Finnish Bike Fashion

Known for being one of the most bike-friendly cities around the world, it’s not just the bikers who make a fashion statement in Helsinki. Many of the bikes are an artform all on their own. Here are a few of my favorite avant-garde and very hipster Helsinki bikes. The Classic Bike – Complete with basket,

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Finnish Nature at its Finest

After a wonderful trip to Norway last February, I had a feeling Finland would be just as inspiring. With lakes, flowers, fields and rainbows making several surprise appearances throughout my trip, I wanted to highlight a few of Finland’s natural elements. Here’s a look at some landscapes you can expect to see here. Sea –

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Feeling Hipster in Helsinki

Officially day three of my Finland trip, Helsinki has already surpassed my expectations. Currently the Design Capital of the World, the city is brimming with global art and culture, all seen in every aspect of local life. From fashionista bikers and bohemian flea markets to impressive street art, here’s to me feeling hipster in Helsinki.

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Bohemian Trails Goes Global

While most of the time I’m happily based in New York City, this travel writing bohemian has a busy couple of months coming up and I wanted to share my plans with everyone. May: Israel  This spring I’ll be spending two weeks in Israel on behalf of Israel Tourism. As part of their blogger trip,

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How to Narrow your Travel-To-Do List

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors. Where in the World? For a variety of reasons including work, family, depressing bank account statements and lack of frequent flyer miles, most of us don’t have the luxury of unlimited time and money for travel. Meaning we’ve got to get picky when it comes

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Bohemian Balancing Act

One of the challenges of being bohemian traveler is finding balance between satisfying my wandering cravings and feeling settled in my everyday life. This time last year I was working 9-5 in a city I loved and yet I often found myself day dreaming about where I wanted to travel to next. Since I was

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Guide to Australia

This is a Guest Post by Ali Dempsey of Global Basecamps. In Australia you can discover lush rainforests, beautiful deserts, rugged mountains, and of course white sand beaches.  It is an ideal location for everyone from outdoor enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies, to those looking to simply enjoy the scenery and relax on the beach.  No

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Five Underrated European Cities

(original article from Megan’s Travel Column on Life2PointOh, The Boho Life) I’ve decided to look back and feature five European cities that are underrated in my opinion and definitely worth a visit. Ghent, Belgium During my semester studying in London, I made it to Belgium for two quick trips. On our free day, many of

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Backpacking: The Bohemian’s Vacation

This post is by David VanArsdale, one of our contributors. I don’t understand the people who buy express passes at amusement parks. They pay extra to skip the lines and walk straight to the roller coasters. Yes, waiting in those zig-zagging lines sucks. Yes, you’re sweating so much that your underwear is sticking to your

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Neighborhood Guide to Santiago

After spending about two weeks in Santiago, Chile, I quickly got a feel for the different neighborhoods that make this South American city so fascinating. Although I didn’t know too much about Santiago before arriving in Chile, I was very pleased to learn that the city is actually quite ideal for a bohemian. The first

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