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9 adventures you didn’t know were possible in Turkey

Submerged from the azure waters on the Mediterranean and just a 10-minute boat ride from Kaş, one among Turkey’s premier diving destinations will...

My Experience Flying Business Class From Dallas to Frankfurt

In June 2019, I embarked on a summer trip with our family to Germany and Italy. My father surprised my sister, mom and me...

Only in Texas Could They Get Away Inventing Their Own Cuisine

Leave it to the Texans to invent their own cuisine. As if the early pioneers didn’t have enough going on, what with defending...

What journalists continue the leading lines: Emma Beals, Syria

Emma BealsKoolertron camera bag – When travelling I carry this Koolertron because doing so appears like an oldtime calico bag. It’s not really a...

Why do we need a VPN while traveling?

What is a VPN? A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, allows you to set up a private, secure connection to another network, generally in another...

5 Fab Photo Opps in Des Moines (Really)

As the capital of Iowa, a notorious swing state, and a major stop on the campaign trail, Des Moines is an interesting destination for the politically...

I traveled to the most rural section of Vietnam. Here’s why I never planned to leave.

I set myself a task on a recent journey to Vietnam: go as far north as physically possible. This required to Ha Giang...

4 Outdoor Adventures in Washington to Bag Incredible Nature Photos

With millions of parklands and thousands of trails, Washington state is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Endless landscapes include rainforests, deserts, alpine meadows, and wetland estuaries to...

4 Outdoor Adventures in Washington to Bag Incredible Nature Photos

With millions of parklands and thousands of trails, Washington state is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Endless landscapes include rainforests, deserts, alpine meadows, and wetland estuaries to...

Can’t Get Enough Cuban Food? Here’s How to Eat Your Way Around Miami

The neighborhood just west of downtown Miami was coined "Little Havana" after a sharp influx of Cuban immigrants in the 1960s prompted by Castro's...

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Why do we need a VPN while traveling?

What is a VPN? A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, allows you to set up a private, secure connection to another network, generally in another...

3 Techniques for Choosing the Best Pet Carrier

You live and fiddle with Fido, lets look at travel with him?However, we all believe for you to can't just better of the plane...

Rewards Perk: Earn Bonus Miles With Delta to bring Lyft towards the Airport

The Delta SkyMiles partnership with Lyft is essential enough towards the two companies which the pair created his or her a way to celebrate.Riders...

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Iowa’s Roadside Attractions Are Just Quirky Enough That You’ll Actually Want to Stop

When you picture Iowa, cornfields and acres of sprawling land may come to mind. While the state is in the Midwest, Iowa boasts a whole host...

East Coast skiing, how does it stack up?

While most people only think of heading West to ski, Vermont is the East Coast’s premier ski destination and actually and #3 in the nation. Producing...

Notes on residing in a conflict zone: Terrorism and lifestyle in Tel Aviv

Note: Personal names on this story have been changed.

Refugee life: 23 images from the growing Syrian diaspora in Jordan

1 Soud Hazza was obviously a sheep herder in Syria before fleeing to Jordan as being a refugee when fighting came to his home village...

North America

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4 Weird Attractions You Just Have to See With Your Own Eyes

Home to a mascot that no one even knows what it means (Hoosiers?), it’s no surprise that Indiana’s a bit on the quirky side. From...

“Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore” and Other Quirky Attractions

Kansas, wanting to see if their moniker, “flat as a pancake,” actually held true was scientifically proven by researchers who did in fact compare the state’s...

Active Adventures in San Antonio beyond the Alamo

Surprising to everyone but the locals, San Antonio is an active city teeming with adventure opportunities beside just the Alamo. Far from boring, San...

KC BBQ: Where to Get the Best Meat Sweats

In Kansas City, conversations typically circulate around three topics: the weather, the Royals/Chiefs, and BBQ. A point of much contention for Kansas City residents,...

A 360-Degree View of Baltimore: On Sea, on Land and Underground

Since it’s redevelopment in the 70s, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor is an attraction within itself, but you’ll find on the surrounding waterfront a plethora of other historic...

Southern West Virginia: The Adventure Capital of the Mid-Atlantic

West Virginia is an under the radar, adventure lovers dream. Whether you want to horseback ride or kayak, test your skills on an ATV,...

South Dakota Beyond Mount Rushmore

You may know South Dakota primarily for Mount Rushmore and/or Sturgis, but this northern state has more to offer than giant heads carved out of stone...

With 93 State Parks, New Hampshire is an Outdoor Lover’s Dream

The perfect four-season destination, New Hampshire’s mountains, valleys, lakes, and backwoods are just begging to be explored. But with so much ground to cover,...

4 Things You Didn’t Know You Wanted to Do in Dubuque Until Now

The meeting of three states, Iowa, Illinois, and Wisconsin, Dubuque is a part of the American Midwest called the Driftless Area, known for it’s deeply carved...

Arkansas, the Land of a Thousand Springs

Take a quick look at a map of Arkansas and you’ll notice a theme. For every three towns, there seems to be one landmark...

5 Quirky Things You Should Know About Nebraska (Before You Visit)

Every state has its quirks. Michigan residents show where they live on their hand and in California, tacos are their own food group. But,...

Culture and Recreation Collide in Tulsa

With two Division-I sports schools, a hockey team, a WNBA team, and a minor league baseball team, a quick glance at Tulsa would chalk...

The Buzz of Nola, the Rhythm of Memphis, and the History of Savannah All in One

The capital of Mississippi isn’t afraid to pull out all the stops for a good time. Proving it’s more than just a town Johnny Cash...

4 Must-Have Adventures in Indiana from Caving to Climbing

While Indiana is at the heart of the homeland in the American Midwest, it’s by no means a sleepy farmer town. Full of outdoor recreation pursuits...

Dip Your Toes Into the Land of 10,000 Lakes

Bursting at the seams with ecological wonders, Minnesota is actually comprised of four ecological zones – prairie, tall grasses, broadleaf forest, and mixed forest. But what you...

7 Outdoor Adventures in America’s Largest Nature Park

Birding, beaches, boats and bikes, what more could you want for fun in New York state? Actually the largest park in the lower 48 states, the...

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4 Outdoor Adventures in Washington to Bag Incredible Nature Photos

With millions of parklands and thousands of trails, Washington state is an outdoor lover’s paradise. Endless landscapes include rainforests, deserts, alpine meadows, and wetland estuaries to...

Can’t Get Enough Cuban Food? Here’s How to Eat Your Way Around Miami

The neighborhood just west of downtown Miami was coined "Little Havana" after a sharp influx of Cuban immigrants in the 1960s prompted by Castro's...

East Coast skiing, how does it stack up?

While most people only think of heading West to ski, Vermont is the East Coast’s premier ski destination and actually and #3 in the nation. Producing...

Your Guide to Sixth Street: The Bloodline of Austin

One of Texas’ most well known streets, Austin’s 6th Street is the entertainment hub of the city. A mishmash of tourists, college students and...

Austin’s Greatest Live Show: The Flight of a Million Bats

Being the Live Music Capital of the World, Austin plays host to countless memorable performances. People fly in from around world Earth to...

Only in Texas Could They Get Away Inventing Their Own Cuisine

Leave it to the Texans to invent their own cuisine. As if the early pioneers didn’t have enough going on, what with defending...