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Photo Essay of the Grand Palace (Outer Courtyard) in Bangkok
After having said my piece here: Grand Palace Bangkok ? Dress Code, Chinese Tourists and Buddha is not for Tattoo and Furniture, I can now post the pi ...
7 THINGS ABOUT TIMISOARA ONLY LOCALS WILL SHARE WITH YOU
Timisoara, the city on top 10 the best ones to visit in Romania represents the \'\'gate to Europe\'\'. With a tumultuous history, from being part of H ...
Fastest Way to Get to the Grand Palace in Bangkok is via the
In November last year (2015), my parents and I went to Bangkok for a little holiday. We stayed in the Sathorn area (also spelled as Sathon) which is t ...
Klee/Aguéli at Moderna
Last week I was invited to the press showing for Moderna Museet\'s (Stockholm\'s modern art museum) new exhibition Klee/Aguéli. The exhibition looks a ...
Grand Palace in Bangkok: Dress Code, Chinese Tourists and Bu
I admit, it does exasperate me when people remain or just felt like to be naďve when it comes to dress codes and visiting temples, official palaces, c ...
This is what Istanbul sounds like five times each day
Five times a day, amplified a cappella rises from thousands of mosquesâ€™ minarets across Istanbul, Turkey. It is the Islamic call to prayer, and it l ...
One Final Offload and We're On Our Way!
At Llano Grande Lake Park Resort, Mercedes, Texas...We sheepishly disgorged Phannie and Mae onto our hapless kids in Houston, and yes, they\'re still ...
Who Anna Coddington listens to
We asked our latest STA Travel Sounds artist Anna Coddington which local New Zealand artists she thinks are awesome â€“ here are her top 3: 1. LIPS L ...
Seven Quirky Travel Accessories For Your Future Home
The following branded content post is brought to you by Airportag. As a new brand ambassador for this company, I’m excited to introduce these ne ...
Singapore: Mustafa Centre and Little India at Night
The Mustafa Centre is M-A-S-S-I-V-E and it is open 24 hours! Totally beats the 7-11 stores.It?s not your typical chic and flashy malls in Orchard. The ...
Four outdoor pools in Iceland worth visiting
Iceland is not only known for its outstanding volcanic landscape and geothermal energy but also for its 100+ public swimming pools, most of them heate ...
Hummm... What to Say.
Today, Linda loaded onto a bus with six other ladies and theyÂ made their way to Manzanillo to do some shopping. I would have joined them if the group ...
Lady’s Guide to Gorilla Trekking & beyond in Rwan
When most people travel to Rwanda, they go for one thing: gorillas. Rwanda is one of the only places in the world where these primates can be seen in ...
Join our travel tech #LPChat!
Do you like to stay connected while travelling" Or are you in favour of leaving it all behind" Whether it?s a GPS gadget that comes in handy when ven ...
The Creative Accelerator – 72 Hours of Creative Inspir
Iâ€™m gonna be straight with you, dear readers: I get A LOT of emails every day. Like, dozens. Some days easily 60 or more. And a good percentage of t ...
17 Pictures of cats in ancient ruins
I recently visited Ephesus, Turkey, which is an entire city of ancient Roman ruins. And cats. Many of the cats have bright gold eyes, like this guy w ...
Visiting Isaan: Adventures Through Rural Thailand
Thailand?s Isaan region is one of the most under-visited parts of the country. The area is its most rural, and travelers simply pass through it on th ...
14 Epic Adventures Around the World Chosen by ThePlanetD
My husband Dave and I love finding great adventures around the world when we travel. As a matter a fact, our motto is: ?Adventure is for everyone.? Wh ...
Mystical Myanmar (2014): Accommodations
Here is the compilation of all the accommodations my friends and I stayed throughout our trip in Myanmar including Bagan, Inle Lake and Yangon.Thiri M ...
Family travel snap: Lonely Planet travel writer Abigail Blas
This month we?re talking to one of our long-standing writers, Abigail Blasi, who covers an eclectic mix of Italy, India, Malta and the UK for Lonely P ...
STA Travel Sounds: Anna Coddington
After a brief hiatus following her critically acclaimed sophomore album ?Cat & Bird?, Anna Coddington returned to push in a new direction with a strin ...
Make This The Year You Start Your Own Business
Looking back over the past decade, I’m shocked at how much the business world has changed. Just a few years ago, there was only one socially acc ...
Traditional Indian Food in Little India, Singapore - Roti Pr
Hey, have you tried Roti Prata" What about pulled milk tea"In Singapore you can experience a little bit of India. Indians make a third of the local po ...
The semla in all her glory!It is that time of the year when the windows and shelves of cafés and bakeries all through Sweden are filled with a very Sc ...
Our guide to Peru’s tastiest street food
May contain traces of Guinea Pig... The post Our guide to Peruâ€™s tastiest street food appeared first on Intrepid Travel Blog. ...
The Story Of My Wedlock
Oh yes, I?m hitched! So now you know what has kept me away from blogging in the last few months. Although I missed sharing my adventures of the road, ...
State of the Savage: January 2016
Last month marked six years of Traveling Savage. Six years! I wrote my first post here on December 13, 2009, almost a year from the date I intended to ...
All parrilla, no filler: the 7 best steaks in Buenos Aires
Think you?ve experienced the pinnacle of what happens when you take a cow and apply heat" Think again. The post All parrilla, no filler: the 7 best ...
In-Flight Essentials to Make Long Flights Suck Less
In a day and age where seats keep getting smaller and service seems to keep getting worse, air travel has ceased to be fun â€“ or even pleasant. And I ...
Introducing the Quarry Trail, the second route to Machu Picc
Heard of the Quarry Trail" That\'s cool - neither have the tourist crowds. The post Introducing the Quarry Trail, the second route to Machu Picchu a ...
GUEST BLOG: THE AGE OF DIY BUSINESS TRAVEL
A sobering trend in business travel is forcing companies to re-evaluate their processes and systems for controlling costs.A recent study by the Global ...
Five more Brazilian foods you should try this summer
Last week I wrote about a bunch of foods to try this summer in Brazil, which is hosting the Olympics and has temporarily waived its onerous visa requi ...
Cocktail masterclass: how to make Pisco Sours like a pro
So what is a Pisco Sour" And why do people get so obsessed with it" And where the hell do you drink it anyway" Here?s our foolproof guide. The post C ...
My (Current) Ultimate List of Travel Movies
Way back in 2008, I created a list of ten of the best travel movies ever. Itâ€™s a great list. But 2008 was a long time ago. (Have I really been blog ...
10 Tips for Traveling for a Job Interview
Traveling for a job interview is similar to traveling for business, with one exception?when you travel for a job interview, you?re under the microscop ...
GUEST BLOG: CHOOSING GROUND TRANSPORTATION TECHNOLOGY
InÂ 2015 ground transportation was one of the most discussed topics in business travel industry circles. For many years technology constraints related ...
Here’s a good intro to one of LA’s most storied
Los Angeles is as much a story as it is a city; people come to witness (and seek) fame, wealth, good weather, or the alleged California joie de vivre. ...
The Happy Van to La Manzanilla
Beach time followed by drinks and then a great dinner; that\'s the recipe for another spectacular day in La Manzanilla.Kids in the Happy Van!We loaded ...
Cruise "Journalism" - Cruise Critic and Skift Arti
Note: Â Immediately after originally posting this article, Dennis Schall, Skift News Editor, chose to engage in an infantile Twitter war with his firs ...
We catch up with the director of ‘Sherpa’, the s
Visually stunning and deeply political, Sherpa documents the changing consciousness of a people who have long been the backbone of the Everest climbi ...
Two Cool Events Coming Up This Week...
Two events caught my eye for this week, one happening in Paris on Thursday and one in London over the weekend. Tech bl ...
Fulltiming: Finding a New Normal
At Northlake RV Resort, Houston, Texas...Our escape from the DFW area didn\'t go as planned--on the same day as closing the house sale--there were jus ...
24-hours in Medellín, Colombia’s capital of cool
What to do, eat and see in one of South America\'s biggest success stories. The post 24-hours in Medellín, Colombiaâ€™s capital of cool appeared fir ...
Robert van Koesveld | Geiko and Maiko of Kyoto
(If Video cannot play, please click on this link)I rarely if ever, feature crowdfunding campaigns for photography projects, because I don\'t want to ...
10 things to do on the East Fjords in Iceland
The East Fjords are very special. Two of our favourite ?must-see? things are looking at puffins close-up and seeing reindeer; the east is the only pla ...
Mystical Myanmar (2014) Day 6 & 7: From Inle Lake to Yangon
I think we left our hearts in Inle Lake...and it\'s really hard for us to bid goodbye to this pristine and wonderful watery world. We really wish we c ...
EVERYBODY LOVES KUNG FU FIGHTING?
China hits you like a Kung-Fu ?Tiger Punch? to the face! Frank was our G adventures tour guide and to be honest, if it wasn?t for him we?d probably st ...
The Ultimate Girls? Getaway to Koh Lanta, Thailand
“What’s your favorite place"” I asked get that question at least once a day and often several times. It’s not an easy que ...
Lady’s 48 Hours of Ice Magic in Lake Louise
â€śWe donâ€™t need an event here,â€ť my snowshoeing guide tells me. â€śThe park is the event. Every day.â€ť Heâ€™s referring to Banff National Park, w ...
Turkey 101: Helpful tips for your arrival in Istanbul
Turkey is as intriguing as anywhere youÂ can visit, and of course Istanbul is one of the worldâ€™s great cities. Over the last week, Iâ€™ve been explo ...
BRATISLAVA'S TOP 7 SECRETS
Excited to plan a trip to Bratislava" (We WERE!)Even if Slovakia is not on the bucket list of most of the travelers, it does not mean it is not a grea ...
13 Adventures to Add to Your U.S. Bucket List
When it comes to an adventure bucket list, there are probably a few things that are already on it. Things like bungee jumping in New Zealand or skiing ...
HOW TO GET FROM AIRPORT TO ROME CITY CENTER
When planning a trip to Rome, you probably open your browser on Google and look for ways to get to Rome city center. (Also read about 8 Things to be C ...
Brigadeiro recipe: satisfy your South American sweet tooth
Condensed milk heated with coco powder, rolled with butter and chocolate sprinkles...can you feel your arteries clanging shut right now" The post Bri ...
Biking Your Ash Off" Conquering Volcán Osorno
Yesterday, I left the ferry port of Hornopirén in the morning but, instead of continuing toward Puerto Montt ? the formal starting point of the Carret ...
My Crazy (French) Charcuterie Addiction
People who know me will swear that I have a crazy cured meat (in French: charcuterie) addiction. When I left a job in early 2008, my ex-colleagues gif ...
Birria with Barry
Sunday morning and we hit the road toÂ Cihuatlán to find what Barry Vincent says is the best Birria restaurantÂ on the coast. Birria is aÂ spicyÂ stew ...
David Bowie is... Sold Out in Groningen
In December (2015), Dutchman and I went to Groningen to see the ?David Bowie is? exhibition. When we arrived at the Groninger Museum we saw the bad ne ...
Exhausted But Free!
At Treetop RV Resort, Arlington, Texas...It would be difficult to describe adequately the exhausting chaos of the last few days leading up to the real ...
The Best (and Maybe Only") Time to Visit Basel, Switzer
So hereâ€™s a fun (and perhaps slightly unbelievable) fact about me and my travels: even though Iâ€™ve spent more than 7 months collectively traveling ...
Jan Mřller Hansen | The Raute of Nepal
Photo © Jan Mřller Hansen-All Rights ReservedÂ The Raute are the last hunter-gatherers of Nepal and are only a handful of societies that still do so a ...
Here it is, Friday again
Seems like I?ve become a once or twice a week blogger since I?ve arrived at my winter home base.Â It?s been a transition time for me after nine and a ...
Chalets of Le Hameau de Flaine (French Alps)
These chalets are for rent whilst a few of them are for sale (going at ?450K). They are located at Le Hameau de Flaine, a village that is part of Flai ...
What happened to that delicious food the US customs agent to
Iâ€™ve often wondered what happens to all the food that gets confiscated by customs and immigrations officials when re-entering the United States. Mor ...
Les Carroz (French Alps): Chilling Out on the Slopes at the
One of the things I love to do during our wintersport holiday is chilling out on the slopes.Of course at a nice outdoor terrace with the perfect view ...
Robert Redford is all about ?Real Life Experiences?, just li
Robert Redford ? venerable actor, horse whisperer, Wild West outlaw and wise, wise sage ? was asked to give advice to aspiring filmmakers. His answer ...
Quit Fucking Around and Build Yourself a Fuck-Off Fund
One of the most popular posts on this site" How I Saved $13,000 For Travel In Just Seven Months. I stand by that post. It may have been from a di ...
Paul Levrier | Red Hmong | Visions of Asia
Photo ©Â Paul Levrier -All Rights ReservedThis blog post features one of the most enjoyable compilations of South East Asian photographs, and a "gift" ...
NOW OPEN: The Ultimate Travel Blogging Course
In November, I launched the beta version of my new blogging course, The Business of Blogging, and, after a few months of testing, it is now ready for ...
4 Reasons Why Business Travel is Still Important
In an era when mobile phones and video conferencing are ubiquitous, some people question the need for business travel at all. Many companies view busi ...
Sun-screen & coral reefs - protecting kids & the environment
Last year, a scientific study released last year showed that oxybenzone, a common ingredient in sunscreen, can damage coral reefs. To quote a report o ...
Now It's Really Winter! Lots of Cruises on Sale...With Sign
I am always skeptical of "sales", but there really are legitimate, great value, sales going on with most cruise lines for closer in cruises.Â If you a ...
Six wanderlust-inducing Instagramers every traveler should f
Instagram is what you make of it. For many people, itâ€™s a great way to keep up to date with friends and family. But, if you craft your feed well and ...
Lady’s 3 Perfect Winter Days in Banff
Iâ€™m having a hard time believing that winter isnâ€™t high season in Banff. Itâ€™s in the Rocky Mountains, after all, and winter travel is synonymous ...
Facts and Pictures of Flaine Ski Village Resort (part of Le
Bonjour!Â Flaine alpine village is one of the ski village resorts in the Alps that was built for the purpose of wintersport tourism back in the late 6 ...
Why the world needs to learn salsa, Colombian style
I may well have become the feature of every ?gringo tries to salsa? YouTube video ever published, but I couldn?t care less. This was fun. The post W ...
Daily Sets and Dinks
Money: one of the best souvenirs you’ll ever find
Here at Tripping Over the World, we tend for many reasons to acquire souvenirs sparingly. But over the years weâ€™ve inadvertently gathered a collecti ...
IS SHARING CARING"
Like it or not, corporate travellers are increasingly turning to sharing economy sites when they look for somewhere to stay on business. The big quest ...
Mystical Myanmar (2014) Day 4 & 5: Impressive Inle Lake
Date Visited: 12th January 2014We left the ancient city of Bagan and travelled to a beautiful highland lake, the Inle Lake via a public bus. We bought ...
Just back from? the Caribbean
Sarah taking in the architecture around San Juan © Sarah Reid Sarah Reid, Destination Editor at Lonely Planet, recently returned from her first-ever C ...
48 Hours in Reykjavik, Iceland
At first glance, Reykjavik doesnâ€™t look all that impressive on paper. Itâ€™s a small city â€“ only covering about 100 square miles with a population ...
Trackpacking: All Them Witches
In the 1968 horror film Rosemary\'s Baby, Mia Farrow is destined to give birth to the Antichrist. A coterie of creepy players prepare her to carry the ...
First Day of Skiing in Flaine (Le Grand Massif Ski Area, Fre
The ski area of Le Grand Massif in the French Alps comprises of 5 alpine ski villages: Flaine, Samoens, Morillon, Les Carroz and Sixt with views to Mo ...
Spice island: 5 reasons Zanzibar should be on your Bucket Li
It\'s time to follow the trade winds and make tracks to the spice island of Zanzibar. And yes, that is as exotic as it sounds. The post Spice island ...
Living out Dr. King's Dream at a Homeless Shelter
I don\'t know what it was that motivated me to get out of bed before 8am on a federal holiday this morning and change my plans from going to the Dr. M ...
Six Brazilian foods you should try that aren’t barbecu
Last week, I wrote that Brazil is waiving its visa requirement for a few months this year, making it suddenly easier to visit the country. So if youâ€ ...
2016 Travel: Where to Go & What to See
As hard as it is to believe, a new year is upon us and that means it?s also time to start planning our travels for 2016. Whether it?s for business or ...
Interesting turn of events
After the Poker Air Gun Shoot on Thursday, I was more interested than ever in purchasing an air rifle so I could enjoy this sport.Â Mike had called t ...
Portland’s airport is getting a movie theater
Here are the details about the new mini-movie theater: It really is mini ?the movie theater will seat only about 18 people and show a series of shor ...
Scenes from England?s Lake District
If you’re a longtime reader, you might remember my stint living in Chester, northwest England. Though Chester was a tough place to live as an ou ...
fathom Impact Travel - A Cruise Impacting You Even More Than
fathom Impact Travel invited me and my sixteen year old daughter to travel to the Dominican Republic last week to test out and critique some of its so ...
Christmas Markets with Viking River Cruises: What’s It
Weâ€™ve all seen the commercials interspersed in episodes of Downtown Abbey on PBS: those tranquil ads narrated by a soothing British accent, starring ...
Back to the Banana Plantation
Lady’s 12 Incredible Winter Travel Destinations
It hasnâ€™t felt much like winter in London this year. With record-breaking temperatures in November and daffodils blooming in St Jamesâ€™s Park this ...
Undoing Argentina's "Reciprocity" Mess
In late 2009, Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner?s administration imposed a tourism ?reciprocity fee? for passport holders from the Un ...
Cafe Gourmand and Le Boqueteau by Dubuffet in the Alps
If you ever find yourself in France, you have got to try the Cafe Gourmand. It is coffee (usually espresso) accompanied with a variety of tiny dessert ...
Why this Family Took Their Teens on an Epic RTW Adventure
Yesterday in Buenos Aires, I had lunch with a family of digital nomads. Theyâ€™ve been on the road since 2008 working on software and app development ...
Mystical Myanmar (2014) Day 3: Temples & Pagodas Hopping In
Previous Post: Day 2 in Bagan - Temples & Pagodas Hopping (Part 1)Date Visited: 11th January 2014Not just one but we spent completely two days solely ...
Day 4: DMZ and North Korea
Wednesday, 28 January 2015Continues fromÂ Day 3: SeoulAs yesterday, today is not a "Trip to Japan" at all as we\'re visiting Korea!It\'s our second a ...
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