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Why Going Abroad Isn’t Always Rainbows And Butterflies

http://weheartit.com/entry/289762461?context_type=user&context_username=alliegrace11 Where I’m from, there are a number of people who aspire to boot out of the country to go and make a living someplace else. I wasn’t always one of those people. Admittedly so, I was

Last-Minute Labor Day Weekend Trips That Won’t Break The Bank

Good news, travel procrastinators! It’s not too late to plan a last-minute Labor Day trip. You can get dirt-cheap stays (including an ocean view cabana on a private island!) to top destinations for the Labor Day holiday on travel

Someone Give Bill Clinton His Own Travel Show, ASAP

We haven’t seen Bill Clinton look this happy since he discovered balloons at the Democratic National Convention. The former president and Hillary Clinton, along with their daughter Chelsea and their grandchildren, are currently on a week-long vacation

Asian Millennials Are Traveling Solo For Their Own Adventures

Source: AP, Yonhap By AsiaToday reporter Jisu Kim Asian millennial travelers armed with digital tools are changing the travel trends with “personalized agendas.” And they are the driving force behind the current solo travel boom. Airbnb, the

Is This The Answer To Shrinking Airline Seat Sizes?

Travelers want more seating space on air planes. Some courts agree that air passengers are entitled to more space as well. Minimum Standards for Passengers’ Space, a public interest group, recently won the favor of the U.S.

Olympic Thrills, And A Few Chills, On A Summer Puget Sound Adventure

Washington State’s Puget Sound area is famous for its moderate climate and postcard-perfect views of the Olympic mountain range. You’ve probably seen those gorgeous images of kayaks in the bay, a whale splashing in the distance, and,

What Makes People Travel?

My mother lugged her suitcase, as well as my own Mickey Mouse suitcase, behind her as we made our way through the airport in 1997. I wore hideously patterned short, a basic white t-shirt with a Disney

A Reset Week In The Hudson Valley

In the Age of Trump, especially in the Age of Trump, we all need a change of pace to reset. I have been hiking and camping in the Catskill Mountain region of New York State for almost

The World’s Most Colorful Cities

If you’re looking to brighten up your Instagram feed, why not inject a bit of color into your next trip? Booking.com, the global leader in connecting travelers with the widest choice of incredible places to stay, brings

7 Reasons Why Japan Is Amazing For Solo Female Travelers

When choosing a suitable destination to travel to as a solo female, Japan may not be the first place that springs to mind, and that isn’t for any derogatory reason, but simply because there is not enough