My 17 Favorite Hostels in the World

Updated: 07/09/18 | July 9th, 2018 I often write about my favorite hostels in regions around the world. Today, I want to combine it all into one place and talk about the best hostels in the world. At least, what I think are the best hostels. These hostels embody the traits I love: friendly staff,…

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70 Free Things to Do in London

07/06/2018 | July 6th 2018 London is one of the most expensive cities in the world to visit, sleep, eat, drink, or just plain live in. There’s no way to sugar coat it. London eats into your budget quicker than Homer Simpson eats into a donut. While there are many ways to visit London on…

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24 Ways to Save Money in Paris in 2018

Updated: 07/01/2018 | July 1st, 2018 Uncorking a bottle of French wine on a sunny day, spreading brie on a baguette, gazing out on the Paris skyline in front of the Sacré-Coeur in Montmartre — to me, that’s the perfect day. Paris is one of my favorite cities in the world thanks to its cobblestone…

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How to (Legally) Stay in Europe for More Than 90 Days

When I planned my move to Sweden a few years ago, I tried to figure out how to get past the 90-day limit placed on tourist visas in the Schengen Area. This is a problem encountered by thousands of travelers every year and a question that regularly (especially this time of year) pops up in…

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5 of the most luxurious foodie places to stay in Australia

Shares 229 The level of luxury in hotels in Australia has risen markedly in recent years. The model for luxury in Australia often combines some of the country’s stunning natural attractions with a high thread count on the sheets and amazing food and wine. All five of the hotels on this list are located in…

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How to Spend 24 Hours in an Airplane

I’m an aviation geek, which means I love all things related to planes (even if I’m terrified of flying). Planes fascinate me. They have like 8,000 parts and weigh multiple tons but still manage to stay up in the sky without falling apart! I mean have you ever seen one of those bolts holding up…

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The 5 most photographed sites in Galapagos

While most people consider Galapagos as a wildlife photographer’s paradise (they are not wrong), the islands also offer a wide variety of striking land and seascapes.   Born of fire, the archipelago consists of over 100 islands and islets formed by regular volcanic eruptions over the past 5 million years.   The newest islands to the west…

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How to Stop Making Excuses

Note: Six months ago, I read Ramit’s “Manifesto for 2018” and got inspired. I ended up cranking this out. Remember New Year’s? When you were going to lose weight, drink less, read more, save more, cook more, and maybe ride a unicorn (hey, anything is possible!)? But deep down you — and I — knew…

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Inside the luxury hotel where Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un will meet

By Paul Johnson on Jun 06, 2018 in Accommodation, Asia, Bars, Celebrities, Events, Featured, Going Out, Hotels, Leisure Travel, Regions, Resorts, Restaurants, Singapore, Spas & Pampering, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany Shares 106 It has been announced that the historic meeting between President Trump and Kim Jong-un scheduled for later this month will take place at…

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Top 5 wilderness and splendid isolation holidays

By Claire Powell on Apr 27, 2018 in Accommodation, Alaska, Argentina, Canada, Hotels, Leisure Travel, New Zealand, North America, Oceania, Pacific Islands, Regions, Resorts, South America, Speciality Travel, USA Shares 186 It’s not that you’re not sociable, you just want to get away from it all. Us too. For those off-the-grid moments that we all…

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