Bohemian Trails Goes Snow Tubing

It’s been a few years since my last snow tubing adventure, which I’d like to quickly recap. I was a sophomore in college and I was intoxicated. While this was amusing to all the other snow tubers on the mountain that day, falling out of my tube on the way up the mountain and then

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Bohemian Trails Starts A New Year

I’ve personally never been that great at sticking to my new years resolutions and because of this, there have been several years when I ditched the whole thing altogether. This year, however, I have lots to look forward to and a few goals I refuse to quit. Travel After months of networking, sending emails, trying

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Personal Highlights from 2011

The past year has been pretty life changing, which is why I’ve decided to chronicle 5 things that 2011 brought me. From a new career to a better viewpoint on life, here is Megan’s thankful list. Bohemian Trails April 2012 marks the one-year anniversary of Bohemian Trails being up and running. Although I had lazily

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Drop the Excuses and Keep Trekking

This post is by David VanArsdale, one of our contributors. “I want to travel but I don’t have the money.” I wince a little when I hear someone say that because for the most part, I think it’s a bullshit excuse. Granted there are exceptions (especially considering today’s unemployment rate), but if you have a

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Travel Giveaway from Flipkey

Our friends over at Flipkey are hosting a pretty stellar travel giveaway worthy of any bohemian, which is why I wanted to spread the word to my fellow travelers. Since I’m always up for any excuse to travel, I plan on entering the giveaway myself and increasing my odds by inviting more of my Facebook

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Travel as the New Social Clique

After a long but productive day I had come to the realization that I wasn’t going to make it out of my apartment as most people my age would on any given Saturday night. In an effort to clear my head a bit, I turned on the television for a few minutes of mindless stimulation.

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Highlights from Valparaiso

Although I had never heard of Valparaiso until last week, it has quickly became one of my all-time favorite cities in South America. Visiting Chile in the dead of winter actually gave me a unique local experience that is hard to find during the summer flock of tourists. As I took in the view from

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Swedish Artist Martina Molin

After featuring Annika Connor a few weeks ago and learning about how travel has served as an inspiration in many of her paintings I decided to feature a different artist every week. Annika is to thank for our artist this week, Martina Molin, who also hails from Stockholm, Sweden. The two were recently reunited in

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How to Ride a Camel and Look Like a Pro

I never imagined that I would be giving camel riding tips anytime soon, but after my trip to Egypt, I realized that it’s not as easy as it looks.  Yes, once your on the camel, it’s generally smooth sailing, but getting on and off can prove quite challenging. Approach your Camel with Caution: Although camels

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Travel Ideas That Won’t Leave You Broke

Regardless of the time of year, planning a trip is probably making you doubt whether you can afford a vacation at all. Even a few days off from work will do wonders for your mental health and stress levels, so don’t let airfare get in the way of a much-needed vacation. Think outside the box

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