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Devon Shuman

Devon Shuman
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Devon Shuman is a creator, a storyteller, and a traveler from Boston, Massachusetts. He caught the travel bug at a young age when his family would take camping trips in southern Maine and New York’s Adirondack region. Since then, his adventures have taken him all across the globe. His favorite journeys include island hopping in the Galápagos, thru-hiking Vermont’s Long Trail, and summiting Mount Kilimanjaro. He currently works as an editorial consultant for Passion Passport, helping explorers from around the world tell their stories.
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10 apps that will change the way you travel

At its worst, technology detracts from travel. It draws our attention away from the real moments in front of us and toward the pixelated images on our devices. It pinpoints hidden oases on the...

Dream of Venice in Black and White: A Q&A with Publisher JoAnn Locktov

How do you show your love for a city that’s already being loved to death? This was the problem JoAnn Locktov faced when she decided to launch a publishing imprint for books about Venice several...
Tourists in the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Croatia

Reduce the “Game of Thrones Effect” by Visiting These Locations Instead

Great TV shows are magnetic. They draw viewers into their worlds through vivid characters, heart-wrenching emotional conflicts, and dazzling visual displays. In the current era of prestige television, perhaps no program has displayed this...

What the New EU Travel Requirements Mean for You

Grab a pen — your next European adventure might require a bit of paperwork. Beginning in 2021, citizens of the 61 countries (including the U.S. and Canada) currently allowed to enter the EU without...
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I Was Here: Untold Stories from Iran

When Assad Dadan told people he was going to Iran, one of the most common responses he received was to “stay safe.” Fueled by media narratives that paint the nation in broad, violent brushstrokes,...

Home for the Holidays: Deliberations in Burlington, Vermont

When the snow falls in Burlington, it does so silently. I’m walking up Church Street, the city’s main drag — a pedestrian-only, red-brick thoroughfare that’s currently pedestrian-free. It’s only 11:30 at night, but this...

How Photography Can Shape Your Journey

I’ve never considered myself a photographer. It’s not that I don’t enjoy it. I love whipping my iPhone out when I’m somewhere new and trying to find a unique angle to shoot from, and...

A Guide to Bali’s Best Hikes

Certain places were intended to be explored by foot — and if you ask us, Bali fits the bill. A trek across the Island of the Gods would bring one through exotic rainforests, across...

How To Overcome Burnout on the Road

Every so often, a story gets published that’s so fascinating, so thought-provoking, and most importantly, so of-the-moment, that it immediately cuts through the digital clutter and goes viral. This occurred most recently with Anne...

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