Paris Confidential : 10 little-known gems

Paris Confidential : 10 little-known gems Paris is far from being just a postcard should one discover the city via these little-known addresses. On the menu: a hidden Buddhist temple,

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Love in the time of Trump

Love in the time of Trump This year we are celebrating diversity, recognition of other cultures and reframing of ‘the Other’. This Valentine’s Day we’re bringing you to the Iran

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The Great Migration – The Safari Infographic

The animated infographic so you can plan on the best place to be to track the Great Migration while on safari. Urbane Nomads arranges mobile camping safaris for you to

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Polo and Riding Calendar- An Infographic (by Urbane Nomads)

Polo and Riding Calendar- An Infographic (by Urbane Nomads) Now you know where to go, when to go, when it’s off-season where you are… Cantering next to giraffes in the

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24 Places for the Luxury Adventure Traveler – 2017

24 Places for the Luxury Adventure Traveler – 2017 1. Nagaland Indian Nagaland can now be visited in style. With a personal butler, running hot and cold water and truly

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Ottoman-style Horseback Archery and Cirit

Ottoman-style Horseback Archery and Cirit The nomadic Turks, like most Central Asian communities, were renowned for their skills on horseback as well as their archery. It is said that the

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Susan Henry

Susan Henry Susan Henry is Co-Owner and Editor of Global Gallop, an unbridled travel magazine. Her GPS is permanently set on the intersection of plucky and peculiar. You can read

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Floyd’s Pelican Bar, Jamaica

Floyd’s Pelican Bar Jamaica – Photo Credit: Michael Henry I don’t mind telling you that I consider myself a bit of an expert on weird worldwide watering holes. One of

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Perrin Carrell

Perrin Carrell blogs at herepup, a site where ‘dog owners could come learn about dogs, share dog stories and read reviews on good, ethical dog products and dog food’. See

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View from our wedding reception

View from our wedding reception This was the view from our wedding reception. Can you believe that? It couldn’t have been more picturesque. That big ship is called the SS Badger,

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