5 Fascinating Faces of Tokyo

Although my time in Tokyo was short, I was still able to experience several unique aspects of the city. It almost felt like a sneak peek though because as soon as I touched down in New York City I was ready to turn back around. Like most international hubs, there are so many different ways

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Soaking in the San Fran Sunshine

While this title may confuse my local San Francisco readers, compared to New York, the California weather felt refreshingly warm. My last trip to the Bay Area was just last August when I explored scenic San Mateo County and Silicon Valley but I haven’t been to the downtown San Francisco in almost three years. My

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Traveling through Norway in Style

There are countless ways to travel through Norway and after partaking in almost every mode myself, here are a few recommendations of how to get around in style. The Rauma Railway – where modernity and mountains meet These two-wagon trains have a modern design and comfortable seating, which is always a plus. While locals do

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5 Underrated New York Neighborhoods

Every once in awhile I feel especially inspired to write about my home away from travel. That would be New York City, where I’ve been based for just over three years now. I’ve lived in a few different neighborhoods but some of my favorite NYC spots are rather underrated, even among locals. Here are 5

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London’s West End for the Non-Tourist

(Original article from Liberty Travel, where Megan wrote a four-part series about London neighborhoods) West London is the main area where tourists flock to during their vacation. While there are many fascinating attractions in these neighborhoods, it’s definitely worth your time to explore some areas nearby that are just as culturally rich, but less crowded.

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How to Keep the Feeling of Travel Lust

(article from Megan’s Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) Whether we want to admit it or not, romance is often on our minds when we travel, especially during your carefree 20-something years. Even wandering along a dirt road or a crowded street seems more exciting because it is “foreign” and unknown. But let’s face it, we

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How Not to Offend Foreign Locals

After watching the last two episodes of The Real Housewives of New York City, I feel the need to vent about some of the women’s horrific behavior while on their trip to Morocco. I realize that this is a reality show and that ratings are of supreme importance to Bravo, but having traveled through three

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How to Make Friends at your Hostel

Traveling alone can be a bit intimidating, especially if you don’t know anyone in the city where you are visiting.  Even if you have your whole trip itinerary planned out, it’s good to arrive at your hostel with an open mind. There are so many benefits to meeting travelers during your trip. It’s not only

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New York’s Top 5 For Under $5

This post is by Jessica Tiare Bowen, one of our contributors. When one thinks of New York City, a lot of things come to mind: Concrete Jungle, Skyscraper National Park, The Big Apple.  “Cheap” would probably not make the list.  New York is notorious for ridiculously priced cocktails and Broadway shows,  which is why I

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How to Find Great Coffee in Any City

Let’s face it, you’re either a coffee drinker or you aren’t.  I’m personally very much a coffee addict but I also like my tea & biscuits from time to time. Whether or not you prefer tea to coffee, someone in your group is bound to need their to satisfy their caffeine fix. When you’re traveling

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