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A look at what will trend in 2021. Pinterest recently released its seventh annual Pinterest Predicts report, providing a look into what people around the world have been searching for in 2020 and what it could mean for trends in travel, health and wellbeing, beauty, home décor, special events, parenting, fashion, food and beverage, finance […]Continue Reading
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We spoke with Dr. Kunjana Mavunda, M.D., a travel medicine specialist and pulmonologist at the International Travel Clinic, to find out how to be smart about flying during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Coronavirus cases are continuing to spike in the United States making it quite unappealing to fly as it’s impossible to socially distance on […]Continue Reading
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©Connie Coleman/Getty Images Here’s what you can do to feel a little closer to family and friends while staying #togetherapart. **If you or anyone you know is planning on traveling to meet with family this season, be sure to check out the CDC guidelines for holiday gatherings.** This year, there are two sides of the […]Continue Reading
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©Thaspol Sangsee/Shutterstock The CDC warned against traveling for the holidays as COVID-19 cases surge. TSA data indicates that over 2 million people passed through security checkpoints the weekend before Thanksgiving. It was only the second time since March that domestic flight travel had over 1 million flyers in a day. While this is a high […]Continue Reading
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(Old) Pickens County Courthouse, Carrollton, Alabama. Photo by Jimmy Emerson (Flickr). This courthouse in western Alabama is haunted by a lynched man. In Carrollton, Alabama, west of Tuscaloosa, almost to the Mississippi line, sits the Pickens County Courthouse. This courthouse was built in 1877, after it was destroyed several different times during the unrest of […]Continue Reading
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©Arina P Habich/Shutterstock Motorhome parked on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Sales skyrocket as Americans realize RVs have everything anybody could ever need in a quarantine. Since the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, Americans have been looking for a way to get out of their homes and start truly living their lives again. As summer arrives, […]Continue Reading
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#VanLife. It’s been all the rage for a while now. Living in your van or car can provide freedom. Freedom from rent, freedom from the mundane, and often most importantly, freedom to travel the country. But what happens when a pandemic hits, bringing travel to a grinding halt? What happens when you’re ordered to stay […]Continue Reading
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As global citizens and adventurers here is some simple advice on how every person, regardless of race, can be a Black ally during their travels. The Black human experience has been brought to the forefront of most people’s minds because of recent weeks’ Black Lives Matter rallies. The movement has spread like wildfire from its […]Continue Reading
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America has some of the most beautiful natural wonders that can be seen in National Parks all across the country. These beautiful places are wild and wonderful, and the wilderness can bring significant dangers to human beings. We’ve got the 6 worst ways to die in a National Park, and some tips for staying alive. […]Continue Reading
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©Sean Pavone/Shutterstock Here are 5 socially distanced activities near Jacksonville. Traveling in a post-quarantine, but still COVID world is daunting. It was obvious to me that one of the easiest ways to travel right now is to go camping. Just you in the woods with no one around for miles. This used to be the […]Continue Reading