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    Since the filming of The Lord of the Rings trilogy and The Hobbit trilogy, Hobbiton has become New Zealand’s biggest tourist attraction. The hyper realistic movie set designed by Sir Peter Jackson’s production team makes travelers feel like they’re in the heart of Middle Earth. Walking the streets of Hobbiton, you almost expect to see Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, and Frodo and his gang of mischievous and... Continue Reading >

  • These 10 beautiful hikes will transport you to another world

    Don't forget your camera at home. Norway's best hikes lead to views akin to any description of paradise: cliffs rising from the ocean, waterfalls pouring out to sea and glacial streams emerging from pockets of blue ice. Take it easy and slow, or show off your skills – in Fjord Norway, even a casual stroll can lead to a great reward. Here are 10 amazing hikes full of magical photo ops. Continue Reading >

  • 10 reasons this Icelandic music festival should be on your radar

    In recent years, visitors from around the globe have flocked to Iceland for its dramatic natural wonders and wide open, rainbow-arched skies. Fun fact: the country’s also home to an inspiring November festival that unites passionate artists and music lovers from around the world. From November 1 through 5, Iceland Airwaves returns to our favorite Nordic island for a celebration of arts, culture and... Continue Reading >

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    Historically, sailors have excelled at many things. Navigation, for example. Knot tying. And certainly, drinking. They knocked back a considerable amount of beer on any given voyage, of course, but as these salty men headed farther and farther from Old Blighty and other points north, the wondrous warmer climes – pleasant though they oft may have been – had one nasty folly: it spoiled the brew. But... Continue Reading >