Monthly Archives: May 2011

5 Things To Do in Kilkenny City, Ireland

Tripper Maya Hanley shares her five favorite things to do in Kilkenny City, Ireland. Kilkenny is well known nowadays for its great entertainment, comedy festivals like The Cat Laughs, music festivals, beautiful vista, pubs and great shopping. As well as … Continue reading

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The Time My Co-Workers Stole My Bike and Sold It

In most offices, a lunch break means it’s time to eat.  Our office is a little different.  At Tripping (at least on this day) we like to play pranks on our co-founder Nate. We thought the prank hilarious.  Nate did … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week: Erin Parker

Meet Tripper Erin Parker – an undergraduate student at Stanford University, espresso enthusiast and avid long distance runner.  Raised on two different continents, Erin is an avid traveler and this week’s Tripper of the Week. Share with us a little … Continue reading

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7 Questions for Top Travel Writers Caz & Craig of yTravelBlog

  Meet Caz and Craig, a pair of Australians who have been traveling and living around the world since 1997.  They are the adventurous couple who through their popular travel site, yTravelBlog inspire others to “see the beauty they hold … Continue reading

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Must-See: El Morro Fort – San Juan, Puerto Rico

The imposing stone walls rose up before me, a sprawling giants beside the sea.  But what caught my gaze was the expanse of grass rolling down from it, dotted with dozens of locals flying their kites on the ocean breeze. … Continue reading

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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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Five Favorite Things: Trier, Germany

Katie Aune, author of the blog Katie Going Global shares 5 tips on what to see in Trier, Germany. Never heard of Trier?  You probably are not alone. I have to admit, I wasn’t too familiar with it myself (if … Continue reading

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17. Mai – National Day of Norway

May 17th (syttende mai) is the Norwegian National Day – the second-biggest holiday in Norway after Christmas.  Norwegians of all ages, from the smallest children to the oldest family members take part in the celebrations – rain or shine.  To … Continue reading

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Must-See: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Tripper Erin Parker,currently a student at Stanford University, shares with us photos from Cabo San Lucas in Baja California, Mexico.  A well-known destination to those who live in California, Baja California is the less well-known-internationally portion of the former Spanish … Continue reading

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Interview with a Tripping Host – Antonio from Mexico

Antonio was born in Colima, Mexico, in the foothills of one the ten most active volcanos in the world. At eleven years old, Antonio and his family immigrated to the U.S. and became migrant farm workers. Thanks to teachers and … Continue reading

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