Educational Adventures

Beyond Bourbon: How to Plan a Horse-Themed Kentucky Trip

I went to Kentucky to learn about bourbon. I was really excited about it. And then I got to Kentucky and everywhere I looked there were long wooden fences surrounding rolling green hills topped with silhouettes of majestic horses tossing their heads around like they were in a freaking horse shampoo commercial and the used-to-be-a-little-girl part of me was like ohmygodIlovethemIlovethemIlovethem and I got kind of distracted.

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Foodie Travel

The Reason I Am Going to Kentucky Will Not Surprise You

When I was in the 8th grade, I drank a fifth of Canadian whiskey*. I drank it like it was iced tea, from a big plastic cup, over the course of a few hours, at a party in a friend’s basement. Twenty-one years later, I can still picture being the bathroom that night, my vision rolling like an old television with poor reception. And twenty-one years later, I still remember how very, very, unbelievably sick I got that night (and the next day. And the next day.)

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Cruise Travel

When Things Go Wrong: UnCruise (Mis)Adventures

In the past couple of years, the blinding light of media attention has turned on the cruise industry, taking joy in exposing every mishap on the high seas. And why not? Legitimate tragedies aside, a story about Carnival passengers being forced to poop in a bag? Yeah. People click on that. I know I follow those stories with sick fascination. Admit it. You do, too.

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Cruise Travel

What is an Un-Cruise Adventure?

Ever since I first heard of Un-Cruise Adventures, I’ve been intrigued. It’s the name that got me. Un-Cruise. I love it. What company advertises, first and foremost, what it is not?

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