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This post was contributed by Nicole Prefontaine. The Danish term “Hygge” is surely familiar to many, but if you’ve never heard it before, it is...
December 10, 2018
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I’ve always heard cruises are like moving hotels with dashing room service, phenomenal entertainment services, and food service like no other place on the planet....
By Raphaella Brice
December 07, 2018
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This week, I’m going to take a moment to throw it back to my first ever solo trip to San Francisco! This trip was over...
By Tyler Burgese
December 05, 2018
This post was contributed by Laura Ng. I always thought I would die in a city. That I would live a life of fast cars...
December 03, 2018
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Travel is entirely rewarding. However, the most rewarding thing about traveling while black is meeting other black travelers who connect with you on such a deep,...
November 30, 2018
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This post was contributed by Gaby Napoli. When anyone asks me what my favorite country I’ve ever visited is, my answer will always and forever...
November 29, 2018
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This post was contributed by Sophie Jacoba den Hartog. This summer, after maybe having watched Mamma Mia a “few” too many times, my childhood best...
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This post was contributed by Trevor McDonald. “What are your plans after graduation?” my best friend asked over our pumpkin spice lattes. “Backpacking through Europe,” I...
November 21, 2018
This post was contributed by Nikitas Filosofof. I am 17, and I’ve already been to 3 countries all by myself – yep, without parents and...
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This post was contributed by Hayfa Awshan. Writing this post has probably taken me this long because, as banal as it may sound, I...
November 20, 2018
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Just to clarify, I don’t think there is anyone who wants to do long distance. Can you imagine waking up next to the love of...
A year before I celebrated my 18th birthday in Krakow, I spent my 17th birthday in China. This was the first time I’d ever had...
By Harriet Corns
November 16, 2018
Ah, airports. The Twilight Zone of travel. Where else could you find businesswomen sipping espresso in pantsuits and tennis shoes, a man wearing a neck...
By Julia Hamilton
November 15, 2018
I was planning on naming this post ‘My ideal day in Paris,’ but to be honest, so many days here are ideal, and so different...
By Alyssa Perrott
November 14, 2018
Prague Day 2 starts at a ripe 9pm, when I got a text from my good friend from LA, Cassy, with whom I had gone...
By Damon Dominique