Shanghai, China – 1990 vs 2010
In a mere 20 years, less time it takes some cities to fix their potholes, Shanghai has gone from sleepy riverside hamlet to sprawling urban megalopolis.
Amsterdam and The Hague – Getting around
Explore Holland and navigate transportation options from Amsterdam to the Hague with travel writer Roxanne Bridger.
6 Secret Spots in Paris to Visit On Your Next Trip
A short list of six lesser-known secret spots in Paris to get away from the crowds and explore on your next big trip.
Women Traveling Solo
Here’s what to consider when traveling solo as a woman, as well as a few recommended blogs by savvy traveling women.
Flying with children need not be a nightmare
For a good flight experience with little ones, preparation is key. Jade Scully has the details on how to make sure flying with children goes smoothly.
Rolf Potts’ No Baggage Challenge – Taking Packing Light to a Ridiculous Extreme
Can you travel RTW with no luggage? Rolf Potts is hitting 12 countries in 42 days with only the clothes on his back and what he can fit in his pockets.
101 Things To Do Before Your Trip
Trying to figure out what all you have to do before you go? We can help. Here’s a travel to-do list for your around the world trip.
Destination Guide: Buenos Aires, City with a Savory Heart
Buenos Aires ranks high on travelers’ to do list while traveling through South America. Here are some travel tips to this interesting city.
The Creaky Charm of Rovinj, Croatia
One of the world’s quaintest, cutest towns is the small hamlet of Rovinj, Croatia. Here’s why I love it.
7 European Destinations Outside Europe
Here are the 7 best Europe-like places in other parts of the world, from Buenos Aires to Saigon and beyond. Which is your favorite?
Best of the RSS – What’s on the Web this Week
It was a tough week for my RSS reader, bulging at the seams, barely able to contain itself. Hence, I got a little behind reading it all, but you, dear reader, get it sorted for your pleasure. Here’s what I’ve been reading on the web! Saving money is never an easy task, especially when there’s […]
Best of the RSS – What’s on the web this week
Keeping up with best information on the web can be difficult as balancing a pyramid of champagne flutes on a sword held between your teeth. To help in the act, here are the top travel posts I’ve been reading this week. In no particular order: A recent meme circulating the travel blogger community has been […]