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How I Ended Up in The Tatra Mountains: The Story I’ve Been Waiting For

I’ve always wanted to to tell a travel story that begins with deciding to go on an adventure with someone I had just met. It’s finally happened. I met a Californian named Joe who immediately invited me on a trip with him to get out of the city, go hiking in the mountains, and relax. [...]
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9 Things to do in Antigua, Guatemala

9 Things to do in Antigua, Guatemala
Ask me my favorite place in Guatemala. Go ahead; just ask. It’s Antigua! I spent a week in Antigua and really loved every minute of my time in this little town. With so many things to do in and around Antigua, it’s impossible to be bored. Whether you’re on the Gringo Trail in Guatemala, making your [...]
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5 Great Cities You Have To Visit In Germany

Germany is the economic heart of Europe, but besides its busy economy, there is also a great range of historic and architectural attractions to draw people to the country. Getting around Germany is made easy with its superb transport infrastructure, and its cities have a great transportation network too. Planning your trip to Germany is [...]
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Hipmunk Hotels: Cozy and Unique Places to Stay in the West From Flagstaff to Beverly Hills

This post was originally published on Non Stop Destination on May 1, 2016 by Lie Each time I peruse the internet for a few hours of holiday planning, I make sure to look for a hotel that sets itself apart from other ones in the area. I love quirky, cozy, and unique hotels that will [...]
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Generation Gap: What Your Age Says About How You Travel

This post was originally published on Hipmunk’s Tailwind blog on March 9th, 2016 by The Hipmunk. For the third year in a row, we polled US travelers of all ages to find out more about the travel habits and trends of the coveted millennials as well as gen Xers and boomers. Last year, we reported [...]
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Exploring Culture Through Street Food in Mexico City

Being a vegetarian and enjoying street food aren’t mutually exclusive attributes – despite what most people might assume. Of course, in some destinations eating street as a veggie isn’t as easy as others. But you might be surprised by what a bit of local language knowledge, a touch of patience, and a big dose of [...]
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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 […]

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