How to Travel for Free (Or Very Little)

While most people put off travelling the world due to the high costs it entails, many people have now found ways to travel the world for little-to-no money. This has meant that rather than taking a single vacation for a week or two once a year, individuals are now capable...

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How to make pebre

One of the best things about travelling is trying local foods — and if you can learn the recipe, even better. This could involve spending time in the kitchen with a local, finding the recipe online, or guessing how to make it from the finished product.

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Istanbul in a Day

Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey, is home to nearly fourteen million people and spread across two continents. The Bosphorus is the straight that divides Istanbul and on one side of it you find yourself in Asia, while on the other side, you are in Europe.

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What to eat in Buenos Aires

Argentina's reputation as a meat-lover's paradise is well-deserved: its inhabitants have perfected the art of barbecue — slow-cooked on an outdoor grill, accompanied by the beverage of your choice — it’s a wonderful thing. But it isn’t just about meat; the Argentinean table offers more than just carne -- though...

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Doing the Shopping in Cuenca, Ecuador

If you’re like most visitors to Ecuador’s third largest city, you’ll be here for more than a few days. The charming colonial city has a way of extending your originally planned stay, so it’s important to prepare for that.

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Japan Eats: Okonomiyaki in Hiroshima

“Oh you absolutely have to try okonomiyaki in Hiroshima!” our host Dad declared, “It is one of the things they are known for!” He hadn’t steered us wrong yet. His advice was worth its weight in gold.

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The Best Thing I Ever Ate While Traveling

Once I step foot in a new city, town or continent, besides spreading my wings across the land, I am ready to eat. Eating like a native is my mission. Whether it’s fish and chips in London, oysters in Ireland or gelato in Italy, I will find the time and...

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Eating in Cusco Peru does not have to be a bad experience

Cusco is the launching pad to Machu Picchu, one of the new wonders of the modern world, but amongst travelers it also has a reputation for mediocre food in a country that boasts some of the best in the world.

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Go Here, Not There: North American Travel Spots in 2011

It’s shaping up to be quite the year for America. This September marks the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and the opening of the memorial at the former site of the World Trade Towers.

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8 Cool Things To 'Go' Do In Bogota

Though many travelers only give Colombia's chilly capital a couple of days, those willing to invest a bit more time will uncover a wealth of treasures. If you want to dig a little further than the average tourist, check out these cool things to do in Bogotá.

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