A New Year of Travel: Looking Ahead to 2015

Happy New Year Travel Junkies!! With the holiday season behind us it’s time to put away the Christmas tree decorations and the Festivus pole to embrace a brand new year.

With the encroaching new year comes an opportunity for reflection. A chance to look back, honor your actions and efforts of the previous year, give yourself a little pat on the back (or a kick in the butt), before moving on to your 2015 goals.

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Holiday Travel Survival Tips

It’s that time of year again. When the lineups are long, the TSA security check lines are rife with cranky passengers and the winter weather wreaks havoc on travel schedules everywhere…yes it’s holiday travel time! Yay! Fear not! Here a few handy travel tips and apps that can help alleviate your travel stress this holiday season.

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20 Ways to Save and Earn Money For Your Travels


Ah…money. This is the big reason why many people say they can’t travel – lack of money! The reality is that you don’t necssarily need a lot of money to travel if you select good value destinations and know how to work the system. Start saving for your travel goals by  taking a look at your daily expenses and cutting back on the little things. You’ll be surprised by how much you can save and invest towards your future dream trip.

Here are some ways to SAVE money:

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World’s Bests and Worsts

(Cartagena, Colombia photo credit: szeke)

Since I’m a travel writer and my job is to travel, I often get askedwhat my favorite places are…what are the worsts and the bests. Well, like anything, travel is highly subjective. What may be a life-changing experience for one tourist can be a complete bore for another. Nonetheless, after backpacking through some many countries and to many of the world’s most amazing places, I decided to take a shot and make a list of my global picks and pans.

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Taboo Foods: Balut: World’s Weirdest Cuisine?

When I think back to some of the most disgusting things I’ve eaten over the course of my travel career, even I have to wonder what I was thinking. I’ve sampled scorpion, live termites, dog, guinea pig, snake blood, scorpion, lamb’s penis and live aphrodisiac worm, but I’ve never done embryo.

Balut sure is one for the books. I look back at the experience of trying Balut in the Philippines for the fist time: Crack. I peel open the shards of egg shell and take a cautious peek inside. Sitting in a bag of juicy embryonic fluid is a curled up fetal duck. It’s not fully formed but I can see the onset of dark feathers, a beak and a pair of bulging eye balls.

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How To Stay Healthy on The Road: Video Travel Tips

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Travel to Eternal Youth: Where To Go to Look Healthier and Feel Fabulous

The desire to stay young – be it through sulphuric bubble baths, broccoli juice elixirs or good ol’ fashion botox – has been a cultural obsession and egotistical hobby throughout history. In 1513, Spanish conquistador Juan Ponce de León set sail to find a mythical land said to have a fountain of youth. Flash forward five hundred years and our communal quest for immortality continues. If you’re curious about unlocking the secrets of eternal youth, here are a few top destinations around the world that are rumored to make you live longer, feel healthier and act like a kid again.

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How to Save Money When Booking A Flight: Video Travel Tips

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