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Jack of Do You Travel tours California with the Huawei P9

Take a look through Jack from @DoYouTravel’s lens, as he took the #HuaweiP9’s superb camera around the dusty bike trails of the Californian desert, capturing long days and cool nights. #OO [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

An Adventurer's Guide to Summer: Hotel Horseplay

In one of my earliest adventures, as a tween in the 80s, I took a mini-road trip with a friend and her folks. We visited a sweet little craft community in Indiana-just far enough away from home to feel we had traveled, but far less than...Show More Summary

American Heroes Air Show Seattle: It Was a Good Rainy Time

The traveling American Heroes Air Show visited Seattle's Museum of Flight on May 21 for the first time since 2012. The helicopters-only show, which was held in Austin earlier in May and is scheduled for Los Angeles in June, does not feature traveling aircraft. Show More Summary

10 places you should visit in Europe this year, according to Lonely Planet

While Europe has long been a popular travel destination, it still has plenty of hidden gems to be explored. Lonely Planet recently released its Best in Europe list, which highlights the top 10 European destinations travelers should visit...Show More Summary

A Polite and Respectful Society: Adopting Japanese Norms to Business

I love to travel, and no matter where I go-beach or bustling metropolis- I enjoy learning from the areas I visit and identifying customs that may be applicable to business. My two week trip this spring to Japan offered many practices to consider adopting to enhance your business culture. Show More Summary

Great Canadian Adventure: Quebec Girl Looks to Beat World Travel Records

22-year-old Stephanie Tavares of Vaudreuil, Quebec is an ambitious young woman, planning to beat three Guinness world records while visiting every country on earth (that's 201 UN-recognized states!) in a three year period. Speaking to Sputnik, Tavares shared the details of her trip, and explained what it was that motivated her to make the journey.

I spent 10 days riding a motorbike through the mountains of Vietnam, and it was the greatest adventure of my life

Back in 2008, I spent a summer abroad in China as part of my MBA studies. When my studies concluded, I had the chance to travel around Southeast Asia, visiting Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. And while the entire summer was amazing, nothing was quite like the motorbike trip I took over my last 10 days in Asia. Show More Summary

'Avengers' stars surprise Southern California teen battling leukemia

Film stars Gwyneth Paltrow, Robert Downey Jr. and Chris Evans made a surprise visit to El Cajon on Monday morning to support a local teen battling cancer. The three stars traveled from Hollywood to see 18-year-old Marvel Comics superfan Ryan Wilcox, a junior at Grossmont High School who has been...

Killed Taliban Leader Revealed Traveling 19 Times to Dubai, Twice to Iran

Murdered Taliban leader allegedly used to travel to Dubai 19 times and visit Iran twice, the Pakistani press reported Tuesday.

12 Reasons You Need to Visit Rio de Janeiro

When it comes to travel bucket lists, the city of Rio de Janeiro on the southern coast of Brazil should exist somewhere in your top five bullets. The entire country has the power to blow you away, but Rio, specifically, will leave you speechless. Show More Summary

US ex-POW in Japan to travel with Obama to Hiroshima

TOKYO (AP) — An American held by Japan as a prisoner of war during World War II and forced to work in a copper mine has been invited to accompany President Barack Obama on his historic visit to Hiroshima this week, a U.S. veterans group said.

Episode 412: If I Wanna Get On The Bus, I Can Get On The Bus

On the Overthinking It podcast, we talk about the process of traveling: not the mind-expanding ritual of visiting foreign lands, but the minute by minute grind of being in transit. Also: The Happiest Chewbacca. Episode 412: If I Wanna...Show More Summary

U.S. Bans Federal Workers from Visiting Acapulco

While Acapulco, Mexico, might still conjure up visions of a tropical beach vacation, the city is now one of the most violent in Mexico. Last month U.S. officials issued a travel advisory that government personnel are prohibited from traveling to much of the state of Guerrero -- including Acapulco. Show More Summary

Funeral arrangements for James King – please help if you can.

Funeral arrangements for James King have been announced. His family and friends wanted to wait a few days to allow his many, many friends in the music world to make plans to travel and attend. Viewing and visitation is scheduled for Monday, May 23, from […]

Dispelling Myths of the Border

Growing up along the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez border, the interrelation of our two communities is ingrained in our DNA. It's part of everyday life; waking up on one side of the border, traveling to the other for work, to visit relatives or enjoy some good food; and then heading back home with the hundreds of people that cross the border daily. Show More Summary

15 Towns to Visit on Lake Como

Even in a country filled with delights, Lake Como sits at the top of many wish lists for travelers visiting Italy. A popular retreat for aristocrats and the wealthy going back to Roman times, this Y-shaped lake continues to exert a powerful...Show More Summary

The Equal Protection in Travel Act: Necessary to Correct Our Mistakes

While many across the world are busy planning summer vacations to visit family and loved ones, thousands of people's ability to do so has been restrained and unfairly burdened at the hands of Congress. Why? The sole explanation is because...Show More Summary

Will the United States Soon End the Arms Embargo on Vietnam?

Joshua Kurlantzick Security, Asia A big question as Obama soon heads to Asia.  This weekend, President Obama will travel to Vietnam, making the third U.S. presidential visit to the country since the end of the Vietnam War. Obama’s trip, which will also include a stop in Japan, will encompass several priorities. Show More Summary

Jordan Barrett Visits Bulgaria for Valley Eyewear Campaign

Australian brand Valley Eyewear travels to Bulgaria for its new campaign entitled The Happening. Valley founder Michael Crawley dreamed up a dramatic outing, taking the brand to the picturesque Balkin Mountains for an adventure starring models Jordan Barrett and Natalie Sole. Show More Summary

How many of these 25 top landmarks have you visited? Machu Picchu is No. 1

TripAdvisor travelers love Peru's Machu Picchu and the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool in Washington. The two sites were ranked, respectively, as the No. 1 landmarks in the world and in the U.S. Machu Picchu draws just over a million visitors a year to the 15th century Inca ruins in a remote area...

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