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Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Photography & Travel Product Reviews

Japan's Kofuku, or 'Happiness', Train Station Closes For Renovation

Did you know that happiness is a destination? On your next trip to Japan, you might want to make some time to find some of it.<p>The Kofuku, or “happiness," train station is less than 14 miles south of Tokachi's capital city, Obihiro. The city, also known for their pork rice bowls, is investing …

Liechtenstein: Good Thing, Small Package

A hiker's paradise -- that's Liechtenstein. Nestled cozily between Austria and Switzerland, it's a principality that, in 2006, celebrated 200 years of sovereignty. It is one of the smallest countries in Europe, comprised of just 11 regions and 5,000 inhabitants. I have long harbored a desire to …

Learn The Ins and Outs of Wine with this Infographic

Wine is complicated, there's no getting around it. While I prefer to just relax and enjoy it, if you want a better appreciation and understanding of …

Journey to Canada’s secret sunshine coast

Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the British Columbia paradise is where old growth forests collide with sandy beaches and razor-tipped mountains meet the wild Pacific waters.<p>Located just northwest of Vancouver, the 180km-long Sunshine Coast is picture-perfect Canada with an island-like …

British Columbia

9 Amazing Cave Villages You Can Still Visit

Since the dawn of time, caves have held a special attraction for people the world over, whether as a site for religious rituals, the den of legendary monsters, a place for some weekend exploring, or, simply, a cozy place to live. And due to their permanent nature, cave homes also happen to be …

Archaeology

9 Stunning Landscapes of Vietnam

At just three percent of the land mass of the United States, what most surprised me during our time in Vietnam was the diversity of the scenery. From white sand beaches and turquoise water to black rock forests and mountains that hug the clouds, here are some of the most amazing landscapes we came …

Exploring the Oldest Bar in America

We're often asked where the oldest bar in America is found.<p>Those that are into bars might remark that it's one of a handful around the country, like the Bell in Hand in Boston, or Laffite's Blacksmith Shop in New Orleans. Both are wrong: the building housing Lafitte's is from 1722, but there's no …

7 Southeast Asian Islands You've Probably Never Heard Of

Siam.<p>The Orient.<p>The Spice Islands.<p>Whatever you call it, I haven't met many people who are not in love with Southeast Asia. The area has warm weather, cheap beer, and whether you know it or not, there is a hammock beneath a coconut palm just waiting for you to take a nap in it.<p>White sand beaches, …

Boracay

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Florence’s best-kept secret

Known by few and accessed by even fewer, the Vasari Corridor echoes with the footsteps of dukes and tyrants, and lays claim to one of Europe’s most exclusive art collections.<p>The Vasari Corridor is Florence’s ultimate velvet rope experience, yet few people know of its existence. A private overground …