Tag: adventure


After nearly eight hours in the air I finally arrived at my destination. The grass seemed to be such a vivid green, the people talked differently, and the streets looked like no city I had ever seen before. It was unfamiliarly beautiful and I was so excited to go explore that I couldn’t check in to my hotel fast enough. I had made it to Ireland for...

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I never know what to expect when I tell someone about an upcoming solo travel trip. While some people are overly enthusiastic about how amazing it’s going to be, there will always be critics who just don’t understand what could possibly make me want to travel all by myself in a foreign country that I have never been to before. I tend to get expressions of concern, shock, or (my...

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Portland, Oregon is not typically a dream destination that comes to mind when planning for your next trip. In contrast to the beaches and tropical getaways, sometimes an alternative vacation destination is the best choice.  If you are looking for delicious food, welcoming locals, and plenty of opportunities to stay active, Portland is the place for you. Check out the affordable charm for yourself and get started...

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Travel Moments: Kaspars and Una of We Are From Latvia December 8, 2013. India. We have been cycling across India for almost 2 months, and in a few days we are planning to arrive in Goa, to spend a month living in an apartment by the ocean. The sun is setting. We are reaching the top of the mountain. And we are exhausted. But the...

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Travel Moments: Tianna of The Passport Chronicles One of the best experiences I ever had was in India. When I got to New Dehli it was chaotic to say the least. Anyone who has ever been to India can understand, its crowded, dusty and loud. I thought maybe I won’t like India. Instead I fell in love with the chaos. One of the first days...

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Travel Moments: Kirsten of Globetrotter in a Wheelchair In 1992 my husband Dieter and I traveled through former Soviet Union with a group of other Danish people. We visited Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan for one month. By a coincidence, we got contacted by a family in former capital Alma-Ata where we were invited to stay. We did so for a week. The other Danes went back to...

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Travel Moments: Claudia and Pasquale Sarajevo is absolutely one of the best cities we visited. Adorable people and magical atmosphere, there is no way to forget the moments we lived there. As usual, we reached the city by motorbike and it was pretty impossible to find our guesthouse. Google maps doesn’t help you in Sarajevo. But maybe it wasn’t a bad thing, because we had the...

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As you prepare for that big trip you have coming up, there is likely extensive planning involved. Booking your flight and lodging, figuring out what to pack, researching how to get around, determining what activities you want to do… the list can go on and on. One of the most important things to have on your list that can be easy to overlook is travel insurance....

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Travel Moments: Shannon of SoleSeeking One night in Skógar, Iceland, I was sharing a hostel dorm with a Chinese family. Three generations were present – the grandma, parents and the young child. The grandmother watched me admiringly as I brushed my hair in the mirror. The parents nodded a shy ‘hello’ at me. The little girl stared at me curiously as I re-filled my backpack. In the...

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