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|Archived Since:||June 9, 2008|
The editorial team at Everything Everywhere likes to keep with the times. We’ve noticed a great many travel publications all publishing their list of places to visit in 2018 and we didn’t want to be left behind. We’ve studied all the...Show More Summary
I like to travel and I like to read. These two things shouldn’t be in conflict. In fact, they usually complement each other quite nicely. However, I discovered just a few month’s into my travels back in 2007 that I had a big problem….several problems Books are heavy. If you have ever had to move … Continue reading "The Item Which Revolutionized My Travels"
Jen Leo and Chris Christensen and myself are joined by this week’s guests Marilyn and Matt from Words with Winos about teaching English as a Foreign Language, with a special appearance by Jen’s daughter Cora talking about her first travel writing assignment. Show More Summary
To many people, Greece is known mainly as a country with beautiful turquoise colored waters, vivid architecture, and delicious cuisine. While this is true, Greece is also rich with history. Greece is home to over 18 unique UNESCO sites that you can visit. Show More Summary
This month’s image is of the Seven Color Hill in Purmamarca, Argentina. 1920×1200 | 1920×1080 | 1600×1200 | 1680×1050 | 1600×900 1440×900 | 1280×1024 | 1280×800 | 1024×768 iPad | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus | iPhone X 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac
Regular hosts Gary Arndt and Chris Christensen are joined by joined by other attendees of the TBEX Europe 2017 Conference in Kilkenny, Ireland. This episode was recorded on a bus from the TBEX pre-event summit. Our guests include: Rick...Show More Summary
Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guests Mike and Anne Howard from honeytrek.com, authors of National Geographic, Ultimate Journeys for Two This Week’s News: Tourists in Mexico join rescuers to save lives Tourists:...Show More Summary
Please leave a review on iTunes for the new show! In this episode, we kick off a new season of Global Travel Conspiracy with guest Cory Lee who travels around the world in a wheelchair. He shares travel tips with disabled travelers around the world. Show More Summary
Wat Hup Ta Khrot temple left an indelible mark on my psyche. Not only because it was the first major temple complex we visited in Thailand, but it also introduced me to Thai polytheism. The idea that different gods and even religions...Show More Summary
This month’s image was taken in Rjukan, Telemark, Norway 1920×1200 | 1920×1080 | 1600×1200 | 1680×1050 | 1600×900 1440×900 | 1280×1024 | 1280×800 | 1024×768 iPad | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac
This month’s image was taken in the Texas Panhandle 1920×1200 | 1920×1080 | 1600×1200 | 1680×1050 | 1600×900 1440×900 | 1280×1024 | 1280×800 | 1024×768 iPad | iPhone 6&7 | iPhone 6&7 Plus 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac
Nestled in the upper north east corner of Spain and Catalonia, sandwiched between Barcelona and the French border, is the city and region of Girona. I spent the winter of 2014-15 living in Girona for three months. I had the pleasure to see much of the province as well as experience Christmas, Three Kings Day, … Continue reading "Images of Girona"
This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and I are joined by this week’s guest Bhaskar Krishnamurthy, photographer and documentary filmmaker of “Elephants in the Coffee” Subscribe on iTunes This Week’s News: Chinese tourists arrested for...Show More Summary
Overview Lake Mead National Recreation Area is located in southern Nevada and western Arizona along the Colorado River and Lake Mead, which is the reservoir created along the Colorado River by the Hoover Dam. It also included the smaller Lake Mojave which is created by the Davis Dam. Show More Summary
Overview Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument in Nevada is one of the newest additions to the National Park Service, having been established in 2014 as a national monument. Given its recent addition to the park service, the site is still under developed and there is little in the way of interpretative or visitor services. Show More Summary
Every month over at the Travel Photography Academy, we do a travel photography webinar with a professional photographer, interviewing them with an eye on their type of photography, what they would share with beginning photographers no matter their focus, and talking about how they get some of their best shots. Show More Summary
The national parks of the United States and Canada are some of the greatest in the world. However, most of the attention is taken up by the superstar parks like Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Banff. Each of these parks gets millions of visitors...Show More Summary
From the World Heritage inscription: Historic settlement mounds, known as tels, are characteristic of the flatter lands of the eastern Mediterranean, particularly in Lebanon, Syria, Israel and eastern Turkey. Of more than 200 such mounds...Show More Summary
After a year away, I’m bringing back the Global Travel Conspiracy! I had some issues with the podcast network which was producing the show so I walked away from it. I didn’t get screwed over or anything, it just wasn’t a good fit. Recently, I got access to the show and we decided to relaunch … Continue reading "Global Travel Conspiracy, Episode 44 – Update!"
This month’s image was taken in the Ramon Crater, Israel 1920×1200 | 1920×1080 | 1600×1200 | 1680×1050 | 1600×900 1440×900 | 1280×1024 | 1280×800 | 1024×768 iPad | iPhone 6&7 | iPhone 6&7 Plus 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac