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My Experience Traveling as a Black Woman through Asia

Traveling through Asia to places such as Korea, China, Japan, and the Philippines as a black woman was both a pleasurable and interesting experience for me. I lived in South Korea for twelve months...
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Best LGBTQ Hotspots Around the World

Amazing as it is that travel has the ability to broaden our horizons and show us new ways of seeing the world, it’s just as important to find like-minded people on the road and...
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Foods to Eat in November and Where in the World to Eat Them

Autumn is fueled by cozy knits, scenic foliage, cabin getaways, and food--so much delicious food. This hearty culinary season builds our winter bodies while we prepping for holiday feasts and indulge in fall favorites....
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Our Earth Is Still Alive: Why We Need to Treat It That Way

Under a steel-gray sky over rocky terrain, they made their way to the crater. They wore thick coats, woolly hats, warm gloves--the would-be widow’s weeds of a group of grieving Icelanders. The mourners included Iceland’s...
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Mini LGBTQ Guide to Chiang Mai

Well-known for its relaxed nature and immersive cultural experiences, Thailand’s Chiang Mai is also home to an established gay community and a hotspot for LGBTQ travelers. Situated in the mountainous area of northern Thailand,...
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A Night at the Museum: Hotels Highlighting Artwork

Visiting museums might be a favorite part of travel for many art lovers, but some hotels are looking to take that same experience to a new level -- by incorporating it into their lobbies...
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The Best Places to Travel to in September

September has officially arrived, and depending on which hemisphere you’re in, you’ll either be welcoming the autumnal shades of early fall or crawling out of your winter-blues hibernation to the promise of clear spring...
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Neighbors: What Americans Think of Canada, and More

One of the most revealing things about traveling abroad is finding out what people from other countries really think about people from your country. Not to disparage my compatriots, but travel acquaintances of mine...

Best American Cities for Craft Beer Lovers

It’s a great time to be a beer lover — especially if you’re living in or plan on visiting the U.S. any time soon. Stretched across the land of the free, more and more...


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