By DJ Robbins Down the damp streets of Hoi An’s mango-colored ancient town, ladies in conical hats hawk eye brow threading, hollering men push one-hour boat rides, six-year old children sell packs of gum and dragonflies that balance on the tip of your finger… but nobody’s biting.
Long Fishing Pier Penang photo via Shutterstock By JJ Fox As the rush hour traffic dies down and the city starts to cool off, an aromatic blend of garlic and spices starts to fill the air.
By Peter Gyulay When traversing the globe, a common phenomenon seems often to occur: the warmer the climate, the warmer the people.
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By Zara Ladakh is a part of Jammu and Kashmir (India) and its special terrain creates a spell which tempts all travelers and seekers of adventure to dive into this magic well created by nature, at least once in their lives.
Proménade des Anglais Photo via Shutterstock By Elizabeth Johnson Nice is both easy and difficult to discover: easy, because a tram runs right through the center of the city; difficult because there is so much more to the city than its center.
By Nick Bashqawi First, I must admit that the title is a little misleading. I say this only because I chose to use the word “hungry,” which is a word that many seem to fixate on when you tell them you are fasting.
Thinking child photo via Shutterstock A roundup of meaningful, insightful and fascinating stories from around the globe: Why Do People Actually Quit Their Jobs?
By Angelica Olstad When it comes to my health I can be a little inconsistent. I’m a yoga teacher so it goes without saying that I am mindful of my well-being.
By Emilia Sierzputowska When Ola and Pieter informed their friends and families that they are quitting their jobs and going to Vietnam, the reactions they received were not only supportive but also envious: “It’s so great!
BY KERN CARTER When I turned 25 I remember feeling severely depressed that I hadn’t accomplished all of my goals and that my life wasn’t exactly how I had imagined it years prior as an eager university graduate.
Makeup image via Shutterstock By Amalissa Uytingco Going green does not only refer to recycling and energy or water conservation.
By Amalissa Uytingco At number 5 on CNN’s list of 10 best “Cycling routes that’ll take your breath away” is Taiwan’s Sun Moon Lake, a scenic route encompassing the perimeter of a peaceful expanse of turquoise water.
Hands of a retired farmer photo via Shutterstock This Kickstarter project will support an exploration of life, love and family through the eyes of centenarians (people over the age of 100) from around the world.
Ibiza openly welcomes all types of visitors: jetsetters, families and clubbers alike. But only few are aware that long before the clubbing boom, Ibiza was a simple island with natural beauty attracting “hippies” and musicians.
Concept of Israel and Palestine photo via Shutterstock Yuval Roth the founder of Road to Recovery, organizes volunteer drivers to transport Palestinian patients to Israeli hospitals, so they can receive excellent medical care.
By Andrew Manley & Michael Silk Located just 20 minutes from Shanghai by fast train, Suzhou is a city that oozes culture, a site for heritage enthusiasts who want to gain insight into a truly authentic Chinese cityscape that boasts over 2,500 years of history.
Girl taking selfie photo via Shutterstock Facebook is truly the king of social media. The amount of shares, uploads, “Likes” and friend requests per minute is almost unfathomable.
Even if you’re not into makeup, this tutorial by Anna Akana will make you want to take on the world and roar “Girl Power!
By Elizabeth Johnson French restaurants can be deliciously deceptive, especially for new explorers. Most menus boast similar cuisine, and the country’s brasserie culture—where locals drink apératifs and observe passerby on the patios of every restaurant—presents the illusion that any eatery is both popular and palatable.