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How Men Can Fight Toxic Masculinity and Rape Culture

If you’ve been following social media, chances are you’ve seen many of your friends posting #MeToo in recent days. Women have been posting...
18-10-2017 16:09

Finland in the Summer: Quirky, Isolated, and Pretty

One question I get asked on a daily basis is, “So, what’s your favorite place"” I’m not a fan of having to answer that qu...
12-10-2017 16:08

What?s It Like to Tour Chernobyl Today"

When I began planning my trip to Ukraine, I knew I wanted to find a way to visit Chernobyl, home of the nuclear disaster site of 1986. Chernobyl"...
07-10-2017 16:10

AK Monthly Recap: September 2017

I started September in Minsk, eager to visit four new European countries. I finished the month in New York, recovering after a very busy six weeks of ...
04-10-2017 16:10

How to Plan a German Christmas Market Trip

Last year, I spent a week hopping around Germany’s Bavaria region in December, exploring several different Christmas markets. What a great trip!...
30-09-2017 16:10

Visiting Russia Without a Visa on the St. Peter Line Ferry

Visiting Russia usually requires going through a grueling visa process — but did you know you can visit visa-free if you go by ferry" You c...
26-09-2017 16:12

Vail, Colorado, Might Be Better in the Summer!

Lately, I’ve been diligent about visiting my most egregious travel oversights. In the past year, I finally made it to places like Miami and Pola...
23-09-2017 16:10

In Kiev, a Stylish and Surprising City

Dear cities of the world: I warn you, it’s dangerous for me to visit you immediately after a city I love. You may not be judged fairly. So many ...
15-09-2017 16:09

The Emotional Labor of Female Travel Bloggers

Earlier this year, I joined a group on Facebook called “Female Travel Bloggers.” Truth be told, I’m not the biggest fan of blogging ...
12-09-2017 16:11

AK Monthly Recap: August 2017

Hello. I?m thirty-three. And I?m more balanced than I?ve been in a year and a half. It took a long time to get this point. When I moved to New York in...
05-09-2017 16:11

Portraits of New Yorkers During the Eclipse

  As a total eclipse appeared across the United States, darkening the sky from Oregon to Nebraska to South Carolina, dozens of my blogger friends road...
25-08-2017 16:11

A Different 24 Hours in Philadelphia, My Former Least Favori

If you had a chance to revisit your least favorite city, would you go" Recently I got an interesting opportunity in my inbox. invited...
21-08-2017 16:11

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I just want to share some nice pictures I took last March when I visited Assen, the capital of Drenthe, one of the 12 provinces in the Netherlands located in the north of the country.Luck was with me because the weather was nice. Clear blue skies.... -
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JT5: Flight and Tokyo

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Photos courtesy Chris Raezer, CC BY-SA 2.0Saturday, 24 January 2015Continues from Japan Trip 2015: ItineraryOur flight this trip was direct to Tokyo (Narita) and left from the Gold Coast at around 11am.Unfortunately that airport is over 100km from... -
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An ?Emma? kind of day

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