A small group of people you don’t know getting to know each other through travel by going on a group trip together

Keywords: group trip , group trip organizer , itinerary planning , Travel

Some of my best friends became even closer after traveling together and I met so many amazing friends during my time studying abroad. I went on my study abroad not knowing a soul but it was an amazing way to expand my horizons beyond the actual travel I was doing. Who knows, you may meet your bestie that you never knew existed by going on an epic group trip with me as the group travel organizer! (By the way, the groups aren’t too large, typically between 10-20 other passionate travelers.)


As we prepare for Airbnb to become a public company, we want to institutionalize our commitment to hosting, and our investment in the host community

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I am thrilled to announce that we are creating the Airbnb Host Endowment. The Host Endowment is intended to provide support for our host community, now and for generations to come. We plan to seed the endowment with 9.2 million shares from Airbnb. We will start to invest the endowment in the host community once the value of the endowment exceeds $1 billion. 

The endowment will provide support in areas including education, financial resources, and much more. With the Airbnb Host Endowment, we want you to share in our success – not merely at a single moment in time, but for as long as Airbnb exists. 


While travel might look a little different in 2021, future adventures are keeping travelers inspired, with 36 percent of respondents saying they daydream about travel daily or more, increasing to 47 percent amongst people who work from home

Keywords: destinations , stays , trends

Our research also shows that despite the uncertainty that continues to pervade people’s lives, the more they stay at home, the more the thought of getting out gives them confidence in the future. When asked how planning for a future trip makes them feel, the most selected answer by respondents was simply: hopeful.


We want to provide an opportunity for our hosts to connect with our global community of guests in the only way possible right now, online

Keywords: Lifestyle, Travel, Travel, Coronavirus, Covid-19, AirBnb, coronavirus pandemic, airbnb hosts, coronavirus travel

As of today, there are over 50 curated Online Experiences, led by hosts from more than 30 countries around the globe. The Experiences range in price from $1 to $40, and are hosted via Zoom. This also means many of the Airbnb hosts who are suffering financially right now can net some extra income.


Every Summer has a story — don’t let this time pass without creating a new one for yourself and the people you enjoy sharing those Summers with

Keywords: Beaches, Blog, faith, Family, Inspiration, Islands, Life, Philippines, Photography, summer, summer in the philippines, Summer Paradise, Travel, Vacation, Weekly Photo Challenge

I wish to thank my family and good friends in the Philippines for a Summer paradise that reminds me always of who I was and who I hoped to be. A Summer paradise where I know I can always go back and begin…


Marrakech Tripping Recipe: this was our first all girls trip

Keywords: eggs, brunch, Spanish cuisine, cocina española, Marrakech, Morocco

I’m sharing a few photos (okay, maybe a bit more than a few), and I could give you lots of tips and advice about where to go, what to do, or how to behave while there. But since I don’t like making my posts too long, I will list some of the wonderful things we did, and places we visited. Ask me any questions you’d like in the comments and I will be happy to answer them.


When they say carry a smile, you need it!


Having New Year’s resolutions is different from fulfilling them. Let me take you on a journey of the greatest resolution for 2020. Investing in adrenaline experiences, travel more, meet new people and do more challenges was one of the resolutions I made.

So yeah, Mountain slayers Uganda a group of people who love to slay all mountains, forests, islands, rocks and whatever as long as it has walking and climbed in it. I came across a poster with Semiliki Slay and oh my excitement kicked me, called my partner-in-hiking we paid up and got ready for the hike.


I hiked the Tororo rock as my first hike and it was so glorious so again I thought to myself Elgon is next, I slew Mount Elgon 4000m above sea level, it was hard huh but I came down healthy happy and an accomplished human.

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Looking for someone travelling to Vietnam soon


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Hi! I hope this is the right subreddit to post something like this.

I’m looking for someone, preferably European or from the US who is going to go to Vietnam soon.

I went to Vietnam with my SO a few years back and when going through Hội An, we went to a boutique and I got a sleeping mask with a cute illustration on it for her. She forgot it on a plane ride recently and despite all our efforts to try and get it back it was lost and probably thrown away.

It had a lot of sentimental value to her so she was pretty bummed. I managed to find the store and the brand of the mask with a little luck but it looks like they are only in Vietnam. Their online store is listing the mask I’m talking about and it’s fairly cheap (about 5€) but the…

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Switzerland Travel Help


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We are traveling, this summer, to Switzerland. Schedule below. Need help planning transportation and best options for purchasing tickets. Would a pass be recommended for this trip?


Stay One (1 Night): Fly into Geneva, spend night in Montreux

Stay Two (3 Nights): Staying in Wengen/Bernese Ob. (we would love to go to Gruyeres before heading to Wengen). We plan to do a lot of hiking throughout the region.

Stay Three (2 Nights): Lucerne


After that we are planning on training from Lucerne to Salzburg, where we have a rental car.

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USA: Travelling by bus

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Bus travel in the US gets a bad rep. Often for good reason. Yes, it’s super cheap (especially if you’re organised and plan your trip so far in advance you can get $1 fares) and the buses now have power outlets and wifi, but there are a fair few disadvantages to it too. In the couple of weeks I’ve been out here, I’ve ridden seven buses and have had the following experiences:

– A megabus with a broken thermostat. I can cope with the heat. The other 81 people on the bus couldn’t. Add in horrendous traffic and you have hours, HOURS of complaining. I think we quickly established the driver could do nothing, but the whining still continued. Your complaining is like vomiting. It may make you feel better, but everyone else hates you.

– A megabus that was supposed to depart at 6.00am according to my ticket and…

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