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13 Non-Travel Books That Changed My Life

I read many different kinds of books. It’s not all travel. Last month, I shared some of my recent favorite travel books. This month, I wanted to sh...
18-10-2017 16:09

Embracing Change: Health Scares, Retirement, and Travel

We have such a large community and I love sharing everyone’s story. I think highlighting a variety of perspectives and experiences helps inspire so...
12-10-2017 16:08

24 Photos from My Safari to Kruger National Park

Hello again! After six weeks of travel, I am back in New York City. I was all over the US, parts of Europe, South Africa, and Madagascar. There’s a...
10-10-2017 16:11

10 Epic Films to Inspire You to Visit Africa

Welcome to the latest Africa related post by our resident experts Natasha and Cameron from The World Pursuit. While I’ve been to the continent in t...
26-09-2017 16:12

How to Travel Anywhere in the World (From Start to Finish) f

Wouldn?t it be great to travel anywhere in the world for $1,000 or less" And I don?t mean just the cost of getting there. I mean your entire vacation...
21-09-2017 16:14

How this Boomer Canadian Couple Traveled the World for a Yea

As a solo backpacker, there are are certain areas of travel I’m not yet an expert in. Fortunately, there are plenty of experts in our community who...
18-09-2017 16:11

The 2017 Reader Survey: How am I Doing"

Hey everyone! Greetings from Madagascar! I’m really enjoying my trip here with Intrepid Travel. This country has incredible scenery. I’ve seen a...
14-09-2017 16:10

7 Travel Books Worth Reading Right Now (and How to Get a Che

I’ve been picking up a lot of random books in bookstores lately. This can often be hit or miss. I can’t count the times I’ve picked up books on...
11-09-2017 16:11

How to Visit Québec City on a Budget

I’ve visited Canada many times but have always missed is Québec City. I’ve only heard great things from everyone who has ever been there. Luckily...
05-09-2017 16:11

Meet the Team: The Many Faces of Nomadic Matt

From tech and coding to design to fixing bugs getting readers books when downloads fail to scheduling social media or running the forums, it takes a ...
24-08-2017 16:10

How to Buy Good Travel Insurance

Travel insurance is one of the most important things you?ll need for your trip. You wouldn?t have a car without car insurance, a home without home in...
22-08-2017 16:10

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Lady’s Top Places for Books in London

I love books. For as long as I can remember, I’ve preferred the company of a good book to that of almost anything else in the world. I can spend an entire weekend lost in a book, in a bookstore, or in a great place to read. And lucky for me,... -
Netherlands: Pictures of the Capital of Drenthe - Assen

Netherlands: Pictures of the Capital of Drent...

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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SADly seeking sun

SADly seeking sun

One cannot deny the beauty of the first snowfall, the magic of the holiday season, special moments with family and friends, snow on the ground as it sparkles with diamonds, seeing the joy in animals and children as they embrace the winter season and... -
5 Unexpected things I saw at the Paris Flea Market

5 Unexpected things I saw at the Paris Flea M...

For the past week and a half, I’ve been busy covering the UN climate change conference in Paris. Though that left me very little time to see Paris itself, I did manage to visit the famous Paris flea market one Saturday evening. The flea market is... -
Soothing Moments with Japanese Green Tea & Sushi

Soothing Moments with Japanese Green Tea & Su...

I only made one short visit to Japan but in that short visit I was in awe of the culture and cuisine.The Japanese have one of the healthiest diets in the world. Not only is Japanese food healthy but it\'s very pleasing to the palate.Taking one... -
JT5: Flight and Tokyo

JT5: Flight and Tokyo

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... -
An ?Emma? kind of day

An ?Emma? kind of day

My daughter Robyn and the grandgirls have arrived, and we?ve been busy, busy, busy.  Didn?t figure I?d post until they headed back to Chicago, but today was one of those days that I just couldn?t resist telling about.  Emma may be getting older,... -
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