Tripping is today launching a discovery engine that aggregates listings from the world’s top vacation and short-term rental sites to become the Kayak of Airbnbs.
It takes a little of the creepiness out of the Airbnb model and adds at least a bit of social proof and trust. It’s also more likely to make your stay in a new place more enjoyable, if you’re able to get recommendations on bike routes from people who are avid bikers themselves — and even go on rides with those people.
Greece represents, for many, the favorite summer destination in Europe. Every summer, travelers pour into the Cyclades Islands – mainly Santorini, Mykonos, and Paros. However, the Hellenic state has other jewels worth visiting. On the West Coast, facing Italy, are the Ionian Islands, small islands easily navigable with small ferries and tour boats.
Buried deep in the dunes of the Moroccan Sahara, we spend 6 days with 30 travelers making yoga in the mornings, dance expression workshops in the afternoon, meditating at sunset, sharing travel stories round the fire and making music under the full moon!
The plan seemed simple enough: Catch a bus half the way up then hike through the night to the summit of Mount Fuji to witness the majestic sunrise. Despite this being the common plan of most visitors to this destination, there is also a Japanese proverb that says,
“He who climbs Mount Fuji is a wise man, but he who climbs it twice is a fool.”
This trip would cost my friend his sole; actually, it cost both of them.
Tulum – one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Maya civilization of Mexico. Today visitors can see the well-perserved buildings and wander about the grounds, imagining what it was like to live there during its heyday, back in the 13th and 15th centuries. If you’re headed down to Mexican state of Quintana Roo, on the Caribbean Coast of Mexico, Tulum is a must-see!
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"You don’t belong, but you’re lucky enough to have found a means to peek in what would otherwise be a totally secret watery realm. While there, definitely marvel at the exquisite beauty of the decor – just don’t break any vases." -Janel
Jade has visited more than 30 countries and lived in 6. In this post she shares her adventures around the world like crossing a "bridge", hitchhiking a train at night in Hungary, and helping a community in Costa Rica.
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