Wise travelers know to “get their jabs” before setting sail to some far off place. But why? What exactly are these diseases we’re all getting inoculated against? Will they lead to a grim and grisly death or just a good story to tell the grandkids? We combed CDC Travel and other health resources to gather
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The Japanese candy brand HI-CHEW has become popular in the US in recent years. The candy is made with real fruit juices and was originally created as a substitute for gum in Japan. Here’s how the company manages to produce over 700 million pieces of their candy per year. See more from HI-CHEW here: https://www.hi-chew.com/
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(CNN) — “It looks like the weather tomorrow will be good for us,” says Þórdís Anna Gylfadóttir as she studies the pink-hued sky. “When it’s a nice day, we have more people coming to the valley.” The Hjaltadalur valley is quiet, with little to indicate that hundreds of horses, and thousands of people, will travel
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The Powder Highway (Part 1 & 2): Written by Courtney Bowen at TravelCuts Where and What Is The Powder Highway? Also known as Route 95A, in British Columbia, Canada, the Powder Highway loops between seven ski resorts that are guaranteed to deliver wintery adventures. The loop is renowned for great mountains and an abundance of
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Travelsphere packs in, flights, transfers, accommodation, experienced Tour Managers and a huge range of local excursions are a given. The included meals, give a flavour of the local culture and cuisine, and there is always plenty of time to explore independently. Travelsphere has specialised in providing escorted tours across the globe for over 50 years,
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The annual HONfest in Hampden celebrates Baltimore’s historic working women — Photo courtesy of Visit Baltimore Baltimore has always played an important role in our nation’s history – after all, “The Star Spangled Banner” was written at Fort McHenry at the city’s Inner Harbor. You can visit the National Monument and Historic Shrine there, along
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How well do you know our home planet? © Dima Zel / Shutterstock Do you know the name of the world’s third-highest mountain? Or in what year the euro was introduced as legal tender? Pit your wits against our toughest travel quiz to date – a thirty-question, all-encompassing behemoth of world trivia, with questions taken
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The Powder Highway (Part 1 & 2): Written by Courtney Bowen at TravelCuts Where and What Is The Powder Highway? Also known as Route 95A, in British Columbia, Canada, the Powder Highway loops between seven ski resorts that are guaranteed to deliver wintery adventures. In Part 1 we mentioned Revelstoke, Kicking Horse, and Panorama, here
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Many people love to travel to Europe, but from the exchange rate to the cost of airfare making things affordable while away can be a bit daunting. Fear not! After returning from her study abroad in Greece, Calli Jansen, our Michigan State University Student Ambassador, has compiled a list of a some quick tips on
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Bonjour, fellow travelers! Finding Alexx here. On my quest to visit 52 countries in 52 weeks based on the cheapest flight every Tuesday, my first stop took me to the City of Lights – Paris. From bread and cheese all day every day, to sparkling monuments around almost every corner, it’s just one of those cities that is impressive
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