Articles Tagged ‘Belize’

5 Places to Learn About Indigenous Cultures

5 Places to Learn About Indigenous Cultures August 2, 2012 | Around the World, General | Read More
The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples was first celebrated on August 9, 1995 after a declaration by the United Nations affirmed the organization’s commitment to global “first cultures.” This year, in honor of the day, we highlight five places where you can learn...

NileGuide 5 with Farryn Weiner, Editor of Jetsetter.com

NileGuide 5 with Farryn Weiner, Editor of Jetsetter.com July 28, 2010 | NileGuide 5 | Read More
This week, we are super psyched to feature Farryn Weiner, Editor of Jetsetter.com, and known to most of you as @jetsetfarryn. Raised in Miami, Farryn got the travel bug after a Semester at Sea. This, combined with her rapier wit, dashing charm, and natural ability to connect with people led her to the...

Airlines Show Foresight in Preparation for Hurricane Alex, Travelers’ Jaws Collectively Drop

Airlines Show Foresight in Preparation for Hurricane Alex, Travelers’ Jaws Collectively Drop July 6, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
The “friendly skies” are without a doubt imperfect – despite the many advantages flying to your destination presents, there are and always will be ways in which its efficiency suffers due to uncontrollable circumstances. Airlines suffer considerably from occasional bumps in the road,...

NileGuide 5 with Nomadic Matt

NileGuide 5 with Nomadic Matt August 25, 2009 | NileGuide 5 | Read More
This week’s NileGuide 5 interview is with Matt Kepnes of Nomadic Matt. A self described twenty-something vagabond, Matt has been on the road regularly since 2005 and calls “everywhere” home.  Keep tabs on Matt’s travels on twitter @NomadicMatt. 1. What’s the most underrated...