Bohemian Trails Gets Personal

Going along with the more personal posts I’ve been writing each Friday, I’ve decided to put together a list of 5 travel facts about myself that you probably didn’t already know. I am a Dual Citizen: There are some who would say that I should not be opening admitting to owning two passports but this

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Why New York City is My Therapist

There’s a saying here in New York City that even the shrinks have shrinks. After living here nearly three years, I can only imagine some of the things therapists must hear on a daily basis so I really hope they have a sounding board of their own. While I do see a therapist from time

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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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November in a NutShell

November is one of my favorite months here in New York but as anyone living here will tell you, it flies by fast. Since I’m not currently traveling like some of my fellow bloggers – Leave Your Daily Hell, Wake and Wander and theplanetd just to name a few – I’ve been keeping myself preoccupied

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Foodie Guide to Adams Morgan

Earlier this summer I was intent on releasing my inner foodie and discovering exactly where I should be eating in DC. Anyone who’s ever visited our nation’s capital will know that Adams Morgan during the day has a completely different feel to it than the wild nightlife scene that has both helped and hurt the

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Defending Hostels

This post is by Kay Boatner, one of our contributors. I blame Hostel. You know, the gory 2005 movie about two kids named Paxton and Josh, and their fellow backpackers traveling around Europe that meet a rather disgusting end in a Slovak—you guessed it—hostel. Until recently, the only hostel I had ever stayed in was

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My Journey from Sydney to London

This post is by emily Banyard, one of our contributors. Like many Australians, my foray into travel started off as a ‘gap year’. A rite of passage – ‘gappers’ take time off between/after High school or University and journey as many places as possible usually on a shoestring. Late 2008 after finishing college in Sydney,

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How to Feel Like a Local at a Resort

If you are headed to a top travel destination like Mexico or the Caribbean, spending a few nights at an all-inclusive resort may be your best option. While some guests may never plan on leaving the comfort of the resort, other people are naturally more adventurous and therefore may crave more stimulation throughout the day.

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