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Sips of Old Hollywood with Urban Adventures

by emmajanecaldwell@outlook.com @ Emma Jane Explores

There’s glamour in the grit and hustle of Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles. The City of Angels has always been a city of dreams for wannabe stars, but the harsh reality is that for many of them it has also been a city of hardship and struggle. Whilst the old Hollywood glamour is harder to...

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Explore Machu Picchu & the Amazon River 11 days, from €2,699pp

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Israel and Beyond, 8 days, €1,929 pp

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Belfast City Airport Announces £15m Infrastructure Investment

by Neil Steedman @ ITTN

George Best Belfast City Airport has announced a £15 million infrastructure investment that will include a major upgrade of its departure lounge, incorporating its retail, food and beverage offering. An upgrade of the central security search area will more efficient processing for all departing passengers. The investment also includes an upgrade of the airport’s hold […]

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Taking it to the Streets, Hanoi - Emma Jane Explores

Taking it to the Streets, Hanoi - Emma Jane Explores


Emma Jane Explores

The street food in Hanoi is second to none. I join an Urban Adventures night tour around the Dong Xuan Market district, eating local treats.

This dog and owner take epic adventures together — and their photos are everything

This dog and owner take epic adventures together — and their photos are everything

by Annah Despain @ Yettio

It’s easy to see how dogs are man’s best friend. They make great companions, even if periodically they do things like this… Giphy Then there are those moments that melt your heart and make you feel on top of the world. Meet Maddie, a dog that loves to go on epic adventures with her owner […]

Vietnam in Bildern: Was du auf einer Rundreise durch Vietnam erwarten kannst

by Intrepid Travel @ Intrepid Germany

Von einem berauschenden Marktbesuch in Ho Chi Minh City machst du einen Abstecher ins Mekong Delta zu smaragdgrünen Reisfeldern, dann weiter ins Shoppingparadies nach Hoi An und in die kaiserliche Stätte Hue. Aber auch die Erfahrung einmal mit dem Nachtzug von Hue nach Hanoi zu fahren, darfst du dir natürlich nicht entgehen lassen. Die Reise […]

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This American city just got voted the number 1 travel destination in the world — and it’s not New York or DC

This American city just got voted the number 1 travel destination in the world — and it’s not New York or DC

by Bobby Macey @ Yettio

From historic buildings to cobblestone streets, Charleston, South Carolina seemingly has something for everyone. In 2016, it was voted the best city in the world by Travel + Leisure readers. It was competing against places like Barcelona, Spain and Florence, Italy… so yeah, there’s something special about Charleston. First things first, It’s a coastal city, […]

The Camino Diaries – Passing Padrón into Rua de Francos

by Una-Minh @ Before My Mam Dies

Like all mornings on our Camino adventure, we got up early to make the most of the day. But leaving Caldas de Reis was in truth pretty terrifying because not only was it raining but the thunder and lightning were surrounding us. The ground was shaking with every thunderous boom and we had to be […]

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Hanoi Train Street – Experiencing an urban phenomenon

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

When we decided to visit Hanoi, of course we started to look at the various sights and attractions in the city. One thing jumped out at us as being a…

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Holy cow! 19 photos of India’s street animals

Holy cow! 19 photos of India’s street animals

by Angharad Bates @ Yettio

If you're a sacred cow you can go pretty much anywhere.

Vietnam's Street Food Culture - Caroline in the City Travel Blog

Vietnam's Street Food Culture - Caroline in the City Travel Blog


Caroline in the City Travel Blog

Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to subscribe to the RSS feed for updates on this topic.Tweet When I went to the travel doctor to get shots for my trip to Asia, she specifically told me that I wasn’t to eat anything from street vendors or anything I hadn’t seen cooked. …

2018’s Coolest Urban Neighbourhoods

by admin @ The Travel Project

“Trendy” isn’t necessarily something I’m good at. When growing up in a little farming town, matching my shoes to my belt was never really a concern. That’s why I’ve traveled to the ends of the earth in a soul-searching trip to learn how to become one with the cool kids. Follow this account, brought to you…

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Street Food and Hanoi Market Adventure Night Tour with Dinner, Hanoi tours & activities, fun things to do in Hanoi | VELTRA

Street Food and Hanoi Market Adventure Night Tour with Dinner, Hanoi tours & activities, fun things to do in Hanoi | VELTRA


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Discover Hanoi through a delectable street food night with dinner! Learn about Hanoi's culture through a guided street food adventure. Observe how the locals go about their lives.

Murals Of The San Francisco Mission District

by emmajanecaldwell@outlook.com @ Emma Jane Explores

I had never in my life heard of San Francisco’s Mission District. That is, until I signed up for a tour with the crew from Urban Adventures. Lucky I did, because this old Latin heart of San Francisco is filled with all the life, vibrancy and culture that makes the soul soar. In a few...

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Only Happy When It Rains (ft. Florence) | Italy

by Taylor Record @ Travel Outlandish

When it rains in Florence, Botticelli Angel umbrellas create an impenetrable fortress between human and sky. Lines to enter the Il Duomo di Firenze are almost as impressive as the cathedral itself, and you can forget about seeing The Birth of Venus without an iPad hovering in the foreground. Happy couples get caricature sketches while those that argued over getting lost all day slug back carafes of Sangiovese wine and binge eat pizza instead. It’s no secret there’s a dense collection of Renaissance art and architecture in Florence, and apparently, people are into it.  Each year, the UNESCO World Heritage city (population 370,000) welcomes 16 million tourists, and you can really, really feel it. It’s fair to say that pretty little Florence has a tourist problem. If you imagine Florence to be like a quaint photo, you might not like the city much at all. But if you don’t mind getting off the main streets and watching the crowds from afar, you’ll find garish window displays at high-fashion retailers, quirky cocktail bars, and local markets selling plenty of divine Italian food that isn’t even pasta. Want to get beyond the top 10 and see the secrets of Florence? Here’s some street photography […]

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Urban Adventures | Book Direct for Best Rate

Urban Adventures | Book Direct for Best Rate


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Hidden Hanoi: How to get the most out of Vietnam’s capital

by Una-Minh @ Before My Mam Dies

While there’s plenty to see in Hanoi, for people like us who have visited all the major tourist attractions, we’re always on the lookout for something different. Too many times have we read guides who claim that seeing the Temple of Literature, the Water Puppet Show and the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum are “hidden gems” […]

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Experience Hanoi Train Street - urban phenomenon in the Vietnamese capital

Experience Hanoi Train Street - urban phenomenon in the Vietnamese capital


TripGourmets

Hanoi Train Street is a narrow, populated city street with trains passing through each day. Read about our experience of this urban phenomenon!

Hanoi Tours & Activities - Daytrips and Tour Packages in Hanoi

Hanoi Tours & Activities - Daytrips and Tour Packages in Hanoi


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This selection of Hanoi tours is ideal for those looking to get the most out of their holiday in the capital city of Vietnam. Housing ornate Buddhist temples, ancient citadels, unique theatres, authentic markets, and French colonial architecture, as well as traditional villages and tranquil parks set

Which is the best street food tour in Hanoi?

Which is the best street food tour in Hanoi?


Travelfish

After four tours, approximately 13 kilometres of walking, three portions of banh cuon, a kilo of extra weight and enough sugar to dissolve a few dozen

My top 10 Penang street art murals and where to find them

by Camha Pham @ curated by cammi

There were two main things on my radar when heading to Penang, Malaysia. First: street food; and second: street art. Penang, and in particular its capital George Town, has a compelling cultural scene that flourished after George Town was deemed a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. The city’s cultural identity was cemented when the Penang State

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The Great Southern Africa Safari

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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Street Art in Los Angeles

by emmajanecaldwell@outlook.com @ Emma Jane Explores

Street Art in Los Angeles is everywhere you look. Wandering down Hollywood Boulevard, it can be easy to be caught up in the celebrity stars on the Walk of Fame, the theatres that line the streets and the crazy entertainers in costume taking photos with over-eager tourists. But, waiting around the corners, down the side...

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Qantas Updates the Irish Trade on New Developments

by Neil Steedman @ ITTN

Qantas representatives updated over 50 travel agents and media on the airline’s plans for 2018 at NoLIta in South Great George’s Street, Dublin, reports Ian Bloomfield. Pauric Gallagher, who returned to Dublin having recently joined Qantas and is now looking after Corporate Sales for the UK and Ireland, told Irish Travel Trade News that Ireland […]

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This Japanese man’s food hack will make you rethink how you eat corn on the cob

This Japanese man’s food hack will make you rethink how you eat corn on the cob

by Bobby Macey @ Yettio

YA Japanese man went viral on Twitter last month after he posted how he eats corn on the cob. Turns out, there’s a good reason he went viral. It’s a genius food hack. He wasn’t the originator, however. You see, he recently moved to a new city called Hokkaido and this is how people in […]

Teufelsberg: No One Listens Better than the NSA | Germany

by Taylor Record @ Travel Outlandish

Berlin was still devastated from WWII in 1957, and you’ll find a mountain of rubble in Grunewald Forest to prove it. Debris too much to bury and too heavy to move was instead piled into a mound; On top of a Nazi military-technical college, at that. They called it Teufelsberg (Devil’s Mountain). Since its construction, Teufelsberg has served many purposes. For a time, it was equipped with ski jumps, but the jumps began to decay after 30 years of non-use. Next, it served as an NSA Listening Station. In 1963, US Allied forces selected Teufelsberg as a superior vantage point for listening in on Communist communications. The structure was abandoned after the Berlin Wall fell in 1989. In the 1990’s, investors bought the site with plans to build a hotel and apartments, but the project was deemed unprofitable, so they never built. There have been talks of both preserving and destroying the harrowing reminder of  history, but the towers of Teufelsberg still stand. And today, where there was once ruin, there are murals. Closets overflow with unused supplies, and there are only beams where walls once stood. You tread through fields of shattered glass and concrete crumble. Handrails rust and canvas […]

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51 Unique + Fun Things to do in Chile | Chile

by Taylor Record @ Travel Outlandish

If you’re traveling down the Gringo Trail, Chile might feel unexpectedly familiar. There are no ramshackle busses or alpacas wandering the streets. Instead, there are arbitrary laws, expensive cups of coffee, and high speed internet connections. In some weird way, you might miss the chaos. I wondered whether I was making a mistake by blowing the rest of my travel budget on a place that looked so much like home (and cost as much, too). But there’s something special about Chile. After I really got to know it, Chile became one of my favorite countries. Perhaps it was because I finally started to speak Spanish or was traveling on my own for the first time in years, or perhaps it’s just because Chile is diverse,  dynamic, and completely fascinating. Want to experience Chile beneath the surface? I bet you’ll dig it too. From geodesic domes where you can spend the night to the otherworldly nature of Patagonia, here’s are some of the weird, wild, and totally fun things to do in Chile. Very Chilean Experiences 1. Start up north for the gentle surf & sun in Arica (Arica y Parinacota) 2. Head into Valle de Elqui for a pisco tasting tour by bicycle (Coquimbo) […]

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Explore Israel & Jordan, 15 Days, From €3,399pp

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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6 Incredibly unique restaurants to eat at in Chicago

6 Incredibly unique restaurants to eat at in Chicago

by Annah Despain @ Yettio

Chicago is known for its busy airport, sports teams, and, most of all, food. If you only eat at chain restaurants when you visit, you are missing out on some of the best dining experiences the Windy City has to offer. Here are six restaurants that are unique to Chicago and will leave an impression, even if […]

Best cities to chow down on street food

Best cities to chow down on street food


Yettio

Seriously tasty and budget friendly.

These vending machines in Singapore aren’t selling food — what’s in them may surprise you

These vending machines in Singapore aren’t selling food — what’s in them may surprise you

by Luke Charny @ Yettio

A novel idea.

Southern Africa Safari Experience

by Laoisa Sinclair @ TravelAgent.ie

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7 Awesome Koh Samui Activities and Adventures (that you won’t find on other lists!)

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Koh Samui island has long been one of the country’s favourite hotspots for tourists and holidaymakers. These days, on arrival at Thailands second-biggest island you can find literally hundreds of…

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Girl converts old van into tiny apartment and travels the world with her dog

Girl converts old van into tiny apartment and travels the world with her dog

by 223magg.2231968 @ Yettio

Meet Marina Piro. She’s a twenty-something adventurer who is traveling the world… with her dog Odie… And “Pam the van”—a van she gutted and converted to a tiny living space. You can

Adventure of a Lifetime Halong Bay,Hanoi Street food and Overnight Train to Hue

Adventure of a Lifetime Halong Bay,Hanoi Street food and Overnight Train to Hue


carnsoreboxer

Day 2 and 3 Tuesday 27th and Wednesday 28th January 2015 So, what is to be the norm for our tip is early morning starts.  The bus is due to leave at 7.30.  Reality is, set alarm for 90 mins before,…

There’s a baby eating statue in Switzerland and what it means is, well, unsettling

There’s a baby eating statue in Switzerland and what it means is, well, unsettling

by Bobby Macey @ Yettio

There is a city in Switzerland that is home to around 410,000 people (including surrounding areas and suburbs). Meet Bern, a beautiful place with historic buildings and a nice river running through the town.  It’s the type of place you’d happily walk the streets with your children and have talks about life. It also happens […]

Halong Bay Cruise Review

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

One of the reasons we chose to visit Vietnam so early on in our full-time travel adventure is that a boat cruise in Halong Bay has been on our bucket…

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A Tale of Three Cities, Two Countries: Hanoi, Vietnam

A Tale of Three Cities, Two Countries: Hanoi, Vietnam


ITTN

Continuing his round trip with Emirates and Sunway, ITTN’s News & Features Editor Neil Steedman flew on from Yangon, Myanmar, with Emirates’ through flight to Hanoi in Vietnam to see Uncle Ho, taste the street food and – yes, of course, to experience that traffic. Yangon to Hanoi At Yangon International Airport, premium class passengers […]

Hanoi to Hong Kong | Intrepid Travel

Hanoi to Hong Kong | Intrepid Travel


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Intrepid Germany | Discover the spectacular southern reaches of China on this adventure through the past. Start in Vietnam's jewel of the north, and delve further into the region's French heritage over the border, with a stop in Mengzi. Explore Yuany...

Locals are shocked when American jumps into piranha-infested pond

Locals are shocked when American jumps into piranha-infested pond

by 223magg.2231968 @ Yettio

This is adventurer and Angry Planet TV show host, George Kourounis. George has a hypothesis: these toothy fish, Piranhas, aren’t nearly as scary as we make them out to be. And to put his theory to the test, he has decided to dive into a pond that’s completely infested with Piranhas. He’s sticking to his guns—even […]

must eat: Northern Vietnamese Street Food + Urban Adventures

must eat: Northern Vietnamese Street Food + Urban Adventures


Travel Outlandish

Exploring the Vietnamese night market + must eat Vietnamese street food + the Urban Adventures street food tour you won't want to miss!

My Hanoi street food tour with Urban Adventures

My Hanoi street food tour with Urban Adventures


curated by cammi

Sample and learn about Northern Vietnamese cuisine on the Urban Adventures Hanoi Street Food by Night Tour.

Hidden under this modest suburban home in Las Vegas is a 5,000ft luxury doomsday bunker

Hidden under this modest suburban home in Las Vegas is a 5,000ft luxury doomsday bunker

by Angharad Bates @ Yettio

Now owned by a mysterious group called 'the Society for the Preservation of Near Extinct Species'.

The whistling noise coming from this island is not what you think it is—and the truth behind it is beautiful

The whistling noise coming from this island is not what you think it is—and the truth behind it is beautiful

by Bobby Macey @ Yettio

The Canary Islands are located just off the coast of Spain and there’s no shortage of fun to be had there. You can cook food over a volcano, dive into the history of the Spanish Civil War (it started there), and see Spain’s highest point, which is located on the island of Tenerife. But there’s […]

Going Wild: 15 Treks in South America | South America

by Taylor Record @ Travel Outlandish

Let’s think of South America as the world’s playground. Everyone has heard of the Inca Trail, but when it comes to treks in South America, that doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface. You can get the most from your time on the continent by exploring its limits. You can cross borders on your own two feet or be at the top of a volcano before the sun has even peeked over the horizon. And that, guys, is what adventure travel is all about. There are thousands of trails to choose from in South America. Knowing just which trek to pick can be your first big challenge. I collaborated with some extra rad adventure travelers to detail the best treks in South America so you don’t miss a single one. Let’s get to it! Some photos have been edited by me and may not reflect the style of the photographer.  The Best Hikes & Treks in South America Huemul Circuit | Argentina Nearest City: El Chaltén, Argentina // Difficulty: Hard // Duration: 4 Days The Huemul Circuit may just be 63km, but it’s considered one of the most challenging treks in South America. The first day’s scenery is forests and hanging glaciers with a night spent […]

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5 Tips for Choosing the Best Road Trip Vehicle

5 Tips for Choosing the Best Road Trip Vehicle

by Haley Kieser @ Yettio

You hear that? Life is calling you for an adventure. The time has come to put the pedal to the metal, grab your best friends and family, and go on a road trip. You have the snacks, the songs, and the good vibes. You’re just missing the car. There are so many questions to answer […]

Our Ultimate Guide to food in Hanoi Old Quarter

by Sarah @ TripGourmets

Eating out in Hanoi, or more specifically finding the best food to eat in Hanoi, can be a daunting prospect. This is our ultimate guide to food in Hanoi Old…

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