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  • Mexico City, Before the Mayan Apocalypse
    on Nov 19, 2010 in Trip Reports mexico namerica
    Did you know that the capital of Mexico is sinking at a rate of 3 inches a year? It has already sunk over 30 feet so far. Being 1 of the most populous cities of the world, increase in water consumption has led to major reduction in the city’s groun...
  • A Round the World Journalist, Photographer, Inspirer
    on Nov 18, 2010 in Interviews
    I‘m not sure if inspirer is a word, but damn it this is my magazine so I’ll use it if I want. And it’s exactly the world I would use to describe this week’s interviewee guest extraordinaire. A true travel professional, she&#...
  • Staycations: Beyond the Hype
    on Nov 17, 2010 in Travel Lifestyle
    Last year, as the global economic situation seemed to be plummeting further and further into the depths of despair, a new travel trend emerged: staycations (or a holistay, in the UK). The concept is simple: you go on vacation at home. The mainstrea...
  • The 10 Best Souks in the WorldMarkets are how early civilizations managed transactions and the exchange of goods. Long before we had streets lined with goods for our cash-filled wallets, sellers would gather en masse wherever they could find a quorum. It only makes sense, right...
  • Four of the Best Places to Visit in Kerala, India
    on Nov 14, 2010 in Trip Reports asia india
    Kerala is the most southwesterly state in India. Often favoured by holiday makers as it is safe and offers plenty of wildlife, decent beaches, interesting culture and some tasty food (if you can get used to having curry for breakfast). We went there...
  • Photo Essay: Olympic Host Cities
    on Nov 12, 2010 in Photo Essays
    Talk is on the rise again about the Olympics, with the London 2012 games just around the corner. It got me thinking about all the times I’ve been travelling, stopped somewhere, and ended up on a former Olypmic grounds. Some sites are more rema...
  • Exploring the Highs (and Lows) of Travel
    on Nov 11, 2010 in Interviews
    Let’s face it: travel has its highs and has its lows. And today’s guests Scott & Kenna have seen it all. And they’re ready for me. On the other hand, though, they also realise that not everybody is ready to jump off cliffs an...
  • Foodies Guide to Sao Paulo, BrazilEditor’s Note:  Special thanks to Marco and Bruno Lucarelli for help compiling this amazing list of the best Sao Paulo restaurants!  Their foodie advice and Brazilian cuisine wisdom is much appreciated. In 2004, Food and Wine magazine called...
  • Shikoku Pilgrimage: Japan’s 88 Temple Adventure
    on Nov 9, 2010 in Trip Reports asia japan
    For any visitor to Japan wanting to get away from the beaten path, Shikoku is one of the best places to start. The smallest of the four main islands, it is also the least populated, with about 4 million inhabitants. A mainly rural island, it is made...
  • Beat the Winter Blues: Sunniest Places in the World
    on Nov 8, 2010 in Ideas and Inspiration sunshine
    Winter is just around the corner, and while some people are busy taking out their winter gear, others are preoccupied with looking for a warmer way to spend the holidays, in a place where the sun seems to shine most of the time. If you think you’re...
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