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Where to Watch the World Cup in a City Near You

Where to Watch the World Cup in a City Near You June 10, 2010 | Active/Outdoors, Local Insight | Read More
The Cup of Life, Copa Mundial, the best competition in the world, the most popular sport in the world, la vida loca, joga bonita…call it what you want, bottom line – the World Cup is finally here!  The host nation of South Africa fulfilled on their promise and completed their stadiums, instituted...

Travel Like a Local: Two-Wheeled Tours in Tahoe, Love in Rio and more

Travel Like a Local: Two-Wheeled Tours in Tahoe, Love in Rio and more June 4, 2010 | Local Insight | Read More
It’s Friday, it’s June, it’s over 65 degrees in San Francisco and not raining, which means it’s time for the round up of the best posts from our global team of experts.  There’s something for everyone here, and we mean that…if you can’t find something in this...

How to Cure the Common Hangover

How to Cure the Common Hangover March 18, 2010 | Gear Guide | Read More
People travel for adventure, business, honeymoons, romance, bro-mance, girls weekends…and a shocking number of those trips involve alcohol.  Chances are at some point during your trip (if of the legal drinking age, of course), there will be a swim-up bar, a casino, a local pub with hooligans singing...

Burton Unveils 2010 Olympic U.S. Snowboard Team Uniform

Burton Unveils 2010 Olympic U.S. Snowboard Team Uniform January 21, 2010 | Gear Guide, Vancouver/Whistler | Read More
UPDATE – 2/23/2010: Official response from Ryan at Burton regarding when or if these sweet uniforms will be for sale: Hey Tyler, This is what we have; Thank you for your support of Burton Snowboards and The US Snowboard Team. The Olympic uniforms were designed for the US Snowboard athletes and...

CES Las Vegas 2010: 5 Survival Tips

CES Las Vegas 2010: 5 Survival Tips January 5, 2010 | Las Vegas | Read More
The Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show, starting on Thursday and running through the weekend, is the world’s largest consumer electronics tradeshow. If you’re planning to attend the 2010 show, here are a few survival tips to help you enjoy your trip to Las Vegas. 1. Prioritize. To make the most...

Fashion Week in New York City: The Look for Less

Fashion Week in New York City: The Look for Less September 17, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
If you love fashion, the big city, and neverending after parties, then Fashion Week in New York City is the place to be this week.  With shows from practically every known, and about to be known, designer in the industry, you’re going to want to look good while soaking in the world’s best...

Top 5 Ways to Stay Healthy, Happy, and Hot While on Holiday

Top 5 Ways to Stay Healthy, Happy, and Hot While on Holiday September 3, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
Now that you’ve got that perfect beach bod ready to show off, you might find yourself wondering, “How in the world am I going to maintain these rock hard abs while I’m on my 3 month trek across Europe?”  Have no fear, the NileGuide Gear Junkies are here to provide you with a...

Shark Week: Essential Gear to Swim with the Fishes

Shark Week: Essential Gear to Swim with the Fishes August 6, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
Keeping with this week’s theme of Shark Week, I thought I’d put together a short list of essential gear to keep you safe while swimming with sharks!  Just because the late great Roy Scheider wrestled Jaws with his bare hands doesn’t mean we all can.  Check out these tips and stay...

Explore the Outdoors – Mountain Bike Style

Explore the Outdoors – Mountain Bike Style July 23, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
Contador has all but secured the yellow jersey, Lance has agreed to come in second…BORING!  It’s time to trade in your road bikes for a real bike…your first Mountain Bike.  I’ve put together a short list of essential tips and gear to get you started on your new outdoors adventure. Find...

Music on the Go

Music on the Go July 9, 2009 | Gear Guide | Read More
Do you love music?  Enjoying different types of music from the places you visit is a great way to soak up the culture.  If you’ve got your own brand of tunes, be sure to find a way to share with the locals.  The Grand Piano, Upright Bass, and Baritone Sax are a little too big to travel with...
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