meaningful travel

It’s a smaller world – Part 3

by Alan Noble November 5, 2013

Editor’s note: This is the final of three parts written by my friend Alan Noble on his experience of living in Nairobi, Kenya after the Westgate Mall attack there in September. Last time we considered how advances in travel and technology have enabled many amazing opportunities in our world to grow closer together. But advances […]

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It’s a smaller world – Part 2

by Alan Noble October 30, 2013

Editor’s Note: This is the second of a three part series written by my friend Alan Noble regarding how travel and technology have affected his life living in Nairobi, Kenya. Last time I wrote about how advances in the world, particularly in travel and technology, have made it a smaller place. Often, those advances are […]

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The best trip

by Steve Brock October 16, 2013

The best trip may not be the most exotic, the longest or the most anticipated. It may, in fact, be much closer than any of those.

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Traveling beyond the story

by Steve Brock April 4, 2013

Using the structure of a fairy tale can improve our travel stories. But we may find that the best experiences are are not always best told…

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The five P’s of a good story

by Steve Brock March 22, 2013

Follow these five principles or elements of a good story and those travel tales you tell after a trip will definitely be better

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A letter from my first week home this year

by Steve Brock February 22, 2013

When you travel for eight weeks straight, it takes a toll on you. And then – gasp! – you realize that maybe travel isn’t all you thought it was.

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Why we travel

by Steve Brock November 13, 2012

Why do we travel? Check out this simple infographic of what we’re running from, what we’re traveling to and why how we travel may matter more than why we travel.

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