Traveler's Test
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Visit Alaska, a jewel from the imperial bargain bin!

Visit Alaska, a jewel from the imperial bargain bin!

Exactly 150 years ago, Russia struggled to convince the United States to purchase Alaska for less than $5 per square kilometer (about 2 cents per acre
Could you stop traveling for a year? (Think twice and say yes!)

Could you stop traveling for a year? (Think twice and say yes!)

The challenge: try not to travel for a particular period of time – it could be one month or one year – to rediscover your wanderlust.  This is a chal
How to visit the Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan

How to visit the Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan

The challenge: peer over the edge of the real-life, ever-burning crater known as the Gates of Hell Most travel ads promise you Heaven on Earth, but i
Tokyo captures the heart of Japan with localgrapher

Tokyo captures the heart of Japan with localgrapher

Both the political capital and cultural heart of Japan, Tokyo has become a world-famous travel destination. Due to the renovation efforts after World
Anghelu Ruju: visit a fairy house in Sardinia

Anghelu Ruju: visit a fairy house in Sardinia

The challenge: visit a fairy house in Sardinia and create your own fairy tale My favorite attractions are those that don't have a red rope to keep y
5 American waterfalls to bathe in

5 American waterfalls to bathe in

The challenge: bathe under a waterfall This is the story of how I challenged myself to swim under each and every waterfall I saw during my trip to Ma
The foodie’s bucket list around the world

The foodie’s bucket list around the world

We challenge you: Make food your number one reason to travel and devour as many local dishes as you can! Food plays an essential role in my life. I'v
The Hawaiian Islands – where each successive wave is like a sculptor’s hand

The Hawaiian Islands – where each successive wave is like a sculptor’s hand

The Hawaiian Islands were born of fire thousands of feet below the surface in the icy cold waters on the Pacific Ocean floor. A rupture in the earth’s
10 lessons from Buddhism to guide you when you travel

10 lessons from Buddhism to guide you when you travel

You don't need to be a Buddhist to borrow some spiritual wisdom and integrate it into your (traveler's) life. As traveling itself is one of the best
Sustainable Travel: why it matters? (Part II)

Sustainable Travel: why it matters? (Part II)

Getting to know unknown places and communities widens our horizons and helps us forget the chores of daily life. But our happiness comes at a high
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