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Archive for December, 2013
 

 
 

5 Crazy Things Americans Drop on New Year’s Eve

Throughout the world, New Year’s Eve is celebrated with much revelry. Some head to parties hosted by friends or family, others show up at temples or churches to worship as soon as the new year arrives, and still others he...
by Jim Cheney
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Christmas Lights in Seoul, South Korea

5 More Gifts Every Traveler Should Ask Santa For

The Christmas season is in full swing, and it’s likely that you’re looking for some inspiration to help you figure out what to ask Santa for this year (or what to buy for the traveler in your life). Without a doubt,...
by Jim Cheney
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Christmas Lights in Seoul, South Korea

Traveling Over the Holidays? Five Ways to Cope

It’s holiday season again. Time to get together with those you love and celebrate with gifts, Christmas cards, and fantastic movies and music. That is of course, if you are home with your family. However, if you’re ...
by Jim Cheney
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Tripologist’s Top 13 Articles of 2013

2013 has been a great year for both Tripologist.com as well as me personally. While I haven’t traveled as much as I would have liked, I’ve had the opportunity to share some great content, start up the Tripologist Tr...
by Jim Cheney
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Discuss: How Do You Cope With Being Away Over the Holidays?

If you’re like me, the joys of traveling can easily overcome any homesickness that you might have otherwise felt. Whether you’re traveling for a week, a year, or a lifetime, it’s easy to get swept up in a fore...
by Jim Cheney
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Two of the stone faces at Bayon Temple in Angkor Thom in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Angkor’s Lesser Known, but Stunningly Beautiful Angkor Thom

When I was growing up, seeing mysterious stone temples on tv with larger than life faces was relatively commonplace. From Indiana Jones to Legends of the Hidden Temple, I thought that most lost, ancient temples were covered in ...
by Jim Cheney
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