The Running of the Bulls

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Pamplona, the Running of the Bulls, and San Fermines

The eight-day festival and series of events surrounding Spain’s famous “Running of the Bulls” takes …

Guide to Participating in the Running of the Bulls

  Running with the bulls in Pamplona during San Fermines is one of the most …

Bullfighting: Traditions, Ethics, and Surprises

  While bullfighting is a deeply cultural tradition in some parts of the world that …

The Running of the Bulls Route Map

    The bulls that will be fought during each evening’s bullfight in Pamplona’s Plaza …

Who Was San Fermin?

  Saint Fermin, or San Fermín in Spanish, is the patron saint of the city …

Road Trippin' in France

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Road Trippin’ Across France – Introduction

France is a great place to do road trips. The roads are nice and easy …

Road Trip 1: Paris to Monaco

My first road trip in France was actually my first time driving in a country …

Road Trip 2: Tour de Bordeaux

My second road trip in France was concentrated in one region, Bordeaux, rather than being …

Road Trip 3: Toulouse to Andorra and Back

The third road trip I did in France was actually to go visit the tiny …

Road Trip 4: Toulouse to Nice

The fourth road trip I took across France has to be my favorite so far …

Tips & Advice

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Giving the Middle Finger to Terrorists

With the holiday season upon us, those embarking upon international travel are inevitably being hit …

How To Prepare For Crazy Travel Delays

With a week of stormy weather again hitting the east coast of the United States …

Is Israel Safe for Tourists?

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that Israel is located smack dab …

Working It Out on the Go

The airline travel experience accommodates most of our modern lifestyle obsessions, from greasy fast food …

The Dangers of Flying Over War Zones

The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 over the troubled region of eastern Ukraine raises …

Awesome Experiences

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Montreal’s Fun AF Axe Throwing Bar

File this one under “Not the Onion.” Recently I was walking down a random side …

Road Trip Around Spain’s Andalucia Region

The vast region of Andalucia is one of the richest parts of Spain in terms …

Trying Brazilian Feijoada in Rio de Janeiro – YUM!

On my recent trip to Rio, one local Brazilian food experience blew me away – …

48 Hours in Athens

Democracy was born in Greece, so what could be a more unique place to celebrate …

Sand Surfing the Sahara

I’ve never surfed nor snowboarded, but I think I deserve some partial street cred on both …

Bygone Era of Luxury Alive in Buenos Aires

As Argentina finally reemerges from decades of woes, its vibrant Parisian-inspired capital is experiencing a …

Jerusalem’s Best Hotels for First-Time Visitors

Israel is an incredibly unique country in so many ways. Not only do three of …

Cairo’s Two Four Seasons

Egypt can be a rough place to visit. There’s pollution, crazy traffic, lots of hassle, …

Vacationing in a Screen Saver at the W Maldives

I’ve had many friends visit the Maldives over the years, and they all rave about …

Sleeping With Art at Hotel St. Paul in Montreal

I’ve stayed in all types of hotels all over the world — from the extravagantly …

Humor & Sass

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Are Airport Designers Drunk or High?

There are some really well-designed airports, then there are the Gatwicks of the world. You can’t …

Three Divas in Paris and Zero F*cks Given

So how about yesterday I was out strolling along the park in front of the …

7 Ways Travel Listicles Are Ruining Travel Writing

Travel writing used to be an art. Visitors to far away lands with a knack …

Jetset.Ninja’s Vegas Residency

I’m just going to come out and say it – there’s no better place to …

Totally Just Saw a Bribe Go Down in BA

So here I am sitting in an outdoor cafe in Recoleta, sipping a few glasses …