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How to Have the Best New Year’s Any Where in the World

New Year’s is a time to do out with the old and in with the new. So, if you’re tired of staying home and watching the same old ball drop at Times Square on TV, here are some fascinating New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day events and traditions from around the globe that could...

11 New Year’s Eve Traditions From Around the World

Around the world, a wide range of cultures believes in a variety of New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day actions that can influence one’s fortune for the upcoming year. Whether purported to drive out the bad or draw in the good, these traditions are deeply rooted in local culture.

How to Acclimatize to a New City

It’s becoming the new norm for people to move around — either for a job, or for a new relationship, or just for a change of scenery. Moving to a brand-new place can be a big adjustment, and it might take a while to acclimatize to your new surroundings.

5 Ways to Sleep in a Party Hostel

I’ve previously written about my accidental stay in a Barcelona party hostel. In sum: I’m the queen of introverts, the Darcy of parties, and on my first visit to a hostel I wound up in a rumpus party center. But I was more interested in touring during the day than living it up at night....

Mini Guide to New Zealand

New Zealand is a relatively new country. It was only settled by Polynesians around 1300 CE, and became a British colony in 1841. It’s located 1500 kilometers east of Australia and has a population of roughly 4.7 million. The country is famous for its incredible natural beauties, which is in part due to the intense...

7 Mexican Cities You Have to Party in Before You Die

Mexico is the definitive party location in Central America. Take your pick from these destinations, party with the locals and other tourists, and have the time of your life.

How to Learn a New Language for Your Next Adventure

It’s true that nowadays you can get by with English pretty much everywhere. But as soon as you venture into the countryside of a developing country, you might struggle to have interesting conversations. Learning a new language can help you explore a country in a more meaningful way as you can truly get to know...