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Riverside adventures in Rio Dulce

Riverside adventures in Rio Dulce
The bus ride was long and bumpy to Rio Dulce. Slightly off the normal “Gringo Trail” in Guatemala, I heard whispers of hot springs and really wanted to spend a few days exploring the area before another bumpy and treacherous bus ride towards Central Guatemala. On the Caribbean side of Guatemala, Rio Dulce was much [...]
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Introducing the Dancing Traffic Zebras of La Paz!

If you’ve ever visited cities like Delhi, Ho Chi Minh City or Beijing, you’ll know only too well that not only are they incredibly overwhelming places to navigate your way around, but also that – due to the sheer amount of traffic on the roads – they can be incredibly dangerous too, especially if you’re [...]
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The Non-Partiers Guide to Ibiza

You’ve probably heard of Ibiza as the party capital of the world. It’s a title that’s well deserved! My trip to Ibiza came about because I drank way too many mimosas and booked a cheap flight. To be honest, the all-day drunken techno parties with everyone trying to show off how tiny their swimsuits are [...]
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Making Friends While Traveling – How I Hosted a Party in Berlin

Showing up in a new city can be intimidating. You don’t know how to use the public transportation, you don’t speak the same language, and you likely don’t have a large group of friends to hang out with. When I arrived in Berlin for a long overdue visit with my friend, I fell in love [...]
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Hipmunk Hotels Northeast: Exploring Lancaster, Roanoke, Bar Harbor and Beyond

This post was originally published on The Next Big Adventure on March 29, 2016 by Rhonda Delameter. The Northeast of the United States is a perfectly location to delve deep into the history that built this country, all while experiencing the conveniences of modern life. Step back into history and explore this country’s deep roots, [...]
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A Guide to Brussels for your Short-Term Stay

  After sobbing my way through the Berlin airport because I didn’t want to leave, I reluctantly showed up in Brussels with a predetermined notion that I wasn’t going to have any fun at all. Thankfully, I was wrong. Below is my short-term stay guide to Brussels which includes eating, drinking, and a little boy [...]
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French foods we love

French food
Romance and culinary skills The French are known for romance and amazing culinary skills. There is not one aspect of the culinary world or food that the French are not involved in except maybe sushi. France and the French have long been leaders of food culture and cuisine, offering travelers a lifetime of dining opportunities. [...]
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Seeing stars in San Pedro de Atacama

  I had a month without travel plans, and upon learning that one of my best friends and fellow travel blogger Lavi would just be getting into Bolivia, I made an extremely last minute decision to book a flight and go visit her. We were meant to spend a week or two together, and then [...]
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Exploring the craters of Volcán Masaya

Volcán Masaya

I didn’t even have a glimmer of a plan when I hopped off the colectivo van from León to Masaya […]

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