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Articles written by: Elizabeth Kovar

Elizabeth is fitness professional, workshop presenter and freelance writer. She is an active traveler who treks the globe looking for interesting stories to write and places to photograph. Her most significant travel achievements include living and volunteering in Australia twice and studied yoga in India.

World’s Strangest Bars

World’s Strangest Bars

When on the road, drinking a beer or sipping a gin and tonic go hand-in-hand, not only for a night out on the town, but makes for an interesting tale and memory. But nothing says “Facebook” post more than an out-of-this-world type of bar or lounge. Whether you spin right […]

7 Best Archeological Sites Around the World

7 Best Archeological Sites Around the World

To where the world is heading, we must look into the past. Ancient history lives strong today and showcases still-standing, remarkable structures around the world. These ancient sites boost local tourism, but it’s a no brainer, these statues, buildings or monuments are some of the most magnificently designed structures on […]

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8 Awesome Travel Ideas

Everyone’s got places to go and dreams to explore. The world is a big place and there are plenty of ancient and modern places to discover. Jump out of your comfort zone and into the unknown of living life under water to pushing your boundaries on a major hike. Keep […]

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World’s Best Spring Flower Destinations

Spring is here, and so is another opportunity to admire the local, seasonal blossoms. Spring flowers create beauty in the most natural environments to attract aficionados and photographers. If you’re looking to adore more than the local daffodils and hyacinths, take a trip to some of the world’s best spring […]

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Best Places to Admire Spring Cherry Blossoms

Springs flowers always bring springtime showers, but that is no excuse not to admire the local blooms and blossoms. Every March through May thousands of locals and travelers explore various destinations to admire, smell and photograph the cherry blossom tree. Sometimes referred to as “sakura,” Japanese for the cherry blossom, […]

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Top Volcano Vacations in the World

It’s not every trip that one gets to vacation at a volcano. So if you’re going to do it, it’s best to do it right the first time to benefit from the most adventurous, lava-filled itinerary on the planet.  Each volcano offers its own exploration and (lack of) danger, but […]

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Best US Cities for Public Art

Art is that three-letter word that everyone enjoys and appreciates. It brings character to city streets and beauty to public spaces. But the best aspect of art is that one does not necessarily need to be in a museum to enjoy the best of art. From gentrification to being part […]

Coolest Cave Hotels

Coolest Cave Hotels

For those who yearn for seclusion from light, air and day, get your underground fix at one of these cave hotels. Become a geological wonder as you dive into the earth’s crust and experience soundless sleep. Cave hotels are not common, and although there are plenty of underground buildings, not […]

World’s Weirdest Hostels

World’s Weirdest Hostels

Looking for an affordable, yet weird place to rest your head at night? Sleep off the beaten path at some of these unique, and definitely strange, hostels. Traveling on a budget sometimes seems limited, but there are plenty of estranged opportunities and accommodations to fit your pocketbook. From prison cells […]

Most Sacred Native American Sites

Most Sacred Native American Sites

Long before modern buildings and chíc cafés, Native Americans ruled the land, and found a deep connection with the earth and nature. These spiritual areas are now known as sacred sites, which still hold a special place in the Native American culture’s heart. So the next time you want to […]