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Black Ink and Red Wine: An Evening with Vo Trinh Bien


By Thomas Page Vo Trinh Bien is a busy man, as well he might be. Half artist, half restaurateur, the mixture of business and bohemian lifestyles shouldn’t work, and yet for him it does.

Eco Friendly Hostels from Around the World


Eco Key Chain via Shutterstock By Diana Smith When it came to finding a good hostel, it used to be that travelers were lucky if they could land in one that provided a warm shower.

Exploring Olive Oil Culture In Tuscany


The Tuscan countryside. Photo courtesy of Jessica Festa. By Epicure & Culture Olive oil is a super ingredient with the ability to enhance the flavors of a dish while also adding antioxidants and heart-healthy benefits.

Links That Make Us Think – 8/20/14


A roundup of meaningful, insightful and fascinating stories from around the globe: The 10 most visited countries in the world  THRILLIST | TUE, AUG 19 Kenya’s Growing Ketamine Problem  VICE TRAVEL | MON, AUG 18 How Do You Compete With a Flying Toilet?

Standing Behind Women Farmers


Women in harvest photo via Shutterstock This post comes courtesy of Danielle Nierenberg of Food Tank: The Food Think Tank Women are the backbone of farming.

See Why a Tech-Free Vacation is One of the Most Important Things You Can Do For Yourself


INFOGRAPHIC: TAKE A TECH FREE VACATION [Infographic] by the team at Modis Feature photo Red Rocks Sedona via Shutterstock   See Why a Tech-Free Vacation is One of the Most Important Things You Can Do For Yourself

The Most Incredible Places to Picnic the World Over


Picnic on beach photo via Shutterstock By Meghan Black Picnic—just the word alone is joyfully buoyant, a bounce of syllables that signifies savoring the moment.

Generation Rent: Why Many Millennials are Choosing a Nomadic Lifestyle


By Britany Robinson Over the pond, they’re calling us “generation rent”. That nickname hasn’t stuck in the states, but it’s clear that Millennials both here and abroad are not purchasing houses in the same fashion our parents once did.

Heterochromia – Children of Hags


By Maria Cavali I am Lithuanian and Lithuania is the last pagan country in Europe. In pagan tradition, people who had different colour eyes were called “Children of hags”.

A Message for All Humanity (Video)


Hands tied photo via Shutterstock Greed has poisoned men’s souls, has barricaded the world with hate, has goose-stepped us into misery and bloodshed.

Farm Stay Programs for the Millennial Traveler


Tea plantation photo via Shutterstock By Diana Smith Finding a way into the heart of any culture can be a challenge even for the most experienced traveler.

The Gratitude Project, A Millennial’s Quest to Find Happiness: Day 9 – Staying Present


Heart silhouette photo via Shutterstock By Maria Russo Day 10 – I am grateful for the desires in my heart.

Reflection: Travel in The Eye of the Beholder


By Agnes Chew What makes a traveler? One who has been to a great number of countries, who has covered extensive distances across remote lands, or one who has seen countless mountain ranges, volcanoes, and waterfalls?

Celebrating World Elephant Day (WATCH DOCUMENTARY)


Elephant at watering hole photo via Shutterstock August 12th is World Elephant Day, a day to raise awareness of the grave plight of Asian and African elephants.

Confessions From a New Yorker on the City’s Most Talked About Juice Cleanse


Photo credit: Juice Press By Angelica Olstad  In the health world, juice cleansing is on the tip of everyone’s tongues.

Dancing in Ubud’s Pondok Pekak Library


Dancers in Ubud photo via Shutterstock By JJ Fox Acie greeted me as I walked through the door to the Pondok Pekak library, which was hidden behind a football field near Monkey Forest Road.

The Best Day Trips From San Francisco (And a Travel Giveaway)


Sonoma vineyard photo via Shutterstock Most of us know that San Francisco is one of the coolest cities in the U.S., but during the summer it’s always fun to jet off for a weekend and enjoy the laid-back vibe of the open countryside, beaches and  parks that surround the city.

Why Millennials are Choosing Freedom Above All Else (INFOGRAPHIC)


Infographic by odesk.com   Feature photo of hipster girl via Shutterstock Why Millennials are Choosing Freedom Above All Else (INFOGRAPHIC)

Get Cultured: Zagreb – A Guide to The City’s Markets, Green Spaces, Food and Art Scene


Morning in Zagreb photo via Shutterstock We caught up with Frank and Vera of Frank About Croatia to get the local scoop on Zagreb’s best cafes, markets, galleries and the coolest places to loiter on any given day.  On your first day here, seeing this is a must: Located in the heart of Zagreb’s historical Upper town, the Museum of Broken Relationships is really one of a kind, and a must-visit museum in Croatia.

Seven Days in Paris

By Maggie Jankuloska “How is anyone ever gonna come up with a book, or a painting, or a symphony, or a sculpture that can compete with a great city?


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