Monthly Archives: August 2011

4 Must-Visit Spots in The Hague

While most tourists flock in throngs to the Netherlands for the sights and spectacles of Amsterdam, the Hague (or Den Haag as the Dutch know it) remains a less-traveled gem, save for the academics and law enthusiasts from all around … Continue reading

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Tripping.com Site: New Header and Search Bar

Our tech team just released a new search bar, so it’s easier than ever to connect with Trippers around the world. Without further ado – here’s our new header and search bar! Check it out.  By searching for the letter … Continue reading

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Visit to a Seaside Temple: Haedong Yonggungsa in Busan, South Korea

Few temples have as stunning a location as the seaside Haedong Yonggungsa in Busan, South Korea. I visited on a scorching summer day and was lucky enough to avoid the massive crowds that typically flock to this destination. I was … Continue reading

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2 Continents, 2 Cool Events

What do San Francisco and Barcelona have in common?   Each city will be the setting for one of the season’s most talked-about events in September – Tripping parties! Are you a local or visiting San Francisco on Tuesday, September 13th?  … Continue reading

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Aix-en-Provence: Tips from a Local Expat

Aix-en-Provence is a beautiful city-commune in the South of France – and my new hometown.  Here are some tips for Tripping in Aix. What to do: Atelier Cézanne – Cézanne used to work here! Atelier Cézanne is a museum in … Continue reading

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Our Fabulous Facebook Fans: stardate 82011.1

We have the most amazing Facebook community! Here is our first favorite Facebook posts collection showcasing the fun stories shared by our fans. TWO TRIPPERS MEET RANDOMLY IN THE CENTER OF THE UNIVERSE (SEATTLE) A TALENTED TRIPPER COMPOSES A UKULELE … Continue reading

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Calling All Food, Art & Culture Fans (Slideluck Potshow)

Once upon a time in a tiny backyard in Seattle, photographer Casey Kelbaugh hosted about 50 talented artists and friends for the first ever Slideluck Potshow.   That was in summer 2000.  Since then “Slidelucks” have become an international phenomenon, and … Continue reading

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My Life as an International Socialite (Why I Love Hosting Trippers)

Hosting Trippers rocks my world.   In my world of addictions there’s discovering new restaurants, food trucks and forms of chocolate, traveling, hiking – and hosting Trippers.  Here’s why…   It’s Fun. You get to go to all the places that … 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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AIESEC US Network on Tripping

AIESEC, the world’s largest student-run organization, offers young people all over the globe the opportunity to change the world – to learn the skills and gain the experience to be truly global citizens.   It has a presence in more than … Continue reading

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