This week we’re reading about how Siri is learning a new language; the 23 best countries for work-life balance, how an iPad can pass as a passport; the upcoming faces of global music and potential sociological problems for social media.
Scrambling to get that last-minute gift for your favorite traveler? Look no further: with these suggestions you will be the most popular Santa at Secret Santa. Bose Noise Canceling Headphones: A staple for the frequent traveler. Blocks out the screaming … Continue reading →
2011 is coming to an end, so let’s celebrate another year with 20 magnificent photos from around the world! Taken at Amboseli National Park in Kenya. Image: lukasz dzierzanowski Taken in Bangkok, Thailand. Image: MikeBehnken Taken in Arneguy, France. Image: Jule_Berlin Taken in Guilin, … Continue reading →
As we get deep into the winter months, these gentle songs from Norway should set the mood. Playlist courtesy of 8tracks. This playlist features Norwegian artists such as Röyksopp, Gåte, and Jaga Jazzist. Image: artic pj
Today’s musical escape takes us to Brazil, playlist courtesy of 8tracks. This playlist takes us to the beaches of Brazil with the flavors of artists like Lucas Santanna, Anelis Assumpção, and Mão de Oito. Grab a Caipirinha and imagine yourself walking on the … Continue reading →
Learning a language can be difficult, and finding a program that works for you can be just as tough! To make things easier, we’ve compiled a list of the most popular language learning programs. Whether you are a novice or … Continue reading →
You may be surprised to know that most apps that travelers use are not ‘Travel Apps’ at all. However, if you arrive armed with these on your smartphone or tablet, you can be sure that your trip will run as … Continue reading →
Take a quick musical trip to Paris with today’s playlist, courtesy of 8tracks. Escape with us to Paris with the musical offerings of Brigitte Bardot, Carla Bruni and Edith Piaf. Imagine yourself at an outdoor cafe, enjoying your afternoon in … Continue reading →