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Top 5 *Indian* Food Musts in New Delhi

April 2, 2013
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Indian food in the Indian capital? You don’t say.

Jokes aside, with the recent explosion of international dining options and fusion restaurants in New Delhi, traditional Indian food seems to have taken a back seat. But when I’m traveling to another country, I expect loads of […]

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Travel Tip #15: If you’re a Louvre Museum aficionado, admission is free on Friday evenings, the first Sunday of each month, and July 14th.

March 27, 2013
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For all you Louvre Museum aficionados, whether it’s your 1st time or 30th time, it pays to know there are certain times and dates that admission is gratis. Every Friday evening, from 6p to 9:45p, admission to permanent collections is free for people aged 26 and […]

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Travel Tip #14: Back up your photos. PERIOD.

March 23, 2013
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Just as the title says, back up your photos, heck, back up all your files and your website, if it already doesn’t have an automatic backup feature! And then maybe backup all of that! As someone who has had to suffer through a hard drive crash AND […]

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[Recipe] 6 Drool-inducing, Soul-satisfying, Life-altering Cocktails

March 20, 2013
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Who doesn’t love a good cocktail?? Well, if you don’t, then you should probably stop here, close the screen, and know that we can’t be friends. No, seriously.
There’s very little a good caipirinha or dirty martini can’t fix, and […]

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Wired in the Windy City: 3 Favorite Coffee Shops in Chicago

March 20, 2013
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In a report, carried out by the website Bundle, that analyzes what cities spend the most money on coffee, Chicago, time and time again, undoubtedly tops the charts, bagging the title of America’s most caffeinated city. And that brings me to the point that if […]

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Travel Tip #13: While abroad, if you need more visa pages in your passport, get a refill book from the local U.S. Embassy/Consulate (U.S. Citizens).

March 14, 2013
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As mentioned above, I can only speak for U.S. passports and am not sure what the protocol is for other countries. But if you’re a U.S. passport holder and find yourself out of visa space while abroad, just head to the nearest Consulate or Embassy […]

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[Guest Post] Debunked! Top 15 Myths About Egypt

March 13, 2013
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After living in Egypt for four years, JoAnna of For the Intolerants has compiled quite the list of ridiculous remarks she’s heard about the country. Read on to see her debunk the top 15 myths about Egypt…

1) All […]

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[Interview] Malte Zeeck, Founder of Internations, the World’s Largest Community of Expats

March 12, 2013
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Mustering up the courage to step outside your comfort zone is the first step in moving to a completely foreign and unfamiliar country and becoming an expatriate. Once you’re at your home away home, the second hardest step is building a network and meeting like-minded people […]

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[Infographic] Educating Girls is Smart, For All of Us

March 9, 2013
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Regardless of what your stance is on gender equality, investing in the futures of girls and women is just good business. Some food for thought in honor of post-International Women’s Day […]

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