Travel plans for 2018 — On the Luce travel blog

2017 was a pretty epic travel year for me, with 24 trips to 10 countries. But although I visited plenty of amazing places, when I look back at my travel plans post this time last year, it turns out not many of them were actually on it! New York and the Cinque Terre were big […]

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5 Essential Travel Experiences in Tirana, Albania — Travel-Stained

Tirana’s enjoying a bit of a renaissance these days. Here’s what you can do when you visit.

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7 tips to travel with only hand luggage — The Growing Up Guide

Do you hate standing around at the airport waiting for your luggage to appear on the conveyer belt? But does the thought of travelling with only a tiny suitcase that fits in the overhead lockers seems impossible? Then follow these simple tips to travel light and you’ll be able to breeze past the luggage belt and […]

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Happy, Free, Confused, and Lonely at the Same Time

Birthdays have a way of making you think of every little thing. Though you might not necessarily feel older, the thoughts sure have a way of making you feel older. Yesterday I turned 24 years old, and well, the thoughts have taken over. Every year on my birthday, I am slightly consumed by a sadness that I […]

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Why Travel? — Travel with Curls

Traveling is an experience of a lifetime….. My recent posts only share my travel adventures; however, I wanted to take it a step deeper and get rooted into the base of it all. Why travel? Let’s break it down a bit. There are many reasons why you shouldn’t travel right? Long lines at the airport […]

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Sensory Overload in Chennai, India — Living The Q Life

It is hard to describe to people the overall sensation of what it was like when we arrived in Chennai during our visit to India several years ago. With that many people living in one place, around 8.5 million people, the city is a always in constant motion with cars, motorcycles, rickshaws, trucks, and people […]

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How (Not) to Hike the Tongariro Northern Circuit in Tongariro, New Zealand — The Ridgeline Report

The Tongariro Northern Circuit is one of the nine “Great Walks” managed by the Department of Conservation of New Zealand. Most people travelling to Tongariro apt for the challenging buy glorious day hike, the “Tongaririo Crossing”, that takes you to the Mt Doom of Lord of the Rings and past Emerald Lakes. I wanted to […]

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North to Alaska: A-Hiking We Will Go — How the Cookie Crumbles

To be fair, I should include what little I know about this Vancouver hiking group. Friends added friends and the group expanded due to similar interests and bonding. All my family has met them on several occasions during our visits to see sister, Jean. Warmer and more generous people I have never met. They invited me […]

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President Trump Says He’ll Pull the Plug on the North Korea Summit if He Feels it Won’t be ‘Fruitful’ — TIME



(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump said Wednesday that although he’s looking ahead optimistically to a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he could still pull out if he feels it’s “not going to be fruitful.” Trump said that CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Kim “got along really well” in their recent…

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Travel Guide: Pensacola, Florida — Just a Girl and Her Pug

Next to my hometown of Tallahassee, Florida, Pensacola is definitely my most visited city. My boyfriend Mark and I frequent there a lot because it is actually his hometown and lots of his family still lives there. I remember the first time he took me there to meet his dad and visit the rest of […]

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