Guide to New Zealand

This is a Guest Post by Ali Dempsey of Global Basecamps.  New Zealand is known as the one of the best adventure travel destinations in the world. It is truly unique with a vast range of scenery, including snow-capped mountains, glacial lakes, rainforests, rugged coastlines, picturesque beaches, and beautiful wine country. New Zealand is a

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Foodie Guide to Seattle

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors.  During my trip to the Pacific Northwest I made sure to balance out my eating with a little outdoor exercise. Making the most of the spectacular mountains, oceans and parks, I partook in a little hiking and camping. Thank goodness I did or I’d weigh

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Foodie Guide to Portland

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors. Most people go to the Pacific Northwest to make the most of their spectacular surroundings. Mountains, oceans and parks aplenty afford for fabulous outdoor experiences. I went to the Pacific Northwest to eat. Here are my top 5 recommended restaurants for any travel foodie: Old

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Five Underrated European Views

(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column, entitled Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) It’s hard to pick just one city to visit in Europe, which is why few people actually do. Luckily for the savvy and sophisticated 20-something traveler, getting around Europe is pretty simple, especially when you think about how accessible it is to go

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Cruising Down the Oregon Coast

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors. The Oregon coastline does its damndest to put other American beaches to shame. The state’s sandy stretches easily stand up to many of the other oceanic views I’ve been lucky enough to take in during my lifetime. The Outer Banks—you’ve got competition. All of the

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Neighborhood Guide to South London

(Previous entry from Liberty Travel, where Megan wrote a 4-part series on her favorite London neighborhoods) When people think of London the first things that pop into their minds are major tourist attractions like Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster. They probably aren’t thinking about the less obvious places around London that are well worth checking

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Fun and Sun in Cabo San Lucas

When I hear the word “Cabo” I think of one thing: Kristin Cavallari from Laguna Beach dancing on top of the bar and screaming at Stephen. Now that I’ve actually been to Cabo San Lucas, I realize why Kristin was dancing on the bar. The city does tend to be a tourist party destination, but

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Traditional San José Del Cabo

San José Del Cabo may not be paradise for an adventure-seeker, but for the art-lover, it’s pretty close to heaven. During my stay at Barceló Los Cabos, I was able to spend the day wandering through the city in search of some great art….and of course amazing tequila of San Jose. Here are my suggestions of

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Highlights from Los Cabos

(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) This past week I headed to Mexico for a few days of relaxation at Barceló Los Cabos Palace Deluxe. Although I’m usually more of a budget traveler, there’s nothing wrong with a little walk on the luxurious side. When I first walked into my

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Neighborhood Guide to East London

(Previous entry from Liberty Travel, where Megan wrote a 4-part series on her favorite London neighborhoods) The East End of London continues to intrigue me. While abroad in London one of the courses I enrolled in was British Broadcasting. It seemed a dream come true when our Welsh professor, who happened to have an impressive

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