Travel Book of the Month: Kon-Tiki

The closer we came into contact with the sea and what had its home there, the less strange it became and the more at home we ourselves felt. And we learned to respect the old primitive peoples who lived in close converse with the Pacific and therefore knew it from a quite different standpoint from … Continue reading Travel Book of the Month: Kon-Tiki

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Hong Kong Cancels All Flights Amid Clashes Between Protesters and Police

In the 10th straight week of protests, Hong Kong International Airport has canceled all flights in and out. Protesters in Hong Kong took to the streets following a controversial bill that would extradite those convicted of crimes in Hong Kong to China. Hong Kong is an autonomous special administrative region of China, and has had … Continue reading Hong Kong Cancels All Flights Amid Clashes Between Protesters and Police

Travel Book of the Week: The Best Things in Life Are Free

One of the most memorable moments I've had travelling cost nothing but the gumption to walk into the square that night. Tom Hall, The Best Things in Life Are Free Author: The Lonely Planet Team Published: 2016 Geographic Area: Worldwide Original Language: English The above quote comes from an experience one of the authors had … Continue reading Travel Book of the Week: The Best Things in Life Are Free