1. Ceking Rice Terrace Ceking Rice Terrace Tegallalang, Indonesia A vibrantly-green, polished rice terrace close to Ubud.
NOT ONLY THE AVENGERS GET TOGETHER to promote the act of voting and Hillary Clinton. Iconic latino celebrities are making their contributions too.
When booking my trip to West Virginia, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Adventures on the Gorge has world class rapids, a tree-top zip line canopy tour, and rock climbing, amongst other outdoor activities.
Photo: Grand Rapids Community College. This may seriously make you rethink your law degree you never really wanted to get anyway.
Una foto publicada por Taos Mesa Brewing (@taosmesabrewing) el 10 de Ene de 2016 a la(s) 6:15 PST 1. When you ask for a bottle opener, you’re handed a lighter.
Photo: Tudre Bolivia’s “Death Road” usually gets all the attention, but there’s a road in France that can definitely give it a run for it’s money when it comes to sketchy drives.
OVERBOOKED: THE EXPLODING BUSINESS OF TRAVEL AND TOURISM is one of the most eye-opening non-fiction books I’ve read in years.
Photo: Armand 1. Choosing to live in a beautiful, laid-back place means dealing with the job market of a small town.
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Explore the many sides, senses, and subcultures of Seattle. In “Culture Trippers,” a Matador original series, you’ll see Seattle’s take on dance, street food, craft drinks, and boating through the eyes of a local and a visitor who share the same passion.
Photo: Johnny Silvercloud Racial justice is about making sure people of all races are treated equally everywhere.
Photo: Johnny Silvercloud 1. You learned Tennessean respect. It doesn’t matter if you’re a boy or a girl, you better hold the door open for the person coming in after you.
1. The Vegan Nom Una foto publicada por The Vegan Nom (@thevegannom) el 7 de Sep de 2016 a la(s) 4:39 PDT Tacos are Texas.
Join Subaru and the National Parks Conservation Association in their sustainability initiative to encourage national park visitors to pack-in and pack-out recyclables, employ reusable containers for food and drink, opt for online brochures and maps, and to otherwise leave the rubbish at home.
Luke Elijah Lim It was the middle of the night, and I couldn’t see more than two feet in front of me as white cake-like dust swirled around my face, clogging my nose and stinging the back of my throat.
Whether this is your starting point or ending point, the view over Vancouver from Eagle Bluffs gives you an idea of the scale of this trip.
Photo: Kid Clutch 1. “They’re all criminals.” This is one of the most dangerous generalizations that we can make about homeless populations because it prevents non-profit organizations and the general public from feeling sympathy towards this demographic.
Photo: Ms. Phoenix 1. Finding new family members in line at Kroger. Meeting new friends at bars means always having someone to throw back shots of whiskey with.
THERE’S NOTHING BETTER THAN A ROOM with a view. And if you want a really, really great view — one that doesn’t look out on a brick wall — you’ve got to book a really tall hotel.
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