Jennifer Dombrowski

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Name: Jennifer Dombrowski
Date registered: January 23, 2012
URL: http://www.jdombstravels.com

Biography

Jennifer Dombrowski is a location independent globe trotter and bases herself in Prata di Pordenone, Italy. She works as a social media and innovation strategist in higher education and is a regular contributor on johnnyjet.com. Her website, jdombstravels.com, is the 2012 Destinology Travel Bloggy Best Newcomer award winner. Google+

Latest posts

  1. Romance and Luxury at The Manor at Ngorongoro — April 21, 2014
  2. The Essential Guide to Europe’s Budget Airlines — April 18, 2014
  3. 10 Reasons Why Ski Holidays in Alta Badia Rock — April 14, 2014
  4. 20 Crowd-sourced Travel Tips from Locals — April 14, 2014
  5. 5 Best iPhone Photo Editing Apps — April 12, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. 5 Things No One Ever Tells You About the Northern Lights — 150 comments
  2. 5 Italian Street Foods to Try — 66 comments
  3. Glamping Around Tanzania As Seen Through Our iPhone — 59 comments
  4. Our 13 Best Travel Moments of 2013 — 45 comments
  5. 10 Things to Taste in Russia — 44 comments

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Romance and Luxury at The Manor at Ngorongoro

High on a hill overlooking the Shangri-La Coffee Estate on the rolling hills south of Ngorongoro Crater sits a grand manor. The Manor at Ngorongoro combines old world grandeur with a homey feel that made us feel more like we were visiting with old friends than at a hotel. Though most guests will use The …

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The Essential Guide to Europe’s Budget Airlines

Searching for a flight from Venice to Santorini? A search on Expedia or Kayak returns fares in the neighborhood of $500 and suddenly that vacation to the Greek Isles seems like a distant dream. But what if you could find that same flight for $40 each way? There must be a catch, right? Right? Let …

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10 Reasons Why Ski Holidays in Alta Badia Rock

Alta Badia. There’s snow business quite like it. Between the mouth-watering cuisine, stunning sun terraces with stellar panoramic views, and a plethora of winter adventure activities to do, we didn’t want to tear ourselves away. We’ll definitely be back to Alta Badia next season. But just in case you’re still not convinced, we’ve got 10 …

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20 Crowd-sourced Travel Tips from Locals

One of the awesome things about growing our community of wanderlusters on Facebook and Twitter is that you hail from all around the world. If we’re headed to a new destination, surely at least one of your has some tips to offer. Since our communities on Facebook and Twitter have grown so much in the …

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5 Best iPhone Photo Editing Apps

While Tim totes around a backpack full of our camera equipment for most of the awesome shots you later see here on the blog, I’m the real-time iPhoneographer. I often get asked which camera app I use on my iPhone and since Travel + Leisure featured me yesterday on both their Instagram and Facebook pages, …

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The Great Wildebeest Migration

I can remember reading about the Great Wildebeest Migration as a kid in my Ranger Rick magazines and vowing to one day go on safari to Africa. Who wouldn’t want to see it? It’s the last triumphant mass movement of animals on earth. Every year some one million wildebeest – accompanied by thousands of zebras …

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Elephants at a Watering Hole in Tarangire National Park

We saw so many incredible things and had more up-close wildlife encounters than we’d ever imagined, but there were definitely a few encounters that truly stood out on our nearly two-week SkySafari. Tarangire National Park was our favorite for seeing African elephants, and on our last day in the park the elephants definitely sent us …

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Wine Ski Safari in the Dolomites

Recently on Twitter a follower tweeted me and professed wine tasting to be boring, with a capital B no less. “It’s all the same – swirl, sniff, sip. What’s adventurous about that?,” she wanted to know. Let me introduce you to Alta Badia‘s annual Wine Ski Safari, the most adventurous way we’ve gone wine tasting …

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10 Reasons to Go to Monaco Right Now

Good things tend to come in small packages and the tiny principality of Monaco certainly proves that statement to be true. Most people tend to visit Monaco as an add-on day trip from France, but we think the world’s second smallest country warrants a longer visit. From race cars to roulette, here are our 10 …

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10 Things You Might Not Know about Giraffes

My favorite animal to watch while we were on our SkySafari was the giraffe. Seemingly ungainly and often the butt of bad jokes, I found them to be majestic creatures to watch. They are extremely curious and sure to steal your heart with their long necks, beautiful patchwork coat, and lovable nature. Despite that they …

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