Tag archives for Passports

Passports: One Child at A Time

Almost a year ago, I joined 600+ other travel bloggers in Vancouver, BC for the annual TBEX Conference to network and get inspired by their stories. During a Q&A with one of the many presenters, a woman named Tracey Friley stood up and introduced the entire assembly to an idea she called The Passport Party Project.

For the Love of Passports

By Audrey Scott In anticipation of Passport Day (it’s this Saturday, March 10), here are a few thoughts on passports — including how to get one and how to keep it safe. If you have anything to add, please let us know in the comments section below. My passport. To the untrained eye, it’s an…

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Cool Passport Stamps

For travelers, a passport stamp is like a medal of honor: proof of places explored, adventures had, and lessons learned. We asked the globetrotting Traveler staff to share their passport stamps and tell us about the stories behind them. Some told tales of their first trips abroad, college semesters overseas, and family vacations. “When I…

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It’s less than a month to senior editor Norie Quintos‘s trip to Kenya (her third) with her teenage sons (their first). Here’s how she’s been prepping. This is the second in a series of blogs on the trip. Click here to see the first. Kenya currently remains under a U.S. State Department travel warning due…