5 THINGS TO DO IN ZAMBIA

1. Sunset Cruise Cruise along the Zambezi river during sundown and witness hippos, crocodiles, and even elephants grazing along the banks. Perfect for a chill night out, a romantic evening, or a laid back safari experience. Being on water also gives the opportunity to get quite close to many of the animals. 2. White Water […]

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HOW TO COOK RAMEN (FROM SCRATCH)

What is Ramen? Ramen is preferably known as a traditional Japanese noodle dish consisting of stretchy wheat noodles, a special homemade broth comprised with a variety of flavors, and delicate toppings of meat, spring onion, seaweed, bamboo shoots, spinach, and a soft boiled egg. Ramen originated from China, immigrating through the hands of Japanese soldiers during World […]

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10 THINGS TO DO IN CINQUE TERRE

1. Take a Boat Ride in the Ocean Rent a small boat and cruise alongside the five quaint sea-side towns onto the ocean. Perfect for a half-day adventure or to escape the crowds on land. 2. Walking Tour of Five Towns Take a self-guided tour of the five small towns which comprise Cinque Terre and learn about the […]

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PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS FOR FUSHIMI INARI SHRINE

A popular tourist spot in Kyoto, Fushimi Inari Shrine is one of the most beautiful and peaceful areas you’ll find in Japan. Composed with thousands of shrines, this popular location attracts visitors and photographers for it’s illusional, maze-like effect the shrines create when walking through it’s path. However, you may find it difficult to enjoy the calmness or […]

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SHOULDER SEASONS OF EVERY COUNTRY IN THE WORLD

Shoulder Season is a travel period between peak and off-peak seasons.Generally occurring during Spring and Autumn, shoulder season of countries are moderate in temperature, mild crowds, and higher value for your money. Peak season of travel either picks up or dies down during shoulder season, which is beneficial for price of many accommodations and airfare. […]

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THE POWER OF CHANGE

As many of you know, I’m the Founder of a non-profit organization called Humans of Change which builds schools in rural villages to promote quality education and create sustainable change. A good friend of mine is part of a University club at Davis and asked me to come and speak to the new and recruiting […]

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TOP 5 TRAVEL TUMBLE BLOGS

Lately, I’ve been spending quite some time on Tumblr trying to fill up those days when the weather is a bit chilly and the bed is a bit warm and comfortable. You know those days. For those of you in the United States, you’re currently approaching Summer season. Lucky you! For myself and those others […]

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