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7 Reasons to Head Over to Seoul Right Now

You might have heard the saying: Go to Seoul to refresh your soul. It is one of those emerging tourist spots where the new meets the old. If you haven’t visited this South Korean capital as of yet, then you should totally do it at least once in your lifetime. Why visit Seoul? Here are ...

New Vietnamese bridge appears held aloft by a giant hand

Over the summer, a spectacular golden bridge opened to the public near Da Nang. In addition to a great view from Vietnam's Ba Na Hills, the Cầu Vàng bridge appears to be supported by a colossal hand. (more…) ...

Let me tell you about living my life on the road

In passing, I've talked about the fact that my wife and I are full-time nomads. Lemme expand on that. A few years back, we bought a 21-year-old RV with the intention of living in it while my wife completed her degree in Vancouver, Canada. Typically, w... ...

Review: Microsoft’s Surface Go is almost everything I want in a travel computer

Every year, I wait for Apple to announce mouse support for the iPad. Every year, I am left unfulfilled. Apple's nailed the apps that I need to do my job on the go, but the lack of a mouse for interacting with text slows my workflow way the **** down. T... ...

Every Lonely Planet guidebook you’ve ever wanted is available for less than 80 cents each

09.06.2018 · Posted in Technology Articles, Travel Articles

If foodies turn to Yelp to find a new restaurant to try, and cinephiles hop on Rotten Tomatoes to find out if a film is worth sitting through, travelers often leaf through the pages of Lonely Planet's guidebooks to get expert tips on how to get the m... ...

TSA + CBP test new ****** recognition tech & computed tomography scanners at LAX

A new ****** recognition technology screening system will soon be used on some travelers who pass through Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). (more…) ...

Get a super thin, multi-port travel charger and become everyone’s airport BFF

08.30.2018 · Posted in Technology Articles, Travel Articles

For reasons no one can understand, most wall chargers are gigantic bulky messes that hog power strips, stretching out over other outlet spaces like a terrible seatmate on a crowded flight. That analogy becomes even more apt when you’re travelin... ...