The Places Fairytales Are Made Of + More of This Week’s Top Travel Stories

The Places Fairytales Are Made Of + More of This Week’s Top Travel Stories, Flickr: rolando000How 25 Years of the Web Inspired the Travel Revolution: It’s hard to imagine not having millions upon millions of travel resources at your fingertips. This timeline of the Internet travel revolution will take you to a time when (gasp!) a little thing known as the World Wide Web was just a computer scientist’s proposal. [The Guardian]

Funny Travel Hashtags on Instagram: Ready, set, OBSESS over #travelcat photos. There are plenty of them, trust us. [Conde Nast Traveler]

5 Places You Have to See to Believe: Fairytales might not be real, but these places sure are. Warning: Photos in this blog post will cause wanderlust. [CheapOair]
 
Some Odd Things the U.S. Wants Travelers to Know About Other Countries: Your long-lost Spanish grandson who’s calling for bail money isn’t actually your grandson (surprise, surprise) and more “practical” travel information from the U.S. State Department. [ABC News]

What's It Like to Sail Around the World? Hint: It’s pretty darn amazing. [Slate]

7 Ways to Give Back While You Travel: Skip the plastic tchotchke and use your wallet to change someone’s life. [Huffington Post Travel
 
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