Do I start this post with my raving review of the beaches of South Goa or do I go straight to the drama that has so splendidly struck our group this week? Since drama tends to keep people reading, I will start with the juice. First Continue
of all, Michelle has joined us for a short holiday and we all spent…
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Ever wonder how you could start a journey with no end date? How you can keep traveling perpetually without having to go home? How you can make money on the road doing something you enjoy?
So have I.
To meet these ends I have been publishing a series of articles about people that I meet on the road who make up their travel funds through running independent micro-businesses. These travelers have been wandering for years, and do work that they truly… Continue
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From large city to small town, coastal routes to mountain vistas, New England
has it all. Situated at the northern tip of the United States’ East
Coast, New England has played a crucial role in the country’s history.
Now known as one… Continue
Added by Christine Fisher on November 25, 2010 at 10:17am —
Ed Coyle Photography
California is home to some of the West Coast's most magnficent landscapes and natural treasures. This 5-day road trip along California Highway 1, Continue
winds you along…
Added by Christine Fisher on November 25, 2010 at 10:12am —
Photo Credit: sybarite48
This tropical island tucked in the Indian Ocean is the ideal travel destination as it comes complete with the perfect balance of history, landscapes and luxury tourist destinations.
On this 14-day itinerary, you will visit the country’s modern capital, and just a few of the sacred… Continue
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By Christine from United Kingdom on 2010 November 23…
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Originally posted on Cheap Weekend Breaks
Edinburgh’s Royal Mile – by N.Hewson
A truly outstanding city, Edinburgh weaves narrow cobble stoned alleyways, spires and… Continue
Added by Christine Fisher on November 25, 2010 at 10:00am —
Barcelona is one of the most vibrant European cities and there are so many things to discover that going there to visit it, you need to plan the best as possible your vacation and how you can do it ??? Very simple, find the best information and tips about this city on internet.… Continue
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A lot of people are traveling in India nowadays, and I hope reading this article will help prepare people and also clear up some common misconceptions. The original article with photographs appeared on Breathedreamgo.com
1. Traveling in India is dangerous
Before I went to India for the first time, I was warned to my teeth about how dirty and dangerous India is, especially by the doctor at the travel medical… Continue
Added by Mariellen Ward on November 24, 2010 at 8:08am —
There are times when you crave a vacation where you just plop down on the beach and “veg out”. But taking a trip to Europe is something different. We travel to Europe to learn about our heritage, immerse ourselves in different cultures, see great works of art, and experience a different way of life.
Learning vacations have become very popular and there are now many opportunities to take a memorable learning vacation in Europe.… Continue
Added by Mike Coletta on November 24, 2010 at 5:19am —
The charity project that I've been involved in for a while was organising a Christmas party on Saturday. Already the week before we were busy preparing everything, including gift bags for more than 2oo children.
On Saturday morning everyone gathered
for a Christmas party and it was such a great experience to join the
kids singing and celebrating.… Continue
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We are tour operators offering an outstanding service in and around… Continue
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There are countless wonderful sites around the world that beckon the traveler. One place I would recommend from my many years of globe trotting is Varanasi, India, the ancient city of Benares. I often call India "a wonder a day" travel location and that notion surely applies to this city along the Ganges River which is considered the holiest site of all by the many millions of Hindus who populate the country.
One gets up at dawn for an uncanny and unforgettable experience along the… Continue
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If you are all going for a trip to San Francisco you need to make sure that you can all go around the city in comfort? Companies like Airportvanrenatls.com make it easy to find something great no matter how many people are in your group. Best of all, you can get all kinds of extras that’ll make your van rental
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A few days ago, we introduced you to Passports with Purpose (PwP). It's a giving back initiative that's guided by the belief that travel can change the world. Pretty cool.
Today, we have more exciting news to share.
First, some backstory for those who missed it the first time around...
Back in 2008, the PwP crew raised about $7,500 for Heifer International. Last year, they blew past their goal and raised $30,000 to build a school in Cambodia. This…
Added by No Vacation Required on November 22, 2010 at 12:46pm —