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Top Off-Peak Destinations for Spring Travel 2013

Destinations that are hot for winter travel and popular in summer offer travelers a magical window of time where they can beat the crowds, enjoy lower prices and still have lovely weather – the spring shoulder season.  Here are our … Continue reading

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Food Adventures from Intrepid Travel – a Foodie Traveler’s Dream Come True

If you love food and travel, then you’ll be excited to learn about Intrepid Travel’s new Food Adventures.   Whether you’re looking to sample the real local cuisine or to immerse yourself in a more in-depth exploration of the region’s … Continue reading

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Must-See: Top Travel Destinations Around the World in 2013

What are the top destinations for 2013? We combined the data from searches on Tripping with the top travel destination picks from National Geographic, Travel Channel, Lonely Planet, Budget Travel, The New York Times,  Conde Nast Traveller, and Fly.com to … Continue reading

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10 Places to See Before the End of the World on December 21, 2012

Based on the Mayan calendar, some believe the world will end on December 21, 2012.  Will it happen?  Well, just in case, here are some places you’ll want to consider visiting before the end of days. And if the world … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week: Talia K, an American Expat in Sweden

Talia K is an American expat living in Stockholm, Sweden.  An avid traveler who’s been to over 30 countries, Talia is our Tripper of the Week. Tell us a bit about yourself. My name is Talia and I grew up … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week: Tina Rozul

Tina Rozul is a passionate, self-confessed travel addict based in Seattle, Washington.  She’s traveled to nearly 30 countries, 6 continents – and counting.  Meet Tina, our Tripper of the Week….

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Tripper of the Week: Jenny M. Buccos

Jenny M. Buccos, Director, Producer, and Founder of ProjectExplorer.org, a multi-award winning online travel series for young adults and families is our Tripper of the Week. To date, Jenny has directed and produced more than 250 short films for students … Continue reading

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7 Questions for Top Travel Writer Debbie Dubrow of DeliciousBaby

Debbie Dubrow, the writer behind the popular travel blog, DeliciousBaby shares with us some insights and top tips on traveling with kids.  She also tells us about the very successful annual travel bloggers’ fundraiser she co-organizes, Passports with Purpose and … Continue reading

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Some Tips for Staying in Touch

While some of us travel to escape the constant communication of the modern world, many of us still feel the need to keep in touch with friends, family and loved ones while we travel into distant lands. The traditional modes … Continue reading

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So Much More than a Free Bed

When I tell friends about the concept of hospitality exchange, their usual reaction is, “So… you mean your accommodation is free?” “Yes,” I sigh, “but there’s so much more to it.” Yes, you get a place to sleep. You also … Continue reading

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