FOLLOW YOUR DREAM JOB: TOP TRAVEL JOBS & INSPIRATION FOR GLOBETREKKING, CREATIVE PROFESSIONALS

“Twenty years ago, a Hitachi executive named Tsugio Makimoto predicted a revolution. ‘In the future,’ he wrote, ‘high-speed wireless networks and low-cost mobile devices will break the link between occupation and location.’ The authors also couldn’t

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Born from volcanic rock and full of beauty and natural splendor, British Columbia’s Vancouver Island offers magnificent rainforests, towering mountains, sparkling blue seas, remote beaches, and secluded bays.   The Pacific Rim on the island’s west

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Calling all hikers + explorers! The 10 free-entrance days for 2017 in US National Parks will be: January 16: Martin Luther King Jr. Day February 20: Presidents’ Day April 15-16 & April 22-23: National Park Week Weekends August

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Hello, nomads! In this new installment of ‘Meet Your Fellow Nomads,’ we bring you real-life inspiration from the road, by other travelers – just like you! – that are successfully creating a life of

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Imagine all the things that you love about New England—namely lobster, fresh-caught seafood, fall foliage, lighthouses and stunning coastal scenery—but with less crowds, affordable prices, welcoming locals and a decidedly Scottish/Celtic flavor: That’s Nova

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US National Parks: Celebrating 100 Years Of Service On August 25, 2016, the National Park Service turns 100. The centennial will celebrate the achievements of the past century, but it is really about the future. It’s

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Happy 100th birthday to the National Park Service in 2016! To celebrate, there will be 16 days in 2016 where admission to all US national parks will be free for everyone. This fee-free week provides

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British Columbia: Unpublished Writers + Poets, 50+ (as of January 1, 2016) ‪invited to submit poetry, fiction or creative non-fiction works in English or French to The Cedric Literary Awards to win publication +

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There’s the New Orleans stories that everyone knows, like Mardi Gras and Marie LaVeau, and then there’s the hundreds of lesser-known stories—the ones that remain just out of sight, as if wiping away a

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