Eating Well and Not Dying: Avoiding Food Poisoning while Traveling

If you go…almost anywhere and don’t eat the street food, friend I am sorry to tell you You Are Doing It Wrong. Who doesn’t want to eat a bat on a stick? Or a choco-avocado smoothie? (I see more hands for the second one, I don’t know why, avocados are disgusting. Yes, I’m really from California, I have photo ID to prove it.) If you don’t eat street food you are missing out on a huge part of travel, and quite frankly, I have definitely gotten food poisoning more from restaurants than street food anyway.

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5 Books to Give You Serious Wanderlust

I love reading, if I could find a way to get paid to do nothing but read, I'd be a happy camper. Sadly I have yet to find such a perfect job. Instead I settle for reading when I can, mostly after work and on weekends. I also come from a family that loves to read. I can't even begin to guess how many books have passed through my childhood home. In all that time I have found a few books that have stocked the flames of my travel addiction. They have ignited something with in me that many other books couldn't, they leave me up all night imagining how it feels to walk their streets, taste the flavors on my lips and see the sites I've only ever dreamed about. 

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Interview with Anne and Jackie from Dual Voyage

We are both from Melbourne, Australia. Ever since we could remember, we travelled growing up with the family. Whether it be camping trips or family vacation to the beach, we were always on the go. I guess this kind of spiked our desire to travel and see more of this beautiful world. 

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Ghost Tours and Other Nontraditional Tours

It’s Halloween time once again and in honor of one of my favorite holidays my sister, Laurel, and I have decided to share one of our favorite travel activities, ghost tours! We have a habit of looking for ghost tours, haunted houses and ‘murder walks’ in every major city we go to. If they have one, we will take it.

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Gili Air and the Island Life

Located off the north west side of island of Lombok, sits three small islands; Gili Air, Gili Meno and Gili Trawangan. Gili Air sits closest to Lombok, and remains one of the quieter and calmer islands compared to the larger and more popular Gili Trawangan. In a sea of paradise Gili Air is a hidden gem of lad back days and chill nights.

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Bali Ha’i is Calling: Ubud, Monkey Forest, Jimbaran and the Dream of Bali

The island of Bali, is where the majority of Indonesia’s Hindu population lives and it is evident everywhere. Small offerings are scattered throughout the city streets so watch where you step. Statues of Hindu gods and deities can appear anywhere and are often decorated with a black and white checkered cloth and either real or fake flowers.

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6 Tips for the Female Traveler

Traveling is a learning experience. It's not just about the history of the place you're going, the things to see and foods to eat. It's about learning who you are. The way you handle stressful situations, how you deal with being in unfamiliar environments and hopefully, meeting your self somewhere along the way. 

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What Spending One Month In Thailand Taught Me

Coming from a small place in a small country, I've never traveled outside Europe, never been on a plane, never been away from home for more than two weeks, except one time when I was visiting my brother in Switzerland for one month. But this year, in April, me and my partner traveled to Thailand for a month... 

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The Northern California Bucket List

This year, I fulfilled a dream I've had for as long as I can remember: to visit California. (It's also been a lifelong dream to live there, too, but visiting comes first, right?) It really wasn't something I had thought I would be doing anytime soon—maybe never, if you saw where my life was a year ago. 

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A Road Map to Greece: How to easily navigate Greece and her islands

I was recently asked by a fellow blogger about the best ways to get around Greece. After our conversation I thought back on my own adventures and how intimidating it can be to try and navigate through a country when you’ve never been there before.

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An Interview with Anastasia Allison: Adventurepreneur, Wanderer and Entrepreneur

Hey Wanderers! I have another fellow wanderer to introduce you to. Anastasia Allison has wandered for years learning tips and adventures that she shares on her Instagram and blog. So sit back relax and meet an amazing woman who has learned to turn her passion into a life style.

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How to Travel Solo/Travel Tips

Traveling is a much-loved leisure for many people but solo travelling can add an amazing experience to your journey. Everyone loves travelling to new places and explore new things. Travelling alone can be great sometimes. When you travel solo, you have to keep mind some vital things. Being a wanderlust, I love travelling to new places every now and then, and thought to share a few tips with you people of travelling alone.

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Unusual Europe: Vienna's Forgotten Amusement Park Böhmischer Prater

Everything seems from another era and you will feel like you are caught in a whimsical dream land. Vintage carousels, accompanied by music from a barrel organ contain lovely old painted wooden horses named Rosi and Norbert.

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