Stephen Riehl11 hours ago
"Keep an Eye on Your Kidneys!"
My journey to Georgia, the country not the state, began almost a decade earlier with a treatment for a short film. Being interested in religious history, I dreamed up a character whose obsession with ...
Adam Gathergood14 hours ago
A City of Chaos - Hong Kong
There are over 7 million people living on Hong Kong, in a fairly small area, making it one of the world’s most densely populated areas. The lack of space has turned Hong Kong into the world’s most ver...
Life Lessons from a Traveling 16-Year-Old
Traveling may seem daunting to some. There are so many unknowns like: Will I get lost? Am I going to be able to communicate properly? Will I even like the experience? Questions like this can be paraly...
Save a Little Money (and Time) in London
While preparing for a ten day visit in England, I did much research. As a single mom, we don’t have much money to spend. Waving was imperative. I started small by downloading an app called Qapital. It...
The Most Dangerous Park in the World
When you pile onto a ride after a long day of exhausting waits in lines that wrap around corners and down corridors, you expect to feel safe. The adrenaline is pumping and you can feel your heartbeat ...
Patty Grimmer4 days ago
Most Remote Beach in the World
If you are at all like me, you're always seeking a new adventure and an opportunity to run from the cold and head for warm rays and Vitamin D. Among one these fleeting trips from Wisconsin winters, I ...
Erin Southerland11 days ago
6 Fun Things to Do in Pittsburgh in Winter
Winter's here whether we like it or not, so we might as well make the best of it! Even though summer is definitely the best time to visit Pittsburgh (the sun, the festivals, the baseball games...), wi...
Samantha Bentley17 days ago
In Search of the Northern Lights
My search for the Northern Lights began back in 2014, I had seen thousands of photos in books and online, and of course, I’d watched The Snowman… duh. One of my best friends once told me that he plann...
Tatiana Warda month ago
Disney World Survival Guide Not for the Faint of Heart: Part I
Mommy bloggers to Disney vloggers all think they have the best advice to dish out for when you're planning a vacation to the happiest place on earth. Surely their tips may be spot on, but not one foru...
Kristen Leea month ago
Top Ten Tips for Disneyland Trips
Disneyland. I love it. I hate crowds, and screaming children, and being run over by strollers, and to be honest, the guys in the suits creep me out a bit, but I absolutely love the madness that comes ...
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.
Guides
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?
tnk 4 days ago
Top Five Places You Have to Visit
These are not in any specific order. They are in the order of what comes to mind first. I recommend that you visit all these places. I will also include a little detail about each place that might giv...
Penny Newton6 days ago
Destinations Travelers Should Avoid In 2018
There are amazing places out there across the globe that we have not yet seen. From Italy to Peru, Scotland, and India, we hope to someday visit any of these locations and explore what they have in st...
Asif Ibrahim7 days ago
Top 5 Places to Visit
What's the difference between my top five places to visit and advice from a travel agency? Well, I am not selling you a package or a holiday, but rather giving you my own advice on the best places you...
Best Ferris Wheels Around the World
Confession time: I'm a girl that loves a ferris wheel and have found that the best are those that overlook a beautiful cityscape. With famous wheels in cities like London, Santa Monica, and Seattle, h...
Baby Griddy4 days ago
How To Become a Savvy Traveler
During my short life I have the privilege to say I've had the most amazing traveling experiences. And if there's something I've learnt, it's how to travel like a pro. Here are some tips that'll help y...
Alice Sullivan4 months ago
Top 10 Reasons to Visit Korea
South Korea is my favourite country out of all the places I have been travelling so far. Korean culture is so different to anything I had experienced and give me such unique experiences. This is the c...
A Brief History of Disneyland
When most people hear the word Disney, they often think of Disneyland. Although Walt Disney has had some marvelous ideas, one of his best is Disneyland. More thought was put into the construction of D...
Adrian Scott4 days ago
Most Beautiful National Park Hikes You Must Go On
If you're looking to plan a trip to some of the most beautiful destinations in the country, look no further than the National Parks of America. Filled with thousands of acres of land, these parks are ...
Kathryn Cardon6 days ago
What Makes Disneyland Truly Magical Pt. 2
Hello everyone! Welcome to part two of my articles pertaining to true Disney Magic. In this section, I want to tell you about the "easy to miss" details Tomorrowland has to offer. Jumping right in—Tom...
T M9 days ago
6 Tips to Backpack the World
Need some advice? Well, look no further. I may not have traveled the ENTIRE world, lets be realistic... but I've visited enough places to learn a thing or two about traveling. My first stop was New Ze...
French Phrases to Know Before Going Abroad
I've been hooked on the French language and culture for years, and it drives me crazy when English speakers insist the French are rude. The reality is actually the opposite, they're very polite! It is...
Sarah Phillips6 days ago
20,000 Lights in the Scottish Darkness
This winter a little bit of China popped up in the heart of Scotland. So, to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year, and rounding out the end of my time in Scotland, I couldn't resist checking out th...
Erin Southerland11 days ago
6 Fun Things to Do in Pittsburgh in Winter
Winter's here whether we like it or not, so we might as well make the best of it! Even though summer is definitely the best time to visit Pittsburgh (the sun, the festivals, the baseball games...), wi...
Craig Deville11 days ago
The Skydive
As you know I have a bucket list, this list has been created to help me break out of my comfort zone, to have adventures and to live, rather than just get by. Each time I tick something off the bucket...
Stephen Riehl11 hours ago
"Keep an Eye on Your Kidneys!"
My journey to Georgia, the country not the state, began almost a decade earlier with a treatment for a short film. Being interested in religious history, I dreamed up a character whose obsession with ...
Save a Little Money (and Time) in London
While preparing for a ten day visit in England, I did much research. As a single mom, we don’t have much money to spend. Waving was imperative. I started small by downloading an app called Qapital. It...
Kieran Leyshon5 days ago
The History of Bank Station
Bank Station is one of the busiest stations in London; it saw over 64 million journeys pass through it in 2016, ranking it the 8th busiest station in London just 3 million journeys behind Stratford st...
Audrey Addison10 days ago
Traveling at 20-Something
At the ripe age of 19, I traveled with a good friend of mine to the city of Madrid, Spain, to indulge in the magnificent culture and serve through missions. We saved every penny, support raised for mo...
Aaron Simon10 days ago
What I Wish I Knew Before My International Travel
You've seen pictures of your friends and family traveling out of the country. Social media depicts an amazing experience that went exactly as planned. They swam with dolphins, made new friends, tried ...
Amanda Campo11 days ago
Vienna, Austria
This past year I lived abroad as an au pair and travelled many places. Though everywhere I travelled to was incredible in its own way, Vienna, Austria, was one of my favorites. Traveling alone is a gr...
Sammy Hussain5 days ago
Giving Up: The Road Too Often Travelled
Travelling for me was a way to escape, as it is for a lot of people. Though I knew this at heart, I don't believe I ever allowed myself to admit it. When I left my job to travel through India, I saw i...
Hayley Winter8 days ago
Homesickness
Emotion is natural, and travelling generally evokes a multitude of different emotions. Excitement, anticipation, and joy are some of the positive ones. However, there are some emotions you may feel th...
Gabriel Cabrera10 days ago
April 28, 2017 - Horse Cave, KY - Sam, Julia, and Ethan
Today, I woke up with absolutely no idea that I would do something my parents, television, and society at large always said not to do: I picked up a group of hitchhikers. As a veteran of a Drum Corps ...
Sophie Rose9 days ago
48 Hours in Beijing
When limited to only 48 hours in a major capital city like Beijing, it can be overwhelming to narrow down what you want to do with your time there and not everyone is lucky enough to have a school fri...
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Lana Omelic10 days ago
Traveling to Hong Kong for the First Time
Hong Kong is an evocative blend of its colonial past and its Chinese present. The main island is a fantastic visual of tall skyscrapers competing with each other to reach up high. The lights from thes...
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Keith Jones10 days ago
6 Things to Do in Japan
Japan, the land of the rising sun, and home of my favourite dish—which is sushi. A lot of people want to visit this paradise and I hope this article will give you some ideas of what to do and where to...
Lancelot Tucker17 days ago
How to Travel Frugal on a Tight Budget
Traveling can be fun and exciting at times but often costly as well. The average traveler usually has to take many things into consideration before starting the journey from home such as airfare, acco...
Brittany McSorley4 months ago
How to Plan a Babymoon Vacation
So you're having a baby. First of all, let me say this: girl, I respect your journey. You are so brave. What with the crazy swelling, delicious stuff unexpectedly making you want to vom, and the whole...
Liv Funnell4 months ago
Working Holiday Visa Guide
So you want to see the world but don’t have a small fortune at your disposal. Maybe you’ve just graduated from high school or university and have realised that you’d like to get some real-world, off t...
April Demarco16 days ago
Best Cruise Destinations to Visit in 2018
From Athens to Dubrovnik, the best cruise destinations are some of the most exciting vacation spots we can think of. Whether it be for the culture, history, or sightseeing, there is a cruise destinati...
Lancelot Tucker17 days ago
10 Best Beaches in the World Where You Can Get a Great Suntan
The world is full of lovely beaches and all you have to do is take a trip to one of them. Comparing the best beaches in the world with others is like comparing the value of gold to wood. Traveling to ...
Selina a month ago
5 Places You Need to Add to Your Travel Bucket List
Traveling is a passion for many people across the world. The adventure, freedom and the thrill that comes with traveling is something of an addiction. So for all the people who take joy in discovering...
Ashley Grecco9 days ago
From Horse Farms and Potato Chips to Skyscrapers and Hoagies
Never in my tiny human life did I ever picture myself living even remotely close to a city. Of course, I didn’t intend to end up in my hometown for the rest of my life either, but there had to be a ba...
Anna Balog14 days ago
Rolling The Dice On Vietnam
February, 2017 Phu Quoc, Vietnam Earlier in 2017 I had a three week vacation coming up. I was getting off a ship in Singapore and had to be in Sydney for my next assignment. I was pondering where in A...
Fatima Sumar17 days ago
Cultural Differences - Hosting Etiquettes
Have you ever gone to a place and felt out of place? Have you ever met anyone from a different background or culture from yourself? Today, we live in a very pluralistic world where we are interminglin...
Richard Douglasa month ago
Does Manchester's Gay Village Have a Future?
A friend pointed out to me this weekend that I love lists. And I do. I love a good list. So I'm going to start with one now and ask you a question at the same time ~ What does everything on this list ...
Jefferey Spivey4 months ago
Most LGBTQ Unfriendly Locations in the World
Despite signs of progress on the home front, there are still several LGBTQ unfriendly locations both in the US and around the world. Traveling has its fair share of headaches for everyone, but for LGB...
Gareth Johnson6 months ago
The Gay Beaches of Sitges
With London's summer feeling like a bit of an anti-climax, my boyfriend Liviu and I decided to escape to Sitges for a couple of days of Spanish sun. It was an easy flight into Barcelona, where we pick...
Anna Balog14 days ago
Rolling The Dice On Vietnam
February, 2017 Phu Quoc, Vietnam Earlier in 2017 I had a three week vacation coming up. I was getting off a ship in Singapore and had to be in Sydney for my next assignment. I was pondering where in A...
Alex McKeen15 days ago
A Breakfast Tour of New England
The most dangerous thing in the world is boredom. People aren't meant to stay in one place and life is supposed to have meaning. Waking up day after day in the same town to go to the same job with the...
Angel Henschel3 months ago
How the PCT Changed My Attitude... and My Life
I was never much of a believer in fate or life-changing epiphanies until last summer when I decided to section-hike the infamous Pacific Crest Trail. I had a series of events in my life that seemed to...