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  • Peruvian Amazon River Cruise

    10 Great Reasons to Visit the Rainforest

    From Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley to colonial cities such as Cusco and Lima, Peru has no shortage of ecotourism attractions. But the Amazon in Peru is easily the biggest of them all, encompassing approximately 60% of the country.  The fourth largest rainforest in the world, the Peruvian Amazon boasts remarkable biodiversity. In terms […] More

  • Fishing Boat in Amazon in Peru

    Amazon River Piranha Fishing in Peru

    We’d set out from the port at Iquitos, Peru at sunset the night before, meeting our naturalist guides, getting a quick safety briefing, and enjoying a refreshing Pisco Sour in our welcome toast. This morning we were up by 6AM, too excited about our Amazon River piranha fishing adventure scheduled for later in the day […] More

  • How Worried Should We Be About Asteroids?

    How Worried Should We Be About Asteroids?

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript About 66 million years ago, a massive asteroid collided with the Earth near the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. This impact ended the era of the dinosaurs and resulted in one of the greatest species […] More

  • The Perfect 2 Days in Portland Itinerary

    It had been 10 years since I set foot in eclectic, weird Portland and I have many fond memories of my visits there. However, Portland’s destination image has taken a major hit because of COVID-19, political violence, and public safety concerns over the last few years. This of course made me want to visit it […] More

  • Historical Walks in London

    5 Historical Walks in London

    Today I want to share my top picks for historical walks in London with you. These self-guided London walking tours are great ways to get into the city’s past and discover the layers of heritage that make the UK capital special. If you love history, they’re perfect London walks for you to take to explore […] More

  • Best sunset cruise in Lisbon? Try FRS Portugal

    Best sunset cruise in Lisbon? Try FRS Portugal

    All the great cities in the world are often defined by a river. Take London, Paris, Bangkok or Kolkata, all these cities have a pulse of life and an element of grandeur thanks to the river running through them. Of all the cities that have a river running through them, Lisbon is probably my favourite […] More

  • Saint Peter

    Saint Peter’s Basilica

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In the early 4th century, the Roman Emperor Constantine ordered the construction of a church on the burial site of Saint Peter. It was the greatest church in Christianity. Centuries later, that building was […] More

  • TOP 8 LIST: Best Winter Hunting Boots in 2022

    Hunting is fun year-round, but many people prefer to hunt in the winter months due to the game available at that time. If you’re going to go hunting in the winter, you should invest in a good pair of winter hunting boots. Winter hunting boots are designed to keep your feet warm and dry from […] More

  • PLDT Home Viu The Broken Marriage Vow Photo credits: Viu Philippines

    5 most breathtaking Baguio sites showcased on The Broken Marriage Vow

    PLDT Home Viu The Broken Marriage Vow Photo credits: Viu Philippines Team Out of Town Blog Hub (Outoftownblog.com) – The log houses we all wish our parents own plus Baguio’s pine trees and gorgeous mountain views fill the backdrop of the emotional roller coaster hit drama series that is The Broken Marriage Vow. Almost every episode […] More

  • Where to Find the Best Food in Paris • The Blonde Abroad

    Where to Find the Best Food in Paris • The Blonde Abroad

    Paris really has it all — history, culture, romance… and incredible food! If you’re visiting France’s capital city, you’re in for a treat. French cuisine has been globally renowned since the 18th century, not only for its flavors but also for its presentation and the overall dining experience. You’ll get to indulge in some incredible […] More

  • Is it Worth The Money?

    Is it Worth The Money?

    Are you thinking about learning a new language? Maybe you’re hoping to make your next travels more immersive, or just looking for some self improvement, or even considering moving internationally. If you’re like me, you’ve tried learning another language (Spanish in my case) through multiple apps and language programs over the years. To be honest, […] More

  • TOP 6 LIST: Best Uninsulated Rubber Hunting Boots in 2022

    Rubber hunting boots are extremely helpful for hunters needing to trek wet or muddy paths to reach their hunting destination. Creeks, streams, and shallow rivers are found frequently in good hunting areas, and you’ll need a good pair of rubber hunting boots to keep you dry through them. Keeping your rubber hunting boots uninsulated also […] More

  • The Library of Alexandria

    The Library of Alexandria

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Sometime during the reign of Ptolemy I or Ptolemy II, the Egyptian state decided to build an institution dedicated to accumulating all human knowledge in the City of Alexandria. As the city grew, this […] More

  • 2 Days in Sonoma

    2 Days in Sonoma – Best Sonoma Itinerary for 2 Days in Wine Country

    Today I want to share my itinerary for 2 days in Sonoma with you. This county in Northern California has everything from rolling hills to beautiful coastline and pretty towns. It’s best known for its vineyards, which blanket the landscape and produce some of the highest quality wines in the United States. If you’re curious, […] More

  • Our Tulum Retreat Recap Part II

    Our Tulum Retreat Recap Part II

    Where we’re at: I’m sharing my journey in 2022, including this trip to Mexico in February. Don’t miss our next aerial arts trip this June! Oh hey there! Did you catch part one of my Tulum Retreat Recap? Today we’re back with part two, wrapping up a retreat I poured my heart and soul into […] More

  • Why Friday the 13th Is Considered Unlucky

    Why Friday the 13th Is Considered Unlucky

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript Friday the 13th is a day associated with bad luck and ill omens.  However, why is this particular combination of day of the week and day of the month considered bad luck? If you […] More

  • 7 Ways to Enjoy Luxury Glamping in the UK

    7 Ways to Enjoy Luxury Glamping in the UK

    Luxury glamping in the UK is one of Europe’s hottest vacation trends. Glamping is a mix of glamourous amenities with camping out in the wild. You get the beauty and relaxation of being near nature, while not having to give up a warm bath, a comfortable bed or even a gourmet meal depending on how […] More

  • European Birds -Red Grouse

    A Guide to 10 Endemic Species

    The birds of Europe include around 700 different species, but there are only 10 endemic species of European birds that you won’t see anywhere else in the world.  There are six other European birds which could possibly be classified as unique endemic species by taxonomists in the future. These include the Balearic Warbler (found in […] More

  • How Airbnb's Revamp Could End Up Doubling Your Vacation Costs

    How Airbnb’s Revamp Could End Up Doubling Your Vacation Costs

    This week Airbnb announced what the vacation rental giant is calling its “biggest changes in a decade.” That’s not hyperbole. Alas, the changes don’t involve reining in fees (we wish!). But the company will be adding a layer of filtering that will utterly transform its search functionality. Airbnb has also created a promising new type […] More

  • The Best, Most Delicious Food Tour in Madrid

    The Best, Most Delicious Food Tour in Madrid

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  • The Best Airline Credit Cards

    The Best Airline Credit Cards

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  • TOP 8 LIST: Best Warm Hunting Boots in 2022

    Warm hunting boots are a must for hunters interested in pursuing hunting in the fall and winter months. Without warm hunting boots, your feet will get cold quickly, which can lead to pain and even frostbite. If you plan on hunting outdoors this winter, take a look at the list we’ve compiled below of the […] More

  • King Tutankhamen

    King Tutankhamen

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In 1922, British archaeologist Howard Cater stumbled upon one of the most pristine tombs of an Egyptian Pharaoh ever found. The tomb of King Tutankhamen. That discovery because a pop culture sensation and revolutionized […] More

  • Streets of Varanasi

    Crafts Museum at Trade Facilitation Center Varanasi

    The newly built trade facilitation center in the oldest living city in the world has been in the news since it has been operational. We even considered it as a potential venue for our Yatra Conference but we ended up doing it at BHU. This time my exploration of Banarasi Silks took me to this […] More

  • European Union Dropping Mask Requirement for Air Travel

    European Union Dropping Mask Requirement for Air Travel

    Starting next week, passengers at airports and on planes in the European Union will no longer be required to wear masks.  The 27-nation bloc is dropping the requirement as of Monday, May 16, according to a joint announcement from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control […] More

  • How to Plan the Ultimate NYC Bachelorette Party • The Blonde Abroad

    How to Plan the Ultimate NYC Bachelorette Party • The Blonde Abroad

    Who needs bachelorette tiaras and sashes when you can strut down the sidewalks of Manhattan wearing Sex and the City-worthy heels? I’m Chelsea, the Blog & Content Manager at The Blonde Abroad, and my friends joined me in NYC for the most glamorous bachelorette party! From a photoshoot with a private driver to a food […] More

  • Last Chance on our Aerial Arts Retreat in Israel!

    Last Chance on our Aerial Arts Retreat in Israel!

    Wander Women Wednesdays are back! This mid-week feature is all about highlighting an upcoming Wander Women Retreat, or a new aspect of our retreat business we’re excited about.  Now that y’all know what a blast we had in Mexico, it’s time to tell you about Brenna and I’s next High Flying Retreat in Israel — […] More

  • Savor Arizona’s Natural and Culinary Wonders with Our New Guidebook

    Savor Arizona’s Natural and Culinary Wonders with Our New Guidebook

    Arizona‘s embarrassment of riches in the natural wonders department exerts a pull on any traveler hoping to trek through, raft amid, or simply gawk at landscapes of astonishing, otherworldly beauty. It’s the Grand Canyon State, after all. Not to mention the home of red-rock buttes, iconic cactus forests, candy-striped deserts, and many other marvels.  But […] More

  • All About The Vice President of the United States

    All About The Vice President of the United States

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript At the 1787 Constitutional Convention, the delegates worked hard to create a document that would govern their new country.  At the end of the convention, they had a session titled “Leftover Business.”  It was […] More

  • Announcing our TNN Fall Group Tours!

    Announcing our TNN Fall Group Tours!

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  • TOP 8 LIST: Best Rubber Hunting Boots For Cold Weather in 2022

    Cold weather frequently brings rain and snow, two elements that no hunter enjoys facing. To combat the snow, rain, and cold, hunters can invest in a high-quality pair of rubber hunting boots designed for cold weather. Rubber hunting boots designed for cold weather not only keep heat inside your boots, but they also keep your […] More

  • The Irish Potato Famine

    The Irish Potato Famine

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript In 1845, farmers around Europe suffered from a blight that devastated the potato crop.  This lasted for several years, but nowhere was it more pronounced than it was on the island of Ireland, where […] More

  • Weekend Trips from London by Train

    17 Weekend Trips from London by Train

    Today I want to bring you my list of the best weekend trips from London by train. The UK has a great rail network, which makes it easy to get around Britain (and beyond) using trains. If you’re looking for an exciting weekend break from London, my list will help you find the perfect getaway […] More

  • The Ultimate 2-Day Portland Itinerary • The Blonde Abroad

    The Ultimate 2-Day Portland Itinerary • The Blonde Abroad

    Portland, Oregon is a big city with a small-town feel that has long been a haven for creators of all kinds. It’s where big companies like Nike are based, and a lot of artists and performers have called Portland home including Gus Van Zandt, Holly Madison, Kaitlin Olson, and Clark Gable. The city is the […] More

  • 21 Best Things To Do in Isla Mujeres, Mexico

    21 Best Things To Do in Isla Mujeres, Mexico

    For such a small, sleepy place, there’s a wide variety of things to do in Isla Mujeres — an island located off the coast of Cancun in Mexico. Translated from Spanish, Isla Mujeres means the “Island of Women”, named after the Mayan Goddess Ixchel, the Goddess of fertility and happiness. There are numerous incredible places […] More

  • Best Restaurants in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

    Best Restaurants in Playa del Carmen, Mexico

    Written by Sasha Savinov Sasha is a regular contributor to Goats On The Road where he shares his advice as a full-time traveler and digital nomad. In particular, Sasha is an expert in travelling the United States, Mexico and Thailand. He’s also an online English teacher and a video producer. In fact, he studied video […] More

  • 21 Best Things To Do in Detroit, Michigan

    21 Best Things To Do in Detroit, Michigan

    Written by Sasha Savinov Sasha is a regular contributor to Goats On The Road where he shares his advice as a full-time traveler and digital nomad. In particular, Sasha is an expert in travelling the United States, Mexico and Thailand. He’s also an online English teacher and a video producer. In fact, he studied video […] More

  • 15 Best Things To Do in Seattle, Washington

    15 Best Things To Do in Seattle, Washington

    Known as the Emerald City, Seattle just might be the most scenic metropolitan area in the United States. The largest city in the Pacific Northwest offers visitors endless things to see and do.  Seattle is surrounded by evergreen forests, mountains, and water. In addition to its natural beauty, there are also plenty of excellent attractions […] More

  • 25 Best Things To Do in Ios, Greece

    25 Best Things To Do in Ios, Greece

    There’s a wide variety of incredible things to do in Ios, it’s definitely one of the best places to visit in Greece. This Greek Island is located in the Cyclades island group in the southern Aegean Sea. With activities in Ios including hiking, watching the amazing sunsets, visiting historic sites, and enjoying the laid-back lifestyle of […] More

  • When Nine Kings Were All In One Room

    When Nine Kings Were All In One Room

    Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Amazon | Player.FMCastbox | Stitcher | Podcast Republic | RSS | Patreon Podcast Transcript On May 20, 1910, an event occurred that had never occurred before or since.  Gathered for the funeral of the British King Edward VII, nine different European monarchs assembled inside Windsor Castle for a […] More

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