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Vagobond Travel Museum – How to Celebrate the End of the World

end of the world party doorToday is the end of the world according to the Mayan Calendar.  December 21, 2012. I’m writing this the day before so that when the dogs become sentient and rediscover the internet we leave behind, they can see some of the oddities that our world offers. And, of course, I’m writing it to help you…that’s almost as important as the sentient dogs…

End of the World Tip #1 Grab something to drink and pick out some great music

Here’s my pick – Go to a Paris Jazz Club

But, you could also head to Vegas for some Sushi, Slots, and Luxury

Of course, maybe it’s better to head to a fire spinning end of the world party in Boracay or Central America

End of the World Tip #2 Make Your Peace With Your God

These 7 Temples in Singapore will have you covered – just in case you don’t know which god to check in with.

Or just read something by the Dalai Lama – it will make you feel better no matter what your religion

End of the World Tip #3 Celebrate the Penis and Vagina

If you have one, be sure to use it, if you don’t have one, use someone else’s. Here’s a great place for a penis celebration. If you want to celebrate the Vagina and have one – use it, if you don’t have one either find someone willing to share theirs or go buy a vagina – it’s the end of the world after all.

End of the World Tip #4 Figure out what to do when the world keeps going

You might want to take a trip around the world or maybe just to some cool place you’ve never been.  If you want to know how to find the best travel deals and get the most out of your travels – check out our masterlist of travel tips

Finally, you better sign up for Go Vagobond – We’ll send you the best deals and travel tips we can find every month and each week we’ll update you on what you might have missed.

If you do all of that, chances are you’re going to have a great day whether the world ends or doesn’t. Just be cool.

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Vago Damitio

Damitio  (@vagodamitio) is the Editor-in-Chief for Vagobond. Life is good. You can also find him on Google+ and at Facebook

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