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Best less traveled New Zealand “Tramping” routes

By Dan Thompson There is something magic about being alone on the road, exploring faraway horizons and walking the paths less travelled. New Zealand is a famous hiking, or as the locals call it – “tramping” destinations. Its rich and variable environments offer all flavours of adventures. Despite its active...

How To Get Started Running When Travelling

By Nick Soros  Running is one of the most popular activities the people do to keep fit and it has many different health benefits. Running while you are traveling is a great way to explore all the new places that you will be visiting as you will see things along the way that you might not have otherwise...

Get Fell Running Fit Infographic

It is March and weather is improving around the country. At least we hope it is for most of you. In Arizona, it is nice all of the time. But now is a great time for being outside. Get Fell Running Fit Infographic was sent to me and I felt it was something to share with out readers. There is so much to know...

Top 5 Ideal Fishing Places for Your Peaceful Mind

  By Lucas Bryant (Perfect Destinations for Any Fishers in the World) If you are keen on going fishing with your family and your friends for relaxation, please come to my blog and read this article about top 5 ideal fishing places for further information. Introduction Have you ever spent your spare time on...

National Absinthe Day

I am back from Mexico just in time to celebrate this unique day at a favorite watering hole on  in charming Claremont, California. The last time I indulged in the memorable green fairy was with Maralyn Hill. We were at a tiny bar on top of a very steep hill in Lyon, France, on a cold January Day. We somehow...

Discovering Vietnam through Wine Tours

By Ian Pearson Although Vietnam is known for many things its nascent wine industry has been making news and intriguing visitors for the last few years. Historically, Vietnam has had difficulties making grape-based wine due to climate and geographical factors, but assistance from Australian vintners in the...

Sojourn in Santa Cruz

By: Sandra Givens When I long for the smell of the sea and the sound of the eternal waves breaking on the shore, I head to Santa Cruz.  It’s a quick flight from Phoenix and a short drive over the hill from San Jose to immerse yourself in a totally different environment. You can go from our dry desert...

Top Places in Dubai to Visit

By Ibad Rehman Dubai is regarded as one of the most fascinating and exciting tourist spot in the world. The city of shopping malls and high-rises has transformed into one of the most glamorous destinations with a number of world-class attractions. The city is famous of many cultural highlights and modern...

Top 8 Sailing Locations for 2017

By Diana Smith There is no denying that, with the invention of the airplane, the world became much smaller and traveling became much faster. Faster, however, doesn’t necessarily mean better or more fun. There are still a lot of people who prefer the wind in their hair and the sharp smell of the sea salt in...

Trips and Travels With The Best Gadgets

When planning for a long awaited getaway, some things have to be on your list, since you cannot take everything with you anyway. However, whether you are flying abroad, or taking a trip to a remote interior somewhere within the country, some things may not seem so helpful, but they can make a big difference...

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