Archive | July, 2007

The Mile High Club

31. July 2007

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One way to whittle down the long hours on a plane is by joining the Mile High Club. What is the Mile High Club? It’s not the same as the Frequent Flier Club. The Mile High Club is a term used to describe people who have engaged in sexual activity while up in mid-flight, either […]

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The Best Travel Blogs

29. July 2007

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One of the best parts of running a travel blog is connecting with other travel bloggers. How do I find new travel blogs? I find them when they submit their writing to my Carnival of Travel Articles, when they link to me or leave a comment, when blogs I already read link to other bloggers, […]

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Travel: Anticipation vs. Reality

27. July 2007

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“The reality of travel seldom matches our daydreams.” – Alain de Boton Do you agree with this? Have there been times when a place has disappointed you because it wasn’t what you had imagined? For the most part, I am not disappointed when I visit a new place. But there are often challenges that threaten […]

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How To Cope With Reverse Culture Shock

25. July 2007

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If you’ve just returned to your home country after a long absence, you’re likely to experience dapoxetine yan etkileri

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6 Ways To Take Amazing And Original Travel Photos

24. July 2007

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There have been trips where I’ve returned with an armful of McPhotos. What is a McPhoto? A McPhoto is a photo of you in front of an iconic landmark, be it the Eiffel Tower, Taj Mahal, Great Wall or Leaning Tower. You think it is a special photo until you realize it looks exactly like […]

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Just Your Typical Long-Distance Flying Story

23. July 2007

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The flight to New Zealand was due to leave from Terminal 2, Los Angeles at 10pm on Sunday night. I knew from experience to allow several hours’ padding between that flight and the connecting United Airlines flight from San Francisco that afternoon, in case the flight was delayed. I got to San Francisco airport at […]

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“Don’t Bother”: When To Listen To Travel Advice

23. July 2007

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The Sydney Morning Herald has run a clever blog article called Things Not To Try Before You Die (found via Vagabondish) about disappointing travel experiences or destinations the writer recommends we skip. What’s just as interesting is the article has elicited many replies from people with their own ‘don’t go’ tips. The commenters suggest we […]

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The Fine Art Of Packing

21. July 2007

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I have packed and unpacked many times. Packing for a big trip involves cunning, lateral thinking, flexibility and good jumping ability when you’re trying to get the damn suitcase closed. Things to consider when packing: Will this be too heavy for me to carry? If the answer is yes, pull it all out and start […]

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