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  Last year, TBEX came to Dublin. It came, it saw, and it most definitely conquered. Hundreds of the world’s most influential travel bloggers brought their unique vision and vibe to Dublin in 2013, shared their love with every connected corner of the world, and left behind an amazing sense of possibility. For one wonderful...
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  Stephen Oddo, Co-founder of Walks of Italy and longtime TBEX supporter, talks about TBEX, Dublin, and Italy. Video courtesy of Michael Collins  
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  It would be difficult, indeed, to travel through Ireland for any length of time without coming across some of its unique music. There are many places to find the music – just about any pub will, if they don’t have music themselves, know where the nearby sources are. My advice is to go off...
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  Ireland’s National Museum of Archaeology is fabulous – and free. You’ll be amazed at the treasures kept safe in Irish bogs for thousands of years. Bronze jewelry, entire suits of clothing and even delicate parchments have been unearthed across Ireland. While an afternoon at the National Museum of Archeology is a wonderful gateway to...
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  It’s so fitting that TBEX is coming to Dublin, a UNESCO City of Literature. Has there ever been a city more influenced by its writers and shaped by the arts? The renowned Irish literary tradition, boasting four Nobel Prize winners, is constantly looking forward, embracing new styles and forms of writing. And now a...
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  How are you going to make the most of your time and experience the real Dublin when you visit for TBEX? Here at Homestay.com our motto is ‘Don’t just visit, live it’, which is why we asked some of our Homestay.com hosts in Dublin to tell us how they would advise people to spend...
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  Close your eyes and picture Dublin in your mind.  What do you see? What if we told you that right on Dublin’s doorstep, only a short drive or bus trip away from the city centre, you could find yourself bouldering over large outcrops slap bang in the middle of the fantastic Dublin Mountains  or...
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  Dublin is a city that is famous the world over for its distinct history, literature, heritage, tradition and vibrant contemporary cultural life.  It is a culture vulture’s paradise, bursting with a cool café culture, inspiring libraries, fascinating museums, beautiful galleries, historic buildings, thriving theatres and cultural centres. If you are a history buff, a...
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  Travel bloggers are a funny group. Dangle a new social media outlet in front of them and they’ve got a username and password faster than they can upload a snapshot of tonight’s dinner. Ask them how they use their email list, and they usually answer, “Ummmm, I’ve been meaning to work on that.” Email...
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Almost 240 years ago a group of upstarts in a backwater colony decided to declare independence from the United Kingdom – then the most powerful Empire on the planet. But it wasn’t just political freedom that emerged from this act of revolution. The emergence of new personalities, characteristics, and even language evolved as a result...
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Recent Podcast Episodes

011 – Breaking News About TBEX Events
July 17, 2020
Travel Matters 010 – Martinique Lewis about Black Travel Alliance
July 15, 2020
Travel Matters 009 – Tim Leffel on The Future Of Press Trips
June 8, 2020