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  1. Which iconic landmarks will be going green for St. Patrick’s Day?

    posted by Emma Martell | 0 Comments

    Which iconic landmarks will be going green for St. Patrick’s Day?

    Mar022015

    Every March 17th, iconic buildings, statues and other landmarks around the world are illuminated green to celebrate everybody's favourite national holiday, St. Patrick's Day. From Christ the Redeemer in Rio to the Empire State Building in New York, everybody's Irish on St. Paddy's Day.

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  2. The only St. Patrick’s Day playlist you’ll ever need

    posted by Colin Rivera | 0 Comments

    The only St. Patrick’s Day playlist you’ll ever need

    Mar022015

    We have curated a Spotify playlist to make sure your St. Patrick's day celebration is top notch. Whether you're in New York, Dublin or Tokyo, enjoy this Irish musical feast.

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  3. Why you shouldn't skip Tasmania when you go to Australia

    posted by Sarah Kilbourne | 0 Comments

    Why you shouldn't skip Tasmania when you go to Australia

    Feb202015

    What's the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Australia? Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef, marveling at the Sydney Opera House or surfing in iconic Byron Bay? Mainstream Australia understandably gets a lot of attention, but don't forget to share the love with Tasmania.

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  4. Urbexing around Europe: Enter if you dare!

    posted by Matt Emmett | 0 Comments

    Urbexing around Europe: Enter if you dare!

    Feb112015

    To the urban explorer, the ‘No Entry’ signs hanging off crumbling residential buildings and forgotten industrial spaces across Europe are a promise of hidden wonders. These places, once full of life, are now silent and still, their character and stories laid bare without the distraction of former inhabitants.

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  5. Speed dating and micro-breweries: top Valentine’s Day ideas for single travellers on a budget

    posted by Emma Martell | 0 Comments

    Speed dating and micro-breweries: top Valentine’s Day ideas for single travellers on a budget

    Feb092015

    We've put together a selection of the best hostels to spend Valentine's Day, whether you're looking for love or enjoying the single life. From speed dating in Madrid to a micro-brewery full of beautiful people in Berlin, dead flowers and broken hearts in Prague to ruin bars in Budapest.

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  6. Romance on a shoestring: 7 of the best Valentine’s Day hostels for couples

    posted by Colin Rivera | 0 Comments

    Romance on a shoestring: 7 of the best Valentine’s Day hostels for couples

    Feb092015

    Ditch the bouquet and card this Valentine’s Day and whisk your loved one off for a romantic break they’ll never forget – without breaking the bank! We’ve put together a list of the most romantic hostels for couples, where gorgeous private rooms cost much less than a hotel.

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  7. Just Off the Beaten Path in Belize and Guatemala

    posted by Joe Baylis | 0 Comments

    Just Off the Beaten Path in Belize and Guatemala

    Feb022015

    Like a line of ants moving through the forest, you are guaranteed to find a trail of Westerners travelling from Cancún to Guatemala City via Belize. But that doesn’t mean you won’t find any hidden gems along the way – you just have to know where to look.

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  8. Free bananas, ocean views and rooftop bars: Check out this year’s award-winning hostels!

    posted by Emma Martell | 0 Comments

    Free bananas, ocean views and rooftop bars: Check out this year’s award-winning hostels!

    Jan202015

    We just crowned the very best hostels in the world at our annual Hoscar awards – read on to find out where you should be laying your head this year!

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  9. Meet Global Degree and learn how to travel the world

    posted by Emma Martell | 0 Comments

    Meet Global Degree and learn how to travel the world

    Jan132015

    Mike and Alex are two normal guys with an extraordinary goal: To travel to all 192 nations in the world in 60 months. Together, they came up with the Global Degree: To graduate and earn your degree, you must visit every country in the world. Follow their epic adventures around the globe on their YouTube channel and find out just how easy it is to follow in their footsteps!

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  10. 4 Culinary Havens for Food Lovers on a Budget

    posted by Jacqueline Des Forges | 0 Comments

    4 Culinary Havens for Food Lovers on a Budget

    Dec222014

    Tired of your food infatuation draining your wallet? We've found the most delicious destinations that won't break the bank. Yes. It's possible.

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