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    Always Wanderlust

  • A Day in Dubrovnik: Things to Do
    The Croatian city of Dubrovnik is a hugely popular tourist destination and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Set on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, it is a mixture of old architecture and new, brimming with influences from across the ages. It offers stunning views out to sea and is... Read more »
  • Travel Photo – The Milky Way in Shira Camp 2 at Kilimanjaro
    The Milky Way in Shira Camp 2 at Kilimanjaro This was one of the more pleasant hikes in the 8 Day Lemosho Route. The whole trek was grueling and you’ll need all 8 days to get you in tip-top shape to tackle Uhuru Peak on the 7th day. Summit success... Read more »
  • Travel Photo – Mount Kilimanjaro Under the Milky Way
    It’s long been on my Bucket List to climb one of the “Seven Summits, the highest peaks in the 7 continents.” Normally, there would be swathes of tourists and would-be climbers to this world-famous mountain. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has offered us the rare opportunity to experience this trek almost... Read more »
  • Moscow Subway Stations to Check Out When You’re in Russia
    Enjoy these awesome metro stations in Moscow, Russia - The most gorgeous underground palace in the world! The post Moscow Subway Stations to Check Out When You’re in Russia appeared first on Always Wanderlust.... Read more »
  • What’s in my Camera Bag? A Photography Gear Guide!
    Gear. Whether we admit to it or not, we are obsessed with camera gear as photographers. I get asked the “What camera or lens are you using?” question often enough that if I had a dime for each time I’ve heard it, I’ll be able to buy the Sony FE... Read more »
  • Six Stunning Destinations to Visit where it’s Not Crowded
    One of the reasons why people travel is to relax and get away from the daily stresses of life. Unfortunately, visiting famous tourist destinations can be such a hassle and stressful sometimes due to the throngs of tourists. Thankfully, there are many places in the world that are stunning, but... Read more »
  • Photo of the Day – Seattle Space Needle & Mount Baker
    It took some detective work to get this shot. First, Mount Baker is roughly 88 miles away from Seattle so you’ll need a very clear day for it to be visible in the city – which, in itself, is rare in the Pacific Northwest. On the flip side, the air... Read more »

    Travel Dudes

  • Cooking in Mexico: Healthy Food to Make While Traveling
    Travel Dudes Cooking in Mexico: Healthy Food to Make While Traveling It's very useful to be able cook up a few simple meals with familiar ingredients when you travel in Mexico. The post Cooking in Mexico: Healthy Food to Make While Traveling first appeared on Travel Dudes and is written... Read more »
  • 8 Tips to Make the Most of your Carnival in Cologne
    Travel Dudes 8 Tips to Make the Most of your Carnival in Cologne The Cologne Carnival (Kölner Karneval) is one of the best in Europe. Here are 8 tips for you to enjoy the Carnival in Cologne at its best. The post 8 Tips to Make the Most of your... Read more »
  • A Sustainable Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Travel Guide
    Travel Dudes A Sustainable Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Travel Guide Here is your sustainable Mecklenburg-Vorpommern travel guide - from locally-sourced food to eco-friendly activities and accommodation. The post A Sustainable Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Travel Guide first appeared on Travel Dudes and is written by Travel Dudes. Travel Dudes - For Travelers, By Travelers!... Read more »
  • Barcelona in April: Best Things to Do & See
    Travel Dudes Barcelona in April: Best Things to Do & See Here's a guide to visiting Barcelona in April, including things to do and places to see. The post Barcelona in April: Best Things to Do & See first appeared on Travel Dudes and is written by Apartment Barcelona. Travel... Read more »
  • The Best Parks in Barcelona
    Travel Dudes The Best Parks in Barcelona Barcelona is home to some gorgeous green spaces. From Ciutadella Park to the iconic Park Güell, there is so much to explore in the Catalan Capital. So, without further ado, let us introduce you to The Best Parks in Barcelona. The post The... Read more »
  • Reasons to Visit Peru
    Travel Dudes Reasons to Visit Peru If you're looking for reasons to visit Peru, here's why - from things to do in Peru to the cuisine, landscapes and ways to travel sustainably. The post Reasons to Visit Peru first appeared on Travel Dudes and is written by baboo. Travel Dudes... Read more »
  • A Guide to Visiting Cologne, Germany
    Travel Dudes A Guide to Visiting Cologne, Germany In this guide, you’ll find all the information you need to make the most of your time visiting Cologne. From top attractions to delicious local cuisine, we’ll show you the best of what this city has to offer. The post A Guide... Read more »

    Hand Luggage Only

  • 10 Very Best Things To Do In Quebec City, Canada
    Quebec City is not only steeped in history, but it’s also beautiful and a great city to visit when exploring the province of Quebec’s epic spots. In fact, I’d go as far as saying that there are so many stunning things to see and the best things to do in... Read more »
  • Arriving On Land In Antarctica
    The next day in Antarctica – still buzzing from having sailed not just to Antarctica but far south into the Antarctica circle – a feat no other sailing all season had done – we got up super early and super excited, and super eager to explore even more of the... Read more »
  • 11 Very Best Things To Do In San Sebastian, Spain
    Nestled on the Basque Country’s gorgeous shoreline in Spain, San Sebastian is not only a foodie haven but also totally beautiful too! There are so many incredible and best things to do in San Sebastian that you’ll be spoilt for choice. Especially with all the Pintxos. Yum!  We had an... Read more »
  • 10 Best Things to Do in Halifax, Nova Scotia
    The city of Halifax is gorgeous to visit; and in lots of ways is the gateway to exploring Nova Scotia’s beautiful places. That being said, it’s also got a charm and history that’s totally worth spending a few days exploring. This is especially true with all the best things to... Read more »
  • 10 Very Best Places in Illinois To Visit
    Illinois is an incredible state in the United States to visit. With epic cities like Chicago, gorgeous shorelines and stunning state parks, it’s a perfect vacation spot. Best of all, there are loads of the very best places in Illinois dotted all across the state. This all means that the... Read more »
  • Arriving In Antarctica And The Antarctic Circle
    After all the hoops we had to jump to get to Antarctica (in our previous post), here we finally were. Antarctica! Like, this took a little while for it to sink in. I remember wanting to visit for like 10 years and then it took lots of planning to finally... Read more »
  • 10 Very Best Things To Do In Gibraltar
    Perched at the very tip of Spain, the British Overseas Territory of Gibraltar is one totally unique and gorgeous place to visit. Even though it’s relatively small, there’s a heap of the best things to do in Gibraltar dotted all around the rock.   This all makes it a perfect place... Read more »

    Goats On The Road

  • 15 Best Things To Do in Brindisi in 2023
    The picturesque city of Brindisi is full of important historical monuments, cultural attractions, tasty food, and fun activities to enjoy. From its ancient churches to its lively nightlife and vibrant harborfront, here are 15 things to do in Brindisi to help you plan your perfect trip. Last year I spent... Read more »
  • 15 Best Places To Visit in Albania in 2023
    It’s impossible to list all of the best places to visit in Albania. It’s a country with the most stunning scenery, the friendliest people, and an intriguing history that’s guaranteed to stop you in your tracks. There are the most beautiful places to visit in Albania including its stunning coastline,... Read more »
  • Where to Stay in New York in 2023 (Best Areas and Places)
    New York has made such an impact on the world, there’s no doubt that it deserves the nickname “microcosm of the universe”! However, a destination of such magnitude begs the question of where to stay when visiting. I’ve lived in New York since 2015 and can’t imagine living anywhere else.... Read more »
  • 10 Best Proofreading Software Programs and Tools (Free & Paid)
    Whether you’re a blogger finishing up an article, an overwhelmed student working on a research paper, or a professional editor reviewing a business proposal, proofreading software programs are the best tools to perfect your writing and save you time! As a freelance proofreader, I find proofreading software to be a... Read more »
  • 21 Best Things To Do in Detroit in 2023
    Whether you’re interested in cars, art, music, history, sports, or nightlife, there are plenty of fun things to do in Detroit to satisfy your interests. Here you can spend a morning visiting a world-class art museum, cycle along the riverfront in the afternoon, and rock out to live music while... Read more »
  • 15 Best Places to Visit in Puglia in 2023
    In this post, I’ll introduce you to some of the best places to visit in Puglia. I spent time in Puglia earlier this year, and can confidently call it one of my favorite regions to travel to in Italy.   Making up the “heel” of the country’s boot-shaped mainland, this... Read more »
  • 20 Best Places to Visit in Cornwall in 2023
    Cornwall is one of the UK’s best-loved holiday destinations thanks to its miles of golden sand beaches, dramatic cliff paths, and tiny fishing villages. There are many wonderful places to visit in Cornwall such as the westernmost point of mainland Britain and brooding Bodmin Moor, picturesque villages, harbor towns, and... Read more »

    Be My Travel Muse

  • 18 Awesome Things to do in Seoul
    Seoul is the heart and Seoul of South Korea, a place of puns, and a city full of fun. Seoul’s city brand is “I Seoul U” (try saying that without an English accent). It is to represent that Seoul is a place where “You” and “I” connect and coexist. Like... Read more »
  • The 10 Best Boutique Hotels in Santa Fe
    Santa Fe is a charming Southwestern city that deserves a spot on any traveler’s USA bucket list. Long established as an artist’s haven and outdoor lover’s paradise, Santa Fe has an identity that derives from its open-minded atmosphere and unique blend of cultural influences, making it one of the most... Read more »
  • Best Places to Stay in Key Largo (Areas + Hotels)
    This post was written by Nicole Edwards, a solo-sailing freelance writer for BMTM. Key Largo is the first of the Florida Keys, and at 33 miles long, it is also the largest. The self-proclaimed “diving capital of the world,” it is home to beautiful wildlife refuges and beaches, plus unique... Read more »
  • The 9 Best Boutique Hotels on the Big Island, Hawai’i
    A longtime favorite among adventurous and spiritually minded travelers, the Big Island of Hawai’i offers visitors everything they could ever hope for in a Hawaiian vacation: incredible beaches, awe-inspiring hikes, lush rainforests, thundering waterfalls, and peaceful aloha vibes all around. When it comes to finding the best boutique hotels on... Read more »
  • How to Meditate With Crystals: A Beginner’s Guide
    This post was written by Mary Ancillette, a crystal healing expert. Many people are starting to use crystals in their mediation practice. This isn’t surprising, as there are a range of benefits to meditating with crystals. For example, crystals can deepen your focus and relaxation, so you get more out... Read more »
  • My Honest Experience with Faye Travel Insurance
    Is Faye Travel Insurance worth using? With so many companies out there, how do you pick the right one? This is my first hand experience buying, filing a claim, and getting reimbursed with Faye on my most recent trip to Japan. I decided to purchase Faye for my most recent... Read more »
  • Rocky Mountain National Park: A Road Trip to Remember
    This post was written by Megan MacGregor, BMTM’s national parks expert. Imagine standing at the top of the world, surrounded by majestic snow-capped peaks that seem to stretch endlessly into the horizon. A herd of elk graze in a lush meadow across a glacial river, and nearby a waterfall cascades... Read more »

    The Planet D - Adventure Travel

  • 20 Best Things to do in Reykjavik in 2023
    Many people tend to gloss over Reykjavik using it solely as a jumping-off point for the famous Ring Road or Golden Circle. But Iceland’s capital city deserves at least a ... Continue Reading Read the original post 20 Best Things to do in Reykjavik in 2023 on The Planet D:... Read more »
  • 26 Best Things to do in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico In 2023
    Located on Mexico’s Pacific coast Puerto Vallarta is best known for its beautiful beaches, nightlife, and watersports but tourists will also find cultural things to do in Puerto Vallarta. Puerto ... Continue Reading Read the original post 26 Best Things to do in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico In 2023 on The... Read more »
  • Puerto Rican Food: 22 Traditional dishes to Try in Puerto Rico or At Home
    With a cuisine that has roots in several parts of the globe, Puerto Rico has some of the best food found in the Caribbean. Eating your way around the island ... Continue Reading Read the original post Puerto Rican Food: 22 Traditional dishes to Try in Puerto Rico or At... Read more »
  • 15 Best Castles in Scotland to Visit in 2023
    The exact amount of castles in Scotland is unknown – the general consensus being around 3,000. There are more Scottish castles than anywhere else in the British Isles. Which, considering ... Continue Reading Read the original post 15 Best Castles in Scotland to Visit in 2023 on The Planet D:... Read more »
  • Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Maui
    So you are looking for all-inclusive resorts in Maui right? Well, Maui’s all-inclusive resorts can be a little confusing. While you won’t find that all-you-can-eat-and-drink experience of the Caribbean islands ... Continue Reading Read the original post Best All-Inclusive Resorts in Maui on The Planet D: Adventure Travel Blog.... Read more »
  • Everest Base Camp Trek – Ultimate Guide For 2023
    Trekking to Everest Base Camp is different than other treks around the world. Nowhere else on earth will you experience trekking as you do in Nepal and nowhere quite compares to ... Continue Reading Read the original post Everest Base Camp Trek – Ultimate Guide For 2023 on The Planet D:... Read more »
  • 50 Best Things to do in Toronto Canada in 2023
    There are so many things to do in Toronto it can be difficult to know where to start. Being one of the most multiculturally diverse cities on the planet, there is something ... Continue Reading Read the original post 50 Best Things to do in Toronto Canada in 2023 on The Planet... Read more »

    Practical Wanderlust

  • What to Pack for Disney with a Baby & 39 Essentials for Disney with Babies
    Our first trip to Disney with a baby was, to our surprise, a complete success. Baby A had a fantastic time - and so did we! We’ve included a complete list of what to pack for Disney with an infant, with specific product recommendations. Let the magic begin!... Read more »
  • How to do Disney World with a Baby, the Ultimate Guide by a former Cast Member
    To our surprise, first Disney World with a baby experience went swimmingly. In this (massive) guide, we're sharing tips and tricks for visiting Disney with babies, including the best (and worst) parks and attractions for babies, where to stay, and a few essentials to pack.... Read more »
  • 33 Magical Things to do in Marquette, Michigan
    Picturesque lighthouses. Gushing waterfalls. Dramatic rocky cliffs overlooking the world’s largest freshwater lake. Marquette, a small city on the northern coast of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, is both an outdoor lover’s paradise and a culturally unique destination. But just because it's a small town doesn't mean there aren't plenty of things... Read more »

    Ottsworld Unique Travels

  • 22 Unique Things to Do in Denver Colorado From a Local
    Since moving here, I’ve discovered so many unique and fun things to do in Denver every day. This isn’t your normal best-of list (no AI here!); you’ll find things that aren’t listed on any other list of Denver activities. I don’t like to follow the crowd – and giving you... Read more »
  • Heritage Adventurer:  A New Era for Heritage Expeditions
    I’m going to share something with you that I probably shouldn’t admit. After years of exploring the far corners of the world and working with various companies, I have a few favorite travel companies. I suppose much like parents – a travel writer is not supposed to have their favorites,... Read more »
  • VideoHiking Packing List: Essential Hiking Gear for Any Hike
    There are many kinds of hiking – day hikes, multi-day hikes, long-distance hiking, circuit hiking, pilgrimages, hut-to-hut hikes, bushwalking, thru-hikes, and more. I’ve done and enjoyed them all. Over the years, I’ve gotten a lot of practice at packing the perfect hiking gear for the specific hike I’ve got planned.... Read more »
  • Hike the Alta Via 1 in the Dolomites with a Group
    As I started the climb up the Alta Via 1 trail from Brais Lake, my body was anxious with excitement – the kind of excitement you get when you start an epic journey. This was the beginning of a day of lots of elevation gain, I just hoped that I... Read more »
  • Take This Oregon Road Trip Filled with Adventures
    When you think of iconic American road trips, Oregon might not be the first state that comes to mind. But why not take the ‘road trip’ less traveled – ha…see what I did there? This Oregon road trip is a must for anyone looking for breathtaking scenery, small towns, and... Read more »
  • Cycling Down the Gotthard Pass: Taking the Tremola Road Less Traveled
    Is it called biking if all you do is squeeze the brake and not pedal? That’s what I kept thinking to myself the entire time as I was cycling down the Gotthard Pass on old Tremola Road in Switzerland. Granted, I still had to turn (there was lots of turning)... Read more »
  • VideoYear in Review Travel Videos
    For the last 16 years I’ve been creating holiday wrap up videos in place of sending holiday cards. This is one tradition I’ve been able to keep up since I started traveling in 2006. It’s great to have all of my year in review travel videos all in the same... Read more »



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