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Voluntourism Spotlight: Help Children with Disabilities in Dominica
Caribbean / Voluntourism

Voluntourism Spotlight: Help Children with Disabilities in Dominica

Dominica is an island with many outdoor adventures, and like many countries, it is a great place to volunteer. The organization Ready, Willing…Enable! (RWE) is providing help to children with… Read More…

From Frozen to Fresh: How Airline Food is Improving
Airlines & Airports / Culinary Travel

From Frozen to Fresh: How Airline Food is Improving

Airline food has had a bad reputation for a long time. But before you blame the airlines for everything, consider this: When you’re in the air, cabin pressure can reduce your sense… Read More…

Travel Tip: How Cruise Ship Food is Getting Better
Cruise Travel / Culinary Travel / Travel Tips

Travel Tip: How Cruise Ship Food is Getting Better

It used to be that cruise ship food meant just one thing: the all-you-can-eat buffet. That time-honored tradition is still around. But some cruise lines are becoming known for having—dare… Read More…

Zombie Runs That Will Help You Prepare for the Apocalypse
Pop Culture Travel

Zombie Runs That Will Help You Prepare for the Apocalypse

So you think you could survive a zombie apocalypse? Very few doomsday scenarios attract as many enthusiasts as the recent zombie phenomenon in popular culture. With Halloween just around the corner,… Read More…

Travel Tip: How You Can Help Others While You’re Traveling
Money, Currency & Credit / Travel Tips / Voluntourism

Travel Tip: How You Can Help Others While You’re Traveling

If you’ve ever seen poverty up close while traveling, you might be inspired to help. Here’s how you can help others while you’re traveling. One of the least effective things… Read More…

Raising Awareness: 3 People Traveling by Foot for a Cause
Health & Fitness / Pop Culture Travel

Raising Awareness: 3 People Traveling by Foot for a Cause

It’s hard to believe that just a few hundred years ago, the only way to cross the United States was by foot. Before planes, buses, cars, or even railroads, horse-drawn… Read More…

15 Cities With Family-Friendly Activities for Halloween 2014
Window Seat or Aisle Seat

15 Cities With Family-Friendly Activities for Halloween 2014

Halloween is quickly approaching, which means that themed activities and events are emerging across the country. Many of these events are designed specifically for adults, but what if you’re looking… Read More…

Where You Can Celebrate Oktoberfest This Year
Pop Culture Travel / USA

Where You Can Celebrate Oktoberfest This Year

Summer is officially over, but that doesn’t mean the party stops. As many beer lovers know, the month of October signifies a celebration of everything German related, especially the brews. … Read More…

Celebrate Harvest Season: Fall Festivals
Festivals / USA

Celebrate Harvest Season: Fall Festivals

It’s harvest season, and that also means harvest and fall festivals. In many cases, it’s not just about eating, it’s about participating! Whether you’re interested in trying farm-fresh apples or crushing… Read More…

Travel Tip: How to Travel Solo and Avoid Supplemental Fees
Solo Travel / Travel Tips

Travel Tip: How to Travel Solo and Avoid Supplemental Fees

If there’s one area where the industry really likes to nail people, it’s the dreaded single-supplement fee. The logic is that if you travel solo, you’re spending for one but… Read More…

Voluntourism Spotlight: Learn About Local Culture in Wisconsin
Voluntourism

Voluntourism Spotlight: Learn About Local Culture in Wisconsin

Last Saturday, Peter Greenberg broadcast live from the small town of Monroe, Wisconsin, an area known particularly for its cheese. The local population is mainly Swiss and German, which is… Read More…