Tag Archives: Culture

Exciting Adventure Tour to Enthralling India

This post was written by Katherine Wilson, guest blogger. With an enormous population crossing the mark of billions, diverse landscapes from imposing mountains to gold frittered fascinating beaches, and a winsome assortment of flora and fauna, the spellbinding terrain of India … Continue reading

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Four Charming New Orleans Rentals to Check Out

The vibrant city of New Orleans is renowned for its rich culture and history, its fabulous music scene, and of course, its annual celebrations and festivals. With Mardi Gras just around the corner, Tripping is here to help you plan your trip to … Continue reading

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Char Dham Yatra With Valley Of Flowers: An Ideal Blend Of Adventure With Spirituality!

This is a guest post written by Udit Chaudhary. “Char Dham Yatra with the valley of flowers proliferates spirituality amidst the aroma of exotic flowers and this unexcelled communion procreates the utter devout bliss in the lives of the pilgrims … 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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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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Top 10 Things to See and Do in Seoul

Julia “bassenyourseatbelt” Bass is a native New Yorker living, writing, and teaching in Korea. She is a collector of collections—although some might call this hoarding, she calls it sentimentalizing. Coffee mugs, postcards, and scarves from around the world decorate her … 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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April Fools Day, a Worldwide Celebration

April Fools Day is celebrated yearly all around the world on April first.  It is a day of freedom to flout the status quo, maybe play a few pranks and even dress up in costume.  There are various theories on … Continue reading

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The Monday Night Fights: Las Luchas in Puebla

It’s 10 o’clock on a Monday night, and we’re sitting on concrete bleachers inside the Puebla Arena. Through a chain-link barrier that prevents spectators from hurling objects into the ring, we watch in awe as a muscly, shirtless wrestler leaps over the … Continue reading

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Irish Hand Dancing

We’re not sure if this Irish Hand Dancing video will give you a better understanding of Irish culture, but it’s kinda cool, pretty weird and worth a look:  

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