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What I'd do Differently as a New Traveller

Dave Tomlinson | Posted 05.09.2016 | Travel
Dave Tomlinson

Hindsight is a wonderful thing isn't it? Everything is so abundantly clear and simple when you have the opportunity to reflect on something with the ...

From Belgium, With Love

Collette Stohler | Posted 05.09.2016 | Travel
Collette Stohler

When I told people that I was going to Belgium, they looked at me like I had gone completely insane. "Are you crazy?," they asked. "It's not safe," th...

What's Past is Prologue: The Renaissance of an Irish Hamlet

Pam Peterson | Posted 05.09.2016 | Travel
Pam Peterson

Picture the rolling green hills of the Irish countryside. Now envision a narrow lane winding through meadows of Queen Anne's lace and wavy foxtail grass, arriving at an iron gate that leads to a tranquil enclave of stone cottages amidst lush gardens. This is Ballilogue.

Marseille -- The City by the Sea Where Art and Sun Compete to Blind You

Sidonie Sawyer | Posted 05.09.2016 | Travel
Sidonie Sawyer

Marseille (in the South of France, aka French Riviera, aka Cote d'Azur) is a city of surprises, an ocean-side formerly fortified enclave where strong accent and slang-ish dialect rule the quays of the old port.

I Met Belize's Next Dictator

Robin Blades | Posted 05.08.2016 | World
Robin Blades

It all began one afternoon. I had just gotten on a plane leaving Belize, when a woman sat down next to me... with a one year old baby. At first, I was...

Mother's Day: Celebrating the Woman of My Life

Bisila Bokoko | Posted 05.06.2016 | Parents
Bisila Bokoko

Hailing from Equatorial Guinea amid turbulent political times, my mother immigrated to Spain in the 1960's. While she had a head full of dreams, it seems the men in her life had other career plans for her...

Studying Math in Church

Rick Steves | Posted 05.06.2016 | Travel
Rick Steves

In Florence, the Church of San Lorenzo is a great example of how Renaissance architecture is poetry -- stony, mathematical, and timeless poetry. You'...

Mother's Day Getaways: From The Eyes Of 21 Awesome Travelers

Anamika Ojha | Posted 05.06.2016 | Travel
Anamika Ojha

The bond between mother and child is one of the strongest connections in nature. Every child wishes to fulfill their mother's dream and give her all the happiness of this world. On this Mother's Day, I have these awesome travellers from around the world who have shared their dream destinations where they wish to take their mother one day for a perfect getaway.

This Photographer Is Making It His Mission To Document Faces Around The World

The Huffington Post | Jesselyn Cook | Posted 05.06.2016 | World

With more than 7.3 billion people and countless cultures and traditions, the world is a beautifully diverse place. For Australia-based photographer Al...

Traveling With Pets and Aging Parents

Valerie M. Grubb | Posted 05.06.2016 | Travel
Valerie M. Grubb

All sources agreed that traveling with a pet on a commercial airline can be challenging primarily for the health and safety of the animal. If your Mom is set on taking Fido with her, make sure to research thoroughly and keep these tips in mind.

How to Choose a Ride-Hailing App in New York City

Sarah Stodola | Posted 05.06.2016 | New York
Sarah Stodola

Uber competitors have cropped up, and the taxi industry finally got the hint that it was time to innovate, meaning that now there are more apps to choose from than ever.

The Most Spectacular Places to View the Sunrise in the World

The Active Times | Posted 05.06.2016 | Travel
The Active Times

Forget photo shopping, these sunrises are so incredible you won't want to edit your photos. Click Here to see the Complete List of Spectacular Places...

This Is Hands Down The Most Incredible Hike In The Country

The Huffington Post | Carla Herreria | Posted 05.06.2016 | Travel

If you're looking for the most epic hike in America, get ready to pack your bags and head far, far west. The Kalalau Trail on the Hawaiian island of K...

Deaf People Travel Too

Alexis Ander Kashar | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Alexis Ander Kashar

There are an estimated 48 million deaf and hard of hearing people in America. The number of deaf and hard of hearing individuals and people with other disabilities worldwide is equal to the population of China. This does NOT include the number of friends and family including children who travel with us.

We're Losing the Wonder of Travel

Alexandra Turney | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Alexandra Turney

Ultimately, travel is a very personal thing. Whether you stay in hostels or luxury hotels, whether you prefer quick city breaks or months of voluntourism, it's up to you. But I think we could all benefit from re-examining our attitudes to travel, trying to regain that elusive sense of wonder.

How 'The Jungle Book' Shaped My Indian-American Life

Aditi Nerurkar, MD | Posted 05.06.2016 | Entertainment
Aditi Nerurkar, MD

It's a story close to my heart. And as a kid growing up in India, it's the story of my childhood. No, I wasn't a human cub raised by wolves in the Indian jungle. But I was raised in Mumbai by my grandparents.

Why I Left My Boyfriend of 10 Years

Shannon Ullman | Posted 05.05.2016 | Women
Shannon Ullman

Looking back on my decision to leave, I wouldn't change a thing. It made us better partners, fostering trust and appreciation. To be honest, our relationship has flourished because of the time spent apart and continues to reflect that to this day, nearly a year since we reunited.

A Trip to the Czech Borderlands

Simon Goodall | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Simon Goodall

An Easter excursion out to the Czech borderlands from my hometown of Munich left me contemplating the sadness of artificial borders and the greatness ...

6 Quiet Southeast Asia Beach Towns Where You Can Escape From Tourism

Courtney Lambert | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Courtney Lambert

It starts with your screensaver at the office. If it's not a picture of your family, lover, cat or a bikini-clad female, it's most likely a picture of...

What Difference Does Voluntourism Make? It Inspired This Volunteer to Start his own Nonprofit

Corinne Pinfold | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Corinne Pinfold

Voluntourism's seedy, shallow side has hit the spotlight recently, thanks to publications like Barbie Savior and Humanitarians of Tinder. It's now com...

On My Doorstep: A Florentine Market and a Girls ChoirOn My Doorstep: A Florentine Market and a Girls Choir

Rick Steves | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Rick Steves

You can just bumble through Europe and have fun. But if you make a point to know what's going on and where, you'll bring home more memories.

How Denver's new airport rail link could change the way you visit the Mile-High City

David Landsel | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
David Landsel

The first time you land in Denver, you're excused for wondering if perhaps you missed the announcement regarding an emergency landing in Kansas. So fl...

5 Fashion Faux Pas to Avoid When Visiting Paris This Summer

Alley Bradley | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Alley Bradley

Paris attracts millions of tourists each summer, and rightly so. World-class museums, legendary restaurants, rich history, an influential cultural sce...

Safari With a Twist

Elizabeth Gordon | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Elizabeth Gordon

Having recently returned from hiking in Patagonia, active adventures are really speaking to me at the moment. With that in mind, here are some unique ...

JetBlue's 'FlyBabies' Misses The Mark

Shawna Kaszer | Posted 05.05.2016 | Travel
Shawna Kaszer

Are we beginning to lose our humanity? JetBlue's recent FlyBabies promotion really disturbed me. It seems to me that marketing over the years has t...