According to Science, travelers live Longer

Science says traveling may help you stay healthy and strong. The benefits of traveling are reflected in our physical and emotional health. Traveling makes us happier and can even reduce the risk of having a heart attack. And it’s not only me saying it, it’s actually dozens of studies. More than just a “holiday” Even […]

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The 10 Best Destinations to Visit in 2018

“To travel is to live.” When they ask “Where would you like to travel?” you probably think of a million places. Whether it’s the beach, the mountain or a valley…  Seems like there’s some for everyone. The recommendations of Lonely Planet for 2018 are already here: according to the popular travel guide, destinations are more […]

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Fighting Bodyshaming in Mexico: Discover Mangata Swimwear

Anna Sofia Racansky is more than just a smart businesswoman.  She is not afraid of anything or anyone. The way she has built her brand is revolutionizing the world of fashion in Mexico. With the many trends coming into a globalized world, the definition of beauty is changing, and everything depends on the perspective of […]

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9 Things to Do and See in South India

Now, India is full of amazing and unique places. Anyone who visits for the first time, will likely NOT get enough time. No person can ever say “I’ve seen all of India”, cause it’s just NOT possible. India is just many cultures pieced together, overwhelming with beauty one single place. While there are things that […]

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10 Differences You Should Know between Halloween and Day of the Dead

Many think Day of the Dead is a “Mexicanized” Halloween. And well… It could not be further from the truth. For starters, Day of the Dead is MUCH older. The reality is that there is much misinformation about these two celebrations in relation to death. Mostly, the idea of both is completely different. So, I’ve done […]

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Day of the Dead: When Mexicans invite Death into their Homes

Celebrating death?  Day of the Dead is approaching fast, and Mexico is preparing to receive this popular celebration. It is so big, that it has been declared by Unesco as an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Understanding death from another perspective and even laughing at it is part of the spirit of this celebration. I’ll […]

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International Relations: A New Study about Sex Trends while Traveling

When I write, I love to get down and dirty, and I’m not really afraid to talk about sex. In this day and age, where there is really no place for judgment sexual practices are involved in practically everything. That is no different when it comes to traveling. Have you ever thought about picking a destination […]

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6 Things you Should Know about Dating a Traveler

With a nomad heart and a taste for adventure, dating a traveler is not easy at all.  They have a wider concept of the world and always have their eye set on a new destination. But don’t get me wrong… Being with someone like that is not easy, they are different people that require different […]

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6 Things you Should Know about Dating a Traveler

With a nomad heart and a taste for adventure, dating a traveler is not easy at all.  They have a wider concept of the world and always have their eye set on a new destination. But don’t get me wrong… Being with someone like that is not easy, they are different people that require different […]

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Ahmedabad and the Future of India

When I landed in Gujarat, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect, because I had read all sorts of different things about it. Ancient, Muslim,  Hindu, mysterious… It is GREAT. There is nothing that excites me more than the chaos of something beautiful and new. I had only been in India for a week and […]

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