Monthly Archives: Oct 2014

Paris rooftops
Paris, Posted by Amanda, Recommendations, Travel Activities, Travel Quotes
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3 Things To Do On A Return Trip To Paris

Ah Paris! The City of Lights, Paname, The City of Love– whatever you want to call it, this capital city is enchanting all the same. Little or no introduction is needed as it’s already known for art, fashion, cuisine and its architectural beauty. Of course it’s important to see the iconic sights such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre, Sacré-Cœur and the Champs-Élysées but that’s just the beginning.  Many tourists find themselves planning their next trip back before they’ve even left. Here are a few other things to experience upon your return that will take you off the major tourist circuit.

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cambodian country side
cambodia, Planning, Posted by Amanda, Southeast Asia
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Seven Days in Cambodia

Cambodia is an amazing country but many people don’t realize this until they see it first-hand! In fact, it’s usually not a main destination when traveling to Southeast Asia but is added on as a side-trip from Vietnam, Laos or Thailand.

A 7-day Itinerary

Here is a short itinerary for those that are interested in a quick trip. Cambodia should not be missed if you are already on that side of the world.

Phnom Penh: 2-3 days

Battambang: 2 days

Siem Reap: 2-3 days

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Posted by Amy, Travel Activities
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Open Air Cremation in India and Nepal

Warning: This post contains images of dead bodies (from a distance) as part of funeral rituals.

In the United States, we have a generally standard way of handling death. There’s visitation, a funeral, either burial or cremation, and perhaps a wake. I hadn’t often thought about how other cultures deal with death and dying, but had a very eye-opening and moving experience observing Hindu death ceremonies in India and Nepal.

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Exploring Food and Drinks While Traveling – Part 2: Cooking Classes

Food is such an important part of culture and experiencing food and drinks the way locals do can be one of the most memorable parts of travel. This is the second in a 4-part series on how to really experience food culture during your travels.

Part 1: Food Tours
Part 2: Cooking Classes
Part 3: Wine, Beer, Liquor, and other Drinks
Part 4: Other ways to Experience Food

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sunset coin hotel indonesia
Accommodations, Destinations, Posted by Amanda, Recommendations, Southeast Asia
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American Hotels vs. Southeast Asian Hotels

If my travels have taught me one thing, it’s that there is a major difference between hotels in America and hotels in developing countries, particularly Southeast Asian hotels. Here are a few things that I learned about this topic along the way.

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