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8 of the strangest places on planet Earth

EARTH IS A MIGHTY BIG PLACE, and if you’re willing to strap on some snowshoes or trek through barren deserts there’s a whole lot of strangeness left …

15 portraits of relationships on the road

<i>Editor’s note:</i> One of the first lessons you can learn about traveling is that the people you spend your time with are even more important than the …

10 pictures that show travelers are old souls

Travel is often depicted as an activity for the young of body, but rarely for the young of spirit. It takes the courage of an old soul to leave the …

12 things Aussies love to hate

No, we’re not talking about the fruit here. First and foremost, Australians love to hate those friendly folks from the country below them in …

Dear Dad, thanks for making me a traveler

DEAR DAD,<p>Since my earliest moments, you’ve told me about how when you were in high school you had a choice between getting a car and taking a trip to …

A traveler’s guide to synchronicity

In the 1920s, Swiss psychologist C.G. Jung coined the term ‘Synchronicity’ to point to the meaningful interactions of events / objects and the …

5 signs you’ve been in Japan too long

It’s rather patronising — if you string together a semi-coherent sentence, if you manage a couple of words, you’ll be told 日本語はお上手ですね, <i>nihongo wa</i> …

12 of the best Airbnbs in Copenhagen

Denmark’s most populated city and its capital, Copenhagen has a large number of tourist attractions, from the Tivoli Gardens to the Little Mermaid …

Let’s move past the default (white) perspective in travel writing

Before my first trip to China in 1990, I bought a copy of Lonely Planet for its off-the-beaten-path approach. But I was taken aback when I got to the …

These photos will force you to confront your privilege as a traveler

FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS, joining the military has enabled the less fortunate to travel. Now, the less fortunate who travel are often traveling away …

17 signs you were raised in a Chinese-American family

You and your parents have developed your own, unique language, made up of some parts English and some parts Chinese. Every Chinese-American family …

44 awesome forced perspective-shots every traveler needs in their photo albums

Let’s face it, you’ve seen a million photos of people holding up the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and for good reason. They’re super easy to set up, you …

14 signs you were born and raised in Saskatchewan

One of the pains of having snow in autumn is that you always had to buy a costume two sizes too big when you were a kid. You look back in photo …

8 simple ways to be more in the moment when you travel

Whether you travel often or only occasionally, it’s far too easy to compare your current situation to one from your past. The pebbly shore off the …

12 people who kept me traveling

I kept watching her with curiosity while she tried different seats in the waiting room. When finally she sat next to me, I wondered if I should talk …

11 places where you will feel absolutely dwarfed by nature

SITTING SEQUESTERED in rooms, in neighborhoods, in big cities can make you feel small and insignificant…but it’s a claustrophobic smallness. A …

15 millennials talk about how they pay for travel

The millennial generation is attracting a lot of attention. Some reports claim that we lack the necessary attitude for “job success.” We struggle …

13 phrases only Aussies could come up with

This one of the most commonly used Australian expressions and one of the most difficult to define. The origins are said to have come from the …

Why changing jobs often can actually be a good thing

Job longevity is a thing of the past. You are no longer expected to work 30-40 years in the same company, in the same career, whittling away at life …

Being a black alien in South Korea is easier than being a black alien at home

I ALMOST LOST A BRAID from my head once, while waiting in line at a department store in Jecheon, South Korea. An older woman behind me had reached …

Tweens

10 idioms only Italians understand

1. In bocca al lupo / In culo alla balena | In the wolf’s mouth / In the whale’s ass<p>These two expressions for good luck are well-known throughout …

Italy

10 travel situations that are hard for introverts

1. Getting to know someone romantically, and then being called “intense.”<p>If you’re like me, getting to know someone on a romantic level takes a good …

8 taboos not to break when in Japan

Even though greater Tokyo is one of the most-densely populated urban centers in the world, here, crowds are orderly. Pedestrians on wide sidewalks …

7 things you don’t want to know about boat life

Everything that comes out of you and goes into the boat, well, it’s not going to stay in the boat. Pumping out your yacht’s holding tank will be a …

Sailing

11 idioms only Brits understand

You don’t get much more British than this. To pop one’s clogs is a euphemism for dying or death.<p><b>Example:</b> “No one knew he was about to pop his …

10 documentaries every traveler should watch

I tell Werner Herzog jokes at parties. David Attenborough makes me swoon. I’m such a documentary nerd, I’ve gone places because of them. These 10 …

What to try in Canada if you’re in your 20s

Do it now, while you’re still okay with occasionally having to sleep in your back seat or taking a piss in the bushes. Plus you’ll get to see some …