Monthly Archives: May 2011

Tripper of the Week: Rease Kirchner

Rease Kirchner, a bilingual American expat and travel writer living in Buenos Aires is our Tripper of the Week.  She loves traveling and gaining and sharing knowledge of local cultures and customs.  Here she gives us a glimpse into the … Continue reading

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World Wide Wed: Is Mexico a Safe Summer Destination?

Mexico – land of delicious food, friendly people and beautiful beaches. But is Mexico a safe place to travel this summer? After all, in March of this year, the Texas Department of Public Safety issued a warning “urging Spring Breakers … Continue reading

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Top 5 Things to Do on a Sunday in Málaga

Amy Dell, an American living on Spain’s Costa del Sol and teaching English at a local school gives us the inside scoop on what to do on a relaxing Málaga Sunday. Spain is a very traditional, family oriented culture, and … Continue reading

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Must-See Monday: John Lennon Wall, Prague

Tripper Kim Knott, a Malaga-based American expat teaching and pursuing her passion for travel around Europe shares the colorful images of one of historic Prague’s more modern additions:  the John Lennon Wall. Prague is one of my favorite cities.  Everything … Continue reading

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With Love From Tripping: The Way to Work (East Coast Team)

Tripping’s West Coast team gave us a peek at their 12-minute commute to the office not long ago.  Now the East Coast team gives us the inside scoop on their trip to work. Wowee-zowee, West Coast – 12 minutes and … Continue reading

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Cinco de Mayo: A New Look at a 150-year Tradition

If each holiday celebrated in the U.S. were made into a t.v. show, Cinco de Mayo would be the telenovela – the soap opera.  It has a crazy cast of characters, far-fetched scenarios and multiple plot twists.   Join us as … Continue reading

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Do It While You’re Young: An Interview with the Founders

We can’t get enough of these two amazing young globetrotters who between them have covered more than sixty countries:  KristinaWegscheider and Jerri Stephenson, founders of Do It While You’re Young – a leading website for young women ages 15-35 interested … Continue reading

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Travel Tuesday: Top 5 Things Not to Miss in Oslo

Norwegian Tripper Kristian Salvesen shares with us his 5 favorite attractions in Oslo, Norway. 1)  The Vigeland Park:  A common reaction from others when they find out where I am from is as follows:    “You from Norway?  I’ve been … Continue reading

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Must-See Monday: White Sands National Monument

Trippers Christy and Kali,  are currently nomads traveling around the U.S.  but are preparing to take their technomadic lifestyle abroad.  Here they share with us some amazing photos from White Sands National Monument.  Enjoy the magical scenery from the comfort … Continue reading

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