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Shannon speaks with organizations and universities around the world about the importance of global citizenship and international travel. Her talks use storytelling and practical advice, coupled with humor and warmth, to inspire audiences to take action on their travel dreams. More speaking info ...
A blog on clarity, happiness and pursuing your dreams. Practical and motivational articles on discovering your passions and inspiring stories.
Travel Ideas for Couples.
the road is life
Why not get firsthand suggestions from travel experts who traversed every nook and corner of India? 10 Year Itch is an award-winning India Travel Portal that provides travel enthusiasts with information on all major destinations in India. Browse through our 900+ articles on various Indian destinations. Find tailor-made itineraries and tours suiting your requirements.
When most people think of Cancun and the surrounding region, they think all-inclusive resorts or Spring Break parties but the area actually has a lot more in the way of culture and history, especially Mayan history, than people think. The Yucatán Peninsula was an important region of the ancient Mayan Empire and still today, Mayan [...]
On the northern edge of the Amazon River basin, Cuyabeno in Ecuador is an awesome, accessible place to see wildlife of all walks of life. We took a "Night-Hike" through the dense vegetation, feeling our way through the forest. There were tonnes of creeping critters, including A LOT of Jumping Spiders.
No, we did not give up on the project. It is still a work in progress and may be for quite some time. When I started this project I hoped to get it complete while my kids were still young. However, that didn't happen.
Off-duty anthropologist observing everyday life in Peru
Welcome to Across & Abroad: the adventure travel blog. Explore the world alongside Canadian travel writer David Webb.
The travel packing mantra is always "less is more". Adding anything to my suitcase is a critical decision on balancing weight, space and necessity. Very few non-apparel items make it on the necessary list. So needless to say, I was skeptical when the TravelWise Packing Cube System came to my door.
After eating lunch in our Asfalou language and cultural madrassa, I often walk through the fields of beans, alfalfa, & wheat to find a spot to sit and draw.
Alaska travel channel, offering videos of great Alaska getaways, outdoor recreation, lodges, destinations, reviews, travel tips, photography and tours.
Blog about cycling, touring and bikepacking in remote Asia
Travel, South America, south america, solo traveling, climbing, mountain project, skiing, alpinism, patagonia
Which destinations to travel to next and what to do, see and eat there. Learn from the award winning Amateur Traveler podcast.
Creative Web Producer - Wallace Shaw, The Art House
Sorry I haven't updated my blog in a while. My family and I just migrated to Canada and I had been busy with all the preparations and stuff. Now I'm back and I am writing to you from Beautiful British Columbia (as the license plates here says :D).
Thailand villa s holiday travel blog with Thai recipes and Thai vacation rental news
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Then we stare out over the town, imagining having the time to even see each other for longer than a coffee break once or twice a day. We're both exhausted. We're losing weight like drunk dromedaries.
Discover odd jobs abroad, travel jobs abroad and location independent jobs abroad. You can do what you want where you want, if you just hustle.
NEVER. EVER.... EVER in your LIFE sleep on an air bed which goes down in the night. I think that I am broken. Forever. Sleeping with your head on air and your arse on the ground is not a natural position. Not even for me. Which you may find weird...
When it comes to finding accommodations while traveling, I'm somewhat of a pragmatist. I don't require 5* stays mostly because I see it as a colossal waste of money. When I travel, I see my hotel room as somewhere to lay my head at night.