Monthly Archives: June 2013

Water Villa at the Elements

Nestled among the trees of the rainforest on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, the Balinese-style villa known as the Water Villa at the Elements is one of the most stunning villas in Central America. It offers lucky visitors … Continue reading

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How to Protect Your Home as a Vacation Rental

Once you have decided that you’d like to turn your own home into a vacation rental, what do you do next? When you think about it, using your home as a vacation rental is kind of a no-brainer. Not only … Continue reading

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Things to Do in San Sebastian

San Sebastian, known by locals as Donostia, is one of the top destinations in Spain for its character as a city on the beach. One of the major cities in Basque country, it is a cultural capitol full of historic … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Ryan C. Haynes: World Travel Explorations

Ryan C. Haynes has visited 28 countries and is adding even more to the list… 1. In what part of the world did you grow up? I grew up in Poole, Dorset, in the south of England, known as the … Continue reading

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Poblenou: the “Newest” Town in Barcelona

The following is a guest post from Ricardo Gisbert, an Editor of Barcelona N’ Do. He shares the inside look on Poblenou, Barcelona.  Barcelona is a city with a strong, unique personality. Each neighborhood has a unique image; however, there’s currently … Continue reading

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Beyond the Music: 5 Top Cultural Summer Festivals

While international music festivals are exciting and many, here are 5 summer festivals that yes, include music, but also showcase the cultural diversity of their respective countries. From fireworks to dance shows, these festivals are for the adventurous who want … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Amber Hoffman: “Spend your time how you want to”

Amber Hoffman is a Tripper from Chicago. Though, you won’t find her there now–she’s on the road adventuring. You can follow her travels in detail on her blog www.WithHusbandInTow.com. 1) You left the 9 to 5 life behind in July 2012 … Continue reading

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Home exchange: travel and live like a local with Knok

Home exchange reflects the current shift towards collaborative usage over ownership of possessions. It is a trend in travel that is increasing in popularity every year. Accommodation costs are the single largest expense of any vacation. Having that in mind, … Continue reading

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An Interview with Travel Blogger Ayngelina Brogan of Bacon is Magic

Ayngelina Brogan is a Canadian travel blogger and frequent solo traveler who left it all behind to find inspiration in Latin America.  Today she’s the South America Guide for About.com. and runs the popular blog Bacon is Magic, through which she inspires … Continue reading

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5 Must-See Destinations In India

The following is a guest post from Indian Tripper Anuja M. She shares her favorite spots on her India travel expeditions.  Agra The city of Agra located in the central Indian state of Uttar Pradesh is best known for being the home … Continue reading

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