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  • Fries, Dressing, and Gravy: A Newfoundland Speciality
    If you’ve ever been to Newfoundland you’ve probably had someone tell you to try chips, gravy, and dressing. And I bet you were confused. Chips? Like...Lays? Dressing? Like...ranch? Nope and nope. The post Fries, Dressing, and Gravy: A Newfoundland Speciality appeared first on Suitcase and Heels and is not allowed ... Read more
    Source: Suitcase and HeelsPublished on 21-04-2017
  • Alternative Australia – Off the Beaten Track Down Under
    Sunny Australia. What can we say? Land of beaches, bbqs, and boomerangs. Kangaroos and Koalas. Champagne by the sea on Christmas day and every dangerous living creature on the planet is out to kill you (watch out for those pesky drop-bears). It’s also a land long synonymous with cliché, as ... Read more
    Source: eTrampingPublished on 21-04-2017
  • How to Travel with a Theme
    I think I’ve become a “typical tourist.” Ya know, the kind that hits the major tourist sites and a few off-the-path attractions, Yelps a few local restaurants, and moves on. I get my basic overview, learn how to save some money, and continue to the next destination. And that’s ... Read more
    Source: Nomadic MattPublished on 20-04-2017
  • Cooking Across Borders in Berlin
    By Audrey Scott “Add a little sugar to the saffron,” Farzane said as she worked the combination in her mortar and pestle. “It makes it easier to grind.” Farzane, a 20-year old refugee from Afghanistan who’d come to Berlin with her family in the last year, was deep in ... Read more
    Source: Uncornered MarketPublished on 18-04-2017
  • New Video: Backpacking in Ecuador
    I recently was able to take a short trip to Ecuador. Though brief, the experience was very enriching. I was able to visit 2 of the 3 major regions of the country and see several cities along the way. Check out the video from the trip.   The post New ... Read more
    Source: Backpacking DiplomacyPublished on 18-04-2017
  • How to Eat Around the World on a Vegan Diet
    As an omnivore, traveling is pretty easy on my stomach. There’s nothing I won’t eat (or at least try once. Like those fried maggots in Thailand) and I don’t have any food allergies to worry about. Outside of an inability to handle spicy food, I’m pretty lucky. I know ... Read more
    Source: Nomadic MattPublished on 17-04-2017
  • Financial Case Study: Anna Phipps, Blogger, Freelance Writer
    In this series, we’re exploring the various careers of world travelers, and how they make ends meet financially while living abroad. Yes, financially sustainable full-time travel is possible!   Anna Phipps is a travel writer, blogger and digital marketing consultant who quit her job in the UK in December 2012 ... Read more
    Source: The Professional HoboPublished on 17-04-2017
  • What You Need to Know Before Island Hopping in El Nido, Palawan
    It’s the main reason why people endure that six hour bumpy, swervy, roller coaster of a shuttle ride to and from Puerto Princesa. Island hopping in El Nido in the Philippines. It’s a pure tropical island experience. So what do you need to know before you go? The post What ... Read more
    Source: Suitcase and HeelsPublished on 17-04-2017
  • What You Need to Know Before Island Hopping in El Nido, Palawan
    It’s the main reason why people endure that six hour bumpy, swervy, roller coaster of a shuttle ride to and from Puerto Princesa. Island hopping in El Nido in the Philippines. It’s a pure tropical island experience. So what do you need to know before you go? The post What ... Read more
    Source: Suitcase and HeelsPublished on 17-04-2017
  • Easter at the Beach in Santa Monica!
    Easter at the Beach in Santa Monica! Happy Easter! Happy Spring! Happy Passover! California is different. We're lucky that our Happy Easter! Happy Spring! Happy Passover! California is different. We're lucky that our church holds their Easter Service on the beach in Santa Monica and open to all and we've ... Read more
    Source: SoulTravelers3Published on 17-04-2017
  • The Best Places for Instagram Photos in Los Angeles
    Half the fun of a trip to Los Angeles is taking the perfect photos for Instagram. It’s more than just a matter of standing on a street corner or pointing at a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Your Instagram photos need that something extra so that you ... Read more
    Source: Adventurous AndreaPublished on 13-04-2017
  • Is Europe Safe to Visit Right Now?
    Thanks to a few high-profile terrorist attacks and riots across Europe and ongoing media coverage of things that are only ever bad, I’ve gotten a number of emails asking me if Europe is safe to visit. The questions are always the same: “Is the likelihood of a terrorist attack ... Read more
    Source: Nomadic MattPublished on 13-04-2017
  • Do You Really Need Travel Insurance?
    I was alone in New York, sitting in the waiting room of an urgent care clinic, freaking out at my friend via text. I’d innocently tripped while going up a set of stairs at a subway station and somehow ended up slicing my toe open and needing stitches. But I ... Read more
    Source: Suitcase and HeelsPublished on 12-04-2017
  • Who Should and Shouldn’t Go to North Korea
    This article is part of our North Korea section: series of articles exploring everything you need to know about visiting DPRK. Head to our main North Korea (DPRK) page for more information. A visit to North Korea isn’t exactly everyone’s cup of tea. Its political and cultural isolation from the ... Read more
    Source: eTrampingPublished on 11-04-2017
  • How to Backpack Europe: My Step-by-Step Guide
    Europe in the summer can be a nightmare. It’s the most popular time to visit the continent. There are tourists EVERYWHERE! Yet, despite that, it’s still one of my favorite times of the year to visit (May and October are really the best, though). During the summer, the hostels ... Read more
    Source: Nomadic MattPublished on 10-04-2017
  • Financial Travel Tip #130: Travel Insurance you Already Have With Your Credit Card
    When you make certain travel reservations with your credit card, you may automatically get travel insurance, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars. Below are two forms of automatic credit card insurance – along with factors to consider and questions to ask. Flight, Baggage, Trip Cancellation Insurance When you pay for ... Read more
    Source: The Professional HoboPublished on 10-04-2017
  • California Travel: Visiting the Huntington Botanical Gardens in Pasadena – Photo Essay
    California Travel: Visiting the Huntington Botanical Gardens in Pasadena - Photo Essay If you love beauty and nature, don't miss the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens when you visit Los Angeles. If you love beauty and nature, don't miss the Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens when you visit ... Read more
    Source: SoulTravelers3Published on 09-04-2017
  • What to Pack for London in the Spring
    Spring is one of the best times to visit London. The temperatures are starting to go up but the hordes of summer tourists haven't descended on the city yet. Whether you're visiting for a long weekend or a longer trip, with just a few staples, you can look chic and ... Read more
    Source: Suitcase and HeelsPublished on 07-04-2017
  • Top Recommendations for Airbnbs in Playa del Carmen
    Recommended Airbnbs in Playa del Carmen Interested in finding the best airbnb apartment in Playa del Carmen for your upcoming visit? Well, I’ve got you covered. Below, you’ll find a short list of recommended airbnb apartment rentals in Playa del Carmen for whether you’re traveling as a a single or ... Read more
    Source: Pause The MomentPublished on 06-04-2017
  • Are Travel Agents Still Useful?
    Back before the Internet, when people wanted to plan a vacation, most used a travel agent. These lovely folks would book your flights, cruises, resort stays, honeymoons, and everything in between. According to Ryan Geist of Burner Air, “Travel agencies back in the day banked hard on packages and ... Read more
    Source: Nomadic MattPublished on 06-04-2017
  • Allbirds Wool Runners: The best shoes ever?
    People have been asking me for this one for a while, and here it finally is. Allbirds has been generating some adorably cult-like enthusiasm among all sorts of people, and I’ve been spotting them all over the place like it’s the new Whatever Sneaker is Trendy Nowadays. People often talk about ... Read more
    Source: Snarky NomadPublished on 05-04-2017
  • Financial Case Study: Carlo and Florence, Content Generation
    In this series, we’re exploring the various careers of world travelers, and how they make ends meet financially while living abroad. Yes, financially sustainable full-time travel is possible!   Carlo and Florence are a couple from Ireland who have been together 11 years and have visited 51 countries together. They ... Read more
    Source: The Professional HoboPublished on 03-04-2017
  • Cape Town From Above: A Helicopter Trip Over the City
    Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world with a stunning setting between mountains and sea. It’s even more spectacular from above and I highly recommend splurging on a helicopter trip over the city to make the most of those breathtaking views. It was even better ... Read more
    Source: Never Ending VoyagePublished on 03-04-2017
  • 9 Top Things to Do in Melbourne
    The state capital of Australia’s Victoria, Melbourne is also the nation’s cultural heart. There are many excellent things to do in Melbourne, many of which are low-cost or free; a trip to Melbourne needn’t break the bank – you can actually spend the entire day here for less than $25! ... Read more
    Source: eTrampingPublished on 03-04-2017
  • Surfing Costa Rica: Nicoya Peninsula 4×4 Road Trip
    Costa Rica Surfing Road Trip Nicoya Penninsula, Costa Rica Surfing is unpredictable, and forces you out of your comfort zone. You only have a few seconds to decide if you’re going to commit to that wave quickly barreling down behind you. If you guess wrong, or hesitate, the results might ... Read more
    Source: Expert VagabondPublished on 30-03-2017