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  • Cultures Explained: Okinawa — Why is it so Different from the Rest of Japan

    Cultures Explained: Okinawa — Why is it so Different from the Rest of Japan

    One can say Okinawa is more Taiwanese than Japanese, after all, the distance between Okinawa and Tokyo is 1,554km but only half the distance to Taiwan (731km). Japan as a travel destination needs no introduction. Places like Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, and Hokkaido reign top tourist destinations year after year. Yet, despite being a well-known […] More

  • Amazon Prime Day Travel Deals

    Best Day 2 #AmazonPrimeDay Travel Deals

    Looking for the best Amazon Prime Day travel deals? Here are the the best Amazon Prime Day Travel Deals for Day 2. We will periodically update this post with new deals as we find them. Amazon Prime Day Travel Deals Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. For more information see our […] More

  • Best villas and self-catering hotels in the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Mexico

    8 Great Condo-style Resorts for Families in the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Mexico

    A condo-style resort goes a long way toward making a family vacation successful. Self-contained lodgings—also marketed as apartments, villas, or residences—grant more space and convenience than traditional hotel rooms. Even at all-inclusive properties with standard rooms, you can often find units with kitchens that make daily life easier.  You can serve cereal to early-rising preschoolers […] More

  • What Travelers Need to Know About American Airlines' Service Meltdown

    What Travelers Need to Know About American Airlines’ Service Meltdown

    We’ve been warning for weeks that the return to travel this summer would be bumpy. But I don’t think any of us could have predicted just how ugly things could get this week. Over the weekend, American Airlines abruptly cancelled hundreds of flights. Some passengers only found out at the moment they tried to check […] More

  • Amazon Prime Day Travel Deals

    Best Amazon Prime Day Travel Deals 2021

    Amazon Prime Day is here! Looking for the best Amazon Prime Day travel deals? Here are the the best deals we have found on travel products so far. We will periodically update this post with new deals as we find them. Amazon Prime Day Travel Deals Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying […] More

  • ETW #100 Celebrating the Podcast’s 100th Episode!

    ETW #100 Celebrating the Podcast’s 100th Episode!

    This week we celebrate the 100th episode of the Explore the Travel World podcast with a fun retrospective. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. It’s hard to believe that the podcast is already celebrating 100 episodes! It feels just like […] More

  • Moreton-in-Marsh Walk

    Moreton-in-Marsh Walk – Circular Walk in the Cotswolds, England with Map

    Today I want to share my guide to a Moreton-in-Marsh walk in the Cotswolds. This circular walk is a great way to get out into the English countryside in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK. Along the way there’s everything from picture-pretty Cotswolds villages to fanciful stately homes, country pubs, and an […] More

  • Best Backpacking Tent Under 200 in 2021

    Best Backpacking Tent Under 200 in 2021

    Everybody wants to go easy on their pockets when it comes to exploring new places. It might seem a daunting task, but when you have the best backpacking tent under 200 dollars, you will have an affordable way to spend your camping nights protected. Discover the best budget backpacking tents here, and give yourself the […] More

  • Things To Do In New York City

    15 Best Things To See & Do In NYC On A Budget (Save Some Money!)

    Best Things to do In New York New York is an amazing city to visit as a tourist. I’ve been a handful of times now, and always look forward to it. There’s so much to do! But it’s also expensive. Today, my friend & travel author Matt Kepnes shares tips for things to do in […] More

  • This European Country Now Denies Entry to Americans From 10 States

    This European Country Now Denies Entry to Americans From 10 States

    Malta wants its American visitors back—but only some of them. In a telling move, one that shows just how closely the rest of the world is watching the United States’ fractured approach to vaccinations and Covid-19 regulations, the Mediterranean island nation of Malta announced it would accept American visitors starting June 17—but only ones from […] More

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    A Beginner’s Guide to Birdwatching

    If you’re thinking of taking up birdwatching or birding, and are looking for a beginner’s guide to birdwatching, you’ve come to the right place. I’ve always enjoyed watching birds, and as a professional photographer I’ve enjoyed photographing birds for many years. However, it’s only recently that I’ve started to take the time to learn more […] More

  • How to Survive the USA's Crazy-Busy National Parks This Summer

    How to Survive the USA’s Crazy-Busy National Parks This Summer

    America is entering a summer of pent-up travel energy following more than a year of homebound life. And as long as most international countries remain unready to fling open their doors (not without putting up obstacles anyway), U.S. vacationers are directing their plans toward domestic destinations.  If you thought 2021 would be the summer you […] More

  • Things to Do in Stoke Newington

    5 Things to Do in Stoke Newington, London

    Today I want to share my guide to the best things to do in Stoke Newington, London with you. This neighborhood is one of the most exciting local parts of the UK capital, and there’s a lot to love about it. From parks to shops, cafes to pubs, it’s worth a special trip. Things to […] More

  • These Spine-Tingling Mountaineering Photos Were Just Named the World’s Best

    These Spine-Tingling Mountaineering Photos Were Just Named the World’s Best

    The majesty, adventure, and heart-pounding, knuckle-whitening dangers of mountain climbing have been captured in all their dizzying glory by the winners of an annual photography contest. Their images showcase daredevils summiting nature’s pointiest places around the globe. Organized by the Club Vasco de Camping Elkartea, a mountaineering organization based in San Sebastián, Spain, the CVCEPhoto […] More

  • Christo's Team Will Wrap Paris' Arc de Triomphe This Autumn

    Christo’s Team Will Wrap Paris’ Arc de Triomphe This Autumn

    Not even death could stop Christo from creating new works of colossal public art. The famed artist passed away in May 2020 with two massive and ambitious projects still left unrealized. His partner Jeanne-Claude passed away in 2009. One of their planned projects—covering Paris‘ Arc de Triomphe in silvery blue fabric, criss-crossed with red rope—will debut […] More

  • The Best Wine Regions in Australia You Won’t Want to Miss

    The Best Wine Regions in Australia You Won’t Want to Miss

    It’s no secret that Australia is a land of extremes. From humid tropics to arid deserts this large island country also has plenty of rolling hills and temperate climates. Luckily for us, and the 25+ million Australians who call it home, Australia also has the right soil, temperature and elevations to also produce some of […] More

  • Mens Shoes

    The 30 Best Hiking, Running, & Walking Shoes for Men in 2021

    It’s an old cliché that you can tell a lot about a man by the shoes that he wears.  But it’s not just an old wives’ tale. A recent study by researchers at the University of Kansas has revealed that people can predict the personality traits of strangers with a striking 90% accuracy based solely on […] More

  • 3 Day Hanoi Itinerary | Etramping

    3 Day Hanoi Itinerary | Etramping

    The bustling and historical capital city of Vietnam, Hanoi, is often overlooked by it’s bigger brother, Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi embraces the past and combines it with the modern age. It is the perfect city to get a good grasp of daily life in Vietnam through its food, history, and rich culture.  The city […] More

  • Southwest Airlines' 50th Birthday Sale Is Big—and Won't Last Long

    Southwest Airlines’ 50th Birthday Sale Is Big—and Won’t Last Long

    For Southwest Airlines, it’s been a week of good news and bad news so far. On Monday, technical issues led to the grounding of flights nationwide. Then, a separate computer network problem on the very next day resulted in the cancellation of 500 flights and delays for thousands more. While the company works through those […] More

  • Italy’s Alcatraz: Abandoned Island Prison to Become Tourist Attraction

    Italy’s Alcatraz: Abandoned Island Prison to Become Tourist Attraction

    Italy has plans to convert a deserted island that once housed a brutal prison into a tourist attraction similar to San Francisco Bay’s Alcatraz, according to news reports.   A tiny link in the Pontine Islands chain, Santo Stefano floats in the Tyrrhenian Sea off Italy’s western coast near Naples. The remote speck of land was […] More

  • ICYMI: These Big Names in Travel Couldn't Survive 2020 and 2021

    ICYMI: These Big Names in Travel Couldn’t Survive 2020 and 2021

    We don’t have to tell you that Covid-19 has changed the world. In fact, there’s so much in our shifting lives that requires attention you might have missed word of the final chapters of these important travel businesses and brands. Eagle Creek: After 46 years of helping travelers pack and organize, the brand is reportedly […] More

  • Smart KCONTACT 4U

    Smart brings KCON:TACT especially 4U Catch the latest season of K-Pop’s much-awaited festival on Gigafest.Smart from June 19 to 27

    Manila, Philippines – One of the world’s largest K-Culture events is returning once again to Filipino K-Pop fans as mobile services provider Smart Communications, Inc. is bringing the KCON:TACT 4U virtual festival from June 19 to 27, 2021 via Gigafest.Smart. Smart KCONTACT 4U KCON:TACT 4U is a K-Culture and pop music celebration featuring nine days […] More

  • Enter Dozens of Wild, Immersive Artworks at a New Museum North of Milwaukee

    Enter Dozens of Wild, Immersive Artworks at a New Museum North of Milwaukee

    A new museum in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is the world’s first institution of its kind dedicated entirely to displaying and caring for “art environments.”  Curators at the soon-to-open Art Preserve of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center use the term “art environment” to describe the sort of unusual, multifaceted installations created by often self-taught artists whose […] More

  • Curacao To Give One Night Free After Every Three Booked—We Think

    Curacao To Give One Night Free After Every Three Booked—We Think

    Last week, headlines trumpeted the news that hotels on Curacao are giving visitors a big incentive to visit: four nights for the price of three. The deal, the equivalent of 25% off the price of a four-night vacation, had to be booked by June 29 for travel between June 19 and October 30, 2021, and […] More

  • Go Ahead Punk…Make My (Father’s) Day

    Go Ahead Punk…Make My (Father’s) Day

    Whenever Father’s Day would roll around when I was a youngster, the inevitable question arose, “Why isn’t there a kid’s day?” Every parent ever to draw a breath gave the same reply, “Everyday is kid’s day.” CONTINUE READING >> The post Go Ahead Punk…Make My (Father’s) Day appeared first on The GypsyNesters. Original Source link More

  • ETW #99 Luxury Road Trip Through the American Southwest

    ETW #99 Luxury Road Trip Through the American Southwest

    This week on the podcast we’re talking all about the amazing road trip I took through Arizona and New Mexico, hitting some incredible natural wonders and stunning luxury experiences along the way. You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher. Three years […] More

  • 10 Epic Experiences in Japan's National Parks to Add to Your Bucket List

    10 Epic Experiences in Japan’s National Parks to Add to Your Bucket List

    See majestic humpback whales, enjoy a scenic flight over volcanoes and hike along beaches at low tide — all in Japan’s national parks! To say that we love Japan would be a serious understatement. It’s our most-visited country to date, yet we’re always itching to return. Despite being known mainly for its (heavenly!) culinary scene […] More

  • Circular Walks in West Sussex

    3 Circular Walks in West Sussex

    Today I want to share my guide to the best circular walks in West Sussex with you. Whether you want to explore pretty villages and vineyards, wild expanses of the English countryside, or an ancient Neolithic flint mine and Iron Age hill fort on the South Downs, there’s a perfect West Sussex walk for you. […] More

  • How To Visit The Tulum Ruins in Mexico

    How To Visit The Tulum Ruins in Mexico

    A blocky white fortress stands on rugged cliffs over the calm sapphire water of the Caribbean Sea. This is Tulum, one of the most spectacular archeological sites in Mexico. Compared to other ancient Mayan cities, Tulum’s structures are rather small, the architecture isn’t especially detailed, and the site itself can be explored in less than […] More

  • 25 Father's Day Travel Gifts For Dad (That He Will Definitely Love!)

    25 Father’s Day Travel Gifts For Dad (That He Will Definitely Love!)

    Looking for the perfect Father’s Day gift for a dad that loves to travel? We have put together a list of the best travel gifts for dad (for every budget). Dad will love these travel gifts for men for Father’s Day or any other occasion. Travel Gifts for Dad Disclosure:  As an Amazon Associate The […] More

  • How to Protect Your Car from Insect Damage and Remove Bug Guts from the Windshield

    How to Protect Your Car from Insect Damage and Remove Bug Guts from the Windshield

    From the perspective of the bug community, your summer road trip is basically just one long massacre. Moths, mosquitoes, beetles, cicadas, and other flying insects don’t stand a chance against your merciless sedan as it hacks its way along country roads and interstate highways, collecting splats as if they were war trophies. The insects’ revenge […] More

  • Our Review of the Paxis Swing Arm Easy Access Backpack

    Our Review of the Paxis Swing Arm Easy Access Backpack

    The Paxis Twin Lakes backpack is a unique design with a clever swing arm system that lets you access the inside of the backpack without setting it down and to say it’s unique is no understatement. In our almost 20 years of travel together, It’s safe to say that we’ve used and reviewed a lot […] More

  • Cebu Pacific launches trademark PISO sale this 1ndependence day

    Cebu Pacific launches trademark PISO sale this 1ndependence day

    Domestic and international seats on sale until June 14, 2021 Manila, Philippines – The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific (PSE: CEB), celebrates Independence Day with everyJuan, para sa bayan ni Juan as it rolls out its trademark PISO fare to all domestic and international destinations on sale. Beginning 12MN on June 12 until June 14, […] More

  • What we thought of this kids travel subscription box

    What we thought of this kids travel subscription box

    Have you heard about Little Passports? In this article, we review the Little Passports subscription box for kids, explain what it is, and how to choose the best subscription for your child. We found Little Passports when searching for fun, indoor activities for our kids, with a travel and exploration focus. After over a year […] More

  • List of National Parks By State (An Epic Guide to "America's Best Idea")

    List of National Parks By State (An Epic Guide to “America’s Best Idea”)

    [UPDATED 6/10/2021] As we began to compile a list of American National Parks by state for this piece to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service, I was shocked and dismayed to realize how few of the 63 officially designated parks we’ve visited. Fortunately, we’re already planning a future family road trip with […] More

  • Shopee and the Department of Health Team Up to Encourage Filipinos to Get Vaccinated

    Shopee and the Department of Health Team Up to Encourage Filipinos to Get Vaccinated

    Through this partnership, Shopee and the Department of Health aim to raise awareness on the importance of COVID-19 vaccination through education MANILA, Philippines – Shopee, the leading e-commerce platform in Southeast Asia and Taiwan, partners with the Department of Health (DOH) to promote education about COVID-19 vaccines through in-app and social media initiatives. As the […] More

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    5 Earth-Friendly Products for Camping, Beach Days, and Road Trips

    Worldwide, an estimated 500 billion single-use cups are thrown out each year, according to Pirani Life, the makers of an appealing solution to all that waste piling up in landfills and oceans. The Florida-based company’s 16-ounce stainless-steel tumblers ($24.95) are designed to be the “last party cup you will ever need” for barbecues, camping trips, […] More

  • Airbnb Is Looking for Singaporeans to Live Anywhere Around the World for A Year

    Airbnb Is Looking for Singaporeans to Live Anywhere Around the World for A Year

    Free accommodation and transport allowance will be provided by Airbnb during the duration of the Airbnb Live Anywhere programme. Photo credit: Airbnb Since we’re mostly working from home now, wouldn’t it be nice to change up our environment? Like maybe work from a treehouse in Bali, or even a swanky apartment in upstate New York […] More

  • K-Pop act Treasure’s exciting performances

    Six Fan Favorite Moments during Shopee’s 6.6-7.7 Mid-Year Sale TV Special

    From John Lloyd Cruz’s comeback to Treasure’s high-energy performances, we won’t be forgetting these anytime soon MANILA, JUNE 10, 2021 – Shopee’s 6.6-7.7 Mid-Year Sale TV Special, held last June 6, was definitely one for the books! The fiesta-themed show, which is Shopee’s biggest TV Special to date, featured lots of cash prizes and giveaways, […] More

  • PLDT Home and Viu partner to offer better entertainment at home

    Out of Town Blog PLDT Home and Viu partner to offer better entertainment at home Enjoy a better K-Drama experience with Viu Premium and the fastest network at home! Manila, Philippines – There is no stopping K-drama fans and serial binge-watchers from falling deeper into the Korean entertainment scene, with its extensive array of top-quality […] More

  • Shipwreck Cove Navagio Beach

    Exploring Navagio Beach (Shipwreck Beach) In Zakynthos, Greece

    How to Get to Shipwreck Beach on Zakynthos Zakynthos, greece Navagio Beach (aka Shipwreck Cove) on the Greek Island of Zakynthos is arguably one of the most beautiful beaches in the world! Here’s how to see shipwreck beach for yourself. The island of Zakynthos off the southwest coast of Greece is one of the country’s […] More

  • This Summer, Travel Isn't Working Like It Used To, So Bring Your Patience

    This Summer, Travel Isn’t Working Like It Used To, So Bring Your Patience

    As a society, we’re still coping with a once-in-a-century trauma—and several of us aren’t handling the stress well. Some travelers are snapping, losing their marbles in the worst way, attacking flight attendants, turning standard mask requests into unnecessary aircraft-grounding Spartacus moments, or merely lashing out with the kind of snide nastiness that doesn’t make the news but still demoralizes […] More

  • The EU’s Digital Covid Certificate: How American Travelers Can Get One

    The EU’s Digital Covid Certificate: How American Travelers Can Get One

    This summer, the 27 nations of the European Union are finally reopening to tourists—including American ones—following lengthy closures of borders due to the pandemic.  To facilitate ease of movement while keeping citizens safe, member states are issuing EU Digital Covid Certificates (sometimes referred to as “Digital Green Certificates” or “Digital Green Passes”) for travelers to use at borders. […] More

  • Complete Neighbourhood & Accommodation Guide

    Complete Neighbourhood & Accommodation Guide

    London is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to the UK. It’s also the capital and largest city in the UK, meaning that visitors have a huge amount of choice when it comes to deciding where to stay in London. In this post, we’re going to share everything you need to know to […] More

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