Monthly Archives: May 2012

Trippers of the Week: George and Lisa Rajna

George and Lisa Rajna spent 11 months wandering SouthEast Asia, from Indonesia to Mongolia where they fell in love and got engaged.  Now married and living in L.A., they are our Trippers of the Week. Tell us a little bit … Continue reading

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7 Ways for a Gal to Make French Pals

This is a guest post by  Kelly Hansen. If you are planning on moving to France, immediately finding lots of French friends and speaking French as soon as you arrive…think again. It is actually rather difficult to become integrated into … Continue reading

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Tripping’s Top 5 Favorite Blog Posts of the Week

1. The Travel Channel’s Road Trip Guide From Spain to the Pacific Coast, The Travel Channel has informational articles on all of the must-see stops on your road trip across jaw-dropping scenery around the world.

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Tripper of the Week: Stefan Oswald – pilot, magician and card player

He’s been to 105 cities, performed magic tricks around Europe and won thousands of dollars at cards, from Vegas to Monte Carlo.  Meet Stefan Oswald, our Tripper of the Week….. Tell us a bit about your background. My real name … Continue reading

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Let’s Go Latvian Folk Dancing!

With a name like Lija, I frequently get asked how to pronounce it; where is it from, and blank stares usually follow when I say Latvian.   When I was little, I always tried to avoid the explanation, but after over … Continue reading

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7 Top Reasons to Visit Korea

The following is a guest post by Nathan Anderson, an expat and blogger in South Korea. Here are his 7 top reasons to visit Korea. Korean food! It doesn’t matter if you go for galbi, dakgalbi, haejang guk, kimchi jjigae, … Continue reading

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iStopOver: Your Source for Short Term Travel Rentals

iStopOver is an event-based accommodation leader, providing hotel alternatives during large-scale events.  Like Tripping, they believe that places are best experienced like a local. Here, for example, are some of the world’s premier events  for which travelers can turn to … Continue reading

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8 Must See Seattle Attractions

Seattle has always been a popular destination for travelers. There’s something here for everyone, whether it’s the music and art scene or the beautiful, natural scenery of the area. A visitor would be hard pressed to see everything this city … Continue reading

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Unique Places to Stay in 5 Top LGBT Summer Destinations

Dreaming of warm weather travel?  Here are 5 top LGBT summer destinations and some unique spaces where you can stay. Provincetown, MA Whether you’re headed to Carnival in August or just headed to P-town to enjoy the beaches, you can … Continue reading

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Tripping Musicians – an Interview with Grahame Lesh

To say Grahame Lesh is passionate about music would be an understatement. He’s the guitarist in a San Francisco-based rock band (Maiden Lane), performs acoustic solos and plays in bands at his dad Phil’s venue, Terrapin Crossroads.  We’re excited to … Continue reading

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