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How I Travel: Coleman Collins

How I Travel: Coleman Collins

This “How I Travel” profiles Coleman Collins, a basketball player with a serious case of wanderlust, a nose for adventure, and an insatiable thirst for life. We should all be so lucky.

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Travel Hacking for Dummies

Travel Hacking for Dummies

Many travellers become fanatical about travel hacking, but let’s face it, not everyone has a credit card. So, does this mean that travel hacking is only for those of a certain class? In a word, no!

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Solo Travel for Non-Solo Travelers

Solo Travel for Non-Solo Travelers

Are you married? In a relationship? A family man or woman? Are you a 100% non-solo traveler? Jenn Miller shares why solo travel is still important even when you’re not a solo traveler.

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Up from the River…Seeing Milwaukee from Its Waterfront Pubs

Up from the River…Seeing Milwaukee from Its Waterfront Pubs

Milwaukee have many interesting and entertaining sights. As the city that beer built, we only thought it fitting to see it through the boozy eyes of its many waterfront bars.

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10 Free Things to Do in the UK [Sponsored Post]

10 Free Things to Do in the UK [Sponsored Post]

The UK isn’t typically seen as a budget travel destination. If you hope to travel in the UK and are on a tight budget, check out these ten free things to do in the UK.

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Miami Nice – Family Fun in South Beach, Florida

Miami Nice – Family Fun in South Beach, Florida

Traveling to South Beach with toddlers may not be an obvious choice, what with the drag shows, 36 oz. giant drinks, and scantily-clad bodies everywhere, but Michelle Lafleur will show you that there are enough kid-friendly activities to keep little ones entertained on a budget that parents can afford.

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Leave your heart in San Francisco

Leave your heart in San Francisco

The foggy city by the bay will leave you seduced by the chilled-out vibe, worn out by rolling hills, sated by fresh fusion cooking and blissed out by hazy California afternoons. San Francisco will charm you for sure but be warned: it may also claim your heart.

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Dumpling Impulse: Discovering Mandut Guk in Seoul

Dumpling Impulse: Discovering Mandut Guk in Seoul

Following her traveler’s instincts, Nancy Penrose was rewarded with a memorable and delicious dumpling soup at a restaurant in Seoul.

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Top 5 Countries to Volunteer Outdoors in for Adventurous Travelers

Top 5 Countries to Volunteer Outdoors in for Adventurous Travelers

Adventure travel and volunteer travel both offer a unique perspective on a new destination. Katie Boyer is here to offer 5 of the top destinations for combining adventure travel with volunteering.

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A Breath of Fresh Air – Clearing my Mind on the Trail in Northern New Mexico

A Breath of Fresh Air – Clearing my Mind on the Trail in Northern New Mexico

After our first year in the corporate world, four girlfriends find perspective about what really matters while hiking in New Mexico.

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The Sun Sets on Backpacking in Turkey

The Sun Sets on Backpacking in Turkey

Travel to Turkey has never been more safe and comfortable, but should that be the point? Meghan MacIver looks at what’s being lost with Turkey’s new tourism development.

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How I Travel: Johnny Jet

How I Travel: Johnny Jet

This week’s “How I Travel” profile is the frequent-flying Johnny Jet – who, believe it or not, was once afraid to fly. Rest assured, he got over that fear a long time ago.

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Long-Term Travel vs. Short Vacations

Long-Term Travel vs. Short Vacations

Find out why we at BootsnAll think every person should take a long-term trip at some point in their lives, and how long-term travel differs greatly from a shorter vacation.

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The Role of Pain in Travel

The Role of Pain in Travel

Travel often has an element of suffering intrinsic to the process, but what about pain as a catalyst for travel? What about the value of suffering physically for the greater journey, both internally and externally? Should we, as indie travelers, be seeking to make the journey more comfortable, or intentionally making it more difficult? How much notice should we take of the pain and discomfort of a journey? What is its proper place, mentally and physically, in an adventure?

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How to Use a Guidebook Without Letting it Ruin Your Trip

How to Use a Guidebook Without Letting it Ruin Your Trip

Some travelers are very against using guidebooks on the road. Steve Bramucci is one of them, but here he shares advice on how to get a lot out of the things in spite of the potential pitfalls.

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Meditation in Nepal

Meditation in Nepal

Ever wondered what life in a meditation camp is actually like? Join David Joshua Jennings in Kathmandu, Nepal, to see what goes through the mind of a traveler when he’s not allowed to communicate for 11 days.

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How I Travel: Ellen Hopkins

How I Travel: Ellen Hopkins

This week’s How I Travel profiles Ellen Hopkins, the New York Times best-selling author.

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12 Reasons to Create a Travel Lifestyle

12 Reasons to Create a Travel Lifestyle

Travel can be a lifestyle, a genuine life routine. Vickie Lillo will show 12 reasons to travel and how you can start planning for that round-the-world adventure, even if you have to take it a few days at a time.

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First Hand Experiences

First Hand Experiences

Indie travel is all about having first hand experiences… so what happens when a seasoned traveler decides there’s one she doesn’t want to have?

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