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Visiting the Giant Pandas in Beijing

By Guest Poster | February 5, 2018

Do you love Pandas? Stupid question I guess. Who doesn’t love these cute cuddly giant fur balls? Probably the best thing ever Made in China. With those charming black patches around the eyes & ears and a customary pot belly, they are just too cute to ignore and the giant pandas are truly recognized as […]

How to Experience Chiang Mai like a Local

By Guest Poster | January 23, 2018

Chiang Mai is a popular destination for travelers, tourists and expats. It’s rich with culture, many activities, good food, and an affordable destination. The many reasons so many choose to visit Chiang Mai or make it their permanent residence. Whether you visit Chiang Mai or decide to make it your home, you can choose to […]

8 Business Travel Hacks to Make It More Comfortable

By Guest Poster | December 13, 2017

Not all of us can be George Clooney from ‘Up in the Air’ and for most people, airport security checks, long layovers and frequent jet lags can be a bit of a drag. Anything that can make this process more comfortable for frequent business travelers is always worth a try. So here are a few […]

Exploring the Ramadan Market in Kuala Lumpur

By Guest Poster | December 6, 2017

Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur is famous for its weekly night markets, where foodies can find an endless array of local Malay snacks and sample the delicious cuisine of the city’s large Chinese and Indian communities. But the biggest and greatest night market of all happens only once a year – during the holy month of […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Traditional Amish Food

By Guest Poster | November 29, 2017

There’s nothing quite like a home-cooked meal, and the Amish take it even one step further. Thanks to the fresh ingredients used and countless hours spent on just preparing for the meal, a traditional Amish meal is one you’ll never forget.  Whether you’re interested in preparing a traditional Amish meal yourself or would like to […]

Things to Do in Zagreb: A Local’s Guide

By Guest Poster | November 8, 2017

Zagreb has for a long time lived in the shadow of the more popular Croatian coast. But now things are looking up for the country’s capital city. Just this year, Lonely Planet placed it at the top of their hotlist of Europe destinations. And Zagreb Advent festival won the Best Christmas Market award two years […]

Responsible Tourism: How to Travel More Sustainably TODAY!

By Guest Poster | October 23, 2017

Travel is such a gift in that it opens your eyes up to just how special and beautiful our planet is. As travelers, this should be something that we wish to preserve and maintain for future generations. I wear my sustainable traveler badge with pride (around my neighborhood and the world) and I can’t think […]

Johannesburg: Between Fear and Fascination

By Guest Poster | October 16, 2017

The first thing I was told about Johannesburg was how dangerous it is. It started with my family at home, and progressed to fellow travellers I met in Zimbabwe and Botswana. My roommate in Victoria Falls told me he never left the hostel during his time in Joburg, because he was so terrified of being […]

Could You Get a Graduate Degree in Europe?

By Guest Poster | October 9, 2017

Chances are that if you’re reading Why Wait to See the World that you’ve got more than a bit of wanderlust.  Whether you’re in the middle of a meandering sojourn around the world or just planning a couple of weeks to see the sights in Europe, there is no doubt that you already recognize the […]

A Foodie’s Dream Trip to Maine

By Guest Poster | October 2, 2017

The beauty of Maine alone makes it a year-round tourist destination. Picturesque coastal towns, rolling mountains, lush forests… it all adds up to the perfect getaway. This is especially true if you’re a foodie on top of the fact that you’re a traveler: The Pine Tree State is known for its fresh, tasty cuisine almost […]

Christchurch Renaissance

By Guest Poster | September 25, 2017

It was a warm spring day and I was walking around the mall in downtown Queenstown, New Zealand when the ground started to shake. Quickly, I evacuated but, before I reached the exit, it was over. Once outside, I looked around where there appeared to be no damage. That is until I saw my friend […]

A Few Strange Reasons to Visit Poland

By Guest Poster | September 11, 2017

From vividly painted towns to spooky subterranean chapels, Poland fully embraces the quirky side of life. So here’s my celebration of some slightly weird but absolutely wonderful things to check out when you’re next here and some very strange reasons to visit Poland. Wooden huts in Podlasie Time has stood still in this part of […]