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The Real Dubai

As we drove away from downtown and toward the creek, the buildings got older, smaller, and darker; the alley ways dirtier. I thought I was in another country entirely. It’s incredible to see the...

City Perspectives: Herald Herrera’s Dubai (Part II)

Herald Herrera (@heraldherrera) continues to show us his unique perspective of Dubai, this time drawing attention to the city's  metro system - the longest fully automated metro system in the world - via his...

City Perspectives: Herald Herrera’s Dubai (Part I)

In this week's City Perspectives, Herald Herrera (@heraldherrera) gives us a taste of his home city of Dubai. How long have you lived in your city and what is your profession?  I'm a Network Engineer for...

Six Activities to Cure Your Lockdown Wanderlust

From the editor: while countries around the world begin to re-open in the pandemic's wake, we must contend with the fact that the viral situation is not under control in the United States. Although...
outside of qasr al watan in abu dhabi

A First Timer’s Abu Dhabi Travel Guide

While Dubai often gets a lot of buzz for its continuous growth, Abu Dhabi, its fellow member of the United Arab Emirates, stands tall in its own right. If you're thinking about a one-of-a-kind...
A couple holds hand in the yellow light of sunset at a Cambodian temple.

Photographing the Colors of Cambodia With Tom Shu

Traveling and photography go hand-in-hand for Tom Shu, who never seriously considered taking up the art form until a trip to the Galapagos Islands left him longing for a more tangible way to interact...
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Unexpected Destinations for Every Month of the Year

We could probably guess at least a few of the items on your travel bucket list. There’s a good chance that it includes some of the world’s most popular cultural events and destinations, like...

6 Ways Technology Is Changing the Way We Travel

In recent years, technology has irreversibly shaped the way we trot the globe. First it was GPS systems in our rental cars. Next came Kindles — which saved us from squeezing a million books...

Flying High With Jaimen Hudson: A Quadriplegic’s Journey With Drone Photography

If you view life like a road, then sure, there have been some potholes and flat tires along the way for Jaimen Hudson. But nothing’s been able to stop him completely. When you listen to...

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