Articles written by: Magee Walker

Magee Walker was a late bloomer to the snowboard scene, but thankfully discovered the joys of the sport after moving to Vancouver and spending weekends in Whistler. She's now lucky enough to call Whistler her full-time home, and spends her days conquering the mountain, by foot in the summer and by snowboard boot in the winter.

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Discover These Hidden Gems in Canada’s Maritimes

Fresh ocean air. Fresh fish. Refreshingly friendly people. That, in a nutshell, is what you can expect from Canada’s three maritime provinces: New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. From fishing towns to funky small cities, from Celtic culture to Acadian culture, the Eastern Canadian provinces offer an indescribable […]

13 Impossibly Cool AirBnB Accommodations

13 Impossibly Cool AirBnB Accommodations

Why would you even think about renting a plain old hotel room when you could spend your holiday in a tree house, a houseboat or a windmill? These 13 unique AirBnB picks are so awesome, that they’re worth building an entire holiday around. Keep in mind that most AirBnB locations […]


6 Tips for Making Friends Abroad

Think about your favorite travel memory from a past vacation. Got it? Perfect. Now think about what made it memorable. Chances are that it was at least as much about the person or people you were with as it was about the physical place itself. The best sites in the […]

7 of the Best Travel-Related TEDTalks

7 of the Best Travel-Related TEDTalks

Got a bad case of the travel bug? You’re not alone. The remedy just might be included in the list below. Set aside an afternoon to take in these seven incredibly inspiring TEDTalks, all centered around the magic of travel. Warning: side effects may include an even larger urge to […]

6 Dream Jobs for Travelers

6 Dream Jobs for Travelers

Imagine having a job that paid you to travel. It’s not just a fantasy—there really are jobs out there that allow you to travel for a living. We’ve got 6 jobs that any globetrotter would be lucky to have. Take a look at this list—then start grooming your resume.


6 Ways to Have an Authentic Cultural Experience

There is a difference between tourists and travelers. Tourists tend to travel within their comfort zones. Sure, they’ll check out some sights (as recommended by the tour guide or guide book), but they’ll stick to international hotel chains they know and food types they’re familiar with. They’ll leave with a […]


7 Ways to Save Money at the Airport

For many of us, it’s hard not to go a little overboard spending money at the airport. You’re held captive, there’s not much to do, you’re desperate for distraction—and that key chain/bag of chips/paperback is looking very tempting right about now. Stop! Before you hit the airport, check out these […]


8 Tips for Sleeping at the Airport

Nobody likes sleeping at the airport—but sometimes, it’s inevitable. Long layovers, unexpected delays, or—the worst—surprise flight cancellations where your rescheduled flight isn’t until the next day. Desperate times call for desperate measures. Catching some sleep at the airport can make all the difference in your travels—it’s the difference between arriving […]

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How To Make the Most of a Short Trip

Most people would agree that going on a short trip is better than going on no trip at all. Whether you have a limited number of vacation days or your travel budget is on the low side of things, shorter trips can still be a ton of fun—you just need […]


7 Things to Know About Montpellier, France

The problem with France is that there are too many glorious places to visit. Marvels like Paris and Provence take the spotlight, but there are so many other extraordinary regions and cities to see. Or maybe that’s one of France’s advantages—those who wander are rewarded with lively, historical, and culturally […]