How to Make your Urban Space Feel Like Home

I’ve taken you across the world with me, so now I’m going to share a slice of my “home” with you. After moving back to New York after stints in both San Francisco and Hong Kong, we’ve worked to create an eco-friendly home in the concrete jungle of New York. Below are a few tips

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Wellness Guide to Crystal River

Ever since learning about Crystal River early last year, it’s been on the top of my travel list. While my main focus for coming to Citrus County was to interact with manatees in a safe and natural environment (more on that next week), that ended up being only one facet of my trip. Plantation on

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How to Win at Volunteering Abroad

This is a guest post by Andrew Tipp. A lot of travellers are put off volunteering because they don’t know how to do it ‘right’. Which is fair enough, because volunteering can look pretty intimidating. It’s not a holiday, after all. But it’s a shame, because there’s no great mystery about volunteering, and there’s so

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Motivational Murals of Indy

Before connecting the dots that I’d be visiting Indianapolis during the Indy 500 weekend, my main reason for heading the midwestern city was to check out their new Cultural Trail. I’ve always thought of Indy as more of a sports destination than anything else so when I learned about this urban bike and pedestrian connecting

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Green Guide to the Galapagos

Ever since I discovered how amusing it is to create a travel bucket list, the Galapagos Islands has been up there near number one. I actually started tentatively planning a trip there a few years back but those plans unfortunately fell through. So, as a result, this destination is still on my list of “must

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Off the Grid Beaches in Thailand

This post is written by Global Basecamps. Thailand has it all: ancient ruins, holy temples, elephant rides, world-class parties, and so help me Buddha, the very best, cheapest street food I have ever tasted. There is one other thing you will encounter while touring here though: other tourists. Tons of them. When we travel, many

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How To Choose Your Hostel

While most of the travel I’ve done since creating Bohemian Trails has either been sponsored or personal, I have stayed in countless hostels on my own dime and understand that choosing one is not always the easiest decision. Here are three things to consider before picking where to stay. 1) Do you want to make friends?

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