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  • Things to do in Islamorada – The Best of the Florida Keys

    Things to do in Islamorada - The Best of the Florida Keys

    It may not be as famous as Key West or Key Largo, but Islamorada in the Florida Keys is a must stop on any road trip. Located south of Key Largo, Islamorada is known as “The Village of Islands” consisting of four islands spanning 18 miles along the overseas highway. Long known as the sport […] More

  • Polynesian Navigators

    Polynesian Navigators

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Transcript The ancient world had many great accomplishments. The Pyramids of Giza, The Great Wall of China, and the Colosseum are just a few of the great wonders which are still standing.  However, one of early […] More

  • Best Things to do in Los Angeles – Hollywood, Hikes and More

    Best Things to do in Los Angeles - Hollywood, Hikes and More

    Who is dreaming of traveling? We can’t wait to cross the border to see our pals in the United States and California is the best place to start. So we asked our friend Jeremy of Travel Freak to tell us what are some the best things to do in Los Angeles including some outdoor activities […] More

  • Bike Thefts Are Way, Way Up

    Bike Thefts Are Way, Way Up

    Bike thefts were up 24% in 2020, compared to 2019. This is according to the Bike Index, a non-profit bike registry. Of course, way more bikes were sold in 2020 than in 2019, so there are more bikes on the roads and trails, and locked up, or not locked up, outside cafes, stores, and houses. […] More

  • Virtually zoom through Thailand – G Adventures

    Virtually zoom through Thailand - G Adventures

    The entire world is doing its best to stay safe at home, so we decided to bring the world to you. Explore famous locations across our planet on a guided virtual walking tour, led by one of our CEOs (Chief Experience Officers). Next stop: Thailand! Grab your touring slippers and get set for a virtual […] More

  • 12 Things to know before hiking Mount Whitney

    12 Things to know before hiking Mount Whitney

    Existing as the tallest mountain in the contiguous United States, Mount Whitney is located in California and stands at a whopping 14,505 feet (4421 meters) tall. Featuring a 22.5 mile out-and-back trail involving a 6,656 foot elevation gain, hiking Mount Whitney is on virtually every hiker’s bucket list. Although gruelling, the experience is highly rewarding and […] More

  • Al Andalus: Moorish Spain

    Al Andalus: Moorish Spain

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Transcript If you think of Spain, you probably think of a predominantly catholic country with major cathedrals and churches in every village. However, most of the Iberian peninsula for almost 800 years was under Muslim control. […] More

  • The Complete Guide to Scuba Diving Nassau Bahamas and the Exuma Sound

    The Complete Guide to Scuba Diving Nassau Bahamas and the Exuma Sound

    Scuba Diving Nassau Bahamas The waters around Nassau are so clear that you are practically diving already as you fly in. You can feel a palatable excitement looking down into that Bahama blue water and knowing you’re going to be blowing bubbles soon. The west end of the island is next to a dropoff into […] More

  • Away Pet Carrier Review: Best Dog Carrier for the Airplane?

    Away Pet Carrier Review

    When I first got my Pomeranian Luna I bought everything cheap of Amazon, including her pet carrier for flying. There are so many things you have to get when you first own a puppy – harnesses, leashes, poop bag holders, playpens, crates, pee pads etc – that of course the initial cost really ads up. […] More

  • Gray Wolf From Oregon Embarks on Epic 500-Mile Journey

    Gray Wolf From Oregon Embarks on Epic 500-Mile Journey

    For months now OR-93, a gray wolf from Oregon sporting a collar with a GPS locator has been on a serious trek south, with a huge audience of wildlife watchers tracking his move. The two-year-old wolf was born near Mt Hood, Oregon, but for reasons unknown, has beelined south in recent months. As of today, […] More

  • How to get cheap domestic flights in the USA [16 TRICKS]

    how to get cheap domestic flights in the USA

    Coming from the UK, one thing I noticed once I moved to the U.S is that domestic flights here can be much more expensive than say, a flight from London to Paris or London to Barcelona. Back in Europe, cheap airlines like Ryanair and EasyJet have made European travel very cheap indeed, with flights sometimes […] More

  • Glen Coe Scotland – A Complete Guide to Visiting

    Glen Coe Scotland - A Complete Guide to Visiting

    Scotland’s Glen Coe is a beautiful valley which draws people who want to see some of the spectacular Scottish Highlands scenery. Glen Coe has been designated as both a national nature reserve as well as part of a national scenic area. It’s a fabulous location for hiking, mountain biking, and getting outdoors. It is also […] More

  • Travelling in Central Asia: What to expect

    Stretching across the harsh landscapes between Europe and the Far East is the remote and largely unknown region of Central Asia — also affectionately known as the ’Stans. Back in the heyday of the Silk Road trade route, this region attracted many famous explorers, including the world’s first professional traveller, Marco Polo. Today, the overland […] More

  • 15 Best Things to do in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

    15 Best Things to do in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

    Looking for some interesting things to do in Saskatoon? We’re here to help! Located in the province of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon got its name from the Saskatoon Berry, a wild berry that grows in the region. Nicknamed “The Paris of the Prairies”, Saskatoon is also known as “City of Bridges” thanks to its 8 bridges that […] More

  • Best Places to Visit in Europe to Help Plan Your Next Trip

    Best Places to Visit in Europe to Help Plan Your Next Trip

    Are you looking to plan a European vacation but don’t know where to start? Europe is a small continent, but there are nearly 50 countries to choose from. With so many places to visit in Europe, it’s difficult to know where to begin. We’ve seen a lot of the continent and have rounded up our […] More

  • Flying with a dog in cabin: 20 Tips for traveling with dogs on planes

    Flying with a Small Dog in Cabin - Dog at the Airport

    One of the perks of having a small dog is that you can fly with them in the cabin as opposed to shipping them cargo, which can not only be expensive but also stressful for the dog. While emotional support animals can no longer fly in the cabin for free, you can pay a pet […] More

  • 17 Things to do in Kingston – Don’t Miss This Ontario Gem

    Things to do in Kingston – Don’t Miss This Ontario Gem

    Kingston is often overshadowed by the larger Ontario cities of Toronto and Ottawa but this waterfront city has plenty to brag about. Located on the Saint Lawrence River and Lake Ontario, it is also home to the Rideau Canal. With so many outdoor experiences plus an excellent nightlife and music scene, Kingston is one of […] More

  • A History of the English Language

    A History of the English Language

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Transcript About 1500 years ago, a group of people that we would now call Vikings landed in what we now call England, and created a language we now call Old English.  Fast-forward to today, and people […] More

  • How to Eat Healthy While Traveling

    How to Eat Healthy While Traveling

    Wondering how to eat healthy while traveling? These days we try our best our best to eat better while on the road however I’ll be the first to admit that our road trip snacks used to look like we let our unsupervised kids loose in a candy store with a $50 bill. Over our years […] More

  • The Best Things to do in Hamilton, Ontario

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    Looking for things to do in Hamilton? A popular day trip from Toronto, Hamilton is fast becoming one of Ontario’s favorite outdoor destinations. With a growing art scene, independent galleries, and historic architecture and museums, “The Hammer” is a truly thriving city. It offers easy access to recreation trails, watersports, and conservation areas providing a […] More

  • Hattiesburg Mississippi Restaurants – 30 Dishes You Need to Try

    Hattiesburg Mississippi Restaurants - 30 Dishes You Need to Try

    Hattiesburg Mississippi Restaurants keep getting ranked and voted as Best in the Pinebelt by one outlet after another. Whether you’re a local or just passing by, we’ll show you the 30 dishes you NEED to try! (before you die. Or you’ll cry. Like ordering burgers without fries.) Already, two sentences in, we’re breaking out the […] More

  • Four Seasons Mallorca – Accommodation – Reviews – Luxury Travel Diary

    Four Seasons Mallorca – Accommodation – Reviews – Luxury Travel Diary

    Four Seasons are beefing up their collection of beach hotels in Europe around the Mediterranean. It was only months ago when I announced the San Domenico Palace, Taormina, as the newest Four Seasons hotel in Europe. Then we had Four Seasons Puglia and now we have Four Seasons Mallorca. Auctions Sort By Why would you […] More

  • Hôtel du Palais Biarritz – Accommodation – Tips – Luxury Travel Diary

    Hôtel du Palais Biarritz – Accommodation – Tips – Luxury Travel Diary

    Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced the reopening of Hôtel du Palais Biarritz this week. It has been launched as part of The Unbound Collection by Hyatt brand, a collection of one-of-a-kind hotels from historic gems to revitalizing retreats. It will join the best Hyatt hotels in Europe and is a definite “must visit” for your bucket […] More

  • ‘Prepare for Bike Shortages to Last Another Year’

    'Prepare for Bike Shortages to Last Another Year'

    It’s the best of times and it is the worst of times for bikes and component sales. There are massive lag times for most new bike deliveries, and components are backordered everywhere, with some parts more than a year away from being shipped to customers. Obviously, COVID is a factor, but not necessarily in the […] More

  • The Best Things to do in Canmore, Alberta

    The Best Things to do in Canmore, Alberta

    Located just outside of Banff National Park in Alberta, Canmore is Canada’s premier outdoor destination. With five provincial parks, 4,000 square km mountains and the foothills of the Canadian Rockies at your doorstep, it’s no wonder Canmore was voted as one of the best places to live in Canada. Located within Kananaskis Country, this mountain […] More

  • Think you know the animals of the Lion King? Think again.

    Think you know the animals of the Lion King? Think again.

    Hakuna matata! We’re looking at some little-known facts about The Lion King’s biggest four-legged (and two-winged) stars, from yellow-billed hornbills to full-maned lions themselves. Whether they’re on screen or in the wild, people around the globe are drawn to the charismatic creatures found on our safari tours. Let’s take a closer look at some of […] More

  • Conservationist Ginny Wood Wrapped Her Arms Wide ‘Round Alaska

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    The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) wouldn’t be at the center of such continuous controversy had Ginny Wood not stepped up more than 50 years ago. If she hadn’t advocated for the wild lands of Alaska, it’s not too a big leap to assume that oil companies would have had carte blanche to drill baby […] More

  • Things to do in Drumheller – Alberta’s Quirkiest Drive

    Things to do in Drumheller, Alberta

    Drumheller just may be the coolest place in Alberta to visit. Most people make a b-line for Banff or Jasper, but the Canadian Badlands are not to be missed. The town of Drumheller makes for a great base to explore some of Alberta’s quirkiest and amazing attractions. So let’s explore the dinosaur capital of the […] More

  • The Problem With Track & Field World Records

    The Problem With Track & Field World Records

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Transcript One of the unique things about track and field is that you don’t just compete against your immediate competitors, but you are also competing against the clock or the tape measure.  That means you can […] More

  • What goes up… 10 tips for a safe downhill trek

    What goes up... 10 tips for a safe downhill trek

    Climbing a steep descent — or conquering an imposing peak — is a fitness achievement in itself. But don’t think the tough stuff is over once it’s all downhill: your descent can be just as tricky as your ascent. Here, 10 tips for making sure you have a safe climb down. 1. Relax your knees One of […] More

  • Our 10 best destinations for cycling travellers

    There’s no question that cycling is economical, environmentally friendly, and delivers a good amount of cardiovascular exercise. But it’s also a great way to see a new city or destination. Here are our picks for the world’s best places to see by bike: Amsterdam One of the most famous bits of trivia about Amsterdam is […] More

  • Gourmet, Easy, and Crazy Good Dutch Oven Chicken Marbella

    Gourmet, Easy, and Crazy Good Dutch Oven Chicken Marbella

    MARINATE THE CHICKEN: Place all ingredients except for the oil and brown sugar in a freezer bag to marinate. Place in your ice chest for at least 6 hours and up to 48 hours. PREP YOUR CAMPFIRE: Prepare 27 coals. You can use wood embers if you must, but you’ll have to guestimate the proper […] More

  • Amazing Things to do in Jasper, Alberta

    Amazing Things to do in Jasper, Alberta

    Jasper, Canada is often overshadowed by Banff National Park, but when visiting Alberta but this small town in Jasper National Park should be at the top of your list. These are the best things to do in Jasper Canada to make you want to visit right now! Located 4 hours (365 km / 226 miles) […] More

  • Did Shakespeare Write the Works of Shakespeare?

    Did Shakespeare Write the Works of Shakespeare?

    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Transcript William Shakespeare is widely considered to be one of the greatest poets and playwrights in the history of the English language.  However, over the last two centuries many people have begun to wonder if William […] More

  • Driving the Icefields Parkway from Banff to Jasper Alberta

    Driving the Icefields Parkway from Banff to Jasper Alberta

    Alberta’s Icefields Parkway is one of the most beautiful drives in Canada. Starting in Banff National Park and ending in Jasper National Park, the Icefields Parkway is only 293 km (182 miles) and can be done in a day, but it will be the busiest day you’ve ever had. If you can, make a base […] More

  • Biking the Tammany Trace Trail

    Biking the Tammany Trace Trail

    Mandeville Bike Trail Mandeville is a charming lakefront community known for its towering oak trees, fine dining, and hospitality. We partook of their hospitality at the de la Bleau B&B, which had all the modern charm and convenience of a boutique hotel with the spectacular hosts (Clyde and Cindy) of a B&B. You should consider […] More

  • 25 Best Day Trips from Toronto to Escape the City

    25 Day Trips from Toronto to Escape the City

    Looking for some easy day trips from Toronto to get you out of the city? Ontario is an outdoor lover’s playground. Part of the charm of living in this province is to get in the car and look for farmer’s markets, conservation areas, (there are 500 of them!), beaches, and parks along the Great Lakes. […] More

  • A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing the Best Jet Charter Company

    A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing the Best Jet Charter Company

    19 Mar A Beginner’s Guide to Choosing the Best Jet Charter Company Posted at 19:09h in Blog by Victoria Brewood A jet charter company provides you with a safe escape route from all the inconveniences that commercial jets impose upon flyers. However, the kind of company you choose will determine the level of comfort, safety, […] More

  • Concierge Guide to Biking Coastal Mississippi

    Concierge Guide to Biking Coastal Mississippi

    People call Mississippi’s 62-miles of coastline the Secret Coast. Nestled between the sugar sands of Gulf Shores and the culinary mecca of New Orleans, Mississippi’s Gulf Coast is a beautiful blend of both. With the abundance of natural beauty, biking Coastal Mississippi takes you from picturesque oak trees to uncrowded shorelines. The communities are unique […] More

  • What are our cycling tours really like? We’ve got answers.

    What are our cycling tours really like? We’ve got answers.

    Just about every environment, from desert to mountain to rolling prairie, is accessible with a trusty bike, and offers an incredible journey for leisurely pedallers and hardcore cyclists alike. Cruising through your destination on a bicycle brings you closer to the land and its people than just about any other travel. The added mobility gives […] More

  • A 1 Week Cornwall Itinerary + Tips for your Cornwall Trip

    A 1 Week Cornwall Itinerary + Tips for your Cornwall Trip

    The county of Cornwall in the UK has beautiful beaches, lovely countryside, and some spectacular coastal vistas. So it should come as no surprise that a trip to Cornwall is a popular option for both holidaymakers in the UK and visitors from overseas. Today, I’m going to share a suggested detailed Cornwall itinerary with an […] More

  • Amazing Bay of Fundy Adventures

    Amazing Bay of Fundy Adventures – Ways to Experience the Highest Tides

    The Bay of Fundy is one of the natural wonders of the world. Home to the world’s highest tides, this massive bay in Canada spans 16,000 square km (6177) miles between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The tides range change 16 meters (52 feet) with an average range of 35 to 55 feet moving 100 […] More

  • The Top 5 Best Things to do in San Diego with Kids

    The Top 5 Best Things to do in San Diego with Kids

    Looking for fun things to do in San Diego with kids? There’s so much to enjoy in this beautiful California city, from stunning outdoor activities, to famous tourist spots, to gorgeous beaches just off the beaten path. What to do in San Diego Here are our top picks for family things to do in San […] More

  • 17 Absolute Best Things To Do in Cartagena, Colombia (A Curated List!)

    Best Things to do in Cartagena Colombia

    New York winters can be brutal and once the festivities of Christmas are over, things can start to feel drab. With Spirit Airlines offering cheap flights from New York to Cartagena via Fort Lauderdale (we paid around $250 round trip!) me and my friends decided to escape the cold and jet off to Colombia for […] More

  • What’s the Deal With Daylight Savings?

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    Subscribe Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Transcript Every year, around this time, people who live in northern latitude countries turn their clocks ahead one hour. Then, months later, we do the exact same thing in reverse, setting all of our clocks back.  […] More

  • Concierge Guide for Biking in New Orleans

    Concierge Guide for Biking in New Orleans

    Why go biking in New Orleans? Too many people think of the Big Easy as shenanigans on Bourbon Street, but it doesn’t have to stop there. Going on a bike ride in New Orleans lets you see more of the fabulous architecture and rich history that makes the Crescent City famous while still feeling the […] More

  • Things to Do In Hattiesburg MS

    Things to Do In Hattiesburg MS – Couples Edition

    Take Your Beau to the Hattiesburg Zoo I hope all you LSU fans made that rhyme in the header work… Moving on, the bronze statues at the Hattiesburg Zoo entrance tell the tragic story of Hattie the elephant and her deep friendship with a one-horned goat. In 1974, a flash flood claimed her furry friend. […] More

  • 3 Days in Puerto Rico: Things to Do

    Puerto Rican flag on the beach in Condado

    12 Mar 3 Days in Puerto Rico: Things to Do Posted at 20:24h in Blog by Victoria Brewood Since my friend is currently waiting on her visa and can’t leave the U.S, we wanted to go somewhere a bit different without leaving the country. That left Puerto Rico – a Caribbean island that also happens […] More

  • An Honest Review of GlocalMe WiFi Hotspot

    An Honest Review of GlocalMe WiFi Hotspot

    In this review, we test the GlocalMe portable hotspot, let you know the good and bad, and give you our honest opinion on the device and service. Like a lot of you, we’re always looking for reliable, fast Wi-Fi. Between traveling a lot (when the world allows), working from home (or on the go), and […] More

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