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Visiting my friend's family in a country village (Ras el Aain, Morocco)

Throwback Travel Diary: Morocco

BY WENDY HUNG By the time this edition of Throwback Travel Diary is published, I’ll be cruising along somewhere in Tunisia. That’s probably why it made me think of the last time I was in northern Africa. A two-week road trip with my Parisian-Moroccan friends still tops as one of my favorite travels of all-time. I was […]

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Why This Kayak-Backed Website Is Actually Kind Of Genius

What if you’ve already bought a ticket after a drop in fare?

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5 Must-See’s For First-Time Travelers In Melbourne

BY EVAN MOLINEUX The beauty of Melbourne lies in the combination of its financial hub and a fast progressing cultivation of new arts. Key to enjoying your visit to the max: eat your heart out at Queen Vic Market, bar hop in Chinatown, and explore your artistic side in Fed Square! SEE ALSO: 5 Must-Stops For Your Bar Crawl Night […]

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El Peñol de Guatapé as seen from atop La Piedra (The Rock)

City Lookbook: Colombia – A Marvel Of Natural Wonder

BY JERRY ALONZO LEON Home to ancient ruins of pre-Hispanic civilizations (Tierradentro and San Agustín); perfectly preserved colonial cities (Cartagena); magnificent topography and diverse terrain for multi-day jungle treks (Amazon and Ciudad Perdida), warm climate for whitewater rafting, high-altitude mountain climbing, pristine waters for world-class scuba diving, and every conceivable outdoor excursion you can think […]

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Backstage With MONO: Japan’s Most Passionate Band

BY EVAN MOLINEUX, MICHAEL SWIFT Chris Mølina Takaakira Goto is a man that loves his job. Lead guitarist and main composer of Japanese band Mono, he has had a long and successful international career making music and touring the world and from the sound of it, he doesn’t intend to slow down. On the band’s […]

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What Happened To The Pregnant Woman Who Gave Birth On A Plane?

BY TEAM JST Taking “baby on board” to a whole new level! On Tuesday, a woman went into labor and gave birth to her child on a Southwest Airlines flight from San Francisco International Airport to Phoenix, Arizona. Shortly after the plane took off from San Francisco, the woman went into delivery with the help […]

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Mantra Of The Day: “Eat Well And Travel Often”

BY LIZZY MONROE For me, food is an integral part of experiencing a foreign culture. I couldn’t have left Berlin without trying Mustafa’s famous Gemüse Kebap (even at the cost of a 45-minute wait in the snow) and my trip to Istanbul wouldn’t have been the same without sampling countless flavors of Turkish delights and Baklavas. […]

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