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For travellers on a tight budget or anyone looking for a truly immersive experience, the utility of couchsurfing is obvious. But is it safe for solo female travellers? The answer might surprise you.
Whether it's a quest for self-awareness, a cure for mental maladies or just the next big high, travellers are turning a traditional Amazonian healing ceremony into a multi-million dollar industry.
How a decade of international work and travel helped me survive four months alone in Alberta's boreal forest.
Cold, unfriendly and unforgiving? Think again. Three myths about the northern region that need to be debunked now. 
Operating on a shoestring budget, this non-profit is working to improve conditions for porters in Tanzania.
Stranded in a Walmart parking lot and other remarkable Instagram moments.
Arriving in the Eternal City after two years in rural Sri Lanka, only one thing could get me through this kind of culture shock.
A volunteer discovers that in Burma, the concept of privacy exists only for those who can afford not to share.
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