Transitions Abroad 10-Year Archive Available Online

cover.jpgTransitions Abroad founder and senior editor Clay Hubbs created the magazine in 1977 to promote travel as “real interaction with other cultures.” After thirty years of pursuing this vision, Clay passed away in 2007 and the following year, the magazine printed its final issue before being resurrected online as the Transitions Abroad Webzine. Clay’s son, Gregory Hubbs, took the operation online in 2004 and is constantly working to improve the site to make it the absolute number one web portal for responsible and alternative travel. You can now access 10 years of back issues on their site in between browsing new material. [LINK: http://www.transitionsabroad.com]

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