2. January 2013

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Should We Have Skipped The JR Rail Pass?

JR Rail Pass

Train travel in Japan is a treat. Not only do they leave exactly on time but they are quiet, super clean, and comfortable. The extensive network of train tracks links in nicely with an even more extensive network of subway, bus and ferry routes that make it really easy to get pretty much anywhere in the […]

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31. December 2012

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Monday Moment: Rickshaw Traffic Jam

Delhi Traffic

Tomorrow my friends Kim, Sarah, and Hannah set off on what-sounds-like one crazy, fun, amazing, bizarre, fun, outrageous, and unbelievable journey from Jasailmer in the north of India, to Cochin in the south. In a rickshaw!! They will have to find their own way, drive the rickshaw themselves, and repair it if (make that when) it […]

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28. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Sherry From Ottsworld

A Travellers Christmas: Sherry From Ottsworld

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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27. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Leigh From Hike Bike Travel

A Travellers Christmas: Leigh From Hike Bike Travel

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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26. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Dustin From Skinny Backpacker

A Travellers Christmas: Dustin From Skinny Backpacker

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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25. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Merry Christmas From Me

A Travellers Christmas: Merry Christmas From Me

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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24. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Hannah and Chris From LovePlayWork

A Travellers Christmas: Hannah and Chris From LovePlayWork

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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23. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Andy From Grounded Traveler

A Travellers Christmas: Andy From Grounded Traveler

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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22. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Erica From Over Yonderlust

A Travellers Christmas: Erica From Over Yonderlust

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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21. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Kim From So Many Places

A Travellers Christmas: Kim From So Many Places

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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20. December 2012

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A Travellers Christmas: Tom From Active Backpacker

A Travellers Christmas: Tom From Active Backpacker

Some travellers love Christmas and lament that they can’t be home. Others enjoy the escape from the consumerism and endless carolling (put me in that camp!) and some look for the quirky that happens when other cultures interpret Christmas in their own land. I asked some traveller friends to share how they see and spend Christmas on the road; it’s like a peek into […]

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