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Cornwall, England. Discovering the Tropics of Cornwall, temperate rainforest-like climates found in the far southwest of England, visiting gardens and Eden.
A March 2018 visit to Waterville Valley and Loon Mountain New Hampshire. Checking out their new snowmaking equipment that saves 90 percent on electricity and uses far less water.
At Iracambi, a conservation NGO, volunteers can live in the jungles of Minas Gerais, Brazil and work with villagers who try to save the rainforest.
Japantown, a six-block area of San Francisco, is a perfect place to stay and use as homebase while explore the exciting city of San Francisco.
Rainbow Mountain, in Peru, is located about three and a half hours outside of Cusco. The author takes a trek to hike the rainbow-colored peak.
RV the World 2nd edition: David Rich roamed the world for ten years of solid traveling, much of time he and his wife Mary lived in RVs.
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Airbnb has gained immense popularity, and with its growth comes some exciting new opportunities including concerts, experiences and work trip lodging.
Traveling the world in a wheelchair can seem challenging, however, companies like Sage Traveling are doing their best to help the disabled see the world.
Jeffrey Tayler’s book Glory In A Camel’s Eye tells the true account of his three month, several hundred mile trek on camelback through the Moroccan Sahara.
The Euroméditerranée Project was a renovation of epic proportions that saw Marseille’s La Joliette be completely revamped into a thriving eco-district.
Maine Plein Air Painters: A visit to the places where Winslow Homer and the painters of the Wyeth family did their work, along the Maine coast.
Hannibal, Missouri has become a hip and happening city complete with artistic, culinary, literary, athletic and countless other opportunities for visitors.
Spotted by Locals is a publisher of city guides for 71 cities. Each city blog and the 100% offline app is created by real locals.
The Peabody Essex Museum in Salem Massachusetts has a world-class collection of art, historic artifacts and lots of room for activities and to enjoy the art
Day-use hotel rooms have long been the go-to cure for jet-lag and long layovers, but they have become so much more recently.
Social media is being used by many travelers as a way of making friends jealous of their travels, according to a new survey by Allianz Travel Insurance.
Great Dane Journeys offer interesting journeys to remote places, like Russia’s Sovetsky islands, then all the way down to Moscow.
Derry is an historic walled city in Northern Ireland which hosts the Foyle Maritime Festival and many other events each year.
Prince Edward Island, located above Nova Scotia in Eastern Canada, is called the Garden of the Gulf, and offers fresh seafood, biking, and Canadian history.
Michael Witzel explores the flip side of Route 66 in his new book to offer details on the infamous Route 66 locations that once served as gang hideouts.
Known as the recreational capital of New England, Charlemont, Massachusetts is home to some of the most exciting outdoor activities in the entire region.
Erie Canal: A journey down 86 miles of the historic Erie Canal in New York state, when a writer and her husband slow down and take stock of their 37 years together.
Saranac Lake is famous for being the site of many sanatoria in the pre-penicillin era, and is also famous for the Hotel Saranac, a grand place to stay.
Gulets are special yachts that are popular in Croatia. An interview with Laura Orsini, a California travel blogger who chartered a gulet in Croatia.