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  • Travel Quote of the Week – April 25, 2017

    Travel Quote of the Week – April 25, 2017

    Eugene Fodor was a Hungarian-born American travel writer, editor, and businessman. He is best known for founding Fodor’s, the world’s largest publisher of English language travel books. Fodor was born in Léva, Hungary in 1905, in what was part of…
  • Travel Quote of the Week – April 18, 2017

    Travel Quote of the Week – April 18, 2017

    Saint Augustine [354-430] was an early Christian theologian and philosopher whose writings influenced both the development of Western Christianity and philosophy. He was bishop of Hippo, a Roman city in modern-day Algeria. His most famous works are The City of…
  • How to Visit Iceland on a Budget

    How to Visit Iceland on a Budget

    Update: April 15, 2017 There's now a video to go along with this article. Check it out below! Iceland is an incredible country with tons of amazing things to offer tourists, including natural beauty, friendly people, and exciting outdoor activities.…
  • Thoughtful Thursday – April 13, 2017

    Thoughtful Thursday – April 13, 2017

    Thoughtful Thursday   Hey everyone, I wanted to let you know that I’m experimenting with a new format at Thoughtful Thursday—one where there will be fewer links but more analysis on my part. This should not only save you time…
  • Travel Quote of the Week – April 11, 2017

    Travel Quote of the Week – April 11, 2017

    Laurence Gonzales is an an American writer, journalist, and survival skills expert. He is perhaps best known for writing the best selling book Deep Survival: Who Lives, Who Dies, and Why. Gonzales was born in St. Louis, Missouri but moved…