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10 of the best vintage stores in Europe!

Everywhere you look there are shops that mirror history. And we’re not talking about museums or galleries, but about vintage (thrift) stores. Whether you want to dress yourself to m...


Trekking: What the Nepalese could learn from the Bhutanese

You’ve undoubtedly heard about the tragedy on the Annapurna Circuit in Nepal last week where 40+ people died when heavy snow and blizzard conditions unexpectedly hit during prime tr...


Peschici: Whitewashed Homes and Cobblestone Roads

A visual journey through the historic center of Peschici, a village on the northern coast of Gargano, Italy. ____________ Dave's 160-page, all-original Lima Travel Guide is now available ...


100 Books in 100 Months: Eugene Yiga’s Literary Quest

This is a quest case study. (Read others or nominate yourself.) Eugene Yiga fell in love with the written word – and took that love to quest-level when he decided to read the 100 Gr...


100 Books in 100 Weeks: Eugene Yiga’s Literary Quest

This is a quest case study. (Read others or nominate yourself.) Eugene Yiga fell in love with the written word – and took that love to quest-level when he decided to read the 100 Gr...



How to Become Fluent in Spanish (and Other Languages)

I'm determined to become fluent in Spanish, and I'm close. Here's how I'm doing it, with some useful tools and resources. The post How to Become Fluent in Spanish (and Other Languages) a...


The Abandoned Airport in Congo that Became a Playground

I spend a lot of time in nice airports—and plenty of not-so-nice ones, too. But seeing these photos from war photographer Michael Christopher Brown made me reflect on my days as an aid wo...


Skylodge – The Edgiest Hotel in the World

We’ve been having some pretty incredible experiences here in Peru; it feels like we have been bouncing from one awesome adventure to another. But our most recent outing with Natura ...


A Culinary and Lifestyle Adventure to Ethiopia

Check out this short film for a unique glimpse into Ethiopian daily life. Follow the process of making injera and harvesting the local coffee with a soundtrack that will make you want to ...


A Magic Broadcast Channel That Will Help you Reach the World

Imagine being able to share your thoughts with anyone at any time. From this broadcast channel, you can say whatever you want … no matter how unusual or unconventional, or even no m...


30 hours in Dublin!

Yesterday, I left Amsterdam for an extremely short trip to Dublin. I wish I could have stayed much longer, as I always love walking around beautiful and friendly Dublin. Especially now th...


Have an iPhone? Please review our app!

In the app market we are competing with giant companies like Google, Lonely Planet & Tripadvisor. For self-funded niche app publishers with no advertising budget, the only way to stan...


6 Discoveries from Near and Far: Volume XVI

Things I've found on long walks in foreign cities, or perhaps when someone posted them on Twitter.


“I have always sought to have autonomy”: On the Road with Evan Dufour

This is a traveler case study. (Read others or nominate yourself.) When I learned of Evan’s tale of medical woes in India, I wanted to hear more about his decision to travel the wor...


Gluten Free in Greece

Staying gluten-free in Greece, including a tailored celiac card, & suggestions for food. The post Gluten Free in Greece appeared first on Legal Nomads.


Adventure Is a State of Mind

By Daniel NollWhat is adventure? We explore the definition and unpack 10 emotional and physical dimensions of adventure in travel and life.The post Adventure Is a State of Mind appeared f...


A Week-In-The-Life of Derek Freal: Locked Up Abroad!

An intense week-in-the-life of Derek locked up abroad in Indonesia, facing deportation for a Tweet that caught the attention of the Indonesian government. The post A Week-In-The-Life of D...


Lessons from the Journey: Misadventures Produce Confidence

From my own 193-country journey to the stories of many other people who were kindly willing to share, The Happiness of Pursuit attempts to extract and convey the lessons of modern-day que...


This week only: free #Cologne iPhone app!

Are you a Cologne local, or planning to go there some time soon? Cologne is our City of the week – the iPhone app is free from October 20th to October 26th (regular price: €3.59)! T...


Mini City Guide: Lauterbrunnen, Switzerland

I love big cities, and always enjoy returning to Hong Kong, New York, and Sydney—among many others. But what about those unknown gems that are off the beaten tourist path… those obs...


#GraceGetFit Week 3: Why I workout in the morning

Last week for Week 2, I talked about Why I workout during the weekend, so for this week, I’d like to share what time of day I choose to do my workouts. Three weeks has passed since ...


Big Bonus Ending: Last Day (Really) to Fly & Stay for Nearly Free with 70,000 Points

Link: 70,000 Ultimate Rewards Bonus (Ending Soon) It’s finally going away! The best credit card signup bonus we’ve seen all year will revert to 50,000 points (still a good deal, just not ...


“The only reason to be in business is to be great.”

A conversation with David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker. Interviewer: The role of an editor is much broader today. Is there anything you feel uncomfortable doing, or is there anything...


Matrimonio Viña Undurraga | Monica y Jorge

It was one of those days where everything just clicks. The sun down over the mountains on this little vineyard wedding, Moni and Jorge irradiated pure joy onto everyone in attendance. The...