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What to Consider When Visiting South East Asia

Travel Articles - 1 hour 22 min ago
The idea of visiting South East Asia for many is a dream come true, but there are many things to consider before visiting the region.

Learn the general knowledge about Shaolin Temple

Travel Articles - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 19:29
As the origin place of Kungfu, Shaolin temple has enjoyed a high reputation all over the world.

Finding The Wine Trails In Your State

Travel and Leisure - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 18:00
Forty-six different states in the country now have commercial wineries. While in several cases it may only be two or three wineries in a state, and no state comes close to the market share enjoyed by California wines, this just goes to show how much people all across the country are enjoying wine and making it part of their lifestyle.

Making The Most Of Your Time In South Florida

Travel and Leisure - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 18:00
The number one concern facing most families when they are planning a vacation is how to guarantee that they are getting the most bang for their buck. Because of this, many families don't even consider island vacations because of the preconceived notion that there simply won't be enough to do to maintain everyone's attention and enthusiasm for several days. It's time for those families to take a look at Key West, Florida.

A Place to Relax with the Family Members

Travel Articles - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 07:57
In order to enjoy and remember a place for long week end and vacation there are many places where many tourists love to visit along with the family.

Fun Facts About Oktoberfest in Munich, Germany

Travel Tips and Destinations - Wed, 10/29/2014 - 05:49
One of my most enduring memories for me of visiting Europe was a couple of years ago attending Oktoberfest in Munich. Its roots go back to over two centuries when the citizens of Munich in 1810 were invited to the marriage festivities of the Bavarian Crown Prince Ludwig. Forty thousand people at that time celebrated for over five days and it grew from there.

Lost in Attractive Sangke Prairie in Gansu

Travel Articles - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 19:39
Sangke Prairie is located in Xiahe County of South Gansu Autonomous Region of the Zang Nationality, which belongs to the meadow prairie, with an average altitude of well over 3,000 m above sea level.

A Guide to Planning a Michigan Vacation

Travel Tips and Destinations - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 12:08
When planning a Michigan vacation, you might want to know what to expect and when to expect it. You might also need a little help deciding on places to visit.

Rocky Mountains Reflected in a Lake in the Kananaskis Country, Alberta

Everything Everywhere via rss - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 11:55

Rocky Mountains Reflected in a Lake in the Kananaskis Country, Alberta

Top 5 Family Holidays Destinations in the Maldives

Travel Tips and Destinations - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 10:21
The Republic of Maldives is a series of islands that is located approximately 470 miles southwest of Sri Lanka. It sits in the Laccadive Sea and is a paradise for visitors from all over the world. The chain of islands has a variety of family holiday destinations to choose from, but there are five that stand out from the rest. When you are planning your next family vacation to an island getaway, consider one of these resorts of the Maldive Islands.

Historic Attractions Not to Miss in the Maldives

Travel Tips and Destinations - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 09:55
There's nothing quite like a trip to the Maldives. When we think of a vacation on the islands, white sand, turquoise seas and palm trees pop into our minds. Sometimes the historic sites of this island nation get lost in the diving specials and beach resorts, but here are six historic sites you won't want to miss.

TOWIE: Try Our Way Into Essex

from Go travel via rss - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 09:27
Forget everything you thought you knew about Essex. Take as trip to the much-maligned county and prepare to fall in love with all things Essex. The post TOWIE: Try Our Way Into Essex appeared first on HomeAway Blog | Travel Blog.

Visit the blog for the rest of this post.

Grand Canyon Helicopters - Autumn's a Great Time to Fly!

Travel Tips and Destinations - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 07:47
This is the time of year that's best to visit Grand Canyon National Park. And of the many ways to do it, helicopters are the best. Learn which is right for you. Read this article.

Hot spot of Ooty tourism : The Fern hills palace

Travel Articles - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 07:22
Most of the tourist places are known for their landmarks and Ooty is not an exception.

A Twenty-Something Traveler Turns 30

Twenty-Something Travel via rss - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 07:16

So that finally happened.

When I started writing Twenty-Something Travel I was 25 years old. I was living at home, dating random guys on OkCupid and planning, desperately hoping really, that I would get the chance to travel full-time for just one year. Just a year and then I would be ready to settle down (ha.) The idea that I would one day be thirty, and that I might still want to travel, much less blog, never crossed my mind.

Me at 25

Like most mid-twenty-somethings I never really thought about turning 30, at least not in any concrete way. But, time passed. I did get to travel, a lot actually. I got married. I pursued my dream career with both successes and failures. And now here I am, somehow, 30 years old.

Which means this blog is now over.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kidding! I would never do that.

In truth, I’m mostly pretty excited about turning 30. My twenties were an amazing, wild decade that I managed to live on my own terms, and I expect to do the same in my thirties. I celebrated my birthday by pushing myself totally out of my comfort zone at a music festival in Austin, Texas, surrounded by my husband and friends (a husband and friends who I would never have met if I hadn’t started blogging, I might add).

Me at (almost) 30

In fact, I would go into the next decade completely unencumbered if it weren’t for one small, enormous issue. This website.

I have paid for naming my blog Twenty-Something Travel many, many times over. Every time I meet someone (and in my profession, I meet a lot of people) the first thing they ask me after hearing about my website is “What happens when you turn 30?”

God, I loathe that question. I have answered that question in many ways: seriously, flippantly, like a smart ass (“I’m already 43”), and the truth all along was I didn’t really have any idea. In fact, I asked you guys last year, on my 29th birthday what you thought I should do. Change the websites name? Create a new site and leave this as a resource page?

I’ve had plenty of time to think about it and what I decided was this: I’ve worked too hard on creating this site to either rebrand it or abandon it. From a business perspective, it’s just not smart to mess with a name that is pretty well known and respected in the travel blogging industry. Furthermore, I believe in the message of Twenty-Something Travel and I don’t think it’s such a narrow message that it doesn’t apply once you hit a certain number of digits.

Can’t stop, won’t stop

So Twenty-Something Travel will be staying the same, for now anyways. My amazing staff writers Kay and Jessica will continue to provide their very different twenty-something perspectives and I will continue writing as well.

As I’ve mentioned before, a lot of the writing I do on a daily basis isn’t even for this site. Twenty-Something Travel is my creative outlet and I cherish it. In time I might transition some of that writing, particularly stuff that is only tangentially related to travel to StephanieYoder.com (don’t click it, there is nothing there yet), but that assumes I ever find the time to build it out.

Until then, let us continue our 5 year conversation about traveling as a Millennial and all the joys, heartbreaks, trials and tribulations that go along with it.

But first let’s eat some leftover cake.

A Twenty-Something Traveler Turns 30 is a post from Twenty-Something Travel

Delhi - An Upholder of Islamic Heritage

Travel Tips and Destinations - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 07:09
Delhi is renowned for its intricate mix of cultures and traditions. One such important aspect of Delhi is its Islamic character. The city has many architectural marvels that greatly contribute to the city's heritage. One cannot simply deny the presence of iconic buildings and monuments that punctuate the city's skyline.

Some of the Special Things to be Witnessed at Kodaikanal

Travel Articles - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 06:55
Neela kurinji is one of the nature's bounties which occurs every twelve years. It blooms and covers the spectacular valleys of Kodaikanal, which is a popular tourist hot spot tucked on the slopes of the upper Palani hills.

The majestic Mohabbat Maqbara in Junagadh near Gir

Travel Articles - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 00:26
Gir, the last bastion of the Asiatic lion, is a beautiful habitat in the Junagadh district in Kathiawar, Gujarat. Find places near or around Gir National Park for weekend getaways.

Beholding the Resplendence of Purana Qila during a Holiday in India

Travel Articles - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 00:24
It is made of stone and bricks, has arches, but entry inside is not allowed as the structure is being protected by an iron fence and gate. Another interesting attraction to see here during Delhi holiday tours is the underground bath known as hammam.

Myanmar Luxury Tours: Best Options for Travel Enthusiasts

Travel Articles - Tue, 10/28/2014 - 00:18
South-East Asia comprises many beautiful countries like Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong and Singapore. All these countries attract many tourists throughout the year. But if anyone wants an exotic and adventurous trip, Myanmar is the best location. The magnificent temples, long sandy beaches, delicious food and lovely people make this country worth a visit.

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