How Millennials Are Finding Purpose (and a Better Life) in Guatemala

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Is moving abroad the answer to Millennials’ woes? Jenn Miller and a few of the millennials she knows in Guatemala share their insights on the challenges millennials face worldwide, and why relocating to Guatemala might be just the ticket to overcoming them.

15 of the Weirdest Roadside Attractions in America

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Giant condiments, buildings in the shape of animals, and cars arranged to mimic ancient ruins. Val Bromann shows you some of the weirdest roadside attractions America has to offer.

Indie Travel in Hong Kong for $60 Per Day

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Some call it the world city of Asia, and Hong Kong has something for everyone. In the morning you can get lost in the city, taking in its international culture, and in the afternoon you can hike in the forest or lounge on the beach. And you can do it all for under $60 a day.

The South Caucasus: Europe’s Forgotten Frontier

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The South Caucasus is Europe’s Eastern frontier. From the rugged, wild Caucasus Mountains on the border with the volatile Russian states of Chechnya and Dagestan, down to the flaming mountainsides on the shores of the Caspian Sea, traveling the South Caucasus is an adventure. Jennifer Walker gives you a lowdown on traveling Georgia, Armenia, and Azerbaijan.

China for the Independent Traveler

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China is an amazing country- but many traveler’s find it intimidating. Here’s your guide to backpacking in China- and why it’s easier than you think.

10 Reasons to Visit Iceland Now

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Iceland may seem like just a dot on the map in the middle of the North Atlantic, but this remote island country packs a big punch, in the way of abundant natural wonders, delicious food, and delightful locals. Katie Hammel explains why now is the perfect time to visit Iceland.

How to Have Custom Clothes Made in Hoi An, Vietnam

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In Hoi An, Vietnam, budget travelers can arm themselves with enough handmade stylish shoes and suits to pass as kings. Jill Nawrocki offers seven tips to help travelers avoid first-time tailoring mistakes, learn how to find the best shops for clothing and shoes, and leave with their wallets intact.

Beyond the Rim – How To Explore the Depths of the Grand Canyon

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Have you ever wondered what it takes to be one of the visitors who sees the Grand Canyon from the bottom? Adam Seper’s Guide to Exploring Beyond the Rim of the Grand Canyon will give you all the information you need to know.

Five Island Treasures of Finland’s Baltic Coast

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California-sized Finland is home to nearly 180,000 islands. These five examples along the Baltic coast, all in close reach of one another and within the National Park, are a great place to start understanding just how special this place can be.

Negotiating for Change in Fez

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As a swell of political dominoes sweeps North Africa and the Middle East, travel in the region has been difficult. Amy Siqveland takes a closer look at Fez, Morocco and examines how visitors are greatly influencing the environmental and cultural preservation of this area.