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How I Travel: Anthony Bourdain

How I Travel: Anthony Bourdain

Any traveler who lives to eat or foodie who loves to travel knows Anthony Bourdain – an opinionated former-chef with a penchant for pork who delivers delicious doses of snark in every episode of Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations. This week, he gave How I Travel a little piece of his mind…and we happily ate it up.

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Gourmet Food on the Road: Cooking While Traveling

Gourmet Food on the Road: Cooking While Traveling

Do you enjoy cooking at home? Do you often like to take those cooking skills on the road with you? Jenn Molholt outlines some tips and offers some recipes for enjoying some home cooked food on the road. Whether you’re camping, staying in a hostel, or renting an apartment, these recipes will make you some friends and save a few bucks.

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Making the World Your Global Classroom

Making the World Your Global Classroom

Follow in the footsteps of ancient warriors. Peer out from the ramparts of their fortresses. Marvel at the sophistication of these by-gone civilizations. Stand in awe at their accomplishments in medicine and mathematics, art and engineering. Learning through first-hand experiences will offer you maximum retention…long after your final test grades…long after the writing on your class notes has faded.

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Latest Traveler Articles

#JustOneRhino – Save Rhinos and Win Prizes

#JustOneRhino – Save Rhinos and Win Prizes

Travelers Building Change is raffling off over $30,000 in awesome prizes to those that donate as little as $20 to their #JustOneRhino campaign – which is raising money for Rhinos Without Borders and helping save the critically endangered rhino population.

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HSP and World Travel

HSP and World Travel

Do you feel overwhelmed by crowds, noise, and instability? Are you jumpy and a worrier? Kelly O’Laughlin shares tips on how you can travel the world successfully when you are highly sensitive to your surroundings.

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Confessions of a Reformed Spender

Confessions of a Reformed Spender

I once read that saving money is a lot like getting in shape–it’s not enough to swap a salad for a pizza slice here and there, you really have to commit and just choose to eat healthy and visit the gym. Saving money for travel is similar in that you have to choose to save money and put your purchases into perspective. Although I am a reformed spender (who occasionally relapses with the impulse purchase at Duane Reade) these tricks have come a long way in helping me save for my adventure.

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Traveling with Friends

Traveling with Friends

All too often I have heard people lament their group of friends for letting their travel plans fall through due to getting “complicated.” I have found that planning a group trip is more manageable when tackled in parts rather than all at once. Consider this your guide.

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Pros and Cons of a Gap Year

Pros and Cons of a Gap Year

Have you pondered taking a gap year to travel? Lauren Fitzpatrick from Go Overseas is here to outline the pros and cons to help you make the most informed decision.

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5 Best Spots to Volunteer in Asia

5 Best Spots to Volunteer in Asia

Overwhelmed by all the volunteering possibilities in Asia? Let Hannah from Go Overseas, an expert at volunteering abroad, narrow down the options with these 5 incredible opportunities.

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Six Steps to Build a RTW Itinerary with Emirates

Creating a round the world trip itinerary can be frustrating, challenging and exhausting. But it doesn’t need to be. Follow some simple rules, and you can be jetting off to your dream destinations while earning yourself rewards that you can use to treat yourself to flight upgrades, future holidays or indulgent experiences.

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Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

The famous sites like Machu Picchu, the Salt Flats, Patagonia, and Iguazu Falls get all the hype, but there are plenty of beach destinations in South America to add to your gap year itinerary. Hannah Long outlines four of the best.

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Older Featured Articles

How I Travel: Dan Levy

How I Travel: Dan Levy

Comedian and obsessive airline miles collector Dan Levy talks about American Airlines, his packing philosophy, and sitting next to Britney Spears’ Mom in this week’s “How I Travel.”

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A How-To Guide for Enjoying Long Train Rides

A How-To Guide for Enjoying Long Train Rides

So you’ve booked your tickets and you’re ready to set off on a long distance train journey, Tristan Cano explains how to make the most of your time onboard

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5 Ways to Build Community While Traveling

5 Ways to Build Community While Traveling

As the holidays approach many travelers miss home and feel the absence of loved ones deeply. Jenn Miller discusses five ways to build community as you travel and create family for yourself and others while on the road.

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Ultralight Weight Travel and No Baggage Fees

Ultralight Weight Travel and No Baggage Fees

Packing light can be a real challenge for some travelers, but Simone Cannon de Bastardo shows you how to master this skill quickly and easily.

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Pico Iyer on Indie Travel

Pico Iyer on Indie Travel

We asked some of our favorite indie travelers to give us their thoughts on travel and how indie travel helps them better understand themselves and the world around them. Here’s what legendary travel writer Pico Iyer had to say.

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How I Travel: Mark Twain

How I Travel: Mark Twain

In this week’s How I Travel series, we examine the travel style of Mark Twain, one of the world’s best travel writers, through his own words.

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How To Travel Long Distance by Bus

How To Travel Long Distance by Bus

Over the years Pamela has taken several long-haul bus trips. Sometimes she was prepared and other times she wanted to find the closest cliff and dive off. Here are her 8 tips for surviving long-distance bus travel.

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Travel History Lessons

Travel History Lessons

Hanoi is an assault on the senses, but not an unpleasant one at all. Very glad not to be often judged by the actions of her government or the governments of her country that have passed in the generations before my time. People are not refusing to feed her noodles because of President Johnson’s policies, and Jenn Miller is wading through the bustling crowd of contradictions that is Hanoi, Vietnam

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