Juice Money does it again – Toronto Nuit Blanche

Juice Money does it again – Toronto Nuit Blanche

We love when we connect people with local experiences, so we just couldn’t help but share this story. After posting this video from last year’s Toronto Nuit Blanche, a lot of people were on the hunt for this year’s pop-up Juice Money jam. This unofficial open mic has become an...

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Biking in Kathmandu: I did it for the mud and the momos

Biking in Kathmandu: I did it for the mud and the momos

The rumour is that you become fitter when you spend time at altitude. Your lungs become stronger because your body is working harder to find oxygen with each breath. So, after spending two weeks over 3,000 metres in Nepal, I was not afraid of a little Kathmandu by Bike Urban...

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Traveller stories: Nikki in Andalusia

Traveller stories: Nikki in Andalusia

In May I was lucky enough to head to Andalusia for an entire week. I had been the year before, but for a work trip, and so was looking forward to repeating some of my favourite things — and checking out some new sites and tastes that I hadn’t gotten...

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Traveller stories: Brianna in Philadelphia

Traveller stories: Brianna in Philadelphia

I devour history. It’s not a rare trait among us who love to travel and it’s one of the many things that drew me to Prague. This fact makes it all the more surprising that I had never really explored Philadelphia, the city that glowed faintly in the distance of...

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Traveller stories: Pascaline in Zanzibar

Traveller stories: Pascaline in Zanzibar

Have you ever had the feeling of travelling to a new place and, even though you didn’t know any of its culture, language, or customs, you felt like you could call it your new home? Zanzibar was one of those places for me. I was rushing to end my breakfast...

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Hungry in Hungary: 6 foods to find in Budapest

Hungry in Hungary: 6 foods to find in Budapest

We were recovering from a long evening coach journey, and our hunger led us to choose convenience over adventure. We landed in a safe, cheap food option in Budapest: an ‘all-you-can-eat’ restaurant in Oktogon. With a plate in hand, we dawdled over metal food warmers. There were slicks of discoloured...

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How to plan a spontaneous getaway

How to plan a spontaneous getaway

Plan a spontaneous trip? Sound like an oxymoron? It’s not! Sure you can’t plan for the when and where, but you can be prepared for when the mood strikes, or when you see a killer travel deal. We got some awesome tips on this week’s  Travel Talk On Twitter that we thought...

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How Do You Find An Urban Adventure?

How Do You Find An Urban Adventure?

On this week’s Travel Talk On Twitter, we caught up with Intrepid Travel and the Twitter community to talk urban adventures. We were so inspired by the diversity of stories and suggestions that we rounded up our favourite responses so you can get inspired too! 1. What’s your favourite city...

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Traveller Stories: Helena-Jane in Seoul

Traveller Stories: Helena-Jane in Seoul

Helena-Jane’s local market experience in Seoul is memorable to say least. Here’s her story: “A local market adventure in Korea generally starts with a rude awakening first thing in the morning – more often than not, a market is announced by a recording looped over and over and played at top volume over a...

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Traveller Stories: Susan in Morocco

Traveller Stories: Susan in Morocco

When Susan H. was travelling alone through Morocco in 2002, she encountered some surprising and heart-warming local hospitality. Here’s her story: “I travelled from Malaga, Spain by boat to Melila, Morocco. Upon arriving in Melila I took a bus to the small town of Nador in Morocco in order to take the...

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