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Knock it off Your Bucket List – Cairns, Australia

Introducing our newest contributor, Lauren, whose love for travel began in high school. Learn more about Lauren here. Australia and New Zealand have been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. I’ve always had it planned… Continue Reading →

A ‘Wanderful’ Way for Women to Travel Solo

There is a misconception that solo travel is mostly for men or 20-somethings, but middle-aged women are avid solo travelers too. In fact, according to Beth Santos, CEO and founder of Wanderful, a travel and home sharing network for women, the average… Continue Reading →

News from Around the Web Vol. 11

More Millennial’s are creating “bleisure” trips, mixing business travel with leisure travel. 60% of Millennial’s agree that adding vacation time to part of their business trip is a benefit as it makes them see things in a “bigger picture.” Read… Continue Reading →

Abruzzo, Italy’s Diamond in the Rough

As beautiful as Rome is, after a while we longed for the off-the-beaten-path experience that my husband and I typically enjoy. So, we booked a rental car and headed 50 miles east of Rome for Abruzzo. There were many things we… Continue Reading →

Amo L’Italia

One of the top 25 travel destinations in the world according to Trip Advisor, Italy has been on my travel list for years. Although I still have a lot more to see of the country, last year I finally had a chance to… Continue Reading →

My Happy Place: Denmark

What is the secret to being happy? Turns out the Danes know. The nation was once again named the happiest place by the UN’s World Happiness Report 2016 Update. And, it has apparently topped the table three out of the… Continue Reading →

Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable: Lessons From Japan

If you’re Indian by birth, Middle Eastern by culture, and Western by way of education, the chances of continuing your nomadic lifestyle are pretty high, especially if you’re my sister. That’s right, like me, Nisha has lived in more than… Continue Reading →

Fireplaces, Frames and Famous Poets: Middlebury, Vermont

Home to Middlebury College and the Sheldon Museum, Middlebury, VT, is a historic part of New England that shouldn’t be missed. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, or just to be inspired, it won’t disappoint. I usually stay at… Continue Reading →

Pondicherry – India’s French Riviera

It all started with Life of Pi, a movie about an Indian boy that survives 227 days out at sea, on a boat, with a Bengal tiger. Many of the scenes in the movie were shot in Pondicherry, an Indian… Continue Reading →

News from Around the Web Vol. 10

A smart travel lock, AirBolt, designed with Bluetooth connectivity has launched that allows keyless access by pairing with your smartphone. AirBolt is said to be TSA compliant and has a backup button code in case the Bluetooth device runs out… Continue Reading →

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