Category Archives: Interviews

A Tripping Interview- Susan Caster’s Big Sur Adventure

Susan Caster recently won a two night stay at a Tripping vacation rental as part of our “I’d Rather Be Tripping” Sweepstakes which she used to fly out to California in August and spend a weekend in Big Sur with … Continue reading

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Featured Rental Partner of the Month – Gloveler

Welcome to the second edition of “Featured Partner of the Month.” As a search engine for vacation rentals, Tripping.com prides itself on gathering the greatest selection of vacation rentals on the web so travelers (like yourself!) can find exactly what … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Hayden Lambirth: International Study Abroad

 We heard some of Hayden’s top tier Indochina recommendations in Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam. Now Hayden pulls back the curtain and tells us his own story about travel and  international study abroad.  1) When you went to school at San … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Eric B. Mahinay: Culture Shock

Eric B. Mahinay is our Tripper of the Week. Originally from the Philippines, he has been moving around for awhile, backpacking and teaching in various places such as Thailand and Poland. He shares his experiences living with different cultures, both the best … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Jack Day: Active Travel

Tripper of the Week Jack Day has cycled across the US from San Francisco to Times Square. He is on the last leg of his 7,000 mile journey going South to North. Oh, and did I mention he is 70 … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Stephen Richardson: I’d Rather Be Tripping

Stephen Richardson is the Tripper of the Week! Traveling around the world with his wife of 24 years, he creates wild  memories and collects t-shirts everywhere they go. Get to know this awesome Tripper and maybe start a t-shirt collection … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Natalie de Boursac: World Travel You Can’t Describe in Words

Tripper of the Week, Natalie de Boursac started her international experience early growing up in Singapore. She has tripped to all 7 continents but isn’t going to stop at 50 countries! Read her world travel story and recommendations and let … Continue reading

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Interview with Travel Blogger Kellie of Destination Unknown

The following is an interview with travel blogger Kellie Netherwood from Destination Unknown. Having traveled to over 50 countries, she photographs the amazing sights, places and people she has seen. Through her stories and photos, she inspires others to make the … Continue reading

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Tripper of the Week Marie-Pierre Boileau: Family Travel

The following is an interview with our wonderful Tripper of the Week, Marie-Pierre Boileau, who tells us her favorite parts about traveling and how you can continue your adventures family travel style.  You and your husband, Laurent, have both lived in many … 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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