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— October 19th, 2017 Today, marks the opening of the 21st Annual Sculpture By the Sea, the world’s largest free sculpture exhibition. Every year, the three week exhibition takes over Sydney’s Bondi Beach with over 100 sculptures erected on…

Windstar Cruises are known for their intimate yacht-style voyages to small ports and hidden harbors. Its sailing yachts carry just 148 to 310 guests to some 50 nations, calling at 100 ports throughout Europe, the South Pacific, the Caribbean…

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in October 2016 before the trail was complete and revised for publication with up-to-date information on September 11th, 2017. 24,000km. That’s the length of the now fully connected Great Trail , which connects…

Beyond the flashy beaches of Cancun and cosmopolitan Mexico City, lies the state of Oaxaca. Oaxaca (also the name of the state’s capital) is a gentle city that mixes the colonial character of traditional Spanish plazas, churches and cobblestone…

Panama City Skyline

Panama City is tall and white, each glass building outdoing the last with funky facades that create curves and shapes in the skyline. Beneath the skyscrapers, street art scrawls profound messages—next to a handwritten advertisement for mangoes, an ask…

Hike Victoria

At the southern tip of Vancouver Island sits Victoria, a small city majestically surrounded by Pacific Ocean, misty mountains and seemingly endless sky. Its beauty, temperate climate and wealth of easily available adventures on both land and sea make…

South Korea 1

South Korea’s rich history and lively culture are reason enough to consider it for your next vacation. Often overlooked in favor of its larger Asian neighbors, South Korea is a hidden gem. Seoul, the largest city in Korea, has…

Paris, France’s largest city and crown jewel, is gifted with countless cool neighborhoods and cultural treasures to explore. But why limit your visit to the capital when the surrounding countryside has so much to offer? Discover a chateau, an…

Snowdon

Majestic landscapes, rugged coastlines and castles as far as the eye can see are just a few of Wales’ many calling cards. Add youthful cities and spirited people whose distinct cultures and traditions have thrived despite a long and…