WHAT MOST PEOPLE don’t realize is that Patagonia encompasses more than Subantarctic wilds like the iconic Torres del Paine National Park.
Photo: Jerald Guillermo 1. You use Facebook to keep up with Manila’s gangs. There’s the budol-budol gang where they hypnotize or sweet-talk their victims into giving them their valuables.
Photo: Gary Bembridge In James Kwak’s “Don’t Fall for First Class,” he reveals what uber-luxurious airlines experiences, like the $23,000 Singapore Airlines’ Suites Class, is actually selling: Status.
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Photo: Juan Nosé 1. La Vega La Vega Central. Photo: Damien Moureaux Nowhere in Santiago feels more South American than La Vega.
Photo: Aaron Jacobs 1. “How’s your father,” “Rumpy pumpy,” “Good rogering” Meaning: To have sex, sexual relations, get “your groove on.” 2.
Photo: Bernard Walker 1. “The minimum amount of funds required will be more than enough.” Wrong! The recommendation of $2500 dollars will be lucky to get you through three months if you don’t have a job on arrival.
Snowboarder Danny Davis at Stevens Pass, 2014. Photo: Dean Blotto Gray, via Burton Outdoor adventurer and Matador Ambassador Tucker Patton shares his packing list for staying safe, comfortable, and stoked on any winter mission.
Photo: swilk0 1. Snack out of our fruit tray. 2. Rip your cocktail napkin up into tiny bits of confetti.
Photo: torbakhopperHEDEAD 1. The Dallas Cowboys Walk the streets of Philadelphia for an hour asking people what Philadelphians hates the most, and 9 out of 10 people you meet will immediately blurt out, “THE COWBOYS!
Photo: David Urbanke 1. You’re from New York? Say caw-fee. I’ve gotten this one a lot. In fact, one of my closest friends from abroad used to tell people, “I have this friend named Alex from New York, and she says “caw-fee.” Many people love to hear a New York accent, and just as many love to try and mimic it (mostly with little success).
Photo: Christoph Leung 1. You now consider Fanny to be a perfectly normal first name. It threw you the first hundred times, but you don’t even bat an eyelid now.
Photo: Javier Andres Castro Flores 1. You use the diminutive form of every word. Upon arriving in Chile and hearing Chileans speak for the first time, you might come to the conclusion that everything in Chile is tiny.
Photo of the Mustard Museum by Sandor Weisz SO YOU’VE BEEN to the Louvre and the Guggenheim and the MET.
As a photographer, I love discovering places that are less well-known and off your typical tourist radar.
Derweze, the Door to Hell. Photo: NMK Photography EARTH IS A MIGHTY BIG PLACE, and if you’re willing to strap on some snowshoes or trek through barren deserts there’s a whole lot of strangeness left out there.
Photo: Siim Teller A lot of people seem to think that you can’t travel with your kids. Believe me, they are missing out.
Do you feel it? You know, the unmistakable feeling in the air that massive powder days are near? Winter’s arrived and the snow is falling in places like Colorado, Tahoe, the Tetons, and, of course, Stevens Pass, Washington where this sick episode of “Nipple Deep” was shot.
Take a look at the elephant in the photo below. His name is Igor (as named at birth by Cynthia Moss of Amboseli Elephant Research).
Photo: Nick Russill 1. Losing our jobs to the Danish Since 1814, when Danish people colonized in Nuuk, they have been moving up here.