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Q1. Where would you want to be the first to set foot ? “ A1. Cairo, Egypt – imagine discovering the pyramids and all those tombs! #TNI Reena Ganga Thu, Jan 12 2012 15:31:45 ReplyRetweet “ A1. Somewhere tropical, like a rainforrest, before it had been bulldozed or over developed #TNI Suzanne Thu, Jan 12 [...]

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Jan 15, 2012

Q1. What new destination is on your list for travel in 2012 ? #tni “ A1 If we’re talking a really new destination I want to visit South Sudan most of all #tni Iain Mallory January 4, 2012 2:17:05 AM EST ReplyRetweet “ A1. Copenhagen in order to beg for a table at Noma, and [...]

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Dec 31, 2011

Here’s a Storify recap of #TNI Dec. 22, 2011. #TNI is short for Travelers Night In – a Twitter travel chat that happens every week. This week’s topic was Travel Celebrations – a collection of the best festivals and celebrations in the world. This is a collection of some of the noteworthy tweets. Look out [...]

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Dec 24, 2011

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Here’s a Storify recap of #TNI Dec. 15, 2011. #TNI is short for Travelers Night In – a Twitter travel chat that happens every week. This week’s topic was Broke Travel – or how to travel frugally. This is a collection of some of the noteworthy tweets. Look out for this every Friday. Brought to [...]

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Dec 15, 2011

How can you not want to protect the endangered snow leopards after seeing this insanely cute video from a German zoo? Hat tip to Vice.

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Oct 26, 2011

From the mysterious far reaches of Nagaland in India to the spectacular vistas from Malaysia’s tea-growing Highlands, this week in travel has it all: 1. http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2010/dec/11/india-nagaland-jonathan-glancey. Think you know India? Think again! The remote state of Nagaland is an enigma even to most Indians, with its majestic landscapes and blood-stained history. The Guardian’s Jonathan Glacey [...]

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Dec 19, 2010

Post image for NEWSWORTHY in Travel: Flying kites in Pakistan, disappearing heritage sites

Whether you’re interested in flying kites in Pakistan or sailing yachts in Barcelona, this week’s travel roundup offers luxury and danger in equal measure. Try death-defying stunts in Afghanistan, or race against time to get to Turkey’s disintegrating Ani, before it’s too late… 1. Endangered Costa Rican turtles That cute little turtle you’re cooing at [...]

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Nov 02, 2010

Don’t Make These 7 Photo Mistakes These seven rules are a (mostly) tongue-in-cheek guide to ensuring that your travel photos don’t bore your friends.  Do they really need to see another picture of you in a bar in Barcelona? The Top of the World: Ladakh, India A handful of crisp, stunning photos of Scott Sporleder’s [...]

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Oct 11, 2010

1. Karma Defined! No, really… We hear this Buddhist term thrown about all the time, but what is its real significance in our modern lives? That’s one of the things that will suck in you to Breathe Dream Go’s insightful take on how karma transcends culture and travels across the planet through an insightful review [...]

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Oct 11, 2010