Cambodia Off the Beaten Path

This post is by Karina Schroeder, one of our contributors.  Like all countries, Cambodia is diverse and rich in culture. Newly opened to the tourism scene (within the past 20 years), it is fast becoming one of the most popular travel destinations in Southeast Asia with so many wonderful places to see in Cambodia. The

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Bohemian Shopping in Shanghai

This is a guest post by Ali Dempsey of Global Basecamps. While living in Shanghai from 2002-2006, shopping was one of my favorite pastimes.  Even if you don’t buy anything, just wandering around the markets is a fun adventure and offers insight in the city’s culture. Since 2006, many markets have relocated and shops have shut

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Tokyo in Two Days

This post is by Chris Peterson, one of our contributors. Tokyo is the largest city in the world and a place where you could easily spend a week or more exploring all that it has to offer. However, vacation days and financial issues sometimes limit our abilities to spend as much time as a city deserves

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Bike Ride Through the Cambodian Countryside

This post is by Karina Schroeder, one of our contributors.  Bright green fields stretched to my right and left, scattered with small wooden shacks with resting farm animals, drying clotheslines and barbed wire fences. A bright red dirt path stretched in front of me. The air was hot and extremely humid, a combined feeling of

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