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Book Review: Abu Dhabi Days, Dubai Nights by Jillian Schedneck

A personal exploration of what it means to be a modern woman in a multi-cultural world. Read More »

Book Review: Letters to Zerky: A Father’s Legacy to a Lost Son…and a Road Trip Around the World by Bill Raney and JoAnne Walker Raney

Both a memoir and a memorial, these collected letters and diary entries recount one family’s adventurous journey, attempting to drive around the world in a VW bus. Read More »

DVD Review: An Idiot Abroad – Series One

Karl Pilkington sees the seven wonders of the world, and he is not impressed. Read More »

Book Review: The Motorcycle Diaries by Ernesto Che Guevara

Che Guevara's diary, as he traveled around South America in 1952, shaping his revolutionary ideals. Read More »

Interview: Sarina Singh, Lonely Planet Columnist and Guidebook Author

Sarina is an extraordinary writer with a capability to write about any place she visits with a different angle and deep touch. Read More »

TV Review: An Idiot Abroad

Karl Pilkington explores the New Seven Wonders of the World, and hates it. Read More »

From Blizzard to Beach Part II: Riviera Nayarit Awaits

Part II of a personal travel blog: a week on Banderas Bay in Nuevo Vallarta Read More »

Interview with Josh Gates of Destination Truth

Stalwart Josh Gates leads his team in pursuit of monsters, ghosts, and TRUTH. Read More »

Interview with Denis Lipman, Author of A Yank Back to England

Interview with Denis Lipman, author of travel memoir A Yank Back to England Read More »

Book Review: A Yank Back to England: The Prodigal Tourist Returns by Denis Lipman

Part travelogue, part memoir, A Yank Back to England tells the endearing tale of a reluctant American transplant and his trips back to England Read More »