Blog Profile / foXnoMad


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Filed Under:Lifestyle / Travel
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Archived Since:May 7, 2010

Blog Post Archive

Is It Still Possible To Visit Socotra Island?

last monthLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

The Socotra archipelago, particularly its main island, is one of the most neglected tourism destinations in the world. A big part of the reason, in addition to Socotra’s remote location in the Arabian Sea, is that it’s Yemeni territory. Show More Summary

Is This The Most Boring Place In The World?

last monthLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

The Best City To Visit Travel Tournament I run every year on this site is often controversial for a wide variety of reasons. 2017’s winner, Granada, Spain (yay!) wasn’t a surprising result for many of you who voted but the city it beat...Show More Summary

My Camera Was Stolen In Argentina 7 Years Ago, Now I Finally Have The Pictures

last monthLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

In 2010 I visited Argentina for the first time, taking countless photos of the tasty foods and scenic views of Buenos Aires. I left Argentina with all of those pictures but when I landed in Santiago, Chile, they were gone. Along with my camera. Show More Summary

Small, Ergonomic, Revolutionary? A Review Of The Penclic R3 Wireless Mouse

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

The Penclic R3 Wireless Mouse is a rethinking of how you should use the gadget you probably touch most during a given day. Traditional mice put your arm in an unnatural position, causing wrist, elbow, shoulder, or even back pain from using one. Show More Summary

A 15 Year Old Explains How To Get Hamilton Tickets Easily For List Price

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

This is a guest post by 15 year old writer and #1 Potterhead Brian Selcik, a student at the Metropolitan School of the Arts. Brian has previously been a guest here before, writing how you can plan your very own Harry Potter tour in London. Show More Summary

How The DJI Drone Repair Service Works And How Much It Costs

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Crashing a drone, even one with obstacles avoidance sensors like the DJI Mavic Pro, isn’t hard at all. Small falls from a desk can also put your drone out of commission, easily damaging the sensitive camera lens or gimble. For thoseShow More Summary

What To Expect And How To Access The Internet In Cuba

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

There are few major cities in the world where you can sit down, open your laptop, and see absolutely no wireless networks available in the wifi list. That’s because the Internet is extremely restricted in Cuba so in many cases, even in Havana, it will be impossible to get online. Show More Summary

12 Things To Know Before Flying Your First Drone (So You Don’t Crash It)

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Drones offer a photographic flexibility no tripod can but are powerful, delicate aircraft that are surprisingly easy to crash. I learned this the fast, hard way, as you can see in the video above: by crashing a new DJI Mavic Pro right into a tree branch on my second day of flying. Show More Summary

The Bags And Other Non-Electronic Gear I Travel With (And Highly Recommend For Travelers)

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

I carry a lot of electronics and when I recently posted all of the gadgets I travel with, many of you sent me messages asking what that gear was kept in. We often focus on the complex items, forgetting about the simple, yet critical bags, covers, and cases that protect our valuables. Show More Summary

The Tech Gear And Gadgets I Travel Around The World With: April 2017

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

The gadgets I travel with, including the laptop I’m typing this on right now, enable me to run a business, share my travels with you, plus stay connected from all over the world. Electronics are an essential component to the lifestyle...Show More Summary

Momo Man At Berlin’s Street Food Fair Will Make You And Your Stomach Very Happy

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Beating in the center of Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighborhood is a weekly street food festival that brings together artisans cooking up the best non-menu items from all around the world. Reflective of Kreuzberg itself, once the shunned, poor, and mainly foreign part of town, street food is being embraced for many of those now exotic qualities. Show More Summary

How To Fly With Your Dog And Make Sure You Both Have A Great Flight

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

This is a guest post by Stephanie Yoder, a girl who can’t sit still! She writes about everything related to Millennial travel at Why Wait to See the World? (formerly Twenty-Something Travel). Owning a dog is just the best: long walks and cuddles on the couch from an eternally loyal best friend. Show More Summary

After Years Of Coming Close, Granada, Spain, Finally Wins The Best City To Visit Tournament

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

The Best City to Visit Travel Tournament is often unpredictable in predictable ways. A Romanian city advancing deep into the tournament is certainly no anomaly (they’ve been in the Championship for the past 5 consecutive years) but like in 2016, the Iberian Peninsula has stopped them one shy of the win. Show More Summary

How To Protect The Data On Your Laptop When Crossing International Borders

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

The number of digital devices being searched at international borders, like airports, has jumped in many countries. Recently, I wrote how you can protect your phone when traveling across international borders, but laptops are fair game as well. Show More Summary

The Best City To Visit 2017 Championship: Vote For Granada Or Campina

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Beginning more than a month ago, the initial 64 cities nominated by you for The Best City To Visit Travel Tournament 2017, are down to two countries who are no strangers to the contest. Although the Romanian streak was stopped last year...Show More Summary

How Travel Changes From Your Twenties To Your Thirties

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

This is a guest post by Stephanie Yoder, a girl who can’t sit still! She writes about everything related to Millennial travel at Why Wait to See the World? (formerly Twenty-Something Travel).  I started traveling prolifically in my early twenties. Show More Summary

Four Cities Across Three Continents, Vote For Your Favorite Two In Best City 2017

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

One of the most diverse groups of 64 for The Best City To Visit Travel Tournament is down to a wide-reaching Final Four. Australia, Europe, and North America face off in polls that have tightened with each round. Your votes determine...Show More Summary

A Review Of HotelsCombined: A Hotel Search Engine For Hotel Booking Sites

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Hotel booking sites are generally a cluster of links, rates, and options that are often more overwhelming than useful. Eventually you stumble on to a hotel with a decent rating and low rate, simply to end the laborious search process. Show More Summary

There Are 8 Cities Left: Vote For Your Final Four In The Best City 2017 Contest

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

Over the past 3 weeks your votes have eliminated 56 cities from 2017 The Best City To Visit Travel Tournament. Now there are a remaining 8, all with strong support, and ready to get into the Final Four. Those of you who nominated cities...Show More Summary

How American Expats Can Lower (Or Eliminate) Their Taxes Back Home

3 months agoLifestyle / Travel : foXnoMad

This is a guest post by Olivier Wagner, a Certified Public Accountant, U.S. immigrant, expat, and perpetual traveler who preaches the philosophy of being a worldly American. In his new book, U.S. Taxes for Worldly Americans, he usesShow More Summary

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