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How to Spend 3 Months Adventuring in Southeast Asia

How to Spend Three Months Adventuring in Southeast Asia

If you’ve only got three months, this Southeast Asia itinerary will take you through the region’s best bits—both the highlights and the hidden gems.

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Where to Travel in April: The Best Adventures Around the World

Where to Travel in April: The Best Adventure Destinations Around the World

April is a great month for adventure. By April, the winter chill is well and (hopefully) truly over in the northern hemisphere and comfortable temperatures settle in. Meanwhile, in the southern hemisphere, the intense heat of summer finally dissipates and you can walk around outside without your skin audibly sizzling. As mild climates descend upon […]

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11 Mouthwatering Restaurants in Asheville, NC: Where to Eat for Every Occasion

This bohemian town in North Carolina has become a popular travel destination for a number of different reasons. For starters, it is surrounded by mountains and sloping green peaks, which means there’s no shortage of adventure activities in Asheville. But more than that, Asheville is a foodie city that flies under the radar. They love […]

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A Driving Tour of 8 Lesser-Known D.C. Monuments (and What They All Mean)

A Driving Tour of 8 Washington, D.C. Monuments (and What They All Mean)

Have you ever taken photos of impressive statues, only to later realize you don’t know who they’re of—or why they’re there? This is my relationship with far too many monuments in my current home, Washington D.C. Sure, I know the names—but what do they actually mean? In one sense, this is embarrassing, because I’m the […]

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Asheville, North Carolina: Outdoor Adventure Mecca of the United States

Adventure Activities in Asheville, NC: Looking Glass Falls

Fourteen years ago, when I was looking at colleges, a small school by the name of Warren Wilson caught my eye. With a student body of just 800 people, it was known to be one of the most alternative and progressive schools in the world. How very Asheville 😉 This tiny little town was still […]

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11 U.S. National Parks That Are Ripe for Adventure

A surreal sunset at Delicate Arch inside Arches National Park, Utah

Though Americans are notorious for traveling internationally less than any other nationality, it’s kind of understandable why. With incredible National Parks all over the country, the United States is, geographically, one of the most diverse and remarkable places on the planet. This year, the National Park Service is celebrating its centennial. After 100 years of […]

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6 Classic Mistakes to Avoid on Your First Visit to Bangkok

Birds' eye view of Bangkok

Bangkok is a city like no other. Whether you love it or hate it, you’re bound to make a few mistakes when you first visit. If you’re new to Bangkok, these are six mistakes you don’t want to make.

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14 Things You Should Know Before Backpacking in Australia

An east coast stop-off with friends

Planning a backpacking trip to Australia can be a big endeavor. Despite reading a guidebook from cover to cover, there are some things you just won’t find out until you’re actually on the ground. These are the 14 things I wish I knew before traveling to Australia.

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7 Adventurous Things to Do in Thailand That Will Push Your Limits

Facing Your Fears: 7 Things to Do in Thailand That Will Push Your Limits

Thailand has adventure at every bend. From rock climbing without ropes to scuba diving without a tank, there is no shortage of adventurous things to do in Thailand that will push you to your very limits.

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17 of the Most Picturesque Places in Australia

17 of the Most Picturesque Places in Australia

Australia is one of the most beautiful places in the world, yet so much mystery remains to the rest of the world. The Land Down Under has no shortage of opulent beaches, sweeping deserts, dense forests, and endless valleys, but for travelers, these areas are just waiting to be uncovered. Australia gets more of a reputation for […]

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