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Where to vacation is always a hard a thing to figure out. Where? When? For how long? It all depends on what you want to get done. There are cities all over this country and even outside of this country that are already very popular and a safe choice; Palm Springs, Cabo, Maui, Cancun, San Diego, even New York City. But what about the places that are not super touristy? They certainly make for exciting travels, as you will see below… Quito, Ecuador This is truly a hidden gem inside of South America. Sadly because of how close to Columbia it…

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Image source: *~Dawn~*  For some of us, a sun-drenched holiday destination simply will not do. We want a trip that changes our perspective and makes us think differently about our place in the world. Alaska, with its soaring mountains, magnificent wildlife and spectacular glacial coastline, delivers just that. This northern-most American state is home to a mere 736,732 people and only around 20 per cent of it is passable by road. It’s also not directly connected to the lower 48 states in the US and you’ll still need a US Visa to visit. It’s the perfect get-away-from-it-all destination with a whole…

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With February almost over, remote workers everywhere are starting to get a little stir-crazy from bearing down in one spot … after all, isn’t travel one of the biggest lures of the digital nomad lifestyle? These awesome destinations for 2015 will rekindle your love for the road, as well as your chosen way of life… 1) Mexico Heading south of the border? If so, don’t miss historical gems like Mexico City (most museums per capita in the world – check out the Museum of Anthropology if you’re short on time), Guanajuato (a stunning colonial town perched high in the mountains)…

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In the UK, as winter begins to surrender to spring, the National Hunt is galloping towards its first major event of the year, The Cheltenham Festival. However, for the numerous backpackers presently half-way across the globe from Cheltenham, there are more scenic and less competitive equine-related activities to explore. Indeed, whilst some homebodies sit and watch valiant runs by contenders More Of That and Peace And Co., travellers will be trotting beneath a leafy forest canopy or sloshing across a glittering bay. But, for those who love to see the world by e e pack, where should you to get the…

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For as long as I can remember, I knew that one day I wanted to travel. Of course, in my mind, there was no reason to venture out of the United States until I had seen all that was available to me in my very own backyard. So, at the ripe old age of 26, I bought myself an RV and hit the road. The RV was nothing pretty. I’d venture to say that if it were a house, it would probably be condemned. In fact, I should mention that after buying the RV, I spent a year cleaning and…