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Updated: Taking a Budget Road Trip, Part 3: Food and Drink
Salt Flats Cafe, Salt Flats, TexasOn June 23, 2011, I published Taking a Budget Road Trip, Part 3: Food and Drink. This was from my Take a Road Trip series. Below is the updated version: Restaurants will eat up your budget. If you and your travel co ...
Madame Tussauds Singapore: Clicking Pictures With Celebrities In Singapore
Read the original post on desi Traveler - India Travel Blog. Family- Nature- Photography Madame Tussauds Singapore: Clicking Pictures With Celebrities In Singapore Some fun pictures at Madame Tussauds Singapore I first visited Madame Tussauds in 2001 ...
Ottawa – One of the Most Exciting Travel Destinations in Canada
Ottawa is Canada’s capital, as well as being the 4th largest city. It neighbors Gatineau in the Quebec province. The entire region is home to some 1.2 million people. From Ottawa, you can reach Toronto in four hours, Montreal in two and New Yor ...
Why Cruising Is A Great Way To See The World
Cruising is a great way to see the world. Once upon a time, taking a cruise meant nothing more than being able to island hop around the Caribbean. Today, cruising is so much more and is becoming one of the popular options for a holiday. With unique i ...
I Attempt to Be Fashionable. Because Milan.
I don’t really understand fashion. Fortunately, I live in the Pacific Northwest. In my corner of the country, I once saw someone wear cargo shorts to a wedding, and there’s a grey-haired, bearded guy who runs around my neighborhood in a r ...
Fall Asleep in Class at Portland, Oregon's Kennedy School
By Lauren Walser Kennedy School in northeast Portland, Oregon, was built in 1915. Go ahead -- drink a beer or take a nap at northeast Portland, Oregon's Kennedy Elementary School. We promise you won't get detention. Since its doors re-opened in 1 ...
Waterfall Wanderlust… A Tour of Krka National Park, Croatia
Not long ago I faced a dilemma. With one day free in Split, should I book a tour??to Krka National Park or Plitvice Lakes? They both looked like incredible places – but I only had time for one… In the end, I went for Krka. I’ll adm ...
There’s something fantastical about the rickety looking rickshaws that scoot around Beijing. Okay, there are humans driving the things, but they seem too casual, too hypothetical, to be in control, in the practical sense of the word. No eyes bl ...
Tokyo Train Rush Hour Experience
Tokyo Train Rush Hour Experience Tokyo is well known for its large network of trains and there are thousands of commuters traveling by trains during rush hour. There are many videos on how commuters are pushed into trains and cramped like sardines in ...
???Holy Wisdom and Heavenly Food in Trabzon, Turkey
A short visit creates warm memories in Trabzon, Turkey's city on the Black Sea. Enjoying a sunny meal and scrumptious food with friends. Huge bowls of molten cheese, homemade bread slathered with butter and honey, and a side of graffiti dating ...
Transitioning Your Wardrobe From Summer to Fall (on a College Budget!)
Tips for transforming your fashion wardrobe for back to school Put your favorite flip-flops into storage (or save them for the trip from dorm room to shower) and start mentally preparing yourself: it’s gon’ get chilly. Of course, the seas ...
‘Historias latinas. Sorsi di vita a Cuba, Argentina e Bolivia’
‘Historias latinas. ??Sorsi di vita a Cuba, Argentina e Bolivia’ The exhibition of visual arts, curated by the Cryteria Project Cultural Association, gathers the works of five artists which over the years have shown an interest in the cul ...
Skagway and the Yukon Gold Rush Railway: Cruising Alaska's Inside Passage on the Looney Front, Part 5
From time immemorial Canada's Yukon Territory had been a way-beyond-beyond backwater, home to some 5,000 indigenous peoples subjected to the rigors of Arctic weather. Then on August 16, 1896, American prospector George Carmack, his indigenous Tagish ...
Hurricane Season Cruising: What to Know Before You Go
kansasphoto / Flickr Summer activities are winding down. Kids are back in school. The unrelenting heat of summer has started to fade. Sounds like the perfect time to book a Caribbean cruise. Then you turn on the weather report only to learn that Mo ...
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