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Gallery of Travel Memories

The bare and beige wall above our couch desperately needed some colour. After browsing uninspiring wall art in home decor stores and online, we had the idea of creating our own little gallery of travel posters. 704 more words


The Luggage Dilemma ~ Backpack, Duffle, or Spinner?

One of the most important things to decide on before you embark on an adventure is what kind of luggage are you going to take. You need something… 2,058 more words

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The Traveler Versus A Tourist

 Why do people travel? To escape, to explore other cultures and cuisines, to tick the countries visited off the list, or to see what the world has to offer elsewhere. 1,374 more words

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Life is Confusing

As I sit here in my living room contemplating what my next move in life is, I can’t help but relieve… how fucking insane life is. 711 more words

Taking the Shock out of Culture Shock

An important aspect of deciding where to go will center on how out of your comfort zone culturally you want to be.  This post applies primarily to international travel, but I think has some interesting domestic parallels.   1,402 more words

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The Importance of Context in Trip Planning

We travel for many different reasons.  Before I even start looking at a map, I start thinking about what I want to get out of my next trip.   545 more words

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Travel Planning: Depth or Breadth?

When planning a trip, the first thing most people consider is where to go and how long to go for.  I argue a better place to start is considering the depth or breadth of your trip, and start your planning once you’ve decided on that.   1,058 more words

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