BARCELONA: A GOURMET GUIDE TO THE GOTHIC QUARTER   After a long haul flight from Sydney and arriving in Barcelona late the evening before, I awake bleary-eyed and discombobulated. I peek out of my window to the street below and there ... Read more >

Tags: barcelona, catalonia, food, gourmet, spain, travel

Original Japanese Haiku Poems About My Trip so Far

JAPAN | Thu, 7 Jul 2016 | By nickyb | Views [50]

 23/06 Hiroshima bound Traveling though the forests Adventures await.    23/06 Walking though the rain  Beautiful streets of Japan  Tell me your secrets.    Your souls rest in peace ... Read more >

Tags: city, fukuoka, hiroshima, japan, kaiku, poems, travel

Andalusian Days (V): Rural Mystique and Country Cooking around Sevilla

SPAIN | Mon, 27 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [224]

9 am Julian and I stand at the edge of a dirt field as a tractor roils up trails of brown clouds. We must look conspicuous to the farmer driving the tractor, two strangers observing him intently on a deserted expanse of flat fields. Muffled ... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, food, gourmet, rural, sevilla, spain, travel

Saving money while traveling

JAPAN | Fri, 24 Jun 2016 | By maryanderson | Views [110]

While traveling, you'll find a number of opportunities to save money.  However, it is often seen that people regret making the wrong decisions by paying a higher price for their acts. We hope that you won’t make such mistakes that will force ... Read more >

Tags: saving money, travel, traveler, traveling

FINALLY TIME TO GO

UNITED KINGDOM | Fri, 24 Jun 2016 | By rxchelmason | Views [67]

So… first ever post is here!! After waiting a long ten months, I have finally defeated all obstacles in my path, and am ready for my new adventure. Exams are done, uni decided upon, and money raised through part-time work (big up Sainsbury’... Read more >

Tags: cusco, goodbye england, on my way, peru, travel, volunteering

Andalusian Days (IV): Sherry School in Jerez de la Frontera

SPAIN | Thu, 23 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [104]

Bodega Diez Meritos, Jerez Shakespeare himself once said it: ditch wine, drink sherry. Or perhaps it was more to the effect of: knave! Drop from thy hand that gaudy goblet of insipid wine, and drink sherry.   Easier said than ... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, drinks, food, sherry, spain, travel

Andalusian Days (III): From the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, a Road Trip Along the Tuna Trail

SPAIN | Wed, 22 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [81]

  Espetos grilled at the chiringuito Rocamar in Malaga Stop 1: Malaga   Antonio, an ex-fisherman who is trying to teach me the art of skewering sardines, is quickly losing his patience as I demolish one fish after another.... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, food, road trip, seafood, spain, travel, tuna

Never Again: Dachau Concentration Camp

GERMANY | Sun, 19 Jun 2016 | By wanderlustgail | Views [126]

Something reminiscent of ashes brushed across my face and landed in my hair as I approached the entrance to Dachau Concentration Camp. They were floating around everywhere, creating a disorienting haze in the unseasonably brilliant early spring sun. ... Read more >

Tags: concentration camp, dachau, germany, khalil gibran, kz dachau, sabbatical, solo, travel

Roon the Globe the opposite direction..

UNITED KINGDOM | Sat, 18 Jun 2016 | By dancinnadz | Views [173]

It's been a long time coming but i am finally getting to fulfil my dream of reaching the continent of South America. This was something i wanted to do as part of my trip 5 years ago but just didn't have the time or funds to manage it. So here i am, ... Read more >

Tags: argentina, backpacking, brazil, flashpacking, south america, travel, uruguay

Andalusian Days(II): Blood, Fat, and Brains in a Traditional White Village

SPAIN | Wed, 15 Jun 2016 | By aubereylescure | Views [160]

The white-washed villages of Andalucia, known as the pueblos blancos , can be glimpsed all over the coastline, some upon steep hills, some overlooking the sea. By the rocky peaks of the Sierra Tejeda range that lies between Granada and Malaga, with ... Read more >

Tags: andalucia, cafe, food, meat, spain, traditional, travel, village

Final Days in Frankfurt and the Numbers from Germany

GERMANY | Sun, 5 Jun 2016 | By wanderlustgail | Views [122]

My last days in Germany found me in Frankfurt am Main, a city I had never visited despite having passed through so many times before, both by plane and train. I am not the only traveler who has been skipping it. Out of the millions of people who transit ... Read more >

Tags: asparagus, budget, craving, frankfurt, germany, main, sabbatical, solo, spargel, travel

Sydney by Private Jet - My Best Trip Ever

AUSTRALIA | Mon, 23 May 2016 | By missanny | Views [65]

When my boss first told me that the marketers in our department would be meeting with others from all over the continent for a business trip, I was excited, I had never been on a business trip before! But then I found out that we were going to travel ... Read more >

Tags: airport, australia, food, shopping, stories, story, sydney, transport, travel, travel tips

Brighton to the left of me, Hastings to the right, here I am stuck in the middle with you.

UNITED KINGDOM | Sun, 22 May 2016 | By the_life_of_lady_laura | Views [159]

It’s far to say that I’ve suffered a fair amount of ‘cabin fever’ since moving to the UK. Although I wouldn’t say I am outdoorsy, I do enjoy being outside on occasion and have missed having a back yard. Unfortunately, we ... Read more >

Tags: aussies, cabin fever, expats, new job, travel, uk

Looking for Croatia and Seeing Myself, and the Numbers

CROATIA | Thu, 19 May 2016 | By wanderlustgail | Views [96]

Why Croatia? Trundling through the Austrian Alps, I was excited to finally see Croatia, a country that had been calling to me for some time, even before the sabbatical began to take shape. The pleasure of solo travel had worn thin in the preceding ... Read more >

Tags: balance, budget, croatia, enough, red rooftops, sabbatical, solo, travel, zagreb

Travel Brain: It's A Matter Of Perspective

USA | Tue, 10 May 2016 | By clairetraveltio | Views [90]

Some people can’t get behind my lifestyle. They think they understand what it involves (a trust fund, limitless free time, and a nagging sense of unaccomplishment) but at the end of the day, not many people get it right.   ... Read more >

Tags: get out of your own head, save, travel, travel brain

Accepting a Truth in Munich

GERMANY | Sat, 7 May 2016 | By wanderlustgail | Views [120]

Munich’s lesson for me was this: I need people. I know it’s obvious, and everybody says it, and I have even said it. I have known it to be one of those universal truths, but I haven’t really always believed it, not deep down on a ... Read more >

Tags: germany, maugham, munich, people, sabbatical, solo, travel, truth

On My Own Again in Leipzig

GERMANY | Sun, 1 May 2016 | By wanderlustgail | Views [152] | Comments [1]

Leipzig was planned as a time for me to rest and reacquaint myself with Germany, but it had more in store for me than just that.   Reacquaintance My first ever solo flight was when I went to Germany for my exchange student year more than ... Read more >

Tags: completion, germany, leipzig, reacquaint, readjust, realize, rest, sabbatical, solo, travel

The fourth episode: The roman city of Jerash.

JORDAN | Sun, 1 May 2016 | By captainyeller | Views [126]

Another early morning, good breakfast and ready for an awesome day, visiting the reason why I picked Jordan as a location: Jerash. A big ruined roman city in a very good state. I needed to get to Tarambour, the north bus station. In Jordan you have all ... Read more >

Tags: amman, ancient city, jerash, jordan, middle east, travel, world trip

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