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  • The GypsyNesters | Utterly Unexpected Palo Duro Canyon

    The GypsyNesters | Utterly Unexpected Palo Duro Canyon

    Fall just might be the perfect time to visit this little known gem in Texas. We know everything’s big in Texas, and the Lone Star State is full of surprises… but this was one BIG surprise! To make it even more surprising, we didn’t find it in Big Bend National Park, or even in that […] More

  • How To Get From Mexico City Airport to Downtown

    How To Get From Mexico City Airport to Downtown

    Written by Alex Tiffany Alex is a former lawyer and lifelong lover of off-the-beaten-track travel. He is the founder of Just Go Exploring, a blog that aims to make adventurous travel accessible to all. As well as blogging, Alex works as a freelance travel writer, personal trip planner and travel consultant. He has a Law […] More

  • Clark Marriott Hotel celebrates Octoberfest in PH

    Clark Marriott Hotel celebrates Octoberfest in PH

    Better entertainment and food, more fun and prizes, bigger crowd and venue Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga –  Clark Marriott Hotel, the number one hotel in Luzon according to Tripadvisor, celebrates for the second time an authentic Octoberfest from October 7 to 8, 2022, at the Clark Parade Grounds.  The move to the Clark Parade Grounds […] More

  • The History of Barbed Wire

    The History of Barbed Wire

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine Podcast Transcript When Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act of 1862, there was a rush of people who moved west to claim the free land that was offered.  However, there was a […] More

  • DOT celebrates Philippines’ back to back wins at Conde Naste Traveler Readers' Choice Awards; Boracay claims spot as top island in Asia anew

    DOT celebrates Philippines’ back to back wins at Conde Naste Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards; Boracay claims spot as top island in Asia anew

    Boracay Named as the Best Island In Asia MANILA – The Department of Tourism (DOT) celebrates the Philippines’ back-to-back wins in the Condé Nast Traveler (CNT) 2022 Readers’ Choice Awards. The world-renowned Island of Boracay was awarded the Top Island in Asia. Of the Top Ten Islands, Palawan ranked eighth. The Philippines was also awarded […] More

  • Wembley Park Sign

    Wembley Park, London – An Exciting Wembley Park Area Guide

    This is an advertising feature from Wembley Park Ltd. One of the things that makes London such an exciting place to live is the huge diversity of high streets and neighborhoods to which the city is home. One of the most exciting to spring up in recent years is Wembley Park, which has evolved into […] More

  • Marga Nograles Oath Taking as the new TPB COO

    Marga Nograles takes helm as the new TPB COO

    MANILA, Philippines – The Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) Philippines, the marketing and promotions arm of the Department of Tourism (DOT), announces that Ms. Maria Margarita Montemayor Nograles has officially assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer today, 04 October 2022. TPB COO Marga Nograles with DOT Secretary Maria Esperanza Christina Garcia Frasco Nograles was appointed […] More

  • 7D Japan Itinerary For S$1.3k — A Tokyo and Mount Fuji Adventure

    7D Japan Itinerary For S$1.3k — A Tokyo and Mount Fuji Adventure

    Planning your Japan itinerary? Score 10.10 deals this October 2022 and redeem up to 20% upsized Cashback on your bookings — details below! After years of seeing Mount Fuji on postcards, paintings, and every souvenir that’s not anime-related, I was no longer content with gazing at Japan’s icon only from a distance. It was finally […] More

  • Frontier Airlines gate LGA

    The Great Race To The Bottom Continues

    Support VBJ’s writing on this blog: LGA, TERMINAL ONE, NYC- “It doesn’t matter what airline you fly, it doesn’t matter what airport you leave from, it’s always the same,” spoke a disgruntled passenger after we found out that our flight was delayed due to a flight attendant suddenly getting “sick.” (Perhaps she really was sick, […] More

  • Blackberry Is Dead (Something Everyone Knew But Me)

    Blackberry Is Dead (Something Everyone Knew But Me)

    I’m around five years late in writing this, but I’ve held on — held on to my Blackberry smartphones. Why? Three reasons: I like the physical keyboards. I like the operating system (BB10). I like it when I whip it out people are like what the fuck is that? They were good phones that were […] More

  • Broken Arrows: When Nuclear Weapons Go Wrong

    When Nuclear Weapons Go Wrong

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine Podcast Transcript Nuclear weapons are the most devastating things humans have ever created. They are so powerful and terrible that nations that have them strictly control how they are used and handled.  […] More

  • New Book: The Suicide of Anthony Bourdain (Or, When Travel Is Not Enough)

    New Book: The Suicide of Anthony Bourdain (Or, When Travel Is Not Enough)

    I am a traveler. Travel is my coping mechanism. For many years, whenever the topic of suicide has come up in casual conversations, I have always proclaimed, perhaps sometimes with an inappropriate touch of cocktail party flippancy, that I could never be tempted to kill myself as long as I still have a passport and […] More

  • American Rail in Shambles: Legendary Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Closed Due to Erosion

    American Rail in Shambles: Legendary Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Closed Due to Erosion

    The famous Pacific Surfliner in Southern California, the second-busiest intercity rail corridor in the United States with some 3 million riders a year, has been closed. A coastal section of the route—which is shared by Amtrak, Metrolink commuter trains, and freight carriers—is now so threatened by erosion that it now poses “safety concerns,” according to […] More

  • 15 Best Things To Do in Big Sky, Montana

    15 Best Things To Do in Big Sky, Montana

    Written by Daniel Mooers Danny is a Minnesota native living and teaching high school English in Phoenix, Arizona. His breaks and summers are dedicated to traveling to any new place he can – preferably overland. Finding it hard to stay away from the mountains, Danny has explored the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and the Beartooth […] More

  • Why Does a Week Have Seven Days?

    Why Does a Week Have Seven Days?

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine Podcast Transcript Most of our major divisions of time are based on some sort of natural event.  A year is one orbit of the Earth around the sun. A month is one […] More

  • 15 Best Things To Do in Kalispell, Montana

    15 Best Things To Do in Kalispell, Montana

    Written by Daniel Mooers Danny is a Minnesota native living and teaching high school English in Phoenix, Arizona. His breaks and summers are dedicated to traveling to any new place he can – preferably overland. Finding it hard to stay away from the mountains, Danny has explored the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and the Beartooth […] More

  • How Hurricanes and Typhoons Form

    How Hurricanes and Typhoons Form

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine Podcast Transcript Every year parts of the planet are hit by devastating typhoons and hurricanes. They can cause billions of dollars of damage and can take hundreds if not thousands of lives.  […] More

  • Things to do in Panama Central America

    The 20 Best Things to Do in Panama (For Nature Lovers)

    Though it is but a slip of land located in between Costa Rica and Colombia, there are ton of fun things to do in Panama including watching exotic wildlife, touring colonial architecture, being awestruck at manmade marvels, and admiring diverse natural landscapes. The culture of the country deep and rich, and Panama’s history (and pre-history, […] More

  • Things to do in Panama Central America

    The 20 Best Things to Do in Panama (For Nature Lovers)

    Though it is but a slip of land located in between Costa Rica and Colombia, there are ton of fun things to do in Panama including watching exotic wildlife, touring colonial architecture, being awestruck at manmade marvels, and admiring diverse natural landscapes. The culture of the country deep and rich, and Panama’s history (and pre-history, […] More

  • 15 Best Game Reserves and Safari Parks in Kenya

    15 Best Game Reserves and Safari Parks in Kenya

    Written by Leo Gichuki Leo is a writer, traveller, and local tour guide in Kenya. He was born and raised in the Kenyan hinterland. After a short sprint working offshore as a seismic explorer, he returned to Nairobi and began his adventures around Kenya and Southern Africa. From these wanderings, the Kenyan Backpacker blog was […] More

  • An Insider's Guide to the Best Vegan Restaurants in Goa in 2022.

    An Insider’s Guide to the Best Vegan Restaurants in Goa in 2022.

    As a foodie, I’m always on the lookout for vegan, healthy, organic, ethically-sourced, ideally gluten free, world-inspired food. Goa is perhaps the only place in India where that’s not too much to ask for! Over the past 10 years of visiting, and the past 2 years of living here, I’ve delightfully witnessed an explosion of […] More

  • 20 Best Things To Do in Penzance, England

    20 Best Things To Do in Penzance, England

    Written by Steve Rohan Steve Rohan is a writer from Essex, England. In 2015 he moved to China to teach English where he lived for over six years. He has lived and taught in the cities of Harbin, Luoyang, Sanya, and spent a few months in Hong Kong, before returning to England in 2022. He […] More

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    Philippine coconut products gain spotlight at IFEX 2022

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – With the widening gap between importation and exportation in the last few years, the local manufacturing industry has been feeling the pinch. Aiming to boost exports and uplift the Philippine food trade industry, the recent International Food Exhibition (IFEX) Philippines 2022 showcased a variety of Philippine products with […] More

  • Everything You Wanted to Know About Ninjas

    Everything You Wanted to Know About Ninjas

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine Podcast Transcript Ninjas are awesome. They’re silent, they can turn invisible, and they can totally flip out and kill people, especially their mortal enemies…pirates.  …or at least that is what popular culture […] More

  • The Luxury Hotels of Monaco

    The Luxury Hotels of Monaco

    Monaco Luxury Hotels  When you think of Monaco, you may imagine yourself playing the roulette of its famous casino. Or maybe, you find yourself on a beautiful yacht, parked in front of the Principality, for a quick lunch to which you were invited by friends. There is no doubt that the one thing you know […] More

  • Halloween Party at Taal Vista Hotel

    Happy Howl-O-Ween at Taal Vista Hotel

    Halloween Party at Taal Vista Hotel Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – Bring the whole family to Tagaytay as the Halloween Party at Taal Vista Hotel is happening on 29 October 2022 from 2:00PM-5:00PM. Come in your best Halloween costume and enjoy an afternoon of spooky fun at the “Howl-O-Ween”- a themed event in […] More

  • best national parks to visit in october

    17 Best National Parks to Visit in October » Local Adventurer

    Looking for the best national parks to visit in October? October is a beautiful time to visit the National Parks. The kids are back in school (yay, no kids!), fall colors are out, and it’s great weather for getting outdoors. Pin This post may contain affiliate links, where we receive a small commission on sales […] More

  • What Solo Travel Has Taught Me About the World - and Myself

    What Solo Travel Has Taught Me About the World – and Myself

    There are plenty of perspectives out there about solo female travel – some that encourage women to travel solo, others that question it. Personally, over the last six years of frequently travelling solo as an Indian woman, I’ve found plenty of reasons to continue to “Say yes to the world”. Why travel solo? Read on: […] More

  • Japan cherry blossom, japan visa for indian, japan visa requirements for Indian citizens

    Requirements, Fees & How To Apply

    Applying for a visa sucks. In this post, I simplify the Japan tourist visa for Indians. Including Japan visa requirements for Indian citizens, Japan visa fees for Indian passport holders, where to apply for a Japan visa in India and whether it’s possible to get Japan visa on arrival for Indians. Until 2016, scoring a […] More

  • vegan Japan the shooting star

    How I Travelled For a Month, Beyond the Popular Cities!

    Mission frickin impossible. That’s how a fellow traveller described my quest to spend a month as a vegan in Japan, exploring the country beyond Tokyo, Kyoto and the regular tourist trail – and sampling vegan Japanese food. I took that warning seriously and got to work: A Japanese cafe owner in Bangkok helped me write […] More

  • PLDT dedicated WiFi

    Bandwidth sharing problems at home? Here’s how you can get a dedicated WiFi just for you!

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – Need your own WiFi so you won’t have to share your internet connection with the rest of your family at home? MyOwnWifi, PLDT Home’s newest offer, solves just that. This first-of-its-kind add-on service allows existing Fiber customers to have a secondary internet connection with the same speeds as […] More

  • 15 Best Things To Do in Paphos, Cyprus

    15 Best Things To Do in Paphos, Cyprus

    Written by Megan Churchill Meg is a regular contributor to Goats on the Road and creator of the blog, What Meg Did Next. In 2021, fed up of her job as a lawyer, she quit to pursue her travel dreams and became a freelancer. Her blog focuses on slow travel, and her experience of being […] More

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    Top 5 Panama Eco Activities

    Panama is a Nature Lover’s dream. The country is home to nearly 1000 species of birds, several endangered species, and many animals that are only seen in a few other places in the world.   There are also volcanoes, secluded Caribbean islands, and indigenous populations. Here are our picks for the Top 5 Panama Tourist Attractions […] More

  • Exploring Alabama’s Azalea City

    Exploring Alabama’s Azalea City

    Where we’re at: I’m covering my road trip in the American South in April and May of 2022. What even is the south? It was a question I found myself mulling on my inbound flight to Mobile, Alabama, the start of a three city, three state Southern USA road trip that would also take in […] More

  • Where I Find the Best Travel Deals in 2022

    Where I Find the Best Travel Deals in 2022

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  • Ada Lovelace: The World’s First Computer Programmer

    The World’s First Computer Programmer

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon | Podvine Podcast Transcript Born in 1815, Ada Byron was the only legitimate child of the famous poet Lord Byron.  Unlike her famous father, Ada did not pursue a literary career. Guided by her […] More

  • 2Go Philippine Travel Mart 2022 Holidaze Sale

    2GO joins 33rd Philippine Travel Mart with a Php22 Holidaze Sale! 

    Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – Travelers, especially those who wish to go home to their provinces early for the holidays, are in for another treat as 2GO Travel offers its Holidaze Sale with promo fares for as low as Php22 for voyages from Manila to Cebu, Bacolod, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Tagbilaran, Puerto Princesa, and […] More

  • Navadurga Yatra in Varanasi

    Navaratri Navadurga Yatra In Kashi Or Varanasi

    Kashi Khand of Skanda Purana mentions Navadurga Yatra to be performed during Navaratri, especially the Sharad Navaratri that falls in October. So, this time in Kashi, I decided to visit the Devi temples that are spread across the sacred city. Actually, they lie on a pilgrimage path followed by the pilgrims, especially during Navaratri. Navadurga, […] More

  • Frommer's 8 Great Travel Insurance Providers

    Frommer’s 8 Great Travel Insurance Providers

    The travel insurance industry can be confusing to navigate, thanks to all the unclear language and companies disguised under misleading names. To help travelers pick the most reliable policies, we’ve selected eight travel insurance companies we’re confident are at the top of the heap. Each company we selected offers comprehensive policies directly to consumers—and not […] More

  • 15 Traditional Foods To Try in London

    15 Traditional Foods To Try in London

    Written by Steve Rohan Steve Rohan is a writer from Essex, England. In 2015 he moved to China to teach English where he lived for over six years. He has lived and taught in the cities of Harbin, Luoyang, Sanya, and spent a few months in Hong Kong, before returning to England in 2022. He […] More

  • Sailcation to Boracay via 2Go

    SAILCATION: Traveling to Boracay by Sea with 2Go Travels

    Experience Boracay with 2Go Travels There’s no better way of traveling to Boracay than enjoying good food, great service, and a comfortable bed, all while onboard. Experience a new and exciting way of traveling by sea with 2GO Travels! Sailcation to Boracay via 2Go I used to think that traveling by sea was uncomfortable and […] More

  • The History of Shoes and Footwear

    The History of Shoes and Footwear

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FM | TuneInCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript It seems like the sort of thing humans have used throughout our existence, but historically speaking, footwear is a relatively new invention.  For hundreds of thousands of years, humans spent their entire […] More

  • traditional toys of Kondapalli

    Traditional toys of Kondapalli from Andhra Pradesh

    My fascination for the traditional toys of Kondapalli started with a family heirloom – a faded, quaint wooden toy representing the deities, Rama and Sita along with Lakshmana and Hanuman. Painted in shades of teal, green, beige, and red, the miniature was set in a frame and had an old-world charm about it. It was […] More

  • Howdy, Dolly Parton Fans! Now You Can Book a Stay on Her Retired Tour Bus

    Howdy, Dolly Parton Fans! Now You Can Book a Stay on Her Retired Tour Bus

    A recently introduced hotel package gives guests the chance to stay in Dolly Parton’s tricked-out tour bus—and this “Tennessee Mountain Home” away from home is no “Lil’ Ole Bitty Pissant Country Place.” Used by the superstar from 2008 to 2022, the 45-foot-long decommissioned Prevost motor coach is now permanently parked outside the DreamMore Resort and […] More

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