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Baja, Boracay, and 10 Years of Perceptive Travel

I launched Perceptive Travel in January of 2006, just as lots of magazines aimed at independent world travelers were going out of business. I and many of my fellow travel writers were seeing fewer and fewer outlets that were publishing quality
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Be Prepared for Lots of Resistance When You Say You’re Moving Abroad

If you limit your actions in life to things that nobody can possibly find fault with, you will not do much. – Lewis Carroll What will your mother say when you tell her you’re going to move to another country and
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There are Better Options Than Moving to Canada

Canada’s immigration site crashed around 10:30 last night as it became clearer the angry orange one had a clear path to victory in the presidential election. I’m sure the site will be struggling with inquires from U.S. citizens and others for
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Street Food and Nightlife in Guanajuato, Mexico

Went to do some bar hopping in Mexico while grabbing some taco stand food along the way? This could be a bit dicey on both counts if you’re just winging it, but not on a bar and tacos night tour of
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Mongoloid Mountain Men, Creepy Cassowaries, and Unnatural Nature on TV

If those titles make you at all intrigued, head over to read the latest issue of Perceptive Travel, the best online travel magazine (according to two travel writing associations) and your monthly antidote to mindless fluff. The mysterious mountain men appear