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From trails to rails: East Africa

Periodically, it's good to refresh our knowledge and perceptions when it comes to travel: things change so quickly! What was once antiquated, forlorn and sketchy has since turned into a bright light of how humans get things done. One recent example is rail in East Africa. They have really taken the…

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Beached Rails in Latvia

Yes, it probably seems like an odd title for a post, because we, too, wondered about how many beaches there are in Riga. From our fuzzy memories, we seem to recall Riga as being landlocked and in some ways, forlorn and forgotten. But, as you'll - and as we discovered, Latvia offers way…

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OMIO Sleeper trains

We’re excited to announce the launch of the European Sleeper Train on Omio! This new overnight train service connects the continental hotspots of Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, and Prague. To celebrate a new eco-friendly way to see the continent, OMIO is releasing a new discount code that’s valid on any international train (or bus or ferry)…

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Mexican-do!

We write a lot about Mexico, because it has a lot to offer, of course. Sun, sea, food, lovely people and it's a holiday bargain. The country is probably more diverse than you remember and, as you jaunt from city to city, you can see how Mexico is a fascinating patchwork of interconnected…

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Light rail in Seattle: a sounder solution

Like a flock of sparrows in the afternoon sun, it's so satisfying to see when the sparrows (in this case humans) find a way to fly together. And, as we say until we're blue in the face, one of the best ways to do that is to save the planet in any ways that…

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