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  1. 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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  2. Unique places to celebrate Holi Festival of Colours in India

    posted by Shivya Nath | 0 Comments

    Jan012015

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  3. 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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  4. The Best Places to Travel Solo in Europe by Train

    posted by Jacqueline Des Forges | 0 Comments

    The Best Places to Travel Solo in Europe by Train

    Dec222014

    Cities with friendly and welcoming locals, a place for a quiet retreat in the mountains, cities known for safety, and more – read on for the perfect solo traveller trip!

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  5. How to Party your Way Around Europe by Train

    posted by Jacqueline Des Forges | 0 Comments

    How to Party your Way Around Europe by Train

    Dec222014

    We’ve created the perfect train itinerary for those of you looking for late nights, lively gatherings and a beverage or two…

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  6. How to Backpack Europe on a Budget

    posted by Jacqueline Des Forges | 0 Comments

    How to Backpack Europe on a Budget

    Dec222014

    If you’re backpacking through Europe, chances are you want to keep to a fairly strict budget. Seeing and doing as much as possible for as little money as possible is key. Most people immediately think of a rail pass – and if you truly do want to see as much as possible and maintain flexibility with your travel plans, a rail pass is probably a good idea for you. Passes cover anywhere from one to 24 countries, so they appeal to many travelers with many different itineraries...

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  7. 5 Top Spots for Budget Travellers in Eastern Europe

    posted by Jacqueline Des Forges | 0 Comments

    5 Top Spots for Budget Travellers in Eastern Europe

    Dec222014

    Everything you need to know about travelling Eastern Europe on a budget (including a few expert secrets you might never have thought of...)

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  8. How to Tinder Your Travels

    posted by Jessica Wray | 0 Comments

    How to Tinder Your Travels

    Dec222014

    Ah, the modern phenomenon: Tinder. See a photo of someone in your area and swipe right if you’re interested and left if you aren’t. It’s like being able to have an entire bar full of people at your fingertips which you can scan from the comforts of your home in pajamas.

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  9. 5 Reasons your Mid-20s are Actually the Best Time to Travel

    posted by Jessica Wray | 1 Comments

    5 Reasons your Mid-20s are Actually the Best Time to Travel

    Dec192014

    Your mid-twenties might just be the best time to see the world...

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  10. The Surprising Truth about Which Countries Drink the Most

    posted by Kristin Addis | 4 Comments

    The Surprising Truth about Which Countries Drink the Most

    Dec162014

    Who drinks the most alcohol in the world? The answer may surprise you.

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