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Right around this time of year, everyone from The New York Times to AFAR puts out their annual guide on where to go, what’s hot and what’s not. (Beautiful photography included, of course.)
It’s a certain type of person who wants to visit the wettest place on earth. Maybe the Pacific Northwest was just a bit too arid for their liking. Or maybe a week-long trip to the Atacama left their skin drier than… well, the Atacama.
Last year was the warmest on record by far (and that’s been the case for awhile now). If you’re looking to get as far away as possible from rising tides, look no further than the highest city on earth.
But be warned: this is not a tourist destination. Life gets tough on the edge of the earth.
Thinking of moving abroad? Consulting firm Mercer just released their annual list of best cities for expats.
Don’t wait to cross the northern lights off that bucket list. They’re soon set to dim for up to a decade.
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Tourspain has recently released a set of virtual reality glasses that lets travelers explore all that Spain has to offer. (I’m still waiting for the moment someone can send some paella through the computer.)
Chuck Thompson once wrote, “I love England because it’s like a grown-up America, a fact I’m reminded of as soon as I get on a British Airways flight or hop into a London cab and people stop treating me as though I’d just learned to finger paint.”
The quest for plane tickets can drive us to jump through all sorts of proverbial hoops, like hiding our location and changing our language until we find—ta da!—that cheap golden ticket.
I used to watch the boats sail back and forth in the harbor from my cubicle and this junk (or boat) was always a distinctive blot on the waterfront. When I moved to Hong Kong, I didn’t believe there could be a city crazier than New York.