Swedish City Highlights – Malmö & Lund in Comparison

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Each show two completely different sides of the country – the new and the old, the industrious and the quaint.

The Unexpected Perks of Staying in a Hostel

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Hostels have become more than just a cheap place to spend the night.

Stranded in No Man’s Land on the Pamirs

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The sun sank behind the snowy peaks in no-mans-land and the wolves began to prowl the wastes. How would I survive the night?

Paradise Found in the Trang Archipelago, Thailand

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Our journey to find some of the most gorgeous beaches on the planet started in Trang…

The silent heroes of backpackers

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Sarah Morton realises some of the most important moments of a RTW trip take place in silence.

5 Top resources for the first time solo traveler

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First time solo travelers have lots of questions and doubts. Nicolas De Corte provides five resources which can help solving them.

Car-less Camping in the U.S. – Joys, Foibles, and Helpful Tips

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Paul Belz knows from experience that campers who do not use cars can get to some remote and beautiful parts of the United States.

Is Flashpacking Killing The Art Of Backpacking?

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Flashpacking has been the new buzz word in travel for some time now, Paul Dow looks at why flashpacking isn’t quite as glamous as it sounds when it comes to traveling the world.

Indian People Don’t Do This Sort of Thing, Or Do They?

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Is it possible for my mother to be right? Are there no other Indian people being Vagabonders out there like I plan to be? I go on a quest for the truth.

The Travel Clinic – Africa

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Ron Ruby's aspirations to be a backpacker were sorely tested before he began his trip to Africa.