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WHAT IT MEANS TO “GET UP. GO. EXPLORE.” PLUS MY NEW TATTOO [VLOG]

Get Up Go Explore by Trevor Morrow Travel

I’ve been casually talking with different friends about getting a tattoo for the past few years, but I never went through with it. For awhile I wanted the outline of an airplane (like the airplane symbol on a sign for the airport) because, well, I really like traveling and being on planes (go figure). But over the past few months, I started thinking about getting a different tattoo — the

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[VLOG] TOURING MAUI BY HELICOPTER WITH BLUE HAWAIIAN HELICOPTERS

Blue Hawaiian Helicopters Tour of Maui

Taking a helicopter tour of Maui and Molokai will easily be the one of the main highlights of your trip to Maui. It’s worth splurging on.  On a recent trip to Maui, I took my first ever helicopter ride. Although the saying goes, “save the best for last,” I definitely started with the best, first. Hawaii, and more specifically Maui, is perhaps the world’s preeminent destination to tour via helicopter — and

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4 TIPS FOR VIEWING MAUI’S HALEAKALA SUNRISE

4 TIPS FOR VIEWING THE HALEAKALA SUNRISE

Located on the Island of Maui, Haleakala National Park is visited by over one million people each year. Although the park is vast (over 33,000 acres) and offers countless opportunities to experience Maui’s wild side, it is best known as one of the world’s best places to watch the sunrise. I recently visited the Haleakala summit and compiled this list of four tips (along with a few other insights) to help you view

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[VLOG] A DAY IN THE FRENCH ALPS: CHAMONIX AND THE MER DE GLACE GLACIER

Mer de glace glacier chamonix

Located amongst the towering French Alps, Chamonix has been one of France’s most popular mountain towns for decades. In fact, Chamonix hosted the first ever Olympic Winter Games in 1924. Chamonix is also home to one of the world’s largest glaciers, the Mer de Glace. Easily accessed by a small train from Chamonix’s city center, the Mer de Glace, or “sea of ice” in English, is an incredible site. I

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