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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

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