Tern Magazine : Beyond Borders

October 21, 2016By Tern StaffHI News

We’re thrilled to be dropping our fall issue of Tern Magazine: Beyond Borders. Inside this issue, stories go beyond the where and when and get into the nitty gritty of the why. It’s about why we travel and what we get from it on a personal and emotional level. We have an article from Lindsay … Read More

Five incredible Berlin neighbourhoods

October 12, 2016By Marie Demers'Round the world

The German capital has a fascinating story and a unique vibe. Its streets are cut and crisscrossed by the Spree River so unlike most European towns, there is no clear city center. Instead, there are five incredible neighbourhoods to discover: Mitte, Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg, Neukölln et Prenzlauer Berg. Mitte It’s easternmost limit hits huge avenue Karl-Marx-Allee … Read More

Tuning into Canadian artists

September 22, 2016By Kathleen MurphyOh Canada!, Toolbox

A few days ago I realized it was fall. Let’s not kid ourselves. The leaves are changing colour, some of them are falling, and we can’t go out in our bare arms at night so much anymore. So, I thought to myself, if I can’t laze in the sun, then it’s time to start thinking … Read More

Choosing bunks over kings

September 16, 2016By Guest Blogger'Round the world, Toolbox

The words “check-in” are music to your ears. Even when you’re home you begin conversations instinctively by asking “where are you from?” Admit it: you’ve been in a hostel once or twice before, and I’m sure I don’t need to convince you that they are the greatest accommodation option out there. But you may need … Read More