Christina Hendry13 hours ago
Glacier National Park/Avalanche Lake: I Went for a Little Stroll in the Woods Yesterday
Let me start this out by saying that this is the first time in a long time that I have done any serious hikes with elevation. In fact, the last time that I did, I was maybe 5-years-old in Germany in t...
Sterling Steen16 hours ago
Zion National Park
Imagine climbing the steep switchbacks, watching the start point become more and more alien until you cannot even distinguish it anymore. That is hour one. Hour two brings you through a beautiful flat...
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B Bee17 hours ago
Reasons to Leave Your Hometown
I'm sure everyone has heard this statement before, but from my personal experience these are some of the top reasons to adventure out of your comfort zone. I love how humans were created; two eyes to ...
Amber Paolilli18 hours ago
Camping with Children
Have you ever gone camping in a tent? It was fun right! How about camping in a tent with young children? Fun, but not exactly easy. Here are some tips on how to successfully camp in tent with young ch...
Jack Fowler18 hours ago
Beautiful British Columbia
Earlier, at the start of 2018, I thought to myself, "I need to start being more adventurous." I’m naturally a traveller, I’m not a home person at all, and I take every opportunity I can to go and see ...
Lauren Michelle2 days ago
Six Things Costa Rica Taught Me
I knew going to Costa Rica would be a big change for me, but I couldn’t have predicted just how much it would change me. It was a new experience adapting to a new culture, but for me it seemed to be a...
Parisian Vacation Fails
1. Pick one or two things you really want to explore. The only thing my family actually did was visit Versailles because we all love the history of it. However, be prepared for overcrowding and not re...
Nicola P. Young8 days ago
10 Backpacking Tips from Experts
Backpacking can be exciting, meditative, beautiful, great exercise... a lot of wonderful things. If you're not properly prepared though, it can quickly turn into a disaster. Out in the wilderness, lac...
Alexandra Mezeul19 days ago
Reverse Culture Shock
If you are unfamiliar with the term "culture shock," in brief it means the mental (and sometimes physical) reaction you feel against a new place unknown to you. For instance, you have never traveled t...
Crysta Coburna month ago
How to Celebrate Michigan in the Fall
Michigan is possibly at her most beautiful in the Fall. Leaves change colors, the air cools, food is preserved for the winter. Time for sweaters, thick blankets, hot cider, and bonfires lighting up th...
Letitia Paynea month ago
The First Backpacking Trip: What I Should Have Done
In May this year I embarked on my first ever backpacking adventure. In fact it was my first time leaving Europe at all. The destination was Vietnam, a journey beginning in the south with the sprawling...
Nicola P. Younga month ago
Soulstice's Kickstarter Campaign Gives You a New Way to Save the Rainforest, One Bracelet at a Time
Deforestation is destroying rainforests at a rate of more than 1.5 acres per second. If that rate remains steady, that means that 47.3 million acres of rainforest will disappear each year. The impact ...
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?
Clara Milstead25 days ago
10 Tips to Save Money While Traveling
AirBnB. Way cheaper than hotels, AirBnB are places where you can get a room or even an entire place. Hosts can rent just one room or several or they can rent out and entire house and/or apartment. Don...
Courtney Gowlanda month ago
Differences from the UK to the US That You Might Need to Know!
We all love America, but it is very different from home, so be prepared! Here are a few things that might be useful to you, taking into account that I am writing about the state of Georgia, in the South, and that every state has different rules and laws, but I will include broader differences also.
Steven Altmana month ago
Minimalist, Ok?
I would like to tell you that I was a minimalist before it was cool. That this has been a massive part of my life and always will be. I can't, it wouldn't be the right thing to do. I will keep it simp...
Kaitlyn Smitha month ago
Paris
France has the only two things toward which we drift as we grow older- intelligence and good manners.” —F. Scott Fitzgerald
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Kaylea Kidd2 months ago
5 Reasons to Travel More
Do you need a reason to travel? Are you traveling enough? Is there such thing as traveling enough? There are many reasons to travel or travel more. Here are five key reasons why people should be trave...
Caitlin Zigler2 months ago
20 Movies to Watch Before Your Trip to Universal Studios, FL and Islands of Adventure
Over 100 years of movie magic has inspired so many attractions and characters at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure that have brought smiles, tears, and laughter to millions. Before you embark...
Sterling Steen16 hours ago
Zion National Park
Imagine climbing the steep switchbacks, watching the start point become more and more alien until you cannot even distinguish it anymore. That is hour one. Hour two brings you through a beautiful flat...
Nicola P. Young11 days ago
10 Reasons to Visit Alaska
While the northern reaches of the 49th state are undeniably harsh, and nearly inhabitable, during the winter months, the broad, striking beauty of this region offer many reasons to visit Alaska. From ...
Fall in Love with Denver
Oh Denver! A place known for many different things that goes by many different names. The mile high city, city of the plains, the convention city, and so on. If you haven't ever been to Denver then yo...
Justin Monsanto5 days ago
8 Exciting Activities to Do in New York City That Your Tour Guide Will Not Show You
New York City is an amazing place to both live and visit. Whether you’re a morning person who wants to enjoy the city during the day or a night owl who is looking to see why they call it the city that...
Robert Edward6 days ago
Avail the Benefits of Parking Facilities for a Better Trip
It is no surprise why some travellers are desperate to avoid the hassle of self-parking. They are totally aware of how nerve wracking it can be. It is like one wrong move can put you in the worst poss...
Parisian Vacation Fails
1. Pick one or two things you really want to explore. The only thing my family actually did was visit Versailles because we all love the history of it. However, be prepared for overcrowding and not re...
Christina Hendry13 hours ago
Glacier National Park/Avalanche Lake: I Went for a Little Stroll in the Woods Yesterday
Let me start this out by saying that this is the first time in a long time that I have done any serious hikes with elevation. In fact, the last time that I did, I was maybe 5-years-old in Germany in t...
Ginny Dorsey2 days ago
Desolate Highway
This past weekend my wife and I went on an adventure to what we thought would be a sleepy small town in rural Oklahoma. We got in the car, turned on some tunes, and headed southwest about two hours ou...
Morganne Thayer8 days ago
Autumnal Paradise
Autumn is a time to reflect upon the quickly passing year, as the last few months draw in and come to a close, one by one. A time to reflect upon what we have done, what we still wish to do and how we...
Tanya Cvit3 days ago
How to Get from Split to Zadar
Another popular Croatian path linking significant architectural marvels is the Split to Zadar route. If you’ve heard of what either town has to offer and would like to experience it for yourself, here...
10 Reasons to Visit Lithuania
Tourism in Lithuania is on the rise. There are so many reasons to visit Lithuania and more and more travelers are catching on. There’s a little bit of everything for every type of traveler, whether yo...
Alan Russell4 days ago
Mudeford Quay
This is an extremely popular spot for visitors and locals alike at any time of year. My own preference for making the ten mile drive from to Mudeford Quay is when there is a storm coming in from the E...
Volunteering with Workaway
Workaway changed all the expectations I had for travel. I always assumed it to be a luxury for the wealthy and the free, but that never stopped me from planning, saving, and hoping that I would be abl...
Shawntelle Moncy11 days ago
How to Find the Cheapest Flights
I do not stop at booking a flight at the first, second or even third price I see online. There are many simple things that go into finding incredible deals on flights and I’d love to share them 🙂
Jerrica Bertram12 days ago
How To 'Simple Vacation' on a Budget
We all wish we could just take a week off, or even a weekend, and get away from our adult responsibilities for a while. This sort of "how to guide" will help you find affordable places to stay whereve...
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B Bee17 hours ago
Reasons to Leave Your Hometown
I'm sure everyone has heard this statement before, but from my personal experience these are some of the top reasons to adventure out of your comfort zone. I love how humans were created; two eyes to ...
Toni Koraca7 days ago
The Essential Moment is Now
I was elated by his remark. It was insightful to something surprisingly deep about me. Even though we met just a few days earlier, my new friend could see it clearly.I love that you are present. I lik...
Harie Calder18 days ago
My First Few Weeks of Expat Life in India
In January 2013, my family and I moved to India, specifically to the city of Pune. The migration was a result of my father’s recent employment with an Indian automotive company, a career choice to ens...
An Tran6 days ago
I Love School Lunch
I haven’t had a school lunch for over a decade, and from what I remembered, it was mediocre at best. But boy oh boy am I glad to have the school lunches here. My middle school and all my elementary sc...
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J Rose 16 days ago
Japan Travel Destinations
If you’re looking for an adventure like no other, Japan is the place to visit. Japan has such a rich history that could be experienced through its architecture and customs. While there are so many pla...
Kayla Bloom23 days ago
Voyage Into Vietnam
Stepping into the airplane, I was nervous and yet could barely contain my excitement. I had been in plenty of planes before, but this one was different. Barely a year ago I had decided to take the plu...
Amy Cameron6 days ago
Adapting to Au Pair Life
‘The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.’ - Albert Einstein. Adaption. It’s something that we all have to do in life. Whether you are adapting to a new school, job, city, or person, it i...
Sarah Writes2 months ago
Travel Naked
My friends thought I was mad. I can see why—the hurricane of emotions that preceded my decision to leave New Zealand had really messed up my hair, and left me hollow-eyed and twitchy. Quitting my job,...
Daniel Noble2 months ago
What You Need to Know Before Attempting #Vanlife
We've all seen those Instagram posts, beautifully clean van, back door open looking over an azure sky and a golden beach. It is enough to make any of us want to swap our lives for the promise of a lif...
Evelien DM3 months ago
What to Pack for a Summer Trip to Iceland
If you've ever wondered what to pack for a summer trip to Iceland, you're not the only one! Before traveling to Iceland myself, I had to look up different blogposts about what to pack, and I still did...
Faith Summer3 months ago
Ultimate 2018 Travel Bucketlist
Each year there are more and more people traveling the world. People are becoming more aware of all the world has to see and offer. Travel blogs, vlogs, and Instagrams are popping up all over the plac...
Amazing cities to visit, A-Z
There are a whopping 195 countries on Earth! Step back and let that sink in. Our planet is home to 195 separate countries each having their own language, geography, cultures, customs, and people. If y...
K B13 days ago
Differences
Two years ago, my mom decided she wanted to move back to Poland for "retirement." I remember just hanging out in my room and hearing my parents argue over it. "We were lucky to have won a green card, ...
Bailey Clarke15 days ago
What Is Hawaiian Literature
What is Hawaiian Literature? Being someone who has very little background on the topic, I entered my Hawaiian literature class with little to no knowledge on the topic. I didn't even know the English ...
Nick Wooda month ago
The Art of the French Insult
As a boy, I loved a film called National Lampoon’s European Vacation. I rented it on VHS from the local Blockbuster a dozen times before I entered the age of teenage indifference to feel-good comedies...
Emily Elliott17 days 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 Elliott19 days 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 Elliott20 days 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...
Christina Hendry11 days ago
St. Louis—Kansas City—Somewhere in Iowa—the Entire State of Nebraska—Wyoming
I’m sure a lot of you didn’t think I was going to ever leave St. Louis. Hell, I didn’t think I was going to leave St. Louis. Car problem after random thoughts of fear and doubt later, I fucking made i...
Mandee Prado14 days ago
Taking Risks like Vitamins
I took a risk and it ended up being the best decision of my life. I took a plunge. A leap of faith, if you will. I left behind my family, my friends, everything I grew to know and love. My hometown, m...
Christina Hendrya month ago
Travelin'
September 20th, 2018 A lot of people have asked if I would be doing a travel blog while on my journey across the, well, wherever the fuck I am going, so here it is… It’s September 20th, 2018, and I’m ...