Katelynn Wright

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8 Luxury Treetop Stays To Experience

<b>Whether it's a luxury tree house or a lodge above the forest canopy, these treetop stays all add a sense of adventure to your travel experience.</b><p><b>1. TONGABEZI</b><p><b>Livingstone and Victoria Falls, ZAMBIA</b><p>Victoria Falls is one of nature's great spectacles as the River Zambezi comes crashing down from sheer …

Iceland: More Than Just the Northern Lights

When I booked my five-night adventure to Iceland I had one thing in mind -- I wanted to see the northern lights. I wanted to see vibrant pinks and greens dancing across the starry night sky, just like a National Geographic photograph.<p>So you'd think when I found myself standing in the Icelandic …

10 Parts Of Cuba We Cannot WAIT To See

Cuba is a place unlike any other -- there aren't many places where you'll find old plantations, lush valleys, rich history and literary relics, all with the backdrop of a stunning Caribbean island. Soon American travelers will be able to hop a flight to the incredible country, and for cheap!<p>JetBlue …

The World's Most Secluded Beaches

What comes to mind when you think of the perfect beach? Do you hear the sound of ocean waves crashing on the shore, feel white sand shifting beneath your feet, maybe there are even a few surfboards or kayaks waiting nearby.<p>Whatever you're ideal sandy spot, we're willing to bet it doesn't include …

Mysterious ice pancakes appear on Scottish river | CNN Travel

Mexico’s whimsical Night of the Radishes

As Christmas draws near in the Mexican city of Oaxaca, artisans and amateurs compete to create the most striking carved radish in town.<p>While carving pumpkins is a well-known Halloween tradition, in Oaxaca, Mexico, the vegetable carving comes at Christmastime – and instead of a big orange pumpkin, …

5 Reasons to Travel More in 2015

<i>YoTuT/Flickr</i><p>With 2015 fast approaching, many of us are itching to go on a new adventure. Whether you want to eat your way through a foodie mecca, immerse yourself in a new culture or explore remote trails in untamed frontiers, the new year is the best time to set new goals and take action. So, it …

Exploring London's secrets: five great walking tours

You’ve taken a spin on the London Eye, explored the Tower of London and made funny faces at the Queen’s Guards. Been there, done that? Well, not quite. There’s more to London than its iconic landmarks. Whether you’ve lived here all your life or are just visiting, these five walking tours, which …

England

Low-Key Caribbean: A Tale of Four Islands

In a world where the easiest route is usually the most popular, it’s no surprise that many vacationers limit their warm-weather winter getaways to the Caribbean’s more accessible islands—especially if they have kids in tow. And while the quick trip has its advantages, some of the best destinations …

Japan's Must-See World Heritage Sites

What to see, how to avoid the crowds, and how to enjoy the UNESCO World Heritage Sites on your own terms.<p>Although I have been to many of the World Heritage Sites myself, to learn the details on absolutely all of them I turned to the book <i>Japan's World Heritage Sites: Unique Culture, Unique Nature</i> by …

Intricate Paper Animals Crafted with Elaborate Origami Techniques

Polish artist Piotr Sokolowski's elaborate origami creations use intricate tucks and folds to bring three-dimensional paper animals to life. To make the creatures, the artist uses the practice of modular origami – folding paper and creating multiple components, then joining the components into one …

Concrete Pine Series by Robin Berrewaerts

In a quest to explore the possible relationships formed between concrete and yellow pine wood, Belgian designer Robin Berrewaerts created the …

Furniture

From Farm to Table, Dutch Style

A furniture producer based on a former farm in the Netherlands lets clients tweak the quirky concepts of designers to suit their own homes<p>Bas den Herder, founder and owner of Den Herder Production House, is a mad scientist on call for the home-furnishing set. The Dutch furniture maker has made it …

Farm-to-table

Michael Bierut Gives His First-Ever "Slide-Free" Lecture at MFA Products of Design

Michael Bierut, certainly one of the most insightful and entertaining design lecturers there are, visited the MFA Products of Design department at …

Product Design

House in Maleny, Australia by Bark Design Architects

Remarkable Architecture With A Strong Connection To The Landscape.<p>Bark Design Architects designed this beautiful glass house in Maleny, Australia. …

Paper Collective Prints and Posters

Denmark has long had a reputation for good design; the country has created beautiful, functional furniture and homeware for decades. New Danish webshop Paper Collective, founded in 2013, proves that it also has a number of contemporary graphic designers and artists worthy of attention. The company …

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