When travelers think of spring break, they conjure up images of beach, sun, and sand. But Vikie Lillo wants you to consider mountains, volcanoes, icebergs, and Vikings when planning your next trip - and these photos should convince you why.
Whether you’re scaling the heights of the Inca Trail, blazing a trail along virgin desert plains, galloping along white sand beaches or riding alongside game on a horseback safari, horse trekking offers an exhilarating and environmentally sustainable way to explore some of the world’s most incredible landscapes.
There's nothing like the power of nature to make us acutely aware of our mortality, or produce what's knows as feelings of “the sublime." David Joshua Jennings guides us through seven natural phenomena where one can feel the rush of the sublime at its most potent.
There's an astounding variety of drinks found around the world; some are familiar and delicious, while others come in combinations of liquors and ingredients that simply don't seem like they belong and which illustrate how much taste can vary from place to place. But there's always one thing that can bring the uniqueness of people together, and that's a unique alcoholic drink.
We love learning at BootsnAll, and we know you do, too - so here are our favorite "how to" articles from 2011, with tips about everything from extreme road-tripping to RTW travel to clothing-optional resorts.
Get caught up on all the great articles our WhyGo family of sites produced in 2011 - learn about drinking in France, packing for Italy, cycling near Portland, Aussie slang, Thai temples, working in Spain, and so much more.