Restaurant With a View

As I buried my face into the piping hot crêpe, I couldn’t help but realize how much I eat when I visit Europe. After gorging on Nutella, cheese, sausage, beer, pasta, goulash, or whatever else is put in front of me as I traverse the continent every summer, my bikini body needs some work. Europe has […]

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Podcast #4 – How To Travel Without Money?

For everyone who’s ever wanted to learn how to travel full time (and more importantly debt free), this podcast is a godsend. Linda and Craig from The Indie Travel Podcast have been going strong on the road since 2006, and their show features heaps of cool interviews with experts, plus tips on how to budget on your […]

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How To Find A Cheap Hotel Room?

As much as I love hostels and other forms of cheap accommodation, there is something nice about the luxuriousness of a hotel: the clean room, comfy bed, desk, iron, strong shower, and bottled soap for the taking (errr…I mean borrowing). They are quiet, relaxing, and a respite from the world. But luxury comes at a […]

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A Journey Through Madagascar

Two years ago, I wrote about how privileged and lucky we are to be able to travel the world. No matter our circumstances, we are doing something most of the world will never get a chance to do. Most people never leave their own country, let alone their continent. Even if we’re barely scraping two pennies together […]

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Podcast #3 – An Interview With Traveler

There are some amazing overland adventures around the world like the Mongol Rally and the Rickshaw Run. Overland travel is one of my favorite ways to travel. I believe the closer you get to the ground, the more countryside you visit, the better to get to understand a place. Sadly, I’ve never done a big […]

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How to Visit Québec City on a Budget

I’ve visited Canada many times but have always missed is Québec City. I’ve only heard great things from everyone who has ever been there. Luckily, my friend Pamela is an expert on the city. She runs walking tours there and even recently published a guidebook to the city. Given that fall is supposed to be one of the […]

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Podcast #1 – Family Travel

This one’s produced by Nat Geo Traveller, so you know it’s going to be top notch. Walks of a Lifetime covers everything from the world’s best treks to city walking guides. Let the sultry tones of Rudy Maxa be your two-footed walking companion. A tasty mix of health tips and travel advice for those who don’t consider holidays […]

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