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11 ways to be more eco-friendly when travelling

By Juliet Kinsman, Wednesday November, In Partnership With, Shell Aviation
(It’s always worth a try – I’ve had this happen after saying something at an outpost of an elegant Japanese restaurant.) Now read:What is 'greenwashing' and how can we avoid it while travelling? What is 'greenwashing' and how can we avoid it while travelling? Style & Culture What is 'greenwashing' and how can we avoid it while travelling? Why sustainable travel is as much about humanity and diversity as it is about the planetWhy sustainable travel is as much about humanity and diversity as it is about the planet Inspiration Why sustainable travel is as much about humanity and diversity as it is about the planetThe biggest sustainable travel breakthroughs from the past 50 years
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13 Absolutely Amazing Places to Eat in Greenville SC

By Staff Writer
We had a fantastic time at the Hilton Garden Inn in Greenville. We’ve stayed at Hilton Garden Inn hotels before and have always had a wonderful experience. We enjoyed a fun happy hour and sit-down dinner, where the hotel team showcased core Hilton Garden Inn menu items, served with a Greenville twist. All of these dishes showcased Hilton Garden Inn Greenville’s customized menu and locally sourced ingredients that reflected Southern flavors. First, we tried a new specialty cocktail, created by actress Judy Greer, which is available on Hilton Garden Inn menus nationwide.
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15 Most Popular Day Trips From Los Angeles

By Staff Writer
Leonard Knight dedicated his life to this work of art in hopes to show that “God is Love” . Here’s an excerpt from a NatGeo photographer I follow who spent 7 years documenting his life and work. Leonard’s life and work drew from the deep and silent well of spirit that feels so far from many of us as we race through our lives. His message transcended any individual religion and spoke to the larger need for a Universal Faith driven by LOVE. The Salton Sea is also nearby, which lies 234 ft below sea level!
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16 Legit Side Hustle Ideas: How to Make Extra Money Online

By Katie Diederichs
People often ask us how we afford to travel, and truthfully the answer isn’t all that earth-shattering:We find creative ways to earn money so we have multiple income streams. We are very diligent about saving the money we do earn & prioritize what we spend it on. When looking for easy ways to earn money online, the tricky part can sometimes be finding out which gigs are legit and which ones are too good to be real (aka scams!). Whether you have a savings goal you’d like to reach, you’ve got travel on the mind (we feel you!) or you just want a little extra “padding” in your bank account, we’ve got you covered with some legitimate ways to earn money online fast.
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21 Best Places to Visit Upstate NY

By Staff Writer
We plan to check off a few more before the winter season comes. A couple of weeks ago, we headed upstate in an Escape Campervan. It was a great way to see and experience these state parks with a bit more comfort and style. During our trip, we mostly left it as a bed, and used the picnic table in our campsites. The back also opens up to a kitchen, with a camp stove, hand pump sink, and all the cooking items needed.
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25 Eco Friendly Travel Products for Responsible Travelers

By Katie Diederichs, Ben Zweber
Packing the right gear can really help you reduce your waste and travel in a more eco-friendly way. When you have the option to choose between air and ground travel, the latter is always a better choice for the environment. If you’re traveling in a different region, a simple Google search of “[location] + clean up” should point you in the right direction. This is especially important if you’re traveling in an area where water is in short supply. Ethical travel gear brandsIn addition to packing specific items that will help you be a more responsible traveler, think about the brands you’re supporting with your purchases.
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26 Essential Travel Safety Tips You Need To Know

By Katie Diederichs
Research popular scamsWhile most scammers don’t necessarily put your safety in danger, it’s a good idea to try to avoid them so you don’t get ripped off. Know how to ask for helpAnother helpful thing to know is how to say “help me” in the local language. But in crowded places like markets, rallies and subways, wear your pack in front. And even if you don’t know where the heck you’re headed, act confident and fake it. If you don’t feel comfortable stopping and taking out your phone, it might be a good idea to walk into the nearest café.
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27 Adventurous Things to Do in Costa Rica

By Katie Diederichs, Guest Author
Costa Rica is actually a “sweet spot” when it comes to spotting humpback whales. They hang out in the waters near Costa Rica for a few months – from December to April – to breed and raise their young. The group of whales from the southern hemisphere makes its way to Costa Rica in mid-July and stay until the beginning of November. Try to line up your trip with the annual Whale and Dolphin Festival, where you’re almost guaranteed to spot a whale! Party on the beachIf you want to dance the night away on the beach with an Aguila in hand (the local beer), there’s a good chance you’ll find a good time in Tamarindo or Puerto Viejo.
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4 Great Non-Touristy Places To Eat In Istanbul

By Anil Polat
Istanbul is a massive, sprawling city, whose area and population make it better to break the city down into its neighborhoods. Vegan IstanbulCanteen style lokanta are a good way to try various meat and vegetarian dishes. In Turkey however, borek is borek, and there are places dedicated to selling only borek. There are a few places to try cig kofte in Istanbul but although he’s no longer there, Orhan Usta is worth mentioning. A Few Other OptionsIn most cases eventually good places to eat in a city are found out by tourists.
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4 Things to Do in Olympic National Park Washington

By Staff Writer
There are so many spots in Olympic National Park, that we didn’t get to explore as many as we would have liked in one road trip. Overview on Things to Do in Olympic National Park Washington:This is a 0.8-mile easy loop with 100 ft elevation gain. PinThis 18-mile hike takes you to Blue Glacier. This 0.8-mile hike takes you to Sol Duc Falls and several smaller ones along the way. Have you been to Olympic National Park?
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5 Epic Day Trips from Reykjavik Iceland You Can’t Miss

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5 EPIC DAY TRIPS FROM REYKJAVIK ICELAND YOU CAN’T MISSSpecial thanks to Lotus Car Rental for sponsoring this post. BARNAFOSS & HRAUNFOSSARDistance: 74 miles / 1 hr 30 minsThis day trip gets you to two waterfalls in one spot. THE GOLDEN CIRCLEDistance: 147 miles / 3 hrs 20 minsThis is the most popular day trip from Reykjavik. THE SOUTH COAST PART I: VIKDistance: 112 miles / 2 hrs 20 minsThe second most visited day trip area is the South Coast. Between Vik and Jokulsarlon, there is plenty more to see that’s worth another day trip out.
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9 Amazing Things to Do in Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

By Staff Writer
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park comprises of 12 out of the 48 mile-long canyon of the Gunnison River. The South Rim is the most established part of the park with plenty of pullouts and short hikes. 9 THINGS TO DO IN BLACK CANYON OF THE GUNNISON NATIONAL PARK1. Pro Tip: The South Rim has easier hikes and the North Rim has longer and more strenuous hikes. The Gunnison River is the 5th steepest mountain descent river in North America.
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