Vegas is great! It’s one of the few places in the world where you can go really go wild and let loose. But after a few days of it, it can be draining. You start to lose track of time, incur gambling debt and walk around with a constant hangover. That’s when it’s nice to pack up and recharge with some of the amazing landscapes surrounding the Vegas area. Nevada borders Arizona and Utah and…

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Our guide Irene was animated as she explained what we could expect from our next stop. “First,” she described with a mischievous smile as her gaze spanned the group, “you deep fry the potatoes slices. Then, you smother them with beef fat gravy and curry mayo. And then–you PUT THEM IN YOUR MOUTH!!” She clapped her hands down on her lap for emphasis, her bright pink skirt swaying in the wind. The group’s laughter joined…

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Tom Hanks bought a villa in Antiparos 15 years ago and it somehow remains one of Greece’s best kept secrets. Less than 2,000 residents live on the Greek island year-round, spanned across a stretch of land approximately 17 square miles long. With whitewashed buildings, cobblestone streets and blue doors framed by bougainvillea trees, Antiparos is a haven untouched by the influx of tourists to the Cycladic Islands and one of the few places where you…

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I’m so excited to share with you a guest post today on excuses women use not to travel written by Phoebe from The Chance of Choice. A few years ago, Phoebe was diagnosed with illnesses that doctors claimed she’d never recover from. Today, she is healthy, happy and on her way to becoming the (second) woman to visit every country in the world. She knows firsthand the value of setting aside excuses and following your dreams.…

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The Grand Canyon is America’s most famous natural wonder, and there’s no better want to see the South Rim than by hiking the South Kaibib Trail. There are many other routes you can take, but the South Kaibib Trail offers a combination of secluded hiking and canyon views that can’t be beat. The best part is, you can hike as little or as much as you want. It’s a great trail for beginners and those…

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