Why you shouldn’t just be an “eco-friendly traveler”
Thoughts

Why you shouldn’t just be an “eco-friendly traveler”

Traveling is not eco-friendly. Looking at the data, flying one less trans-Atlantic flight a year is the third most powerful thing you can do to reduce your individual level of carbon emissions. Or second, depending on how you look at…

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Best areas to stay in Seattle without a car: A car-less local’s guide
Seattle

Best areas to stay in Seattle without a car: A car-less …

If you’re looking for where to stay in Seattle without a car- you are the ultimate in “traveling like a local”. The environment thanks you. You’ll thank yourself, if you’re not used to driving on hills, in rain, or along…

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Seattle souvenirs: food gifts your friends will actually like
Seattle

Seattle souvenirs: food gifts your friends will actually like

You can get a ton of great Seattle souvenirs- food, art, home decor, etc. But how do you know which ones to bring to everyone back home? I vote food souvenirs. Seattle has an amazing food scene, and you know…

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Hipster things to do in San Diego
San Diego

Hipster things to do in San Diego

If you’re a hipster traveling to San Diego, everyone will tell you to hang out in North Park or Hillcrest. These areas are trendy, hip, and full of local/sustainable food, craft beer, indie movies, compost bins, and hipsters themselves. You…

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Ecuador travel tips: Things no one tells you about traveling to Ecuador
Ecuador

Ecuador travel tips: Things no one tells you about traveling to …

There are a ton of sites with basic, generic Ecuador travel tips. Ecuador means equator. The Galapagos are there. Bring an anti-theft bag. Wear sunscreen (technically, if you’re worried about aging, you should do this anywhere you are, whether or…

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