by Valerie Conners | 04.21.09 | 9:30 AM ET
On a trip to the Southern Hemisphere and with a need to disconnect, Valerie Conners pledges to embrace a Twitter-free vacation
by Sophia Dembling | 03.09.09 | 9:43 AM ET
Sophia Dembling has a different style of traveling, and she's tired of hiding it
by Kelsey Timmerman | 03.05.09 | 10:21 AM ET
Not much irks travel writer and new dad Kelsey Timmerman more than the words: "I guess your adventurin' days are over now, huh?"
by Rolf Potts | 02.13.09 | 10:09 AM ET
With superior dentistry and monolingual charm, you too can pick up women overseas. Rolf Potts gets all Maxim magazine.
by Ramon Stoppelenburg | 02.03.09 | 10:04 AM ET
Ramon Stoppelenberg asked the world to let him stay for a day. The world said, "Come on over."
by Rolf Potts | 01.27.09 | 10:00 AM ET
Rolf Potts examines the clichés of the revolutionary's admirers and detractors
by Jeffrey Tayler | 01.21.09 | 8:33 AM ET
In an essay adapted from a talk to writing students, Jeffrey Tayler makes the case for a life of mad (but not unhinged) adventures
by Eric Lucas | 01.12.09 | 8:55 AM ET
It's the universal, global, one-size-fits-all language. Eric Lucas says it's not enough.
by Jim Benning | 12.23.08 | 9:31 AM ET
Jim Benning celebrates the power of a dancing traveler with a video camera
by Kelsey Timmerman | 12.17.08 | 10:02 AM ET
Kelsey Timmerman tells all
by Anthony Bourdain | 12.15.08 | 12:36 AM ET
From a balcony in Sri Lanka, surrounded by AK-47-toting soldiers, Anthony Bourdain reveals why music can make a travel moment
by Peter Wortsman | 09.24.08 | 10:37 AM ET
Peter Wortsman recalls a life of travel inspiration.
by Daniela Petrova | 08.27.08 | 2:30 PM ET
When she arrived in Kenya to volunteer with the Maasai, Daniela Petrova looked down her nose at tourists there to have a good time. But was her own motivation much different?
by Eva Holland | 07.31.08 | 10:48 AM ET
From "Roman Holiday" to "Before Sunrise," Hollywood has understood the appeal of the overseas fling. Eva Holland explains the staying power of the big screen Euro-romance.
by Parag Khanna | 05.22.08 | 10:40 AM ET
Some bureaucrats joke that they would never claim expertise about countries they had not at least flown over. In an excerpt from his new book, Parag Khanna argues that real global understanding can only come from serious travel.