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It’s Not Hard to Escape the Travel Crowds

It’s nothing new to read articles complaining how overrun some places have become (like Ankor Wat and Machu Picchu, for instance). In this age of overtourism, where whole cities like Amsterdam and Venice are getting fed up, travelers often then make
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The Four Things You Need for International Travel

“There are only three essential things you need for an international trip: a passport, money, and time.” I’ve seen this quote attributed to a lot of people over several decades and have no idea who really said it first. It was
The travel gear I couldn't kill

The Travel Gear I Couldn’t Kill

Wouldn’t it be nice if you bought a travel gear item for your adventures and no matter how hard you tried, you couldn’t wear it out? Well, that photo above is from a trip to Oaxaca in 2014 and I still
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Dharma Buddies in India, Octopuses of Spain, and Lingering Bullet Holes in Bosnia

Obviously when we put out a new issue of Perceptive Travel, I’m not trying to win at search optimization with these headlines. Rather I want to show that we publish some of the best travel stories you’ll find anywhere on the
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I Want to Move Abroad. Where Do I Start?

“When I do research about moving abroad, I get overwhelmed by all the information. Where do I start?” I used to get variations on this question every month when I wrote about international living on my blog and started reporting from