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The 2014 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival June 12-56, 2014 in Manchester, Tennessee Tickets are currently on sale, but only Price Level 4 are left at $284.50+ 80,000+ attendees descend on Manchester every June and...

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Let’s face it, none of us are perfect.  We work a little bit every day at improving our ability to be part-time or full-time travel bloggers, all with different goals and ideas of what exactly...

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Six Must-Dos in Sri Lanka

January 3, 2014

1. Go whale watching Nearby whale migration routes have created a popular whale-watching industry. Most trips even claim a 95% chance of seeing a whale. Check out Dan’s post about our experience whale watching. 2....

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When we look back on our travels and pick our favorite places we usually notice patterns or things that these places all have in common.  Cheap accommodation, friendly people, great weather, just to name a...

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Travel Apps We Love: Part 2

November 30, 2013

In my first iPhone travel apps guide, I wrote about Maps with Me Pro and Trail Wallet, both of which I still recommend and use daily.  I also mentioned TripAdvisor City Guides, which I use...

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The largest and most populous continent, Asia, is a mix of antiquity and historical brilliance, as well as western influences. If you want to go to bustling cities, with vibrant night-life and busy markets, you...

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Now that we’ve had time at home, taking a break from our break, and telling our stories to family and friends, I’ve had more time to reflect on the awesomeness of our life in 2013...

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This long-overdue guide explains how we made our dreams of long-term travel come true. The process is different for everyone, so I’m not saying this is what YOU should do, but this is what we...

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It’s important to stay fit while traveling, and our favorite fitness activity to find is yoga classes.  Yoga is becoming more and more popular around the world, and English-spoken classes are popping up from small...

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Bangkok can be an overwhelming city to visit for the first time, and choosing where to stay is always the first stress test to face.  After over seven visits to the bustling Thai capital, we’ve...

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