Six of the Greatest Safaris in Africa

This is a guest post by Anthony of The Travel Tart. Most people travel to Africa for one reason — to go on safari and check out the many animals that can potentially kill you. Viewing animals and what they do in their natural environment takes on a different dimension when compared to watching them […]

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How to Spend Three Days in New York City

This past weekend, a friend of mine visited New York City. He’d never been before and wanted to see as much as possible, but I only had three days to show him everything. That’s not a lot of time for the “Big Apple.” It made me think, though. Travelers often have just a short time […]

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Ten Unusual Places to Eat Out in London

London is one of the world’s top tourist destinations and when visiting it’s likely you’ll want to try a few places to eat out. Like many major cities, it can be hard to find a truly original restaurant. If you’re tired of the eateries and fancy trying something a little different, here are ten restaurants […]

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Unusual Place of the Month: Jellyfish Lake

Palau is an island in the South Pacific and is often overlooked for Fiji, Bora Bora, or the Cook Islands. This makes Palau a great destination if you are looking for a nice, beautiful, and quiet tropical island. But more importantly, Palau has the amazing Jellyfish Lake. The Jellyfish Lake is a marine lake located […]

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This Non-Nomadic Life

I picture my addiction meeting to go something like this: “Hello, my name is Matt and it’s been 50 days since I last traveled somewhere. Every day gets a little harder than the last. I’ve almost booked a flight three times this week. I think next time I’ll hit the buy button.” Around me, the […]

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Meeting People Here and There

One of my favorite parts about traveling is the ability to meet a diverse range of people. In hostels, on tours, on buses, sitting at cafes, or at bars, on the road, it’s easy to make new friends. So easy that sometimes you feel like you have friend overload. There is always someone around. On […]

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