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While I was running around to capture these photographs from the Star Wars sets in Tunisia, some distance away on top of the car I took to get there was my iPhone 5s, recording a timelapse of the whole experience. (You can literallyShow More Summary
There are almost an infinite number of ways to take an interesting photo of the Chicago Bean; a tourist attraction that sounds incredibly stupid in theory but doesn’t disappoint in person. The post The Endless Angles Of The Chicago Bean appeared first on foXnoMad.
Other than creating your own travel blog it’s tough to share discoveries you’ve made during a trip – like finding one of the world’s best coffee shops in Sibiu – with people in a useful fashion. On the other side, it’s not the easiest...Show More Summary
Representing prayers and more ambiguously the Japanese interpretation of spirituality, worshipers leave incense outside the Kinkaku-ji Temple, a must see in Kyoto, Japan. The post Burning Incense Outside The Kinkaku-ji Temple In Kyoto, Japan appeared first on foXnoMad.
Along the coast of the Western Arm of Traverse City Bay, in Michigan, where the views are almost as good on the plate you’re served. Here’s my full review of Boathouse Restaurant and if you stop in for a visit be sure to get a photo with the charismatic chef. The post Boathouse Restaurant With A View In Traverse City, Michigan appeared first on foXnoMad.
To many visitors the sudden sound of air sirens all across Turkey might come as a surprise, especially given the sight of office workers emptying into the streets and citizens suddenly standing in somber silence. These are the scenes...Show More Summary
China’s financial center Shanghai might be a glamorous city of lights but its Pudong International Airport is a utilitarian facility whose subtle hello contrasts with Shanghai’s intensity. Even the lounges are… well, practical without...Show More Summary
In the nothingness of the Tunisian desert close to the Algerian border, far from any towns, cities, or civilization, is the site where a galaxy far, far, away was filmed. Many of the original Star Wars films were shot across southern Tunisia during the late 1970s and 22 years later, for the prequels, they returned. Show More Summary
Right outside of the main intercity bus station in Tbilisi, Georgia, is the Didube Market. The scene of all for sale – fruits, spices, old books – all with the sounds of aging sedans with modified exhaust pipes in the background. It’s...Show More Summary
Headphones are a lot like mobile phones – a lot of size variation and features but at the core performing the same basic function. What you really want from a good pair of headphones when traveling is excellent sound quality, particularly in noisy environments like airplane cabins. Show More Summary
Whether it’s watching the rivalry of two Eiffel’s over the Douro River or discovering the art and heart of Porto, Portugal’s second-largest city has countless secret spots for observation, especially from above. Sometimes requiring a little bit of permitted trespassing. The post Propreidade Privada, Private Property With A View Over Porto, Portugal appeared first on foXnoMad.
The most surprising thing about Ginza, the posh shopping area of Tokyo, isn’t how bright the lights are but rather how quiet the streets sound. Although it looks like New York City, there’s a calm coordination to people crossing Ginza’s large intersections. Show More Summary
While it’s not surprising that run-of-the-mill travel insurance won’t cover a holiday in Syria (here’s how to get travel insurance coverage when traveling to risky locations) you might not be aware that common activities like skiing, generally aren’t covered either. Show More Summary
In many ways this photograph sums up the state of Tunisia as I found it weeks after the Bardo Museum attacks: on edge and deserted of tourists. There were more soldiers than visitors are almost every famous tourist spot; which may have...Show More Summary
Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport is one of the world’s busiest (13th internationally) with over 56 million passengers traveling through in 2014. With so many people, long lines aren’t uncommon but this little tip can get you around big delays and on to your gate much faster than everyone else. Show More Summary
Kuala Lumpur is one of my top 5 cities for street food and a good place to start is Petaling Street. Just make sure when you arrive to give your searing hot food a moment to cool off, you don’t want to risk a single damaged taste bud and miss out on the wide variety […] The post Hot Barbecue On A Stick: Night Food Out In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia appeared first on foXnoMad.
Although the answer to the question, “should you get travel insurance“, is almost always a reluctant “yes”, a lot of times providers don’t cover the scariest of situations. Countries that are considered dangerous, terrorist acts, and...Show More Summary
Everything is bigger in Texas, even the state Capitol Building dome, which is 6.7 meters (~22 feet) taller than the Capitol in Washington D.C. Tours are free and open almost every day of the year. The post A Look Up Inside The Golden Dome Of The Austin, Texas Capitol Building appeared first on foXnoMad.
Staying in shape is hard enough when you’re not traveling all over the world but there are a lot of covert exercises you can do in an airport that are challenging enough to be worthwhile. Get Your Tracking Software Ready Before getting...Show More Summary
Taken around 8pm as Norwegians hop from bar to bar, drinking away the thought that beers are well over $10 each. The post A Night View Of Downtown Oslo, Norway appeared first on foXnoMad.