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  • See the World with 2022’s Best Digital Nomad Jobs

    See the World with 2022's Best Digital Nomad Jobs

    Tired of watching your favourite influencers play on a South Pacific beach… while you slave away in your corporate salt mine? You’re not the only one. Recently, unreasonable demands on workers led to a period called The Great Resignation. Over 47 million employees in America alone voluntarily left their jobs in 2021. But… why? In […] More

  • Switzerland’s Glacier Express Excellence Class Luxury Train

    Switzerland’s Glacier Express Excellence Class Luxury Train

    There’s something a bit more special about holiday travel by train. After the steward blows his whistle and the train pulls away from the station, you settle in with the rhythmic swaying and chugging along to your destination.  Beyond that, it’s the convenience of letting someone else take care of the drive while you chat […] More

  • Adventure Journal’s Winter Issue Is Done and Is On Its Way to You…Maybe

    Adventure Journal's Winter Issue Is Done and Is On Its Way to You...Maybe

    Just in time for the holidays, vacation, and the treasured experience of analog reading, Adventure Journal’s winter issue, AJ27, is complete, done, finish-ed. We printed it the week before Thanksgiving, bound and trimmed it last week, and are delivering it to the postal service later this week. Which brings up a couple items: Are you […] More

  • The Best Dropper Lever on the Market Is Now Even Best-er-er

    The Best Dropper Lever on the Market Is Now Even Best-er-er

    I thought dropper posts were silly when they first came out, then finally tried one and of course can’t fathom returning to the pre-dropper post Stone Age, but until a couple years ago I never much thought about the dropper lever. Was there a lever? Did it work? Great, that’ll do, was my general approach. […] More

  • Living With Grizzlies As Neighbors

    Living With Grizzlies As Neighbors

    When I was working with a Kenyan outdoor instructor in Wyoming’s Wind River Range a couple of decades ago, he surprised me one day by saying, “Hiking here feels like a walk in the park.” With armed guards, he was used to moving through wild places in Africa full of dangerous animals. He said he […] More

  • Peninsula Hotel Istanbul – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Peninsula Hotel Istanbul – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 28 2022, 3:00 pm The Peninsula Istanbul will be opening 14 February 2023 and will offer heritage splendor along the Bosphorus. 0 1 2 The newest addition to The Peninsula Hotels’ portfolio of luxurious worldwide properties has announced that it is now accepting reservations in advance of its opening on 14 February 2023. Set […] More

  • The Best Winter Weekend Getaways from Montréal

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    When winter rolls around and many choose to hibernate indoors, it becomes one of my favorite times to explore. Places are less crowded, the experience is festive, and snow brings its own special magic to any situation. If you’re looking for beautiful, entertaining, and good for the soul types of weekend trips from Montréal to the […] More

  • Why A Country’s Location Still Matters

    Why A Country's Location Still Matters

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods The Earth is highly imbalanced. Some countries have more resources than others. Some have natural harbors, and some are landlocked. Some consist primarily of deserts, and others have fertile farmland.  […] More

  • Where to Stay in Mexico City During Your Visit (Updated 2022)

    Where to Stay in Mexico City During Your Visit (Updated 2022)

    Posted: 11/28/2022 | November 28th, 2022 Mexico City used to be off the radar for many travelers because it was perceived as being dangerous. But things have changed in CDMX (short for Ciudad de México) and today it’s one of the most popular places to visit in the country. I loved my time in Mexico […] More

  • A History of Weather Forecasting

    A History of Weather Forecasting

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript Almost every day, you might check the weather forecast to see what the temperature will be like in the near future or if it might rain. When you […] More

  • Finca Cortesin, Marbella – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Finca Cortesin, Marbella – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 27 2022, 9:03 am Finca Cortesin Hotel, Golf & Spa is a truly superb resort and holiday destination. It features a stunningly elegant hotel modeled on a traditional Andalusian country home, surrounded by luxury detached villas, and offers service of the very highest quality, along with beautiful facilities for both golfers and non-golfers alike. […] More

  • Four Seasons Nashville – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Four Seasons Nashville – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 27 2022, 8:40 am Four Seasons Nashville is the first Four Seasons in Tennessee. Set in one of the most iconic high-rise buildings in the state of Tennessee, rising 40 stories above the vibrant city, the art and light-filled hotel encompass 235 hotel guest rooms and suites, along with a unique chef-driven restaurant and […] More

  • The Peninsula Istanbul – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    The Peninsula Istanbul – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 27 2022, 8:21 am The Peninsula Istanbul will be opening 14 February 2023 and will offer heritage splendor along the Bosphorus. 0 1 2 The newest addition to The Peninsula Hotels’ portfolio of luxurious worldwide properties has announced that it is now accepting reservations in advance of its opening on 14 February 2023. Set […] More

  • JW Marriott Venice – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    JW Marriott Venice – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 27 2022, 7:08 am I write this review whilst lazing on the balcony of my Junior suite, dappled in sunlight at the new JW Marriott Venice. The outlook is not what you would expect of Venice, all I can hear is bird song, and all I can see is an expanse of green forested gardens […] More

  • Review Blacklane Airport Taxi Transfers – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Review Blacklane Airport Taxi Transfers – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 27 2022, 7:00 am What’s your favorite part of the luxury travel experience? Fluffy bathrobes hanging invitingly next to a large walk-in shower? A fully lie-flat seat in Business Class? Complimentary Champagne? Well, put me down for all of those, but ground transport is increasingly important to me and has been the source of […] More

  • Six Senses Resort Grand Bahama – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Six Senses Resort Grand Bahama – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 27 2022, 5:28 am The Six Senses hotel brand is coming to Grand Bahama in 2026. This is the brand’s first resort in the works for the Bahamas. 0 1 2 The Bahamas are easily accessed and are under an hour by plane or 2.5 hours by boat from Miami or Fort Lauderdale, which […] More

  • The Basque Country and the Basque People

    The Basque Country and the Basque People

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Located in northcentral Spain live one of the most unique people in all of Europe.  They have a language that is literally like no other, and even their genetics are […] More

  • Leone Blu, Florence – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Leone Blu, Florence – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 26 2022, 12:54 pm It’s very rare in this day and age to find a place that can truly take your breath away and leave you staring in awe and wonderment. We see spectacular design on television and the web as if it’s commonplace, so it’s truly special when you find a property that […] More

  • Hotel Le Marianne Champs Elysees – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Hotel Le Marianne Champs Elysees – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 26 2022, 10:32 am Hotel Le Marianne Champs Elysees is the very image of Paris: both steeped in history and firmly rooted in its time.  0 1 2 Wherever you decide to stay, book via our luxury travel concierge. We offer free upgrades, free breakfasts, and free perks at hotels, including Four Seasons, Aman, […] More

  • The Royal Hawaiian – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    The Royal Hawaiian – News – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 26 2022, 8:52 am The Royal Hawaiian, a Luxury Collection Resort, Waikiki, a Honolulu landmark for nearly 90 years thanks in part to its pink color, is definitely one of the best Marriott hotels in Waikiki taking luxury in Hawaii to a new level. 0 1 2 Wherever you decide to stay, book via […] More

  • US Visa Extension – How to Renew Your US Visa

    US Visa Extension - How to Renew Your US Visa

    The United States of America is one of the most popular destinations in the world. There are so many interesting and unique places to visit in the US that people love to visit the place multiple times. Moreover, having a US tourist visa stamp on your passport is considered a status symbol in many countries. […] More

  • Is Tulum Safe? 15 Tips for Solo Female Travelers

    Is Tulum Safe? 15 Tips for Solo Female Travelers

    Tulum is at the top of many travelers’ lists of where they want to go in Mexico. With its crystalline cenotes and white, sandy beaches, can you blame them? In the last decade, Tulum has exploded in popularity and has transformed from a sleepy backpacker village to one of the top beach destinations in the […] More

  • Fusion Resort Cam Ranh – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Fusion Resort Cam Ranh – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 7:00 am You will find the luxurious Fusion Resort Cam Ranh, high up and commanding fantastic views overlooking the ocean. With their unique ‘all-spa inclusive’ and ‘breakfast anywhere, anytime’ offering, Fusion Resort Cam Ranh is a wonderful retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city life but still offering plenty for […] More

  • Mandarin Oriental Santiago – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Mandarin Oriental Santiago – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 6:02 am Stretching along the western coast of South America lies Chile, often referred to as the “longest country in the world.” Famous for its spectacular glaciers, fjords, and volcanoes, as well as for having the ‘world’s driest desert,’ Chile has more recently become renowned for its sumptuous fine wines and delicious […] More

  • Hôtel Da Vinci Paris – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Hôtel Da Vinci Paris – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 5:56 am I am a great believer that boutique chic will give you a much more memorable stay than a big faceless hotel chain, even though going down this route can be a little more hit-and-miss in terms of what you get. I am reminded of a trip to Avignon many years […] More

  • Andaz Tokyo – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Andaz Tokyo – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 5:29 am Andaz is a Hindi word that translates as style, particularly a personal style. So Andaz was the choice of Hyatt Hotels when it launched its new luxury boutique brand in April 2007 with the opening of Andaz Liverpool Street in London. Arnaud de St. Exupery was the general manager there […] More

  • Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 5:01 am The luxury Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh Resort (which features in our 5 best resorts Sharm El Sheikh) is one of the best luxury hotels in the area with outstanding views and access to 3 private beach coves, four good-sized pools, and one of the most spectacular diving sites in the […] More

  • Sorrel River Ranch Review – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Sorrel River Ranch Review – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 4:27 am I enjoy Western movies. Although I probably couldn’t pick John Wayne out of a line-up, I am far more a fan of immersing myself in the great outdoors and the wonder of nature from the safety and sanctity of a luxury, award-winning resort. 0 1 2 Wherever you decide to […] More

  • Mama Shelter Los Angeles – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Mama Shelter Los Angeles – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 25 2022, 4:00 am Mama Shelter Los Angeles welcomes guests to the center of Hollywood. Created seven years ago by the Trigano family, co-founders of Club Med, today MAMA is Serge and his two sons, Benjamin and Jeremie. MAMA began her roots in Paris, then Marseilles, and from there to Lyon, Istanbul, Bordeaux, and […] More

  • The Grand Hotel in Punta del Este Review – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    The Grand Hotel in Punta del Este Review – Reviews – Blog – Luxury Travel Diary

    Nov 24 2022, 3:08 pm The South American country of Uruguay is known for its tropical, lush green landscape and beachy coastline. One of the top tourist destinations is Punta del Este, a cosmopolitan resort that’s popular all year round for its beaches, shopping, cafes, art galleries, theatre, and nightlife. 0 1 2 Wherever you […] More

  • You’re Gonna Want This Adventure-Ready Telescope From Nocs

    You're Gonna Want This Adventure-Ready Telescope From Nocs

    We’ve covered before the importance of having a pair of binoculars that you can toss in a backpack, not think too hard about them, or worry over every jostle and bump they might take on the trail. We loved the Celestron Nature DX series of binoculars, but the cool kids love Nocs, a modern, stylish […] More

  • The 13 BEST Beaches in Costa Rica

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    The postcard-worthy beaches of Costa Rica are easily some of its biggest attractions. My favorite thing about beach-hopping here was the stunning variety: from smooth, pebble-filled shores to dramatic cliff backdrops, and sand ranging from coal black to stark white. If you want to find the best beaches in Costa Rica, you’ll have to be […] More

  • 15 Carry On Essentials for You to Take On Every Flight

    Local Adventurer » Travel Adventures in Las Vegas + World Wide

    2. Noise-Canceling Headphones Getting on a flight is a gamble. Noise-canceling headphones are essential for listening to music, watching movies, or drowning out the noise around you. Even though we’re seasoned travelers, I still worry about seating arrangements. Will it be a screaming baby or a kid who kicks my chair? (All my friends have […] More

  • What Can Conservation Learn From Science Fiction?

    What Can Conservation Learn From Science Fiction?

    Ecologists used to believe that the systems they studied tended toward balance. Over the course of the 20th century, though, they realized that disturbance is not a detour but a destination. Humans can do terrible harm to ecosystems, of course, but disturbance itself is not necessarily a problem; in most ecosystems, the only steady state […] More

  • Top 10 Unusual and Unique Places in the US

    Top 10 Unusual and Unique Places in the US

    The United States of America is without a doubt one of the most popular leisure travel destinations. Within its 50 states, there is a treasure trove of mind-blowing experiences. However, only a few cities on the East and West Coasts capture the attention of a US visitor. The rest is simply obscured by the gleam […] More

  • Impossible To Roast a Turkey Outdoors, Eh?—We Say You Can’t Screw It Up

    Impossible To Roast a Turkey Outdoors, Eh?—We Say You Can't Screw It Up

    Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. You just gather with people you love on the last Thursday in November, and give thanks for what you have. It’s not overly commercialized, and doesn’t belong to a certain religion or group. My only gripe with the holiday is that it’s usually held indoors, rather than the desert rivers, […] More

  • Our 2022 Black Friday Sale is Here!

    Nomadic Network tour participants on camels in Morocco

    Posted: 11/22/2022 | November 22nd, 2022 It’s that time of the year again! As we do every year, we’re having our annual Black Friday/Cyber Monday sale…starting today! From right now until Tuesday, November 29th at 11:59 pm EST, our blogging/writing courses, new journal, TNN+ program, and group tours are on sale! This is the only […] More

  • A History of the Word, OK

    A History of the Word, OK

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine | Goodpods Podcast Transcript If you ever want to travel around the world, even if you don’t know another language, no matter where you go there is already one word you know. […] More

  • What Am I Thankful For? Public Lands

    What Am I Thankful For? Public Lands

    At every Thanksgiving dinner, my family asks everyone around the table to say what they’re grateful for. It puts new guests on the spot, so sometimes they just thank the hosts — an easy out that makes it harder for anyone else struggling for a good answer. I’ve been in that position, but this year […] More

  • Cody Townsend and Crew, Once More Unto the Breach

    Cody Townsend and Crew, Once More Unto the Breach

    We’re just real big fans of Cody Townsend’s The Fifty series. Each episode is strong, no matter what classic ski descent he’s tackling. This time, it’s The Uber Tour, a mysterious line that required all sorts of hairball decisions and potentially sucky consequences. Lots of them, actually. Source link More

  • Black Friday & Cyber Monday Baby Deals • The Blonde Abroad

    Black Friday & Cyber Monday Baby Deals • The Blonde Abroad

    Happy Thanksgiving, folks! It’s been such a wild year — giving birth to Oliver and navigating being a new mom. I’ve shared a lot about my pregnancy — from what to expect in your first trimester and your second trimester to babymoon destinations in the United States to the ultimate guide to creating a baby […] More

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