Traveling alone or in a group can start to get boring after awhile, especially if you’ve created your own North American microcosm in your hotel room. One way to shake things up is to reach
Articles written by: Caroline Kellough
If you’ve lost your bags, had your wallet stolen, or become lost in a city where you don’t speak the language, your travel experience can quickly turn from dream to nightmare. However inconvenient these instances
The holidays are over and the detoxing has begun. Now is the time of year where the entire nation, perhaps the world, is nursing a wicked hangover. Your head is pounding, your stomach is turning,
Air travel can be a drag. Everyone has their own airport horror story: getting lost on the tram to nowhere, losing our bags in countries where we don’t speak the language,
The new year is upon us and while many are making resolutions to lose weight, quit smoking, or save money, I am creating a list of travel goals. Whether you are still daydreaming about your next adventure or are
Traveling is a rewarding experience. And while we all have dreams to live lavishly: stay in awesome hotels, eat all of the best local cuisine, and participate in awesome adventures (sky diving, scuba, camel rides
One pleasure that comes from travel is the opportunity to try all sorts of new things. Whether you’re interested in skydiving, shopping in a bizarre, or trying new foods, traveling often encourages us to test our limits.
While in the throes of travel, you may find yourself bouncing from nightclub to nightclub (or, hilariously known as Discotheques in
So you’ve graduated with a four year degree but your major in conflict studies or communications is leaving you high and dry. It’s time to end the charade and pursue that “pie-in-the-sky”
Soon the holidays will be over and the post festival hangover will begin. So if you’re like me, you’ve already begun planning the amazing, life-altering, fantastical adventure of a lifetime. Anything to get you through, right?