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14 Adventures to Add to Your Bucket List ASAP

The Outbound Collective | Posted 04.04.2015 | Travel
The Outbound Collective

You've probably started a list already and spent countless hours behind your computer daydreaming...but here are a few of our favorites that you might want to take a look at.

This One Tip Will Make Or Break Your Next Trip

Gina Ciliberto | Posted 04.09.2015 | Travel
Gina Ciliberto

It's easy for a lack of planning to result in stress. However, for us, the opposite happened. We had the advantage of traveling during low season; while some sites were closed, most lodging options, and even the roads, were empty.

Here Is Why You Should Learn Slovene

Inga Batur | Posted 04.03.2015 | Travel
Inga Batur

Slovenia is small yet incredibly diverse country located in the southern Central Europe. It has everything you need for a perfect holiday, from the Al...

9 Striking Places You Must Add To Your Bucket List

Jonha Revesencio | Posted 04.09.2015 | Travel
Jonha Revesencio

While seeing the places you know and are familiar with is all fine and well, sometimes, adventuring into the unknown can be immensely rewarding.

Why I Quit My Job to Start a Business With My Boyfriend Instead

Sarah Dunn | Posted 04.03.2015 | Business
Sarah Dunn

Deciding not to go back to the corporate world after I was fired wasn't easy, but it's by far the best decision I've ever made.

What Airbnb Will Mean for Cuban Entrepreneurs and American Travelers

Jake Colvin | Posted 04.03.2015 | Travel
Jake Colvin

The great promise of the Internet - and of digital platform providers like Airbnb that operate globally -- is that it can help improve visibility and trust for these entrepreneurs in Cuba, and this particular company brings slick promotion and a high profile to the table.

4 Wonderfully Surprising Things About Ski Portillo in Chile

Liftopia | Posted 04.03.2015 | Travel
Liftopia

Despite all of this preparation, actually skiing at Portillo was like nothing we'd ever imagined or anticipated. It was wholly new and unexpected -- a surprising experience we can't wait to repeat.

I'm Not Special (And That's OK)

Tiffany Beveridge | Posted 04.15.2015 | Healthy Living
Tiffany Beveridge

If I realize that I am not special, I stop seeing the world with me at the center. Instead, I see myself along with 7.125 billion others orbiting the sun together. I see fewer and fewer lines that divide us into cruel and meaningless hierarchies that highlight our differences and ignore our common threads.

Mondavi Family Winery Shows Multiple Personalities

John Mariani | Posted 04.03.2015 | Taste
John Mariani

At a recent tasting at the Charleston Wine + Food Festival, hosted by Rob Mondavi Jr., the various personalities of its family members was evident i...

Chefs' Guide to Grand Cayman | Video

Find. Eat. Drink. | Posted 04.03.2015 | Travel
Find. Eat. Drink.

Pristine sand, crystal clear waters and epic diving -- but Grand Cayman is also one of the culinary capitals of the Caribbean.

Technology Is Taking Over The Most Human Of Jobs, And I Am Not Okay With It

Alena Hall | Posted 04.03.2015 | Healthy Living
Alena Hall

Call me old-fashioned. Call me intolerant. But I want to order and pay for my coffee with another human being, not a collection of cold, redundant and incredibly irritating glowing machines. Is that so much to ask?

Hotel Pro: The "$20 Trick" -- Should You, Shouldn't You?

Orbitz.com | Posted 04.03.2015 | Travel
Orbitz.com

The next thing you know, you've been upgraded to a suite with a view of the Las Vegas strip. It's a win-win, right? Not always.

Get Lost in Morocco

Findery | Posted 04.02.2015 | Travel
Findery

This North African country with a blend of Islamic and European influences offers opportunities to explore both its history and its modern day culture. Yes, I got lost many times -- but that's the best way to find the real treasures here.

India Has Some Utterly Jaw-Dropping Hotels

Architectural Digest | Posted 04.02.2015 | Travel
Architectural Digest

Many of India's architectural wonders -- palaces, forts, and noble houses -- have been transformed into magical boutique hotels, giving travelers a unique view into the country's past. These incredible properties are at the top of our don't-miss list.

What Are San Francisco's Best Kept Secrets?

Quora | Posted 04.03.2015 | San Francisco
Quora

Dog-friendly, generally uncrowded and not sketchy at all (even at midnight), and there's about half a dozen ways up to the park, including one that starts behind some rare public tennis courts and ends up being this amazing, woodsy, Totoro-like forest path. If you take this way up, take care to avoid all the poison oak that's directly off the path, though.

Has Personal Technology Killed the Mystery of Travel?

Nancy Colier | Posted 04.02.2015 | Travel
Nancy Colier

Technology has changed the experience of traveling. With personal devices now our constant companions, the best parts of traveling have disappeared. Rest assured what's been lost is not that we no longer wear ties and skirts on airplanes and wear sweat pants instead.

Little Hotel, Big View: 7 Boutiques in St. Thomas With Stunning Vistas

Oyster | Posted 04.02.2015 | Travel
Oyster

These spots may seem small and basic upon arrival, but many offer absolutely breathtaking, bird's eye views of the islands and ocean from pools, porches, rooms, restaurants and surrounding grounds. Here are our seven favorites.

4 Weird Facts About The World's Most Obscure Countries

Thrillist | Posted 04.06.2015 | Travel
Thrillist

Did you know that there's a country with Star Wars characters on its official currency? Or another that didn't celebrate the millennium until 2007? The world is indeed a crazy place, but even we didn't realize just how strange things could get.

Enjoy the Japanese Art of Flower Viewing, No Matter Where You Live

THINK Global School | Posted 04.02.2015 | Travel
THINK Global School

I took these photos one year ago in Hiroshima, Japan, during a long after-school bike ride. It was almost always a bit grey on the streets of Hiroshima, but the gloominess fit the architecture of the city in a peaceful sort of way.

5 Things Smart Travelers Will Do This Spring

Conde Nast Traveler | Posted 04.06.2015 | Travel
Conde Nast Traveler

Cherry blossom season (roughly late March through late April) is the country's busiest; plan now, especially if you want a room at the Ritz-Carlton Kyoto, right above the scenic Kamogawa River.

5 Essential Tips For Photographing DC's Cherry Blossoms

Joe Newman | Posted 04.02.2015 | DC
Joe Newman

Seems simple enough, right? Make your way down to the tidal basin, point your camera in the direction of the blossoms and click away. If only it were that simple.

Why Singapore Is Winning At Green Spaces

Posted 04.05.2015 | Travel

It’s a country. It’s a city. It’s Singapore. And this city-state is growing a lot more than its population. Half of Singapore is covered in gree...

How To Eat Your Way Through Singapore

Posted 04.05.2015 | Travel

Everyone’s favorite beer-drinking, cigarette-smoking, cuss-word-slinging, food-focused travel guide once said Singapore is “as close to foodie hea...

9 Tips for Flying While Pregnant

Aimee Chan | Posted 04.01.2015 | Travel
Aimee Chan

Most pregnant women can continue to travel by air up to 36 weeks into their pregnancy, according to the Mayo Clinic. Every woman and pregnancy is diff...

When Someone Is Murdered on Your Backpacking Trip

Nathaniel Mueller | Posted 04.01.2015 | Travel
Nathaniel Mueller

The first time I saw someone killed I was 25 feet away. I was in my early twenties and the two things I remember most, other than the actual event, was the uncontrollable shivering and the pack of cigarettes my brother and I nervously chain-smoked trying to calm down.