Are There Any Other Travel Bloggers? Y Travel Blog

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Interview Y Travel Blog

Welcome to the sixth installment of the 4,007,236 part series Are There Any Other Travel Bloggers? Whether you’re a reader seeking out the best travel stories, a blogger wanting to learn the ins and outs of the industry, or someone who enjoys ridiculous questions where answers lack relevancy, you’ll like this segment. This week I spoke with Caz, one half of the Y Travel Blog team. Read more

Snowboarding Killington Mountain

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Snowboarding Killington Mountain

I’ve skied and snowboarded at least two dozen spots on the East Coast. But so far, nothing compares to snowboarding Killington, one of Vermont’s best mountains. With more than 140 trails, more than a dozen lifts, and three gondolas, “The Beast of the East” makes you feel like you’re out West.

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The ATM Ate My Debit Card

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The ATM ate my debit card

The worst feeling is when I’m traveling a foreign country and I realize that the ATM ate my debit card. It transforms the “Wow, money at my fingertips” feeling to “Holy shit, I have no money at all.”

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Snowboarding in New York: Windham Mountain

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Snowboarding in New York, Snowboarding Windham Mountain

My favorite line in the film Endless Summer is “You should’ve seen it yesterday.” For those who don’t speak surflish, it means that the waves were epic yesterday and you missed it… bro. So far this winter, I’ve been hearing surflish from the slopes. I had planned on snowboarding in New York over the Christmas vacation, but when I looked into setting up my road trip and clicked on the website for snowboarding Windham Mountain, it said that only twelve trails were open.

 

The day after I cancelled my trip, I received word from upstate that Windham had received a foot of snow and that all of the trails were open. “Good powder,” my brother wrote, who happened to be snowboarding Windham because his wife was performing there. (She’s a singer.) “30 trails open.” Read more

Travel with the Best Podcasts

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Travel with the Best Podcasts Radiolab

One of my favorite ways to road-trip is to travel with the best podcasts. Podcasts are radio on-demand and are a great way to gain wisdom, insight, and inspiration while waiting to get to your destination. Since some of us are taking road trips this coming holiday, I thought I would introduce you to my favorite podcasts. And what better way to get acquainted with the best podcasts on a travel blog than by hearing the hosts’ stories about traveling. I spoke with Robert Krulwich of Radiolab–a show where science meets philosophy and was the first podcast I fell in love with–and Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income–which teaches listeners how they can work hard now so they can reap the benefits later. Please enjoy Robert’s Lost in Translation moment in Italy and Pat’s story about finding inspiration in Hawaii. Read more