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Todd Barry wrote a book, celebrating at The Bell House ++ other tour dates

For his new book 'Thank You For Coming to Hattiesburg,' Todd Barry played shows in "secondary markets" all over the US, Canada and a few in Israel. The result is part travel guide, part tour diary, with a little memoir in there as well... Continue reading…

This Week in Travel – Episode 215

This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and myself are joined by Leon Logothetis – TV Host, Speaker, World Traveler and Author of “Live, Love, Explore” and “The Kindness Diaries” Subscribe on iTunes This Week’s News: Gogobot Rebrands to Trip.com With Artificial Intelligence App – Skift Starwood Launches Keyless Room Access | Fodor’s Travel Tourists in […]

Rwanda's gorillas become new face of climate change

There are less than 900 mountain gorillas left in the world, and their fight for survival is getting even harder. Climate change is forcing the apes to travel farther for food. In our continuing series, "The Climate Diaries," Mark Phillips went to the mountains of Rwanda to see what else is putting these endangered animals in harm's way.

My Secret Formula for the Perfect Instagram Travel Diary

On the occasion of WIRED's first collaboration with our sibling magazine Condé Nast Traveler, here's the right way to chronicle your journeys on Instagram. The post My Secret Formula for the Perfect Instagram Travel Diary appeared first on WIRED.

Photo Diary: Warschau

Photo Diary Warschau mit Tipps für deinen perfekten Wochenendtrip in die polnische Hauptstadt: Essen, trinken, schlafen und weitere Tipps findest du hier. Read more Photo Diary: Warschau by Travel with Massi.

A travel diary about getting lost on the most isolated island in Japan

2 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In 2009, illustrator Florent Chavouet decided to shrug off city life and get lost somewhere off the beaten path. Way off the beaten path. Stating, “The country [Japan] claims more than four thousand islands. But I only know two," asShow More Summary

Lingua Franca and Sabir in "Four Months in Algeria" (1859)

I recently finished reading Four Months in Algeria, a travel diary by the English Rev. J. W. Blakesley published in 1859. It's mostly rather superficial - he couldn't speak Arabic, and spent most of his time with French soldiers and German settlers - but enlivened by occasional insights. Show More Summary

14.16 – MU Plus+ Podcast

After getting the dirt on the channeling cult leader pulling the strings of Korean politics we investigate the travel diaries of Nina Epton and the Mystics of Java. We then look at cases of psychic children, more tales of “invisi-kids” and a rather unfortunate case of “Laser...

The Vampire Diaries: I Traveled to Mystic Falls, and This Is What Happened

3 months agoEntertainment : BuzzSugar

Have you ever watched The Vampire Diaries and thought to yourself, "Man, I really wish I could visit Mystic Falls"? Well, you can! The show may be set in Virginia, but the real place is actually in Covington, GA. Not only is the town a fanatic's dream come true, but it also has quite the history with movies and TV shows. Show More Summary

Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor finds meaning in the mundane

It's difficult to look at Diaries of a Spaceport Janitor and not be impressed. The whole of the game is set in a bustling alien bazaar that's rife with exotic goods and fortune-seeking travelers. At any moment, Diaries resembles a lo-fi...Show More Summary

Reader’s Diary: Frank Lima’s ‘Incidents of Travel in Poetry’

5 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

“There are several Puerto / Ricans on the avenue today, which / makes it beautiful and warm,” wrote Frank O’Hara in “A Step Away from Them.” It was 1956, the day after Jackson Pollock’s funeral.

Camille Becerra’s Photo Diary of Rockaway Beach

5 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Weekend With is an ongoing Instagram series that features places we'd like to be, captured by people we like. Follow @thecut on Instagram to join in, and tag your photos with #weekendwith when you travel somewhere new. A balanced and beautiful Instagram is only a tiny slice of Camille Becerra's life as ... More »

Life Is Beautiful In The 'Cameraperson' Trailer, Which Introduces A Filmmaker's Globe-Trotting Diary

5 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Kristen Johnson has spent more than two decades behind cameras. As a documentary cinematographer, she has traveled to Darfur, Brooklyn, Afghanistan, Missouri, Texas, Nigeria and Bosnia, capturing life in its varied forms. Over the years,...Show More Summary

A Cartoonist Travels in China: Xiamen and Leaving China

Earlier this year, the cartoonist Edward Steed spent a month travelling in China. Each day this week we will be publishing an extract from his travel diary.

Shore to Shore Tour Diary at the Guardian

As part of their “Shore to Shore Tour,” poets Carol Ann Duffy, Gillian Clarke, Imtiaz Dharker, and Jackie Kay are traveling across the U.K. and reporting back to the Guardian with their responses and reflections on a changing nation. Read their complete tour diary here. From Imtiaz Dharker’s latest update: The map of the country […]

Travel Diaries Morocco ft. Flo Jung

The German windsurfer Flo Jung was in Morocco and released a clip with some nice shots. The post Travel Diaries Morocco ft. Flo Jung appeared first on Continentseven.

A Visa for Che, the Young Traveler

This printed pink travel visa with an attached passport photo of a brooding Ernesto (Che) Guevara was issued on Sept. 9, 1953—after the trip made famous in The Motorcycle Diaries but before he became a Marxist leader. He was a 25-year-old...Show More Summary

Tehran Diary: The Lives Projected onto Public and Private Spaces

7 months agoArts : Hyperallergic

TEHRAN — Traveling from the center to the north of Tehran reveals the city’s multiple elevations: topographical, architectural, and economic.

PHOTOS: This Is Certainly One Way To Keep A Travel Diary

8 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Cobalto is billed as the “travel diary” of an Italian photographer based in Venice, Italy. We’ll be honest — we’re not exactly sure what that means. But it goes without saying that this visual artist shares an appreciation for the same male form that shows up in some of the statues of his home town, and [...]

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