Three Stories of Hidden or Lost Treasure
There are many unsolved mysteries of lost treasures, mines, and shipwrecks that leave the mind baffled and with an urge to get out and explore. Many people around the world set out and search for thes...
Nina Simonsa day ago
Wellness Travel Trends to Follow in 2019
With 2018 finally behind us, it’s time to look forward and see what 2019 will bring us. And there is a lot to look forward to in the field of travel and wellness—and the best of all, the combination o...
Emma Stylesa day ago
Best Free Galleries and Museums of Paris
As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Pari...
Nina Simons2 days ago
Most Amazing Hiking Trails in Australia
Australia is a wonderful country for many reasons and one of those reasons is definitely the opportunity we have to enjoy amazing hikes in the wild and admire unique landscapes. Many tourists around t...
Woodpeckers on Crack
Recently, I’ve been noticing a trend that’s accelerating at a frightening rate, and it’s pissing me off. It’s happening all over the place, and I’m experiencing it no matter where I am or what I’m doi...
5 Ways to Enjoy the Water in Palm Beach
Those looking to get away and enjoy the sun, sand, and surf in south Florida will find Palm Beach an ideal destination. There are plenty of places to visit, including Peanut Island, a local park. The ...
Emma Stylesa day ago
Best Free Galleries and Museums of Paris
As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Pari...
Secrets to Travel on a Budget: 8 Easy, Successful Tips
If we were made to stay still, we would have roots instead of feet. So why do we stand still? Maybe because we’re scared of what might happen if we turn a dream into reality, a dream of bright, warm s...
Alicia Springera month ago
How to Get Cheap International Data with a GlocalMe G3 HotSpot
International travel is awesome. It's exciting, exhilarating, and it's awesome to do in your 20s. International travel is also expensive. There are flights, hotels, and agonizing daily data costs. I h...
Jenny Beck2 months ago
Tears and Fears in Kakum National Park
"Don't look down," I whisper to myself. Ahead of me lies my nemesis, two planks with a rope handle hanging over empty space. Never a fan of heights, I consider backing out and heading down the mountai...
Di Rocha2 months ago
Adolescence Around the World
How different is it to be an adolescent or an emerging adult in a different part of the world? Even though the physical changes of puberty are similar among everyone, cultures differ in how they respo...
Drunk On2 months ago
Cheap Hotels in Bali
I am an avid backpacker, and like many people I prefer to spend less money on fancy hotels, and more money experiencing the beautiful country I am visiting at the time. I do, however, still like some comforts and it is always nice to find fantastic hotels at affordable prices! The hotels featured in my video are in various parts of Bali. I have featured a cheap hotel in Kuta, one in Ubud, and one in Jimbaran. Each of the hotels cost just £10 a night and all had free WiFi which is a must for me a...
Travel Do's and Dont's
Walk a mile, or a thousand, in someone else's shoes. Travel Do's and Dont's from those who have been there, done that.
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Wander smarter, and talk shop with those who've been down that road before.
Beginner Backpacker
The world is yours for the taking. Where will you backpack to next?
Jesmer Folkerts5 days ago
How to Travel the World for Free (Pt.2)
So now that we've covered how to get from A to B in part 1, let's talk about finding a place to stay the night. There are lots and lots of options here, but I'll just cover a few of them. Now, let's f...
Audrey Taylor8 days ago
Why You Should Invest in a Charter Flight
The demand for private planes tends to fluctuate depending on the strength and stability of the global economy. Therefore, just before the financial collapse in 2008 the demand was at its all-time hig...
Molly Olwig10 days ago
Instagram or Instigator?
I’ve always had that pull to travel, to be somewhere else and experience something seemingly more exciting than wherever I currently am. Our individual world’s are so easily global—thank you, social m...
Faith Summer5 days ago
13 Insanely Cool Movie Locations
Did your fave movie make the list?
Mike Ferry8 days ago
10 Reasons Why You Should Visit County Donegal, Ireland's 'Hidden Gem'
If you ever have the chance to go to Ireland, you’ll have to include County Donegal on your itinerary. It’s wild, rugged, remote, and far removed from Ireland’s top tourist attractions. Visitors to Do...
11 Great Gifts for People Who Want to Visit Japan
I'll admit it. One of my personal dreams is to visit Japan. I want to tour the streets of Tokyo, visit Shinto shrines, check out authentic yakisoba (translates from Japanese to: fried buckwheat), and ...
5 Ways to Enjoy the Water in Palm Beach
Those looking to get away and enjoy the sun, sand, and surf in south Florida will find Palm Beach an ideal destination. There are plenty of places to visit, including Peanut Island, a local park. The ...
5 Ways to Enjoy the Water in Palm Beach
Those looking to get away and enjoy the sun, sand, and surf in south Florida will find Palm Beach an ideal destination. There are plenty of places to visit, including Peanut Island, a local park. The ...
Daring Danielle7 days ago
Where to Park Your Camper Van Conversion in Tonopah, Arizona
Definitely off the beaten path. El Dorado Hot Springs is the stop you're just not sure about. The reviews say the water is lukewarm at best and that the stares from the male visitors are so penetratin...
Joseline Burns3 days ago
Traveling to Singapore
I recently traveled through Singapore on my way to a week in Indonesia. This wasn’t unusual — Singapore is one of the major hubs for air travel in Southeast Asia, along with Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. ...
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Nicole Ann9 days ago
Withstanding Jet Lag: Here Are 5 Travel Tips Before Leaving for Your Trip
When you go a long distance trip or a shaky or heightened one either on air or on the sea, you usually experience jet lag. It’s when you feel dizzy after getting off the plane or the ship. It’s when y...
Secrets to Travel on a Budget: 8 Easy, Successful Tips
If we were made to stay still, we would have roots instead of feet. So why do we stand still? Maybe because we’re scared of what might happen if we turn a dream into reality, a dream of bright, warm s...
Three Stories of Hidden or Lost Treasure
There are many unsolved mysteries of lost treasures, mines, and shipwrecks that leave the mind baffled and with an urge to get out and explore. Many people around the world set out and search for thes...
Erica Bowditcha month ago
Skinning 25 Short
I hurried to heave off my layers. It was not the most ideal situation considering that it was 18 below zero also known as 50 degrees below freezing. I was stripping down to just my thin long sleeve be...
Charles Quinn4 days ago
Venice at a Glance
Ahhh, Venice. Beauty, culture, romance, on paper it has it all and can truly be paradise for some of the locals. However, the amount of tourists greatly outweighs the amount of locals, and it shows. T...
Molly Olwig10 days ago
You've Seen All the 'Must-See' Spots in Paris—Now What?
The Eiffel Tower’s cool, I get it. The Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre, Notre Dame, Sainte Chapelle, Sacre Coeur—they’re famous hot spots for a reason. If you’re like me, you pay your tourist dues and vis...
Charles Quinn10 days ago
Germany at a Glance
Most people have a dream of traveling across Europe and seeing the differences in culture. After spending some time in Germany I wanted to give a perspective into some of the cultural differences betw...
Emma Stylesa day ago
Best Free Galleries and Museums of Paris
As an art-lover who moved from London to Paris, one of the biggest adjustments I've had to make is how frequently I visit art galleries and museums. Unlike London, beacon of free culture, many of Pari...
Jesmer Folkerts7 days ago
How to Travel the World for Free (or Really Cheap)
Almost everyone loves to travel. Some like to go for a month. Some just for a weekend. But it usually takes some cash away from your wallet. If you’re someone who doesn’t have (enough) money to spend ...
Toni Koraca17 days ago
Inspiring Ways to Travel Europe on a Budget
I was a student for the best part of the last seven years. During that time, I traveled through almost 20 European countries. Most times, I had virtually no money. I frequently returned to places I en...
Anik Marchanda month ago
I Bought Doc Martens, Again
I guess this was expected. Moving to another country, knowing no one, being alone and lonely. But, I never thought it would feel like this. You know, when I lived in Montreal I was a bit lonely but th...
Ashley Peterson2 months ago
One Answer to Nationalism? Travelling
Although greater online connectivity has the potential to break down borders, we've been seeing a surge in nationalism and the desire to firm up borders. Whether we look at Brexit or those supporting ...
Sasha Konikovo2 months ago
How Goal Zero Is Providing Sustainable, Portable Power Solutions to Countries in Need
Think about your current day-to-day routine. You wake up to the sound of an alarm clock. You turn on the radio, take a quick hot shower, run to the kitchen, and microwave a small breakfast for yoursel...
Jenny Becka month ago
Volcanic Craters and Tea Fields
I stared at the hissing lake, a gray greenish color, spewing blasts of sulfur into the sky. It smelled distinctly like rotten eggs. The crater lake bubbled and roared. It was a scene straight out of M...
Jenny Becka month ago
Sultans, Temples, and Coconut Rice
I stood in the pre-dawn darkness outside of the Losman (Indonesian hostel) and waited for the bus. When I entered the bus, I was pleasantly surprised to meet two young European women about my age. The...
Jenni Pearsona month ago
How Anime Is Influencing Japanese Tourism
Japan has always been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia because of its ancient temples, breathtaking skyscrapers, and historic sites. But today, one of the highest drivers of touris...
Jim Hughes21 days ago
Moving Overseas
Whether you are moving abroad to study, travel, put up a business, or work, one of the many things you should not forget to do is to inform the IRS. Not many people know this but U.S. citizens or resi...
How to Determine If Travel Insurance Is Worth It
How much can common sense protect you when you're on vacation? Quite a lot, in fact. Across the globe, the first of the six leading causes of tourist death is traffic accidents. Careless pedestrians a...
Alice Le Bihan2 months ago
Tips for First-Time Tourists
Traveling to a new city is exciting. You get out of your comfort zone, experience new foods, places, cultures, and people, and come back with lots of memories. Yet traveling can also bring unwanted fr...
Nina Simonsa day ago
Wellness Travel Trends to Follow in 2019
With 2018 finally behind us, it’s time to look forward and see what 2019 will bring us. And there is a lot to look forward to in the field of travel and wellness—and the best of all, the combination o...
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Kaya Johnsona month ago
10 Under-the-Radar Places to Visit in 2019
With every passing year, it seems like the world is getting smaller, as increasingly cheaper air travel making visits to far-flung destinations more accessible and affordable than ever before. However...
6 Foodie Favorites to Try in Charlotte
For anyone visiting a city for the first time knows, it’s a struggle to find somewhere to eat. You may not be sure of where is worth the time, money, or appetite. You can try googling restaurants in t...
Denise Alvarado12 days ago
Five Places to Visit to Experience New Orleans Voodoo
Many people who visit New Orleans are interested in learning about its rich, vibrant cultural history. And, among those people are those interested in learning about a specific part of their history, ...
Morgan Sankofa18 days ago
Animism
Animism may be the basis of all religion. This is a world view, and not necessarily a religion. As I have read on Britannica, animism was described by 1800s European conquerors as a "primitive superst...
WatchMojo a month ago
Top 10 Biggest Things That Culture Shock Americans
American tourists are often taken off-guard by these. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the top 10 things that culture shock Americans. For this list, we’ll be ex...
Emily Elliott5 months ago
Traveling to the Safe States Part 2
In my last post I talked all about the first part of our trip, how we’ll be traveling down the West Coast and through the southern states, and our preconceived notions of how the southern states treat...
Emily Elliott5 months ago
Traveling to the Safe States
My posts over the next two months are going to be a little different from my normal posts. My wife and I are going on our honeymoon, and we are taking a seven week long road trip around the country. W...
Emily Elliott5 months ago
Week 1: Oregon to Utah
So far in our trip we have traveled from Seattle to Portland, from Portland to Central Oregon, and yesterday (Monday, August 13th) we went from Central Oregon to Utah. Today, we will be driving from U...
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Kate Murphya month ago
Home Is Where Your Heart Belongs
There are lots of people who decide to try themselves abroad. They are trying their luck—with balls—in the world. They stand up to the challenges. Then all of the sudden a feeling hits them stronger t...
Bekah Boudreau3 months ago
Why I Was Scared to Travel in Bali
Bali, Indonesia; full of beaches, palm trees, smoothie bowls, surfing and good times. A dream destination for many, especially me. When I realized how accessible Bali was going to be to me whilst in T...
Chloe Schemanoff3 months ago
Visiting Cairo as a Female Tourist
I recently went on my honeymoon to Cairo, Egypt, and was mindful of the fact that it is a country with different views on what is considered appropriate to wear, especially for women. Whilst these may...