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10 Lesser Known Places to Visit in 2015

There are a lot of places in the world to see, but some are more worth the effort than others. This is a list of some lesser known places and others that are quickly changing and deserve to be seen as they currently are. 10. Budapest, Hungary Budapest is the poor man's

11 Things All Americans Should Know

For almost eight of the last 15 years of my life, I've lived outside of America. Most of that time was spent in Asia, but I also lived in Southern Africa and have traveled extensively through Europe, and Central and South America. I won't bore you with all the exact details,

So Men Can’t Even Say Hi Now?

What's the big deal? It was mostly just a bunch of guys saying hi and giving a woman compliments, right? In case you've been living under a rock and don't know what Im talking about, a Youtube video recently went viral in which a woman was secretly filmed walking around

10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Trip

I really believe that traveling abroad, however it's done, is better than not traveling at all with the exception of all inclusive resorts. While that kind of trip is great for relaxing, it doesn't challenge a person and, therefore, doesn't help them develop, learn or grow the way real travel

India & Kashmir: One Tweet at a Time

In going to India, I decided to live Tweet my experience.  I actually found it was really helpful for documenting the many random, funny, and potentially interesting and helpful insights everyone has while traveling that are sometimes instantly forgotten. I'll have more to say about India and will share better

Travel Tips for Women Going to India

As difficult as travel can sometimes be, it is without question more difficult for women. That female travelers have more concerns and more to worry about is something I understand but will never fully comprehend. However, when it comes to India, some of its more extreme cultural differences surrounding gender

Brian’s Travel Blog: Nepal

Kathmandu May 14-18   As I expected, Nepal represented a huge change of pace in my travel. Unlike Southeast Asia, Nepal wasn't nearly as full of tourists, and it most certainly wasn't full of people looking to party. Kind of like how I felt in Myanmar, the travelers in Nepal were there for

24 People Give Advice for 1st Time Travelers to India

India is a bit of a holy grail in the travel community. Second, perhaps, to only Africa, it is seen as a place that will test, ware on and frustrate even the most experienced of travelers. Still, its lure is undeniable for many and for good reason. While it's certainly

Freedom of Religion Includes Freedom from Religion

If you've read the news over the last week or so, chances are you've heard about the Hobby Lobby case. Without getting into too much detail, the case involved a large and largely family owned business that didn't want to pay for certain kinds of birth control for their employees