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  • How to Take Photos of Yourself When You’re Traveling Alone

    Picture it: Lake Amatitlán in Guatemala, 2006. Me, on the pier, posing for what has since become one of my favorite pictures of myself. Somehow, everything just seems to work: the landscape, the ghostly effect, the fact that you can hardly see my face. A […] read more

  • London – 48 Hours to Eat

    The British are good at making comfort food, perfect for cold wintry days but they're also great at transforming cuisines from other cultures into their own. You've got restaurants ranging from Michelin starred and gastropubs, to the Indian curry houses and […] read more

  • London – 48 Hours to Christmas Shop

    Christmas is the time to give and receive. This is when everyone, even the usually anti-shops men go shopping for presents. London can get quite manic during this period as people frantically search for the perfect present to give to loved ones.Kick off […] read more

  • Surprise trip to London with the tripwolf Team

    Two weeks ago, the Vienna based tripwolf team got up early for 30h trip full of surprises, inspirational inputs and good fun. Two weeks earlier we got an email from Sebastian, our CEO inviting us to a surprise. All we knew at that stage was we had to get up […] read more

  • Rainbow Nation is ready, willing and able

    South Africa, according to countless magazine, billboard and commercial declarations I have seen in the past 24 hours, is “ready for action”. A good thing, considering the first World Cup on this continent kicks off in just two days time.After an 11-hour […] read more

  • “Why we travel” – Photo Feature

    Thanks to user diadin for this amazing photo from London! […] read more

  • Fairytale Getaway – The Cotswolds of England

    When I was a young Air Force officer on temporary deployment to Fairford in the to the rolling green hills to the northwest of London, England, some years ago, I was fortunate enough to have colleague who was determined to prove to his ex-wife that he was not […] read more

  • Where the Right Side is the Wrong Side – UK Rental Car Tips, Part Two

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/emdot/ / CC BY 2.0 ...continued from Where the Right Side is the Wrong Side - UK Rental Car Tips, Part One.Finally, on the subject of the cost of driving in the UK and Ireland, heed this advice from someone who has learned the […] read more

  • Where to Eat: Brick Lane Beigel Bake, London

    Though everything in East London seems to be gentrifying faster than you can say "overpriced vintage," Brick Lane Beigel Bake is one reliably down-to-earth institution that isn't going anywhere. It's been around for over 100 years and doesn't look as if it's […] read more

  • Get to know your tripwolf bloggers – Cristina (maglayas)

    [caption id="attachment_2118" align="alignnone" width="500" caption="On the way to the San Blas Islands, Panama"][/caption]We've got some strong personalities here at tripwolf, but we all have one thing in common - our love and desire to explore the world! […] read more

  • Only Americans Would Give Thanks Like This: The Thanksgiving Blog, Part 1

    The fourth Thursday in November is coming up, and if you're in the U.S., you're probably starting to salivate from anticipation. Thanksgiving began as a lesson in sharing - Native Americans taught the clueless Pilgrims how to grow corn that would help them […] read more



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