Travel

The “Third World” isn’t your photo op

It’s a common sight on anyone’s Facebook news feed: photos of an acquaintance that travelled to the Global South and took numerous “selfies” with local children.Continue...

Staycationing suggestions

If you’re on a budget, the best vacations are the ones that don’t require you to go very far.Continue...

A look at the ethics of world travel

Ethical travel companies encourage tourists to look at the social and economic impact of their travelsContinue...

Weekend trips to take to with your housemates

As beautiful as Kingston is, it can be easy to get a little stir crazy in such a small town. If you’re ever feeling restless or adventurous, taking a weekend road trip with your housemates can be the perfect cure. Create some unforgettable memories while discovering the great wealth of restaurants, museums, shops and events the cities in this sample of possible destinations have to offer.Continue...

Vancouver-based rideshare start-up looks to break into Ontario, Quebec markets

While most ride-sharing ventures focus on short-distance trips, one start-up has come to Kingston to change the nature of the business.Continue...

Never ending peace and love

When I first set out to solidify my travel itinerary for the month of May, Nepal was not even in the top 10 on my list of hopeful destinations.Continue...

News in Brief

Queen’s approves revisions to travel reimbursement and expense policy

Effective March 20, Queen’s has revised its policy around university-related business travel.

The existing Queen’s...Continue...

What happens in Punta...

Due to the nature of the experiences, the authors of the following stories have requested to remain anonymous.Continue...

Appreciating the modern: Louisiana Museum of Modern Art

After I booked a trip to Copenhagen for Reading Week only two weeks in advance, I kept the spontaneity going and didn’t plan anything ahead of time, with one exception: the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art.Continue...

Trekking through Mongolia

Before leaving on our trek, my dad and I were constantly asked “Why Mongolia?”Continue...

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