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How The World Drinks Coffee: An International Sipping Guide

How The World Drinks Coffee: An International Sipping Guide
Can’t start your day without a cup of java? You’re not alone! Billions of people crave and drink the addictive brew—but how they prepare it usually depends upon where in the world they’re standing. It’s one of the world’s most widely sipped and savored beverages—a fortunate fact for travelers who...

How Martin Luther King, Jr. Used Travel to Break Down Barriers

How Martin Luther King, Jr. Used Travel to Break Down Barriers
In addition to his travels throughout the U.S. in support of racial justice, Martin Luther King, Jr. visited Germany, Norway, and India to inspire and educate himself and others on important issues. Six million miles. That’s how far Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. traveled during the last 11 years of...

A Taste of Peru: Ceviche Recipe

A Taste of Peru: Ceviche Recipe
Do you find yourself stuck at work dreaming of the rich Peruvian culture and the majestic Andes Mountains? Thought so. Check out this mouth-watering recipe for Peruvian Ceviche posted by Adventure Life . A widely popular South American dish and a Peruvian staple, ceviche is bursting with both...

10 Urban Cycling Fun Facts

The plan for this post was to come up with a list of the most bike friendly cities in the world. As I started doing research I quickly realized that A LOT of people had this idea before I did; like the people at Nat Geo , Ask Men , Virgin Vacations and bicycling.com ( twice ). So rather than...

9 Ways to Incorporate Travel into Your Everyday Life

If you’re like me, you probably find yourself imagining what it would be like to travel, just for fun, about 90 percent of the time. However, if you’re like me, you find choosing the daily responsibilities, and joys, of life – a great job, kids, a partner and otherwise good things, gets in the way...

Travel Inspiration: Pushing Boundaries

It was the first night in Peru. I had met my fellow expedition members only hours before and we were sitting down for our first meal together before our rafting adventure began. Paul assured us that in a day or two we would all feel like family, but first came introductions; where we were from,...

How The Lost Girls Met Eagle Creek....

When my best friends Jennifer Baggett, Holly Corbett and I—aka The Lost Girls—hatched a plan to leave our jobs, apartments and loved ones in New York City in order to embark on a yearlong, 60,000 mile journey around the world, we never expected that most straightforward part would be getting on...

The Anderson's More Than a Product Review: The Undercover™ Hidden Pocket

Jimmy & Crystal Anderson contacted us recently with a product review about their Eagle Creek Undercover ™ Hidden Pocket . As their story unfolded, we realized it was way more than a product review; It moved us so much that we wanted to share it with you. We purchased a Undercover ™ Hidden...

Travel By Film: Midnight in Paris and Other Cinematic Must-sees

Have you ever wanted to step into a movie and explore a destination? While many sets blend actual places with Hollywood effects, with a little digging, you can actually find many magical locations that film producers have fictionalized in their stories. If you're ready to discover a place you...

Travel Inspiration #1: The Art of Slow Travel

Travel Inspiration #1: The Art of Slow Travel
Recently, I’ve downshifted my life in an effort to reconnect with friends, family and even myself. I’m starting to change how I move through the world, both near and far. Like opting for bicycle commuting when possible as a way of slowing down and engaging in my surroundings. I tend to frequent...

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