Monthly Archives: March 2013

Teguise – a piece of Luxury in Lanzarote

With it´s average of 3000 hours of sunshine a year, and daily temperatures of around 22 degrees, Lanzarote is the perfect choice for a relaxing break, and there´s plenty of luxury to find on this least commercial and built up … Continue reading

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Stag do spots : do it the 2013 way

The following is a guest post via Girls may not have that much difficulty on picking a place for their hen parties since they’re usually creative, flexible, and everything. But when talking about stag parties for men, it calls … Continue reading

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An Interview with Top Travel Blogger Shannon O’Donnell

The following is an interview with Top Travel Blogger  Shannon O’Donnell of the top Fearless Female travel blog A Little Adrift.  Did you dream of traveling the world since you were a little girl? Funny enough, no. At least not … Continue reading

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Tripping at Carnival: Lucerne’s Fasnacht Celebration

The following is a guest post by avid traveler and writer Laura Miller. My friend Kinga, a Hungarian expatriate living in Lucerne, muses that the Swiss are as controlled and perfectionistic as they are because Switzerland “sits atop the contained … Continue reading

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World’s Longest Tree Top Walk

Located in the Bavarian Forest National Park in Germany, tree-top walk (Baumwipfelpfad) is “the world’s longest tree top walk.” It’s 4,265 feet or 1300 m long and rises 82 feet or 25 meters high, above the tree tops. It ends … Continue reading

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Finding the Cheapest Flights: Google Flight Search vs KAYAK

The following is a comparison of Google Flight Search vs KAYAK by our blog editor, Anis Salvesen. Google Flight Search recently made a splash by rolling out Flight Search in Europe. There had been some controversy surrounding Flight Search, over … Continue reading

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A Photo Guide to Copenhagen

Tired of guided tours? Want to have the local experience in a foreign city? Well, a photo guide to the city is what you need. Recently I went on a three-month trip through Europe where I retraced my grandfather’s photos … Continue reading

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Bouncy Bridge Across the River Seine

Last fall, as part of “A Bridge in Paris” competition, the Parisian architecture firm of Atelier Zündel Cristea  proposed a series of three giant inflatable trampolines 98 feet (30m) in diameter spanning the river Seine. The bouncy, floating platforms would … Continue reading

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About St. Patrick’s Day

Every year on March 17th, many of us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.  Chicago dyes their river green, NYC hosts a parade that draws almost 2 million spectators, and on the Caribbean island of Montserrat it’s an official holiday.  We’re all … Continue reading

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The Most Interesting Photo Project in the World: An Interview with Dayna Barringer of The Flip Slide

Dayna Barringer is currently in Southeast Asia working on the most interesting photo project in the world – The Flip Slide.  She’s retracing her grandfather’s travels around the world and taking photos of the same places, from the same angle, … Continue reading

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