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An Insider’s Look at Costa Rica

An Insider’s Look at Costa Rica

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott April 9, 2014 0

It’s no secret that Costa Rica is a popular destination, particularly for nature enthusiasts and first-time visitors to Central America. But what is Costa Rica all about? Who are the people? And what are

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5 Tips for an Overnight Bus Ride

5 Tips for an Overnight Bus Ride

Randy and Bethany March 27, 2014 1

It’s a given that somewhere in the world right now a traveller is speeding through a foreign land on an overnight bus wondering, “My god, how did I get here?” Sometimes it’s just the

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Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! All day long

Aussie, Aussie, Aussie! All day long

Steve English January 24, 2014 0

Ah, Australia Day – 24-hour celebration of all things true-blue, roo, brew, and barbeque. Held annually on January 26 (or the next available Monday), Australia’s national day-off is a time for its citizens to

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Adventures in India: The Pushkar Camel Fair

Adventures in India: The Pushkar Camel Fair

Cailin O Neil January 8, 2014 0

The Pushkar Camel Fair in India is one of the world’s largest camel and livestock fairs. It takes place in the Rajasthani town of Pushkar each November, during the full moon and the holy

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The Real Residents of the Galápagos: Falling in Love with Sea lions

The Real Residents of the Galápagos: Falling in Love with Sea lions

Conni Biesalski January 3, 2014 2

They cuddle, they kiss, they run funny, they swim beautifully — and they’re everywhere. ­Not just on beaches and uninhabited islands, they live in the towns, on benches, next to parked cars, or wherever they

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Adventures in Africa: Travel blogger gives his best tips for South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique

Adventures in Africa: Travel blogger gives his best tips for South Africa, Swaziland, and Mozambique

Randy and Bethany December 19, 2013 0

Southern Africa has got it going on. From Mozambique to South Africa and Swaziland in between, there’s something for everyone. South Africa alone has been described as offering the whole world in one country,

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Changing Perceptions: Travelling to Israel

Changing Perceptions: Travelling to Israel

Oana Dragan December 18, 2013 4

Having been an avid world traveller for several years now, it is rather rare that I get anxious when travelling abroad. I’ve become quite accustomed to the standard precautions that accompany certain destinations, but

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Wake Up and Smell the Java: An Indonesian Coffee Primer

Wake Up and Smell the Java: An Indonesian Coffee Primer

Caitlin Hotchkiss December 9, 2013 0

I love coffee. I’m a writer, so I kind of have to; I think it’s in the job requirement. But years ago, when I was working in a certain coffee shop chain, we had

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Visual Adventure: Kenya

Visual Adventure: Kenya

Nellie Huang November 25, 2013 0

With its vast savannas, intriguing tribal culture and rich wildlife, Kenya is the East Africa that many dream of. The country stretches from the arid grasslands of Masai Mara to the misty lakes of

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Visual Adventure: Instagramming a Journey Around Ireland

Visual Adventure: Instagramming a Journey Around Ireland

Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott November 14, 2013 1

“Your feet will bring you to where your heart is” – old Irish proverb Ireland is a living history: rubbled stone farmhouses, medieval ruined abbeys and monasteries, and ancient burial sites that date back

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