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  • Belvedere, California
    Back in December my sister forwarded an airline promotion email between Denver and San Francisco so I bought a flight to visit her and her family for a week in February. The intent was to inject some state-side adventure and family time as a way of self-training appreciation for what ... read more
    Source: Reid Peryam – ReidPeryam.comPublished on 2018-02-18By Reid Peryam
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  • play time at the park #sundayfunday . . . . . #nyc #park…
    play time at the park #sundayfunday . . . . . #nyc #park #centralpark #city #sunday #guy #winter #gay #instamood (at Central Park) ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2018-02-18
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  • Food is a Journey
    Dining at Siete Fuegos last night was a beautiful experience for many reasons. Almost least of which was the food… A 90 minute drive from our home meant we had to be serious about it from the start. Our driver Fernando was the perfect person to share stories ... read more
    Source: Clint Jolly – Chef Clint JollyPublished on 2018-02-18By Chef Clint Jolly
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  • Things to do in Buenos Aires and Córdoba
    When I landed in Argentina on January 1st, I took my first ever steps in South America. Having traveled extensively in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, South America had long been on my bucket list. Argentina was the perfect place to start my journey. It is breathtaking. From city ... read more
    Source: Emily Kent – Project Out-of-OfficePublished on 2018-02-17By Emily Kent
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  • The Ultimate Lisbon Bucket List
    Lisbon might not top the list of Europe's most popular destinations *yet*, but that's part of the reason it's so incredible. It's much more affordable than more popular cities, and it's not crawling with tourists. Between the sunny days, laid-back pace, and colorful culture, Lisbon, Portugal is the perfect out-of-the-box ... read more
    Source: Brittney Hughes – Britt AbroadPublished on 2018-02-16By Brittany Hughes
    3 days ago
  • Surfing the Longest Wave in the World: An Erotic Novel
    Wise words from The World's Dumbest Traveler Chicama, Peru. Home of “The World’s Longest Wave.” I don’t know a whole lot of Spanish, but I do know that “Las Olas” means “waves.” It also happens to be the name of this taco shop in my hometown with some unbelievable salsa ... read more
    Source: Ryan Dunn – The World’s Dumbest TravelerPublished on 2018-02-16By ry3dunn
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  • Air travel: A service design analysis
    This part one of a multi-part, in-depth analysis of painpoints, service paths and key performance indicators (KPIs) in the process of moving to another country. Parts 1–3 deal with air travel.Part one: Procuring tickets and checking in.Here’s the thing about Finland. It rains. A lot. All the time. Combined with Apple’s space ... read more
    Source: Mikko Pitkänen – Mikko PitkänenPublished on 2018-02-16By Mikko Pitkänen
    3 days ago
  • Air travel: A service design analysis
    This part one of a multi-part, in-depth analysis of painpoints, service paths and key performance indicators (KPIs) in the process of moving to another country. Parts 1–3 deal with air travel.Part one: Procuring tickets and checking in.Here’s the thing about Finland. It rains. A lot. All the time. Combined with Apple’s space ... read more
    Source: Mikko Pitkänen – Mikko PitkänenPublished on 2018-02-16By Mikko Pitkänen
    3 days ago
  • Why I’m Secretly Happy To Be Alone On Valentine’s Day
    I’ve always been boy crazy. It all started with Gerald Kaplan trying to hold my hand during nap-time in Kindergarten. Then there was my fourth grade boyfriend who tried to kiss me in the back row of Pearl Harbor while my mom sat three rows ahead of us, then the summer camp boyfriend who sent me 2 ... read more
    Source: Zoe Weiner – Let’s Just ZoPublished on 2018-02-15By Zo
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  • Last February @noway1010 stole my heart in Barcelona…
    Last February @noway1010 stole my heart in Barcelona #valentinesday . . . . . #barcelona #spain #latergram #bae #love #heart ... read more
    Source: Adam Lauer – Nomads and WondersPublished on 2018-02-14
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  • Boracay
    Everyone knows I love a good beach, and when you’re in a country with one of the best in the world it just seems like the right thing to do – so we headed to Boracay! Getting to Boracay is no easy feat, and it ... read more
    Source: Cathy Ferrell – I’ve been everywherePublished on 2018-02-14By cferrell
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  • Manila
    Spent the first week of February in the Philippines; stayed in the Makati district and explored areas of Metro Manila. Makati is the financial district which was much like any other urban city and had many western establishments as well as malls and parks.  You ... read more
    Source: Cathy Ferrell – I’ve been everywherePublished on 2018-02-14By cferrell
    5 days ago
  • Change is constant, especially on Remote Year
    As we left Bogota behind and headed to Mexico City, I was excited. Yes, it meant the final month of this year-long adventure, but it also meant I got to see friends from home!   I’ve been meditating with a group of ladies for almost five years and we have ... read more
    Source: Michelle Hargrave – Michelle HargravePublished on 2018-02-14By Michelle
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  • 4.0 | Japan: I like you. I love you not.
    After a three month stint in Europe, my year long travels moves to the continent of Asia. The first quarter of 2018 begins with a month each in Japan, Thailand and Malaysia.We arrived to Kyoto with three hours left of New Years Eve. Despite being in Japan, our group decided ... read more
    Source: Sally Fung – Fung in the SunPublished on 2018-02-14By Fung in The Sun
    5 days ago
  • A Year Ago Today
    It's Valentine's Day which means it was a year ago today I sat on my bed crying because my boyfriend had just dumped me. We had only been dating for a few months and while I had seen the numerous red flags popping up I had ignored them in another ... read more
    Source: Anneka Van Scoyoc – Anneka AbroadPublished on 2018-02-14By Anneka Van Scoyoc
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