3 Things You NEED to Eat in Portland, Oregon + A Tribute To Anthony Bourdain

If it weren't for Anthony Bourdain, we probably would not drive down to Portland as often as we do. We have been making the 3-hour drive for pizza several times a year, which led us to discover other eateries, so now we make the drive not only for pizza, but for Mexican food, coffee, and donuts as well. Here are three things you need to eat in Portland, Oregon.


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Why Big Bend Is a Seriously Underrated National Park

If you travel across the flat plains of West Texas all the way to the Northern border of Mexico, you’ll find a hidden gem full of canyons, breathtaking desert, and wildlife. Big Bend National Park is certainly not the most popular protected piece of land in America, but if you ask people who’ve been there, they’ll tell you that it’s one of the most underrated. *Guest Post by Riley of Impulsive Wanderlust*

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How To Pack For Winter In Europe Without Bringing Your Whole Closet

Looking for the best packing tips for visiting Europe in winter? Even though Europe is one of the smallest continents, it is still a very diverse place, and climate can vary widely depending on where you are visiting. So first things first, before you start packing for your winter Europe trip, you need to assess your itinerary and check the weather reports.

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Try To Avoid These Overrated Tourist Attractions: 7 Travel Bloggers Reveal Their Disappointing Experiences

Sometimes when planning a trip or curating our bucket list, we get caught up in the whirlwind of glamorous Instagram photos, guide books' "must-see" lists, and the multitude of recommendations we get from friends and colleagues. Well, what about when these things that are on our list end up being a disappointment? What about when you get there and realise...uh oh, I'm in a tourist trap??

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