Glenn San Agustin

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Affordable Men's Fashion When You’re On A Budget

At some point in your life as a stylish man, you’re bound to run into a difficult decision: pay rent or purchase clothes? Unfortunately, the rent …

15 houseplants for improving indoor air quality

A breath of fresh air<p>In the late '80s, NASA and the Associated Landscape Contractors of America studied houseplants as a way to purify the air in …

Biggest Travel Fears

I don't want to alarm anyone. And I hate to be that <i>Saturday Night Live</i> Debbie Downer character on vacation, but FYI: <i>The world is not a safe place</i>.<p>Indeed, there is sickness and disease everywhere, natural disasters occur seemingly daily nowadays, official and unofficial violence occurs, one-off …

20 Places to See Abroad Before You Die

It’s a big world out there—so big that it can be daunting to decide what international destinations to visit in the course of a lifetime. From …

18 free things to do in Barcelona

Barcelona has enough to keep the most voracious of culture vultures and self-indulgent of gourmands happy for weeks, but all those entry fees and tapas bills can mount up. Fortunately, help is at hand with a variety of ways to make your holiday budget stretch a little further.<p>In addition to the …

Chimelong Ocean Kingdom, World's Largest Aquarium, Opens In China

China is taking the aquarium experience to a <i>whole</i> new level.<p>The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed Monday that Chimelong Ocean Kingdom set five world records, including claiming the title of the largest aquarium in the world.<p>Chimelong Ocean Kingdom also hold the records for "largest …

How to Return to "Normal" Life Gracefully After Long-Term Travel - Vagabondish

You’ve been the envy of your circle of friends for months. They’ve followed you on social media, lived vicariously through your travels and most …

5 Questions to Ask About a Friend's Experience Abroad

"So, what are people's reactions to your living-abroad stories?" a friend asked, waiting for hilarity to ensue. After spending the past few years living in a hotel in rural Italy, teaching English in a Malaysian fishing village, and interviewing strangers around London, I had more-than-a-few …

This New Paris Scavenger Hunt Is the Perfect Way to See the City

When Daisy de Plume, the innovative force behind THATLou (Treasure Hunt At The Louvre), created her popular scavenger hunt in 2012, she didn't expect it to extend beyond the world's most famous museum. But now, as THATLou celebrates its second birthday, de Plume is celebrating an organization that …

5 Reasons Why Writing a Postcard from Abroad Is Still Worth It - Vagabondish

Sending postcards is old-fashioned. With the hassle of finding a stamp, a post office or a mailbox, many travelers have stopped sending postcards …

How to Survive That Massive Overnight Layover

The best way to spend your downtime without getting robbed or going insane.<p>Photo by: Will Fisher<p>You step off the plane into a foreign terminal. Confusion sets in amidst a sea of unknown faces and languages. As the sun sets, the last 7 € bagels and 9 € beers are sold and the hum of the airport dies …

The 8 Sneakiest Hotel Cheats You're Totally Guilty Of

Credit: Flickr User Vadim Lavrusik<p>While hotels can be notorious for charging hidden fees, it's the guests who come equipped with their own arsenal of sneaky, rule-breaking habits -- ultimately proving that they're the winners in the hotel hustle. Sure, these antics are frowned upon, but they're de …

Avoid These Epically 'Right' Places During The 'Wrong' Seasons

Some lucky destinations are just as enjoyable in winter as they are in summer, and others are just insanely blissful all year-round (ahem, Hawaii).<p>In other spots, though, there is a definite "wrong season" to visit.<p>With the help of some faithful Redditors, we've pinpointed when <i>not</i> to plan a trip to …

30 crazy camping tricks that will make your life easier

We’ve entered the age where ‘glamping’ is a thing. Glamor camping, for those who mercifully had not heard about it till now, is a type of outing …

Travel Finds of the Month

Whether it's clothing, travel accessories or gadgets, I am constantly being bombarded with stuff. However, there are very few that actually stand out to me. These three products have earned by stamp of approval! They are designed to make travel fast, easy and comfortable.<p>Here are my favorite finds …

10 Things You'd Never Guess About Paris

From where to find the best meals to how to stay on a Parisian’s good side, expat blogger David Lebovitz dishes on what it’s like to live as an …

4 Great Tips for Visiting Paris in Springtime

<i>Photo courtesy of Dan Breckwoldt/Dreamstime.com. Article by Robert Firpo-Cappiello of Budget Travel.</i><p>With flowering public gardens and boulevards made for strolling hand-in-hand, this is the perfect time of year to visit the City of Light. Here, we share our favorite tips for finding the perfect …

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What’s on in Paris this April

Share<p>Comment<p>March 25, 2014 By Daisy Naylor | Paris<p><b>If you’re lucky enough to be spending April in Paris, you’ll know that spring is well and truly</b> …

16 Questions You Should Never Ask In Paris

Ahh, to visit Paris in springtime.<p>Before you head to that refined, sophisticated land of cheese and Champagne, it's crucial to make sure you won't embarrass yourself. If you know what's good for you, you will NOT ask those feisty frogs any of the following questions:<p><b>1. Where is Note-er-dayme?</b> For …

Some Thoughts on French Cuisine

1<p>3<p>9<p>Shares 13<p>French cuisine is, once again, a popular topic of discussion these days. Actually, anything controversial about France seems to foster a …

Six Tips for Visiting the Eiffel Tower

As happens to any monument that spends 125 years as one of the world’s biggest tourist magnets, the crowds and lines have grown formidable. Here's a few Eiffel Tower tips on how to get the most out of your visit—including my favorite way to bypass the lines.<p>Today the Eiffel Tower turns 125 years …

Weekend Detox: Paris’ Best Cold-Press Juice Bars

When it comes to what to drink in Paris, there will always be French wine. In the last few years, though, a few more exciting options have appeared. …

Things to Do in Paris: The City of Light from a Native’s Point of View

Posted in what's hot<p>Amandine is one of those people who has her finger on the pulse of what’s going on around town, and she holds an enticing little …

Notre-Dame de Paris

<b>Notre-Dame de Paris</b> also known as <b>Notre-Dame Cathedral</b> or simply <b>Notre-Dame</b>, is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the Île de la Cité in the fourth …

It Is Certainly Not More Fun in These Philippines Islands

The 107 islands at the southernmost tip of the Philippines that make up the province of Tawi Tawi are fringed with white sand beaches, ringed with …

10 reasons to keep a travel journal

When I was 31, I backpacked alone through Vietnam without a journal. I’d recently purchased a pricey camera, so I enthusiastically snapped hundreds …

A Travel App That Practically Packs Your Bags For You

All of us want to pack light for a trip, to save the $25 of checking a bag by sausaging a week’s worth of clothing into a plane’s overhead compartment. But if you’re as indecisive as I am, you can never quite decide what you should pack, so you simultaneously under- and overpack, with jackets for …