One Tweet Can Make a Difference: #ShareHumanity

As I walked into the lobby of the New York Headquarters of the United Nations Building on Monday, an overhead announcement said, “The Security Council is now in session.” I felt a bit like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz, thinking, “How did I get here? We are certainly not in Kansas anymore!” I, Lisa … Continued

Work up your appetite at Park City Ski Resort

Warning: If you are reading reading this on an empty stomach, you may experience strong urges to travel to Park City Ski Resort, Utah. Work up a healthy appetite by exploring America’s largest ski resort with Park City and Canyons newly connected by the Quicksilver gondola. Renowned restaurants and chefs can be found all over Park … Continued

What’s out there? Another week of contests, opportunities and events!

As another week comes and goes, let’s take a look at some of the exciting writing contests, events and opportunities out there! Tenth International Conference on Language Teacher Education (call for papers) June 21, 2016 Traveling and language teaching often go hand-in-hand. The Tenth International Conference on Language Teacher Education welcomes proposals for papers, posters, panels, … Continued

WSGT’s award welcomes two new judges onboard!

If you haven’t heard the big news yet: Starting May 4th, our contests will be no more and in their place will be a brand new award! With this award, we will be welcoming two fantastic judges onboard alongside the existing team for all WSGT contests.   Our first judge, Cynthia Dial, is an internationally-published journalist; … Continued

Tasting Irish Whiskey in Dublin’s Jasmine Bar

When I traveled to Ireland last year, my first visit to the land of my ancestors, I knew a little bit, or maybe less than a little bit, about Irish whiskey. Sure I had heard of Jameson, and maybe had some vague knowledge of Tullamore Dew and Bushmills, two other popular Irish whiskey brands, but … Continued

Richard’s Picks: Best Hotels in the World, Spring 2016

By Richard Bangs In the early days of Expedia.com, our business strategy was based on the agency model; taking a small commission on every hotel booking. Problem was, it usually cost more to process a booking than the commission brought in, so what we lost in margin we made up for in volume. Then a … Continued

Yellowstone Park in 24 hours. Go!

The original version of this article called “Yellowstone in 24 Hours: How to Maximize Your Time in the Park” was first published on USA Today’s 10 Best. At the beginning of March, Lisa put her best travel tips forward and showed us how to enjoy Yellowstone National park on a limited schedule.   Video: Yellowstone is … Continued

We Said Go Travel

We Said Go Travel