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[ad_1] Pin me! Each and every summer since I began my nomadic lifestyle six years ago, there’s no question where I’ll return to: Greater Los Angeles, the place where I grew up. The weather is perfect, I’m never bored, and of course, it’s home. It’s a funny thing, since leaving I’ve become more and more interested in the best and most beautiful places in and around greater Los Angeles, exploring the deserts, coastal areas, and mountains. Topping out at four hours in the car from LA, these are some of…

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[ad_1] It’s easy to see why travellers and creative people from all over the world often find themselves marking San Cristobal de las Casas (San Cristobal) as one of their favourite places to visit in Mexico. If you are looking for a cultural experience filled with art, tradition and colour, then there are so many amazing things to do in San Cristobal de las Casas that you’re going to find it hard to leave. The first thing you’ll notice when you arrive in San Cristobal de las Casas is how European…

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[ad_1] Written by James Wong Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a colorful mess of mazes and packed markets, hipster hangouts, thermal valleys and towering malls. This vibrant metropolis pulls together ancient culture from China with a dab of Japan and Korea’s futuristic coolness, particularly in its incredible food offerings. If you only have 48 hours to spare and you’re feeling fruity for a Taiwanese fling, here is our guide a weekend holiday romance with Taipei.   Get super organized before touch down Nothing like a warm cup of on…

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[ad_1] This month’s round up includes a story of a memorable homestay experience in Sapa, Vietnam © chain45154 / Getty Images What a month it’s been for our intrepid Pathfinders community. During August we’ve been regaled with colourful stories of pilgrimages in Peru, lesser-known alcoholic tipples in Mexico and a peculiar pastime popular in the Netherlands. Picking our favourite blog posts each month is never easy, but here are our top five from August. Lombok earthquake: our earth-shattering experience – Angie & Simon No traveller wants to dwell too long…

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[ad_1] We love Paris, it’s one of our favourite cities in Europe. And, ideally, we’d love for you to visit it for as long as possible! Still, we know that’s not always possible, and you might only have a short amount of time to see the city. The good news is that whilst having a few… [ad_2]

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[ad_1] Pin me! I love looking through my grandmother’s travel photos, imagining how it was back then. The other day as I flipped through, I wanted so badly to find a photo of her, but she is rarely in any of them. Like me, she preferred to stand behind the lens, and I suspect she probably felt vain or strange asking people to take photos of her. I feel the same way sometimes, or at least I used to. I finally realized, anyone could have been there, anyone could have…

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[ad_1] Want to get paid to travel the world, but don’t think it’s possible? Feel like it’s just a pipe dream?Think again! We’re proof that if you put your mind to it, you too will be able to get paid to travel. Every week, our inbox is flooded with emails from readers who want to travel, but don’t have the means to do so. Or, they want to travel and have some savings, but need to earn money online or find travel jobs while they’re on the road. People always ask us…

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[ad_1] With more than 15,000 temples across the country, you could spend a whole year visiting each one. But to make the most of your vacation time (so you still have plenty of time to eat delicious street food and sample locally-grown tea in authentic teahouses), we’re on hand to show you our top 7 cultural gems you can’t miss in Taipei. See the list below and share some of your favorites with us! 1. Sanxia District Take a trip back in time to Taiwan’s founding by heading to Sanxia…

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[ad_1] Lonely Planet Pathfinders Joris and Joanna © The World Ahead of Us Creative duo Joris and Joanna from theworldaheadofus.com have been travelling the world for over six months, and they still have a lot more to explore. Here’s what they’ve learnt so far. Tell us about your blog… When we decided to travel the world for a year, we started thinking about how we could share our experiences with others, including our families and friends. Creating a blog was the obvious thing to do but we wanted to make…

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[ad_1] Once you’ve done a bit of research into photography, you might start to come across photographers and photography websites recommending that you shoot in “RAW”. But what is RAW in photography, and why do so many photographers recommend it? Well, in this post, I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about RAW.… [ad_2]

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