Posts Tagged‘travel advice’

American author, businessman, and humorist Mark Twain once said: “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts.” I can attest to this quote. I…

Building friendships while volunteering

Guest Post from Andrew Tipp Gap year volunteering. It’s a rite of passage. For years intrepid young backpackers have been leaving home to do some good and see the world. This has naturally resulted in…

Marco Polo

(…or, How to Reconnect with the Pace and Poetry of Overland Travel) Marco! Polo! Ever wondered where that tiresome game originates from? Of course you haven’t, but it’s an interesting and relevant story, so read…

The Midway Battleship in San Diego, California

The West Coast of the US is one of the nicest places to lose yourself on a holiday, whether it’s been planned for months or you’re booking a quick-and-easy last minute excursion. When travelling to…

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