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  1. Five Washington DC Activities Off The Beaten Path

    posted by Guest blogger - Matthew Long | 0 Comments

    Five Washington DC Activities Off The Beaten Path

    Jul122010

    Our latest guest blogger is Matthew Long, Editor-in-Chief and creator of LandLopers.com, has a true passion for travel. As someone who has a bad case of the travel bug, Matt travels the world in order to share tips on where to go and more.

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  2. Why Granada is Spain’s Most Backpacker-Friendly City

    posted by Guest blogger - Nellie Huang | 0 Comments

    Why Granada is Spain’s Most Backpacker-Friendly City

    Jul122010

    Our latest guest blogger is Nellie Huang who writes about Spain travel for WhyGoSpain, BootsnAll’s comprehensive Spain travel guide. She currently calls Granada home, and shares her Spain travel tips and anecdotes on Twitter.

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  3. Flour Bakery and Café - a delicious Boston secret

    posted by Guest blogger - Kate McCulley | 0 Comments

    Flour Bakery and Café - a delicious Boston secret

    Jul072010

    Our newest guest blogger is Boston-native Kate McCulley, editor of travel blog Adventurous Kate. Kate lives for adventures, and to say she is crazy about travel is an understatment. Although she has traveled all over the globe, she has a soft spot for Las Vegas and her hometown also. Obviously. You can follow Kate's adventures via her Twitter page @adventurouskate and by 'liking' the Adventurous Kate facebook page. In this post, Kate tells us of one her favourite cafes in Boston which has been a hidden secret, until now...

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  4. Tips for staying in touch on the road

    posted by Guest blogger - Jane Meighan | 1 Comments

    Tips for staying in touch on the road

    Jun292010

    Our latest guest blogger is Jane Meighan, editor of travel blog Runaway Jane. Jane was bitten by the travel bug four years ago after going to Australia and now travels regularly around Europe. You can follow Jane’s travels via her Twitter page...

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  5. The best pizza in New York City

    posted by Guest blogger - Laurie DePrete | 0 Comments

    The best pizza in New York City

    Jun222010

    Today’s guest blogger is Laurie DePrete, editor of the blog ScenebyLaurie. Laurie's two passions are traveling and New York City. Her blog is her way of sharing and experiencing more of both with fellow enthusiasts. Her quest in travel and for her readers is to uncover the unique or lesser known gems that locals know about and visitors want to learn — both in New York and around the world. You can also follow her on twitter at @scenebylaurie.

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  6. Six good reasons to travel alone

    posted by Guest blogger - Stephanie Lee | 1 Comments

    Six good reasons to travel alone

    Jun152010

    Introducing our latest guest blogger Stephanie Lee who has just written ‘The Art of Solo Travel: A Girl’s Guide’ which you can now buy from IndieTravelPodcast.com. In Stephanie’s post she tells us six good reasons to travel alon

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  7. Nostalgic musings and thoughts of Turkey at the very end of it all

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Nostalgic musings and thoughts of Turkey at the very end of it all

    Jun142010

    From country roads winding their way through rare days of dappled sunshine back home in Ireland, to seemingly endless, barren stretches of highway ploughing through the deserts of north Spain.

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  8. Restless nights and long days on the Peloponnese peninsula

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Restless nights and long days on the Peloponnese peninsula

    Jun112010

    We stumbled off the boat into the merciless heat of a Greek afternoon, wine still sloshing around in our stomachs and hazy memories of planned day trips with Turkish truck drivers and lawless wrestling matches with hoards of wry Italians. It was in thi

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  9. Deceptive scenery and rough times in the city of the damned

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Deceptive scenery and rough times in the city of the damned

    Jun102010

    Upon arriving in Naples we were lulled into a false sense of security by what, from a distance, looked like beautiful scenery. Unfortunately it turned out to be the worst place in the world.

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  10. Dubious attire and Roman tack in the capital of the ancient world

    posted by Guest blogger - Kris Goodbody | 0 Comments

    Dubious attire and Roman tack in the capital of the ancient world

    Jun092010

    Rome’s main port is called Civitavecchia. I still can’t pronounce it. We were one month into our cycle across Europe and our ferry had just docked one hundred kilometres north of Rome in this questionably named town. It was getting dark and

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