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Reflections on Travel

Reflections on Travel

Auschwitz: The execution wall. Photo by Flickr/Antony Stanley

Poland: An Agoraphobic in Europe

A traveler overcomes her own paralyzing fears when confronted with the bravery of those who survived Auschwitz in Poland.
Five places in Paris to find inspiration.

5 Places in Paris to Inspire Creativity

New York Times Best Selling Author Denise Grover Swank shares five places in Paris that inspire her creativity.

Back to Basics: The Floating Bungalows of Baan Krachang

Let the quiet sound of water lapping against the planks of the floating bungalow floor sing you to sleep at this Thai eco-resort.
Taking a cliché picture in front of the John Lennon wall in Prague. Photo courtesy Paula Naoufal

Three Cultures, One City

When a Lebanese woman attends an American study abroad program in Prague, it makes for an unusual but rewarding cultural collage.
Moving to Vietnam meant a world of change

Welcome to the Jungle: Living in Vietnam

Living in Vietnam: Welcome to the Jungle www.goworldtravel.com/ living-in-vietnam Moving to Vietnam to teach English opened my eyes to a whole new world. This rapidly-changing country is rich in culture and tradition.
Coffee around the world

Around the World for a Cup of Coffee

As I sat outside of a local restaurant in Santa Cruz, California, I took an unexpected voyage around the world.
Travel in Prague

Au Revoir Paris, Hello Prague

You may find me, not sipping a velvety Bordeaux in the Marais, but rather, drinking a pilsner in Wenceslas Square.
The author and her friend, Melanie i

1st Person: How a Girl From Iowa Opened My Eyes to...

It only takes one person, one experience, to open the door to the joys of world travel.
Family travel holiday in Greece. Flickr/ mariusz kluzniak

Travels with Mom in Greece

I knew that traveling to Europe with my two daughters was going to be an experience, but this wasn't what I envisioned.
Zaragoza is becoming more popular among visitors.

Sleepless in Spain: Zaragoza

Zaragoza, Spain may not be well known with tourists, but its unique culture and cuisine make it well-worth the visit.
Why I love travel in Paris

The Parisian Angel

It was time to reconsider Paris. Sometimes places, like people, deserve second chances.
Reflections on Travel

First Person: Reflections On Why I Travel

Never do I experience the world more intensely and appreciate its beauty more than when I travel.

Argentina: Losing It at the End of the World

A traveler finds himself stranded in Ushuaia, the southern tip of Argentina.
Using English during international travel

What’s in a Word? A Glitch in the World’s Second Language

Filtering the English language through a foreign tongue can sometimes lead to a few good laughs.

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