Greece: The Hidden Treasures and Secrets of Salamina

Salamina is one of the Saronic Islands less than an hour’s ferry trip off Greece’s west coast, although not many tourists head that way. It’s a beautiful island, but tourism is not encouraged, perhaps because of the NATO naval base situated there, so you won’t find much written about Salamina...

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How to Travel With Only a Sense of Adventure, Spontaneity and a Pocket Full of Dreams

You hear it all the time, “Oh man, I’d love to travel but I can’t afford it’…‘I don’t know how you do it all…I don’t have the money to travel’. And then there are those people that think a trip to Europe involves saving every pay check for a minimum...

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A Long Weekend in Christchurch, New Zealand

Often when you think of New Zealand you envision rolling green hills, paddocks of sheep, and snow topped mountains, however New Zealand is also home to a number of wonderful cities such as Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, and Chirstchurch.

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Slowly Does it in the Galapagos

It looked like a bunch of seaweed bobbing on the surface of the emerald green sea. “There’s one!” my husband exclaimed excitedly from the seat behind me in the kayak. I peered across the bay into the brilliant sunshine.

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Experiencing the Cultural Treasure of Taipei

If you are a first-time visitor to Taipei, chances are you’ll be surprised by the breadth of experiences on offer in this city—ranging from astonishing warmth and hospitality of the locals to the surprising treasure of ancient structures, temples, museum, and lots of other attractions.

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Teaching English in South Korea

After over a year of constant travel, I found myself in a bit of a pickle: I was out of money.  I’d enjoyed my time abroad and definitely wasn’t digging the idea of giving it up and moving back to my home country for any boring old job, so I...

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5 Reasons Why Backpacking is Good For You

The saying goes “Travel is the only thing you can buy that makes you richer”. This couldn’t be truer, especially for backpackers. Here are the top 5 reasons that backpacking is good for you!   1.

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Top Things to do with Kids in San Francisco, CA

My family and I recently came back from a trip to San Francisco, CA. I researched a lot to find family friendly activities so that my husband and our children, as well as I ages 9 and 7 would enjoy the city and get the most out of it.

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8 Free Things to Do in Copenhagen

Copenhagen, Denmark is an incredible city with lots to offer, from the traditional to the modern – historic palaces and gardens, vibrant neighbourhoods, renowned restaurants, and a multitude of green spaces. It's known for its colourful buildings, love of bicycles, and something less endearing – its high prices.

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Queenstown on a Budget

Many travellers face the same dilemma when they arrive in Queenstown: there are so many adventure activities on offer, but on a budget they can’t do everything.  Don’t panic though – there are still loads of ways to experience Queenstown without spending a fortune.

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Top Travel Generation Writers

  1. 01. Lisa Miller Lisa Miller
    from Queenstown
  2. 02. Ruth Kozak Ruth Kozak
    from
  3. 03. Leah Bostwick Leah Bostwick
    from Detroit, Michigan, USA
  4. 04. Mike Cotton Mike Cotton
    from Fernie
  5. 05. Jamie Bowlby-Whiting Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
    from a small village in rural England

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  2. 02. Things You Should Know Before Traveling to China for the First Time Things You Should Know Before Traveling to China for the First Time
    by Amanda Williams
  3. 03. England Explained (Northern Monkeys vs. Southern Fairies) England Explained (Northern Monkeys vs. Southern Fairies)
    by Jamie Bowlby-Whiting
  4. 04. Why Choose a Bed and Breakfast Location? Why Choose a Bed and Breakfast Location?
    by Jan Ross
  5. 05. Teaching English in South Korea Teaching English in South Korea
    by Leah Bostwick