• 5 Of The Best Beaches In Dubrovnik For Sunbathing

    Dubrovnik has gained popularity with tourists in recent years after its historic walls were used as the key filming location for King’s Landing in Game of Thrones. Vendors display signs around the ancient fortress — which was entirely rebuilt after the Balkan wars — that indicate which scenes from...
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    5 Of The Best Places To Eat In Montevideo (And What To Order)

    Uruguay has earned a well-deserved place on the list of global foodie destinations. After all, steak lovers have been heading to the tiny Latin American country for years to indulge in grass-fed beef. Even Anthony Bourdain, who filmed an episode of No Reservations in the Uruguayan countryside, couldn’t stay away.  The...
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    Artist’s Haven: An Alternative Guide To The Best Street Art In Berlin

    Dubbed a Creative City of Design by UNESCO the street art scene in Berlin is exploding and has been for decades. If you’re searching for the best street art in Berlin I’ve got you covered! Read on for my favorite spots for massive murals, unique graffiti, and inspiring art....
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    St Andrews Travel Guide: Things To Do, Where To Eat, And What To See

    If you’re ever lucky enough to visit Scotland, I highly suggest taking a day trip to the picturesque heritage town of St Andrews. Just an hour from Edinburgh, visiting St Andrews promises a rich cultural experience. Think royal ancient architecture, historical monuments that are still operational as common University...
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    The 10 Best Cafés In Madrid For Digital Nomads

    Madrid has recently seen an influx of foreign millennials living in the vibrant Spanish capital city. Global travelers-turned-digital-nomads opt to make a temporary home in the city due to its affordability, culture, and beauty. Whether you’re a remote worker or a globetrotter, you’ll enjoy Madrid’s rich café culture and...
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    J-pillow Travel Pillow

    If you’ve ever tried a U-shaped pillow while traveling, then you know it’s not the most comfortable to use. With the minimal support it offers, it works better as a neck brace when you’re all sore after a long flight. If you’re searching for a better alternative, consider getting a J-pillow travel pillow. Its unique design makes sleeping in any vehicle a more relieving...
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    Pendleton Twin Camp Blanket with Carrier

    If you’re eager to go camping but dread the idea of freezing in the woods, the Pendleton Twin Camp Blanket might be just what you need. Made of 86 percent wool and 14 percent cotton, this rollable travel blanket provides you that extra layer of warmth when the great outdoors get a little too cold for comfort. It comes with a leather carrier inspired...
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    GoTenna Mesh Off-Grid Mobile Network

    Our smartphones may be full of impressive features, but they’re mostly useless when offline. What exactly are you supposed to do when you need to contact a friend but there’s no service? A revolutionary product called GoTenna Mesh Off-Grid Mobile Network finally addresses that issue. This device acts as a portable antenna that lets you use your phone virtually anywhere. Just pair the GoTenna...
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    LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt External Hard Drive

    Imagine having your phone or computer stolen during a trip. It’s horrible. And while the shock and cost of replacing your belongings is often the first thing to come to mind, the real tragedy is your lost data. Hundreds of photos and hours of video gone. Memories never to be recovered. While cloud technology is improving and able to act as a good option...
  • Feiyu G5 V2 Handheld Gimbal

    Imagine getting back from your trip, ready to share some amazing videos, only to discover that the footage you captured isn’t quite as great as you had hoped. A bumpy journey or an over-excited hand can have a detrimental effect upon a video’s quality. Unless you’re going for a rugged, untamed look, hours of recording can boil down to only a few minutes worthy...
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    Exploring The Forgotten North Of Peru

    A surf trip should involve more waves than mountains, but man plans and God laughs — as my mother might say — and so the two of us find ourselves wandering ruins atop a 3,000-meter peak in northern Peru, surveying a sea not of waves but of undulating mountains...
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    The Living Spirit Of The Pyramid Of The Sun

    My whole life I had dreamed what my first experience abroad would be like. Would it lead me to drop out of college and never look back? Would I meet my future husband and elope? I can tell you, neither of these things happened. My first experience abroad happened...
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    Quenching Thirst With Argentine Wines In The Burning Lands

    In Salta, a band of gauchos sing songs of loss and loneliness upon grasslands as vast as any sea and just as unforgiving. Festive families sing along and sometimes take to the floor to dance to the gauchos’ rhythm. The four of us share a bottle of wine and...
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    Searching For The Elusive River Ganges In Varanasi

    Visiting Varanasi — the spiritual heart of India — on the banks of the River Ganges, was a long-standing dream of mine. The city had always fascinated me, maybe even scared me a little. I had read that few people visited Varanasi without falling ill. I had heard about...
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    Sleeping Amongst The Dead In Puerto Inca, Peru

    “What is this place?” “This is the necropolis of the Inca.” The young woman at Hotel Puerto Inka’s lonely reception desk motions towards small circular stone structures dotting the hillside above us. “You can walk around if you like,” she says. “Just don’t disturb the stones.” The sea carves...