They say an army travels on its stomach, and so too sometimes do tourists, or even locals. An interesting way to explore a city, even your hometown is a food tour. So […]
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transcript of Travel to Kyrgyzstan ? Episode 478 Chris: Amateur Traveler, episode 478. Today, the Amateur Traveler talks about bazaars and lakes and sacred mountains. Break out your atlas, because today we […]
Hear about travel to northern South Korea as the Amateur Traveler talks to Katie of aroundtheworldinktdays.com about the area of South Korea where she is living. Katie says “The northern part of […]
This Week in Travel – Travel News Podcast. Regular hosts Gary Arndt and Jen Leo are joined by this week’s guest: Kerwin McKensie from passrider.com Subscribe on iTunes | Become a Fan on Facebook | Download […]
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Whenever you are on the road in Europe, you are bound to have a few frustrating experiences. This happened to me a few years ago when I was on the road inspecting hotels across Europe. I had a bad feeling when I checked into my second hotel on my trip to Lisbon. I was in » Read more
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Few beverages seem as intimidating as wine. Images of blind tastings, snobbish conversations about vintages, and hefty price tags immediately come to mind. Coming to Paris, wine drinkers are like kids in a candy store. Affordable and delicious wine flows freely, but travelers can easily be duped. Whether you?re looking for some vin rouge to go » Read more
Amsterdam is one of Europe?s most interesting and quirky cities, so why not opt for a hotel to match? Whether you want to sleep on a boat, immerse yourself in art, sleep in a futuristic neon cube or surround yourself with porn, there is an accommodation to suit your needs. Related: Amsterdam Hotel Advice: Read » Read more
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Paris is so saturated with museums, monuments and historical landmarks that it?s difficult to know where to begin planning. But once you’ve booked your airfare and secured a good price on a Paris hotel, it’s time to start thinking about the fun stuff. For those looking to save some euros, one place to begin your » Read more
Maybe it?s because I?m American, but I can spot our style from a mile away. I see it all over Amsterdam: The baseball cap, the oh-so handy cargo pants, and a sporty, all weather and near fluorescent wind breaker. We stick out like sore thumbs in Euroland. Of course, standing out is not necessarily a » Read more
We’ve written a series of articles with tips for traveling green on the return trip home. At the end of my study abroad trip to Russia, I found myself scrambling to find souvenirs for family and friends. Fortunately, I stumbled upon a market and found awesome locally-made sustainable souvenirs a few hours before I boarded my…
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Vacations are meant to be carefree. Still, most people are rightfully concerned about how things are going at home while they are away. Just as concerning is the feeling of not being entirely safe at the destination either. Is it possible for travelers to feel protected while also being assured that things at home are fine? Yes!…
What I Learned at the Most Eco-Friendly Wedding Ever The food was grown by the bride and groom, the toilets were composting, and the tableware was borrowed from friends.... Registry: At a Local Shop or Donation to Non-Profit We learned the hard way that if you register at a national store (like Crate & Barrel), you'll receive an obscene amount of packaging with your gifts.
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Lately, I?ve seen plain white travel coffee mugs everywhere. They catch my eye because they look like paper coffee mugs, but they?re not. Just look at this and tell me it doesn?t look like a run-of-the-mill Starbucks disposable mug: More and more people are starting to use reusable ? and when they are this cute…
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Are you ever actively trying to save water? When you turn on the shower or fill your glass, you probably take for granted the clean water that comes out. But millions of people around the world aren’t so lucky. In fact, 3.6 million people – including 1.5 million children – die each year from water-related diseases.…