How I Travel: Kyle MacDonald

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This week’s “How I Travel” profiles Kyle MacDonald, who took one red paperclip and eventually traded it up to a house. Kyle believes in making travel fun, not taking yourself too seriously, and never, ever forgetting the dental floss.

How I Travel: Justin Kredible

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In this week’s How I Travel, we talk to entertainer Justin Kredible, who travels the world while making people laugh, and never leaves home without a deck of cards.

How I Travel: Claire Bevilacqua

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Claire Bevilacqua is a thoughtful, a ripping surfer and a true travel aficionado. The 2003 Australian Juniors champ made the jump to the pro circuit as a 22 year old and hasn’t looked back since. This week, she took a break from the hustle of the pro tour to chat with “How I Travel.”

To Plan or Not to Plan

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After conducting 20 interviews with actors, athletes, musicians, writers and various other fascinating vagabonds, we’re taking a look back at some of our favorite answers to the question “Do you like to have an itinerary and some research under your belt when you visit a foreign country?” Hopefully it provides interesting food for thought as you set off on your own journeys.

How I Travel: Andrew McCarthy

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Andrew McCarthy’s inner vagabond wasn’t satisfied with a successful career as an actor and director – so when he met National Geographic Traveler’s editor Keith Bellows at a party many years ago, he coaxed Bellows into letting him write for the magazine. Today, he’s a National Geographic Traveler contributing editor and an award-winning travel writer – and we’re pleased to feature him this week on How I Travel.

How I Travel: Tony Wheeler

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It could easily be argued that Tony Wheeler is in the running for ‘Most Influential Traveler Alive.’ In 1972 he and his wife Maureen co-founded Lonely Planet—now the largest guidebook publisher in the world. Before Lonely Planet was a publishing giant, it was just Tony, Maureen and a typewriter. And before they were ready to write that first book, they had to travel. A lot.

How I Travel: Food, Glorious Food

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Food is an integral part of the travel experience and over the course of 33 “How I Travel” interviews, food has come up almost every single time. This week, we take a look back at some of the most fascinating pieces of food related anecdotes, advice and warnings (!) that we’ve received to date.

How I Travel: Priscilla Levac

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Priscilla Levac is a professional snowboarder, clothing designer and raw food expert. This week the self-proclaimed “Easy-Going Princess” took time out of her schedule to talk about how travel is like a river, the joys of raw food and falling in love on the road.

How I Travel: Andrew Shelley

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At age 27, Andrew Shelley quit his engineering job with a plan to travel the world. But Andrew’s trip would be different from other ‘round-the-world backpackers in one very significant way: he’d be undertaking the entire journey in a wheelchair.

How I Travel: Coleman Collins

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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.