"Travel" Blogs & Blog Posts

Hello. What Do You Want?Hello. What Do You Want?

Think deep within and tell the world what you want, what you 'really&#...

 
Donovan's worldDonovan's world

Ramblings of a much published New Zealand author

 
Food FlirtFood Flirt

Food adventures at home and on the road with international award winning au...

 
Emm in LondonEmm in London

The adventures of an eternal tourist living and working in London

 
Kiwis Can FlyKiwis Can Fly

Travel/Photography Blog

 
My Boots n MeMy Boots n Me

Travel information on sights and sites around Vancouver, BC Canada, as well...

 
Memoirs of a LinguistMemoirs of a Linguist

This blog is about the daily activities of a 28-year-old Ph.D. candidate, w...

 


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After returning from Girona, I found myself strolling by the waterfront. And somehow, I ended up in this futuristic building near the Forum, which housed the Museum of Natural Sciences of Barcelona. Given the look of the building, it used to be calle...

If you haven’t yet booked your flight for the holidays, keep waiting—you might actually benefit by waiting a little longer before pulling the trigger. If, on the other hand, the idea of booking a trip last-minute gives you heart palpitations, S...

Security research Ophir Harpaz was trying to book a flight using Onetravel; as she browsed available itineraries, she couldn't help but notice a prominent warning that "39 people are looking at this flight" (this is a cheap gimmick, one of the many "...

The rain is pouring down here this morning, echoing in the chimney, pattering on the skylight, and dulling the already muted garden. Sunny Spain seems eons ago.  I've spent the past two days doing very little and feel great! Later this morning I...

If your inability to travel prevents you from embarking on a dream vacation, a robot might one day stand in your place. Japan's All Nippon Airways has unveiled plans to deploy 1,000 "Newme" telepresence robots as surrogates for people wh...

If you haven’t booked your plane ticket for Thanksgiving yet, you might be better off waiting until November.Read more...

New York City is often described as a concrete jungle consisting of massive buildings made of concrete, steel, and glass.Yes, parts of the city are very much like that. But not all of it.Also, people who have never visited New York quite often imagin...