Traveling and Fitness (QUIZ)

Traveling and fitness are not two words that usually go together. When you think of traveling, you probably think of relaxing, indulging in unhealthy food and drinks, and avoiding the gym at all cost. However, there are many reasons to think about fitness while you’re traveling. First, if you are health-conscious while traveling, you’ll avoid […]

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Guide to Boston Airport (BOS): What to Do, Eat & Drink

Easily navigating through an airport is as challenging as traveling around a new city without experience or guide.  Should I take a nap at SFO’s Terminal 2? How long will it take to SeaTac for Beecher’s Mac & cheese? And many more questions may hit your mind with confusion. Relax! Just follow our serious and […]

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Where to Eat in Barcelona

I first visited Spain in 2001, and I had no idea where to eat in Barcelona. I also had no clue how to navigate a city that seemed bewilderingly alien. France, where I was based for the year, already struck me as foreign despite being a Montrealer who spoke French. The fact remained that it was my […]

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Wanaka, New Zealand in 35 Photos

I first met Liz in Spain when I presented at a workshop for travel bloggers. She sat next to me at dinner, her eyes bright, her hair long and blond and distracting; she would curl it around her fingers when she talked animatedly, explaining her plans for her site and her work. This was in 2012, […]

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A List of Life Changing Books

I started off 2015 with a 10-day silent Vipassana meditation course, one of the hardest things I’ve ever chosen to do. I wasn’t a meditator. I had never even meditated before. My friends, appalled that I was taking this on, told me that it was like running a marathon before ever trying to run. I […]

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Why Travel Blogging Needs More Storytelling

A few days ago, I presented the closing keynote for TBEX Asia about the power of story. It was an honour to get up in front of a group people dedicated to being better at what they do, and to speak about a topic that I truly believe in. The crux of the speech was […]

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