How many islands have you visited, and how many can you name? More than 40? Less than 10?
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As much as the missus and I might fantasize about traveling somewhere warm each Christmas, at the end of the day we always spend the holiday with at least some of our relatives.
As a blogger who republishes photographs taken by other travelers, I am keenly interested in the legal implications surrounding this particular issue. And so when faced with a thread titled, “If a monkey grabs a camera, who owns the resulting photos?”, I couldn’t help but to click in to see what this was all about:
Collecting postcards is also sort of like collecting an anachronistic artifact; an item that, before the mass consumerization of handheld and digital cameras, served the useful purpose of capturing an image of your trip, and now exists mostly as a charming recollection of how things used to be – not all that long ago.
An Australian mom is trying to decide whether to continue the travel approach her family has been employing – namely short trips, but more of them – or splurge on one big vacation to Disneyland while the kids are still young enough to enjoy it.
Emergency surgery in a country where you don’t speak the language sounds about as bad as a trip can get to me. Travelers share stories of health scares while on the road.
According to an MIT study, online reviews can be skewed dramatically due to a social “herd effect” – which mostly results in over-ratings.
Reason #46 why you absolutely have to love online forums that cater to world travelers – where else will you find someone post, without a touch of wryness, “Anyone been to Yemen recently?”