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There is a common misconception that there is a specific criterion for what constitutes a vacation. For most, these criteria involve getting on a plane, or traveling some great distance by other means; leaving the...

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New Year’s isn’t just about partying all night long and merrymaking. It’s also about thinking long and hard on the choices you’ve made this year, and about the choices you’re going to make next year....

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Read more about our trip here: http://www.thisworldrocks.com/tag/patagonia/ Learn more about EcoCamp here: http://ecocamp.travel Song: “Way Down We Go” by Kaleo http://www.officialkaleo.com/music...

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Today was our first morning waking up at EcoCamp, and it takes us only one step outside of our dome to be completely in awe of the view.  EcoCamp is built on top of a small ridge,...

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After a 45-hour journey via Santiago, we have finally made it to Chilean Patagonia!  The final eight hours of our journey took place this morning with a flight from Santiago to Punta Arenas, followed by a...

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When it comes to choosing travel destinations, I never have a shortage of methods on how to decide where I go next.  There are places I’ve dreamed about forever, places inspired by history or wonder, places I’ve heard...

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50 77 Awesome Travel Blog Name Ideas When I was getting ready to launch my travel blog, I had a really tough time picking a name for the blog.  In reality, the name of a travel...

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The Bucket List.  It’s your ever-growing ‘do before I die’ list that is full of vacation destinations, adventures, and good times.  I don’t have a bucket list myself, but that doesn’t mean I hate the idea...

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How do you make money while traveling? That’s the number one question I get on my blog, with at least one email a week asking me about money.  Here is the problem with this question:...

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About a year and a half ago, while in Vietnam, I met an “addicted to traveling” couple from Germany.  They were just two of the hundreds of travelers I’ve met during my time abroad.  However, something...

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