“Here at Maps.com, we love to celebrate maps. What better way to celebrate than to give Maps their own day!” – JOHN GLANVILLE, MAPS.COM CEO Maps.com is excited to inaugurate International Map Day on February 3rd. Why this date? February 3rd is Ferdinand Magellan’s birthday, and he is the explorer credited with the first circumnavigation of the Earth, and therefore ... Read More
Posted on July 13 2017
Thailand is a jackpot of exotic, delicious fruit. The fruit comes in a variety of different shapes and sizes that I would bet you could not have imagined exist on our planet. I know that time and time again I have been shocked by the beauty and diversity of the fruits that nature produces. You might recognize durian and jackfruit ... Read More
Posted on January 21 2016
It’s that time of year again. That special time when glitter sprinkles down and wipes away all the grit of the previous year. Everyone gets a clean slate and all that less than stellar, regrettable, or even embarrassing stuff you did in the last year gets magically wiped away. With that fresh, clean canvas we head into the new year with new resolve. However, some of those resolutions miss the mark when it comes to setting attainable goals. The following resolutions are some of the most common but most impossible, making them some of our least favorite resolution. Here is a list of our 10 least favorite New Year’s resolutions:
Posted on December 04 2015
While traveling is generally safe—whether you’re walking the streets of Paris or browsing shops in Morocco—increased awareness can lessen the risk of your trip going from a dream to a nightmare.
Posted on October 02 2015
Most of us have to work at a job every day in order to make a living. Here are a few jobs that will have you traveling the world.
Posted on September 03 2015
Sipping coffee in Paris, walking along the Thames in England, or exploring the vibrant culture of India, all before you even get your first real job? Sounds like a dream—and it can be- for students who choose to study abroad. It can also be a nightmare for students who aren’t prepared or don’t adjust well to life in a foreign country. Below are a few pros and cons to consider about studying abroad.
Posted on January 15 2013