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Four 2013 Cruise Itineraries That Don't Suck

January 8, 2013 at 2:21 PM | by | Comments (0)

No matter what your opinion of cruising, there are some places much better suited to entering by ocean or waterway. Every year cruise lines kick each other in the shins in the race to have the coolest city combinations for their newest ships...all to attract you, dear traveler. For 2013, we have our eyes on four itineraries in particular that make midnight buffets off the coast of Bermuda and dancing to jazz in middle of the Med look like child's play.

· 12 days on Ukraine's Dnieper River with Viking River Cruises
Who thinks, "hey, let me go cruise my way through Ukraine?" No one, that's who. Or, rather, no one with the exception of people booking the Dnieper River trip on Viking River Cruises, since that's exactly what they'll be doing. We love river cruise ships for their ability to cruise by at eye level and gain a unique perspective of smaller cities where travelers usually arrive by train or car. Viking also has a Burma/Myanmar cruise coming up for 2014 we're already eyeing.
Ports: Odessa, Sevastopol, Yalta, Kherson, Zaporozhye, Kiev
From: $2,438 double occupancy (includes 10 tours)

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Win a Nikon DSLR and an Expedition with National Geographic's 'Digital Nomad'

November 15, 2012 at 9:52 AM | by | Comment (1)


A normal day for Andrew involves cuddling pandas

Hey, @WheresAndrew. Do you know him? You totally should, as he truly has the best job in the world. Andrew Evans is a writer (and kind of a hottie) and the official "Digital Nomad" for National Geographic, meaning he gets sent around the world to write, tweet, and occasionally Instagram his quirky adventures. Oh, and he just got off a round-the-world private jet flight to places like the pyramids in Egypt and Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Just another workweek!

So now Andrew is preparing for yet another big trip, and he wants you to come along to the Galapagos Islands on a Nat Geo expedition ship with a brand new Nikon D600 camera...if you win a little contest to prove you can keep the pace with Andrew's storytelling through images.

Here's how to enter:*

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