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Nov
2020
Canada Road Trip: A One Month Suggested Itinerary
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Posted: Spanning 9,306km (5,780 miles) and six time zones, Canada is the second-largest country in the world. It’s home to rugged coastlines, vast prairies, dense boreal forests, towering mountain ranges, and upwards of two million lakes. But what makes Canada special is its people. It’s a place that embraces its diversity and that encourages people […]

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Nov
2020
My Favorite Books of 2020
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Posted: 11/12/2020 | November 12th, 2020 This year hasn’t been what anyone expected. As COVID has reminded us, you never know what tomorrow will bring. And, this year, it didn’t bring too many great things (especially for folks like myself working in the tourism industry). However, if there’s been one silver lining, it’s that being […]

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Nov
2020
12 Things to See and Do in Bristol
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Updated: 11/11/20 | November 11th, 2020 While most travelers who visit England only visit London, there are actually a lot of other gems in the country worth exploring. One such place is Bristol. “Bristol? There’s not much there.” That was the standard reply from locals whenever I mentioned I was heading to Bristol. Needless to […]

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Nov
2020
Should You Travel During COVID-19?
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Posted: 11/9/2020 | November 9th, 2020 These days, due to COVID-19, the subject of travel elicits very strong reactions from people — and rightly so. Whenever I post travel tips on social media and forget to include the words “at a later date” or “when it’s safe,” a chorus of commenters tell me it’s irresponsible […]

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Nov
2020
How to Road Trip the Yukon on a Budget
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Posted: 11/5/2020 | November 5th, 2020 Canada is home to some of the most pristine and unspoiled landscapes in the world. One of the country’s most scenic regions is the Yukon. In this guest post, writer Ethan Jakob Craft shares his tips and advice to help you road trip the region on a budget. Tucked […]

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Nov
2020
NEW: Our NEW Monthly Book Club!
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Posted: 11/2/20 | November 2nd, 2020 Hey all! Just a quick post today about some exciting news: We’re starting a virtual book club! While we already have a monthly “book club” of sorts in which I send out suggested reads, starting this month, we’re going pick a particular book and then discuss through a virtual […]

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Oct
2020
What It’s Like Traveling as a Plus-Sized, Black Solo Female Traveler
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Posted: 10/26/2020 | October 26th, 2020 In this guest post, blogger and writer Annette Richmond shares her experiences and reflections as a plus-size black solo female traveler. I’ve known Annette for years and she an incredible person who has spoken at TravelCon on subjects relating to blogging and diversity. She’s one of my favorite humans […]

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Oct
2020
Retirement Travel: How to Get the Most Out of Senior Travel
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Posted: 10/22/2020 | October 22, 2020 Today’s guest post is from Kristin Henning. She and her husband Tom Bartel are perpetual travelers and publishers of the blog TravelPast50.com, where they discuss travel for older travelers looking to make the most out of retirement. Kristin is here to give her best tips on retirement travel (since […]

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Oct
2020
The Lost Year: What Comes Next?
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Posted: 10/19/2020 | October 19th, 2020 When you look back at 2020, what do you think you’ll remember most about it? For me, it will be the lost momentum. When the year began, it looked like it would be the Year of Matt (take that, “Summer of George”!). TravelCon was gaining a reputation as a […]

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Oct
2020
14 Things to See and Do in Portland, Oregon
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Posted: 10/17/2020 | October 17th, 2020 Portland, Oregon, is one of America’s most unique cities. While it often gets overshadowed by Seattle to the north, Portland is one of the US’s best and most interesting metropolises. With a world-class food scene, plentiful local breweries, and postcard-perfect scenery, it’s surprising that more people don’t visit this […]