As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
6) Landmannalaugar, Iceland 18) Jökulsárlón, Iceland 12) Drakensberg, South Africa 4) Sossusvlei, Namibia 5) Rottnest Island
9-C&O Canal National Historical Park- District of Columbia, Maryland, West Virginia (Photo credit: National Park Service
Road tripping is my favorite form of travel, and I think that the world needs to embrace the beauty of going off the beaten path and finding the well-kept secrets around them.
We need collaboration more than ever, and here's why. Collaboration is not "here's all of my ideas; you can look but don't touch." Collaboration is sharing views but more importantly being open to others' perspectives and ideas. We need each other to grow, to be stronger, smarter, better, together.
Anyone who travels a lot knows that despite all the glossy pictures on social media, traveling is not glamourous. It can
Isle of Skye, Scotland First is The Storr, a famous hill located on the island's northeastern Trotternish peninsula. This
-That being said, any hike through mountainous terrain poses risks. Despite the well-marked trails and the amount of accommodation
Major nightlife scene. 17th Century churches. Your must-sees and must-dos: As our jet dropped below cloud level, I was taken
'Explorers, In the pursuit of The Terra Cognita', invites artists to consider the idea of exploration in the contemporary
Several years ago, I left the United States for the first time to study abroad in London. I was hungry for adventure and
Stretching 95 scenic miles from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset, England's Jurassic Coast is rich with history, charm, and traditional sights, sounds, and tastes.
When I was a junior at the University of Vermont, I told my study abroad adviser only two things; I'll go anywhere in the world, but it has to be cheap. As student loans began piling up, my parents were less than enthused about the prospect of spending even more money on a trip abroad.
Bruce Poon Tip, author Of "Do Big Small Things," believes that travel is the best way you can grow and gives us tips on how to be an explorer, not a tourist.
There is something enticing about the idea of an island getaway. Though there are thousands of island destinations to choose from all over the world, there is one island that expert travelers do not want to share with you.
Recently my parents made a drastic life change: the moved into an RV. At 50 years old, my parents sold the house (and most of the belongings in it), and sold my dad's company he started twelve years ago. They loaded into an RV with no plans or site reservations and hit the road.
If your best friend was visiting Lexington what would you have them do? A perfect day in Lexington would have to be in either
Adventure. A word that can mean something different for everyone and spark a deep sense of emotion that might even be hard to put into words, but instead brings up a big smile or lights up our face.
While I consider myself a global citizen, I am a PROUD Canadian, born and raised in Toronto. I was born at the now-defunct Northwestern General Hospital, spent my formative years kicking around Keele and Eglinton Streets, and my mom still lives in Mississauga. Not Mississippi, Mississauga.