We've been on traveling around the world for six months now but that doesn't mean we don't occasionally make stupid mistakes. Here are our top ten travel mistakes from both this journey and earlier trips:
1) Always check your wallet ~ Three days before we left Philadelphia for our global adventure Michael realized his credit cards, debit card and driver's license were missing from his wallet. He upended everything in the house to find them. After an hour of turning the house…Continue
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An ultimate guide to crossing the border from India to Pakistan,Bangladesh,Nepal,Bhutan and Burma.And oh yes, by the road!
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If you don't want to get tossed out of a pub in Ireland then don’t order a Black and Tan. I wish I had read that before our trip there last year. Unfortunately I learned this lesson, as I so often do, the hard way.
What is a Black and Tan? In America it's a popular drink poured with equal parts dark Guinness and lighter colored Harp beers. Since the two liquids have…Continue
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" Most of my photos are grounded in people. I look for the unguarded moment, the essential soul peeking out, experience etched on a person's face. I try to convey what it is like to be that person."
By Eva Sandoval
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You can’t visit Stockholm without enjoying a fika – a supposedly untranslatable word that is ‘back slang’ for the old Swedish word for coffee, kaffi. Back slang is when the syllables of a word are reversed, in case you were wondering. Nowadays it can be both a noun and a verb and refers to the…Continue
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The ultimate use for your frequent flyer points?
The fourth part in our series on getting the most out of airline frequent flyer scheme covers the essential concepts you need to understand. You may have read the leaflet about a programme…Continue
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Last week’s entry on my favorite English foods was missing a very important dish: a big, hot platter of fish and chips. Most towns have a little fish and chips takeaway, but I grew up on the New England Seacoast and my standard for fried seafood served seaside is rather high. Not just any bit of battered haddock would do. Fortunately, on a recent trip to…Continue
Want to be invited to the next Travel Massive event in Vienna?? Contact me!
When we started announcing the event a few weeks ago people where…Continue
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Read the full piece with all the travel tips on the tripwolf blog
Usually, when I visit my family in Guatemala City, the first thing everyone asks is When do…Continue
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I travel with my eyes, Watching those silently cry,
Asking themselves the question why, Someone left them without saying goodbye;
I travel with my thoughts, I travel with my pen;
To write about children, women and men;
I travel with my voice, I travel with my hope,
That something new, would spring into my horoscope,
Whether in Asia, America or Europe,
There'll always be something interesting to scope;
I travel to many different places,…Continue
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It is possible to not just survive, but to thrive on a family trip to Europe. Here's how!
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Consonno is a little strange italian village :
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