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  • 40+ BEST Travel Gifts for Women (That She Will Definitely Love)

    40+ BEST Travel Gifts for Women (That She Will Definitely Love)

    Looking for travel gift ideas for her? We’ve put together a list of the best travel gifts for women whatever your budget. These gifts are sure to please any woman who travels including your mom, wife, girlfriend, sister, daughter or friend! Best Travel Gifts for Women / Best Travel Gifts for Her Disclosure: This article contains […] More

  • An Honest Review of the Best Smart Home Gadgets • The Blonde Abroad

    An Honest Review of the Best Smart Home Gadgets • The Blonde Abroad

    As we’ve been decorating our house and fitting it out with things to make life easier and more comfortable, we’ve installed a number of smart home gadgets. If you’re interested in optimizing things in your home, I’m delving into some of my favorite technology for the home—that’s worth buying! You’ll notice I clearly love a […] More

  • When Is the Best Day of the Week to Buy Airfare and Fly in 2021? A New Study Reveals All

    When Is the Best Day of the Week to Buy Airfare and Fly in 2021? A New Study Reveals All

    This year, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be a measly single block long, Christmas markets around the world are largely cancelled, and far fewer people will gather at grandma’s house. But one of this travel writer’s favorite holiday traditions is proceeding without interruption, much to my delight and astonishment. I’m talking about the annual Travel […] More

  • Dreams Aren't This Good - A New Salsa Brand with NYC Roots

    Dreams Aren’t This Good – A New Salsa Brand with NYC Roots

    Inspired by and infused with the sights and sounds of New York City, Dreams Aren’t This Good is a new salsa brand available in NYC and online. Founded by Matt Bennett, he’s a New Yorker and design buff inspired by the sights and sounds of the city. Working with a team of graphic designers to […] More

  • A Broken Blog and a New Beginning

    A Broken Blog and a New Beginning

    To be completely honest, I don’t know if anyone still reads this blog. Does anyone read any blog anymore? But this isn’t a post about “how blogging has changed” or why I’m quitting travel blogging—yet. Blogging is broken. My motivation and inspiration gone. A passion for traveling—broken (partly from the pandemic). This blog is broken. […] More

  • Relocation Is the New Way to Travel, but Where Do People Want to Move?

    Relocation Is the New Way to Travel, but Where Do People Want to Move?

    Given that the coronavirus is raging in most parts of the world, a weeklong vacation isn’t socially responsible right now. But with so many working remotely, inveterate wanderers are satisfying their wanderlust by relocating for six months to a year. That way, you can allow for two weeks of quarantine at the start of your […] More

  • The Solo Female Traveler's Guide to Aruba

    The Solo Female Traveler’s Guide to Aruba

    I’m standing on Manchebo beach on Aruba, my third time back, amazed yet again at the perfection of the sunset unfolding in front of me. Every 20-degree rotation of my line of sight presents a delightful new color palette of periwinkle blues, purples, and cotton candy pinks.  It’s a little wonder why Aruba has more […] More

  • The Best Travel Pants in 2020 Both Comfortable and Stylish

    The Best Travel Pants in 2020 Both Comfortable and Stylish

    I love versatile clothes, and how it makes packing simpler. We’ve seen a lot of outdoor brands creating more lifestyle clothes as well as newer brands that are popping up all about making clothes that can transition seamlessly from the office to going out in the evening. A big thank you to 686, Anatomie, Boulder […] More

  • First Airline Confirms: Covid Vaccination Will Be Required to Fly

    First Airline Confirms: Covid Vaccination Will Be Required to Fly

    The first airline has confirmed that it will require all international passengers to show proof of Covid-19 vaccination—once a vaccine becomes available—in order to fly. The airline is Qantas, the Australian carrier with a safety record so renowned it’s cited by Dustin Hoffman’s risk-averse character in the 1988 Oscar winner Rain Main as the only airline […] More

  • Festive Things to Do in Singapore This December — Christmas Light-Ups, Magical Go-Karts, and Snowball Fights

    Festive Things to Do in Singapore This December — Christmas Light-Ups, Magical Go-Karts, and Snowball Fights

    It’s finally Christmas! As 2020 draws to a close, we can’t help but heave a sigh of relief — what a year it’s been. Singapore’s Christmas celebrations may be less flashy this year (thanks, COVID) but they’re still pretty magical, with festive villages, stunning light-ups, and real-istic snowfall. Who knew this was possible in sunny […] More

  • 19 Best Singapore Attractions to Explore With SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

    19 Best Singapore Attractions to Explore With SingapoRediscovers Vouchers

    Our SingapoRediscovers vouchers are just around the corner. Here’s The Travel Intern’s picks on the best Singapore attractions to visit — including pro-tips! It’s almost December, which means we can use our S$100 SingapoRediscovers Vouchers soon! They can be spent on staycations, tours and experiences, and attractions. But with 39 amazing attractions, how do you […] More

  • The Holy Grail

    The Holy Grail

    Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonStitcher | RSS | Patreon Transcript For centuries the Holy Grail has been a metaphor for ultimate achievement.  The quest for the Holy Grail is likewise considered a metaphor for an unobtainable goal.  However, the Holy Grail might be more than a metaphor. It might really […] More

  • Volunteering Can Earn You a Free Night at a Hawaiian Hotel

    Volunteering Can Earn You a Free Night at a Hawaiian Hotel

    Many eco- and culturally conscious Hawaiians are hoping that the state’s post-pandemic travel industry will be more sustainable than the way things were before. (Frommer’s reported on those efforts back in May.) Now that Hawaii has, as of last month, resumed allowing in tourists from other states without quarantine (provided those visitors have negative Covid-19 […] More

  • Best Food Gifts From Around The World

    The Best Food Gifts From Around the World (The Ultimate Gourmet Guide)

    I grew up in a lower middle class family and worked my way through college. So I couldn’t afford to travel internationally much until I was in my thirties. For me, eating exotic food from around the world served as my first introduction to the culture of India, Morocco, the Middle East, Latin America, the […] More

  • As a Trial, Airlines Requiring Covid Testing on Select Routes

    As a Trial, Airlines Requiring Covid Testing on Select Routes

    It’s already against the rules at every major airline to fly while you are knowingly Covid-positive, but up to now, there was no way for carriers to prove passenger status. Germany’s principal airline, Lufthansa, is taking precautions one step further.  The airline will require all passengers and crew flying two designated flights between Hamburg and […] More

  • Brockley, London

    Brockley, London – A Local Area Guide and Things to Do in Brockley

    Today I want to share my guide to Brockley, London with you. This southeast London neighborhood is a great place to explore if you want to get off the beaten path and live like a local in the UK capital. Brockley, London East of Nunhead and southwest of Greenwich, Brockley manages to fly under the […] More

  • Nadine Le Prince Haveli Fatehpur

    Mandawa and Fatehpur – the tourist hub of Shekhawati

    Mandawa is the most popular town when it comes to the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. A typical tourist town buzzing with tourists from all around the world. It is one of those places where you see more tourists than locals and the economy revolves around them. It is also a favorite of the filmmakers who […] More

  • The best gifts for travelers for every budget! #gifts #giftideas #christmas

    75+ BEST Gifts For Travelers and Travel Lovers ✈️

    Looking for some gift ideas for the travel lovers in your life?  We’ve got you covered with our updated travel gift guide featuring some of the best gifts for travelers. From fun and stylish to practical and useful, we rounded up the top gift ideas for travelers sure to fit any budget or style, including […] More

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    America’s First Law

    Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonStitcher | RSS | Patreon Transcript Let’s say you have a brand new country. You want to take it out of a spin and make some new laws. What is the first thing you do? Maybe ratify a treaty? Perhaps something about the economy. Well, if […] More

  • Tips for Rescuing Your Dry Hair in the Winter • The Blonde Abroad

    Tips for Rescuing Your Dry Hair in the Winter • The Blonde Abroad

    This post was written in partnership with Waterl<ss. As always, thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely my own and based on my own experiences. While I’m a big fan of winter and cozying up when the air gets crisp, it does a number on both my skin and my hair. When the temperature drops […] More

  • ETW #86 Latest Travel News & Updates with Travel Pulse

    ETW #86 Latest Travel News & Updates with Travel Pulse

    This week we’re talking about the latest news and trends in the travel world, from health and safety to reopenings/closings and much, much more. Eric Bowman, Managing Editor of TravelPulse.com, joins us to chat about what’s new in travel and how to best plan your next adventure. You can listen to the podcast here on […] More

  • 31 Safety Tips for Solo Female Travelers from the Experts

    31 Safety Tips for Solo Female Travelers from the Experts

    One of the most common emails I get from solo female travel hopefuls is in regards to safety. Maybe you’re worried that being alone will make you a target, your friends and family are telling you that you’re being irresponsible by going out into this big and scary world on your own, or your own inner-voice is […] More

  • Best Luxury Tour Operators In The World

    Best Luxury Tour Operators In The World – Accommodation – Tips – Luxury Travel Diary

    What are the best luxury tour operators and travel agents in the world? Our list includes Virtuoso, Abercrombie & Kent, Air Canada Vacations, American Airlines Vacations, Belmond Trains & Cruises, Classic Vacations, Rocky Mountaineer, Villas of Distinction, and the Walt Disney Travel Company. Auctions Sort By Wherever you decide to travel, by booking your trip […] More

  • Best Luxury Ski in Ski Out hotels In North America

    Best Luxury Ski in Ski Out hotels In North America – Accommodation – Tips – Luxury Travel Diary

    Having reviewed the best ski hotels in Europe and the best ski in ski out hotels in Canada, we now focus on North America. The best luxury ski in ski out hotels include Fairmont Chateau Whistler, Fairmont Tremblant, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Jackson Hole, Four Seasons Resort and Residences Vail, Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside, […] More

  • Best 60L Duffel Bag in 2020

    Best 60L Duffel Bag in 2020

    With the best 60L duffel bag, you can use it for stowing gear to move across town or for weekend travel and camping. The pack is comfortable to carry and expand or contract based on the equipment you need to take with you. What’s the Best 60L Duffel Bag? After going through dozens of products […] More

  • Best Ice Fishing Suit in 2020

    Best Ice Fishing Suit in 2020

    Ice fishing suits are essential because ice fishing can be tough on the body. This is because the long hours you will spend on the ice and in cold temperatures can lead to frostbite. Therefore, to keep warm while ice fishing, you need the best ice fishing suit that will keep you warm. This is […] More

  • Best Travel Backpack for Men in 2020

    Best Travel Backpack for Men in 2020

    We’re on the journey around the world since 2011 and we are bringing to you all of our experience here on Etramping.It’s not just us, Agness and Cez (not a couple!), it’s a bunch of lovely fellow travel bloggers who together with us experience, try out, and share the tips and tricks for smarter, cheaper […] More

  • Naadam Festival in Mongolian Villages of the Gobi Desert

    Naadam Festival in Mongolian Villages of the Gobi Desert

    According to the Ger to Ger itinerary we were stuck in this grey, bleak Gobi Desert village until 11AM so I decided to try to make the best of it and find some beauty in it’s coldness by going for a walk around the dusty empty streets with my camera. I was surprised to find […] More

  • Singapore Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble deferred for 2 weeks

    Singapore Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble deferred for 2 weeks

    Hong Kong reported 43 new COVID-19 cases, of which 36 were locally transmitted on Saturday 21 Nov 2020. Officials have just announced that the Singapore Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble will be deferred for two weeks in light of the recent spike in cases in Hong Kong. With all the excitement surrounding the first of […] More

  • Andorra: The World

    Andorra: The World’s Largest Co-Principality

    Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonStitcher | RSS | Patreon Transcript Of all the world’s co-principalities, there is one which stands out due to its sheer size. This enormous co-principality dominates all other co-principalities in every measure: land area, population, and GDP. Every other co-principality could fit inside this co-principality with […] More

  • TikTokker's Carry-On "Hack" Gets Him Banned from Spirit Airlines

    TikTokker’s Carry-On “Hack” Gets Him Banned from Spirit Airlines

    Spirit Airlines has reportedly banned a TikTok user from flights for two years because of a carry-on luggage tip the man posted. In an 18-second clip titled “Spirit carry on hack” that was uploaded to the video-sharing platform in September, user @RobKAllDay demonstrated for his nearly 185,000 followers how to use editing software to alter a […] More

  • Are Timeshares a Good Idea?

    Are Timeshares a Good Idea?

    Thinking of buying a timeshare? We explore the pros and cons, and help determine if a timeshare is right for you. Travel has changed in 2020. As travelers, most of us are spending a lot more time on road trips, visiting destinations closer to home, and spending more time in one place. These changes have […] More

  • Staying In Idaho’s Most Famous Spud: The Big Potato Hotel

    Staying In Idaho’s Most Famous Spud: The Big Potato Hotel

    Where we’re at: I’m jumping ahead to share my trip in late August 2020 with Visit Idaho. I’ll jump back into chronological time eventually! Honestly, can you you think of a more a-peel-ing accommodation than this? Groan. Sorry, but I can’t promise that’s the last potato-related pun in my coverage of my trip to Idaho. […] More

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    How much does it cost to travel to the UK? Prices and daily budget

    Some of our links are affiliated, we will earn a commission when you buy a service or product. This will have no extra cost for you. For further info please refer to our Privacy Policy It’s London time! With rolling countryside, millenniums of well-preserved history, and cosmopolitan cities, the United Kingdom is a travel destination […] More

  • Singapore Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble: Your Burning Questions Answered

    Singapore Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble: Your Burning Questions Answered

    The Singapore and Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble is confirmed and we’re taking the first flight out! Photo credit: @alisonpang via Unsplash It’s been a while since we’ve travelled but while we dust off our passports, here are some burning questions you might have about the whole procedure and what’s really going on in Hong […] More

  • Operation London Bridge

    Operation London Bridge

    Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonStitcher | RSS | Patreon Transcript At some point in the future, a phone call will be placed by the private secretary of the Queen to the British Prime Minister. In this call, he will utter the phrase “London Bridge is down”, which will set off […] More

  • The UNESCO World Heritage Program

    The UNESCO World Heritage Program

    Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify | AmazonStitcher | RSS | Patreon Transcript I’m sure everyone has heard of such famous places as the Great Pyramids, the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal.  Besides all being famous landmarks, they have something else in common. They are all UNESCO World […] More

  • Best Gifts for Home Office

    10 Best Gifts For People Who Work From Home • Expert Vagabond

    Best Work From Home Gifts in 2020 Gift Guide Looking for the perfect holiday present for someone who works from home? These are the best work from home gift ideas for remote workers, no matter what your budget. What a mess this year has turned out to be! While I’m a huge fan of working […] More

  • Things to Do in Krakow, Poland

    Things to Do in Krakow, Poland

    One of the oldest market squares, filled with the smell of fresh obwarzanki – one of the most delicious braided ring-shaped bread you will ever eat, a castle that towers over the city, many historical churches, and a cultural cocktail, perfectly mixed in spectacular unity: this is the shortest way in which Krakow can be […] More

  • Canada's Famed Rocky Mountaineer Train Expands to the American West

    Canada’s Famed Rocky Mountaineer Train Expands to the American West

    Lovers of great rail journeys will tell you: The Rocky Mountaineer, a privately owned luxury train that threads through the Canadian Rockies in the summer with special bubble-top viewing carriages, is one of the best on the planet. The train’s bucket list–worthy excursions to Banff, Lake Louise, and Jasper usually sell out many months in […] More

  • BMTM's Epic Black Friday Sale!

    BMTM’s Epic Black Friday Sale!

    Hey all, happy sale time. As I’m sure you’re seeing all around the web, ’tis the season to get things discounted! I’ve struggled with the sometimes wasteful consumerism of this season, and personally, I think the best gifts, to oneself or to others, are experiential. The benefits of learning a new skill or even building […] More

  • Where to Download Free Presets and How to Install Them

    Where to Download Free Presets and How to Install Them

    As a travel photographer who also runs an online photography course, I’m often asked about the value of Lightroom presets. Most users want to know if Lightroom presets are worth it, if they should use them, and my opinion on them. In this guide I’m going to share with you everything you need to know […] More

  • Latest Dining Trend? Rapid Covid-19 Tests at Restaurants

    Latest Dining Trend? Rapid Covid-19 Tests at Restaurants

    What pairs best with a nasal swab—prosecco or champagne? The City Winery restaurant chain is about to ask that question. City Winery locations, dedicated to wine appreciation and live music (in normal times), are currently open in Atlanta, Chicago, New York State’s Hudson Valley, Nashville, and New York City. Outposts in Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C., are temporarily […] More

  • Best Collapsible Duffel Bag in 2020

    Best Collapsible Duffel Bag in 2020

    Getting a collapsible duffel bag might be the best thing for you if you’re always on the road. It helps you travel light, and the best part – you can fit it in a small space, forget all about it, and only use it when you need to. To help you get the best collapsible […] More

  • My Pilgrimage to Disney World

    My Pilgrimage to Disney World

    In July, Walt Disney World in Florida reopened after several months of COVID-related shutdown. When it did finally reopen it wasn’t without a fair amount of controversy, even in spite of the many changes and precautions the company took in order to ensure the safety and well being of its guests. I decided not to […] More

  • 25+ BEST Travel Gifts for Men (That He Will Love)✈️

    25+ BEST Travel Gifts for Men (That He Will Love)✈️

    Searching for the best travel gift ideas for him? We’ve put together a list of the best travel gifts for men for whatever your budget. These gifts are sure to please any man who travels including your husband, boyfriend, son, dad, brother, friend or any other man that loves to travel. Best Travel Gifts for Men / […] More

  • Hit the Road with Flexibility

    Hit the Road with Flexibility

    The following post is sponsored by National Car Rental. All thoughts and oddly constructed sentences though are entirely my own. In a normal year I would use the waning weeks of 2020 to reflect on my travels and start planning new ones for 2021. This of course is not a normal year, but the good […] More

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