Monthly Archives: November 2010

Wheat + Meat. A Delicious Middle Eastern Breakfast.

This is a guest post written by Amir Azari of Foomies, a new online community that brings people together for home-cooked meals. We love what they’re building and we asked Amir to tell us about one of his favorite foods: … Continue reading

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Trippers on the Road: Postcards from America’s East Coast

It makes our day when we receive postcards from Trippers, such as the ones written by travelers in Alaska, Norway, Greece, the Berkshire Mountains, and Australia. Today’s mail included postcards from Tina who has been enjoying her time on the … Continue reading

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Video Validation – New Safety Feature!

A few weeks ago, we were sitting around talking about how we can make Tripping even safer for our members. Since most of you are meeting each other in real life, we know that keeping our community safe is a … Continue reading

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International Education Week

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” – Nelson Mandela We just finished the 11th Annual International Education Week (IEW), an initiative spearheaded by the US Departments of State and Education. Hundreds of … Continue reading

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Meet Maria: Tripping Host, San Francisco Native & the World’s Oldest Social Networker

One of our favorite Tripping Hosts is Maria, a spry San Franciscan who – at 103 years old – might just be the world’s oldest social networker. When Maria was born, San Francisco was still recovering from the 1906 Earthquake. … Continue reading

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Roadjunky’s Sahara Retreat

Here at Tripping HQ we love talking travel.  From our perspective, you can never engage in too much cultural exchange and we are always up for meeting new friends on the road.  What better way to do that then a … Continue reading

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Living Abroad Broadens Your Mind & Your Resume

It’s long been known that traveling and living abroad have profound and lasting effects on the way we view the world and interact with others, but how do we communicate our time abroad as meaningful experiences in the “real-world?” The … Continue reading

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