Kader Folles2 hours ago
A Day in the Life of a Van-Dweller
We woke up somewhere in the south of France, surrounded by cork trees in our own little secret spot. An array of wild herbs filled the air with beautiful scents. Scents that awoke my senses as I slowl...
Joey Kendrick3 hours ago
10 Reasons to Visit Australia
If you've never been to the land down under, you owe it to yourself to visit. Australia is home to a vast array of ecosystems and unique wildlife including koalas and wallabies. The food and wine cult...
Kader Folles3 hours ago
Hill Farming - A Day in the Life of a Van-Dweller
We set off from the far south stretch of England, northbound to the rolling hills of the Peak District. We had a long drive ahead of us. We were leaving behind the rocky shoreline of Cornwall, to work...
Cruising Alaska's Inside Passage from Vancouver on a Budget
The natural beauty of Alaska, still teaming with wildlife is an adventure not to be missed; even on a budget, you are able to explore this great country while experiencing five-star luxury onboard Hol...
Amanda Nowak8 hours ago
A Review of Hotel Nord Nuova in Rome, Italy
In January 2017, I took a J-term trip with my college to Italy. About 75% of our trip was spent at Hotel Nord Nuova in Rome. We stayed at this hotel for a total of ten days. Here is my honest review! ...
Emily PK a day ago
Moving to England: What I've Learned
So, I moved to England about two months ago and, boy, I gotta tell you, British people are not entirely what I expected. First of all, let me give some context. As an American girl born and raised in ...
Amanda Nowak10 days ago
Wanna Travel to Iceland? Here's How to NOT Break the Bank
Iceland's tourism industry has been booming in recent years, and it's no surprise why. It's a magnificent country with breathtaking waterfalls, marvelous volcanos, and miles of vast farmland. The only...
Harri Smith18 days ago
Harry Potter Things to Do in Edinburgh
Edinburgh, the city where J.K. Rowling herself began writing the world famous seven books that rocked an entire generation, including myself. Walking around that city, seeing what she saw while she th...
Why We Travel
The Millennial Obsession
Jules a month ago
7 Derelict Buildings of Belfast
From schools to churches, shopping malls to hospitals, Belfast boasts a number of derelict sites that are "abandoned in plain sight." Several of such locations are detailed below, each of which is vis...
Erin McDowella month ago
What I Did With One Day in Havana
With all that Havana, Cuba has to offer the prospect of spending just a day in the infamous city seemed overwhelming. Our trip to Havana was via the Norwegian Sky, a cruise ship that makes the trip fr...
Adam Wallacea month ago
Sardinia: The Mediterranean's Ignored Jewel
Hello, and welcome back to Second Chances where I shine a spotlight on the maligned and ignored, and I'm in the mood for a change of scenery. Typically, this column is about spotlighting movies, music...
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?
Cruising Alaska's Inside Passage from Vancouver on a Budget
The natural beauty of Alaska, still teaming with wildlife is an adventure not to be missed; even on a budget, you are able to explore this great country while experiencing five-star luxury onboard Hol...
Why Cruise?
Consider the benefits of seeing the world from the bow of a ship, spending time touring more than one destination, with the added bonus of unpacking only once. Whether you set sail looking for specifi...
SF Adahy5 days ago
One With Nature: A Call to Enjoy the Outdoors Without Technology
It's the weekend! that means its time to hit the open road. People everywhere are starting their trips to the mountains, beach, or favorite campsite. Come Monday, you're bound to see some posts on Ins...
Nicola Baylissa month ago
10 Reasons You Need A Holiday
Do you really need convincing to go on holidays? Okay here are 10 reasons why you need to book a trip today.
A Clem2 months ago
From London to New York: What I Learnt From a Week in the Big Apple
For my 23rd birthday, I was lucky enough to go to New York for a week - and it was one of the best weeks of my life. Growing up I’ve always dreamt of travelling through the US, going to as many states...
Carol Wilson3 months ago
Which Are the Deadliest Forests in the World?
A few decades ago, 30% of the land area across the globe was covered by forests. While this percentage may have dropped because of rapid urbanization and industrialization, forests still are a major p...
New York, New York
This was, by some margin, the longest trip I’d made for a few days away. A city which sums up Western culture, New York was next on the list of travels. Sat in Newcastle Airport at 4:30 AM, I can tell...
Tay V11 days ago
The Actual Best Way to Explore San Francisco
I have seen countless articles titled "How to do San Francisco in 48 Hours" and "What You Have to See in San Francisco." But, if you're anything like me, you feel like many of these articles are missi...
Jessika Wager21 days ago
Small Town Girl’s Travel Guide to NYC
I grew up in the middle of nowhere in South Dakota. You know the state that you had no idea people lived in? Where my graduating class was 13 people. Where you had to drive 60 miles if you wanted fast...
SF Adahy6 days ago
Bike-packing
Bike-packing... sounds pretty miserable, right? I mean, biking hurts your legs more than walking. Why would I want to load up a bike and hit the road for miles of unbearable leg pain? If you have the ...
Hannah Burton23 days ago
King's Peak Travel Guide
So before you go to King's Peak, make sure you are in good hiking shape and you have climbed some mountains beforehand. My husband and I thought we were in shape and we were sadly mistaken! But here a...
Samantha Bentleya month ago
Travel Hacks That Will Save You Time and Money
Travelling is wonderful. It is my favourite thing to do, but my god does it end up being expensive if you haven’t planned it correctly. I once booked a one-way ticket to Norway with the idea of travel...
4 Reasons Camping as an Adult Is Superior to Camping as a Child
When I met my husband, he was the biggest outdoorsman I’d ever come across; he went rock climbing, hiked and scaled mountains, skied in the winter, and he spent every free hot summer moment in the riv...
Frankie Rhodes14 days ago
Relish in the Company of Shakespeare
Crossing the bridge from the majestic site of Notre Dame, you are met with a literary sanctuary hidden amongst the busy, tourist-populated streets of Paris. It is the Shakespeare and Company bookshop,...
Sara Chieffallo16 days ago
Exploring Halifax
At the Canadian Museum of Immigration in Halifax, you can find yourself exploring the permanent Pier 21 exhibit. Throughout the years, Pier 21 was Canada's open door to the world, where people came in...
Kader Folles3 hours ago
Hill Farming - A Day in the Life of a Van-Dweller
We set off from the far south stretch of England, northbound to the rolling hills of the Peak District. We had a long drive ahead of us. We were leaving behind the rocky shoreline of Cornwall, to work...
Amanda Nowak8 hours ago
A Review of Hotel Nord Nuova in Rome, Italy
In January 2017, I took a J-term trip with my college to Italy. About 75% of our trip was spent at Hotel Nord Nuova in Rome. We stayed at this hotel for a total of ten days. Here is my honest review! ...
Emily PK a day ago
Moving to England: What I've Learned
So, I moved to England about two months ago and, boy, I gotta tell you, British people are not entirely what I expected. First of all, let me give some context. As an American girl born and raised in ...
Amanda Nowak10 days ago
Wanna Travel to Iceland? Here's How to NOT Break the Bank
Iceland's tourism industry has been booming in recent years, and it's no surprise why. It's a magnificent country with breathtaking waterfalls, marvelous volcanos, and miles of vast farmland. The only...
Lauren Stones15 days ago
The Scoop on Brighton
It's the UK's hottest recorded heatwave in 123 years (at least a meme I just saw on Instagram says so) and most of us are at a loss on how to deal with it. Do we stuff ice cubes down our bras before w...
Deia DeMarcoa month ago
My Impulsive Trip to North Ireland
The idea for me to go to North Ireland with my friend was a rather "spur of the moment" decision. As soon as I was able to get even a soft confirmation from my boss that I could get the week off from ...
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Tajae Faxon21 days ago
Black Pride
The big ball of raging heat made salty sweat trickle slowly down my forehead. I covered my eyes for shade, and for protection from the small dust storms swirling through the air. I wished I had a buck...
Shanice Lawrence24 days ago
Moving Into the Future
I’ve honestly thought about living abroad since I was 15. Anyone who’s ever had a Tumblr (millennials) will attest to how beautiful those traveling photos look. You can literally feel the Arizona sun ...
Why We Travel
The Millennial Obsession
Ancient Civilization Within a Modern World
First some advice prior to departing your hometown; If you happen to be a social media addict like myself make sure and download a VPN so that while in China you can access your social media. Also, I ...
Amy Yes2 months ago
Top 4 Places to Visit in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is not a place you want to skip when visiting Vietnam. The culture, food and people make this city a unique and exciting destination for all tourists. The sheer size and chaos ...
Charlotte Humphrey2 months ago
The Flying Kind
Ella Mason remembered how the world looked from the plane window thirty thousand feet above Korea’s capital. Looking back, she supposed she would always remember how the city lights had been carved in...
Hannah P6 days ago
Rip Currents — The Danger of the Sea
Summer time is here again and it won’t be long before the summer holidays begin. Whether traveling abroad or having a stay cation, if you’re going to be going in the sea it’s important to remember tha...
Jennica Janae9 days ago
Airbnb Etiquette: How to Be Considerate While Staying in a Shared Space
My recent Airbnb experience has lead me to write this article in hopes that if you find yourself staying in a shared space that you do your best to be considerate of those around you. A little Airbnb ...
Claudia Jerroa month ago
Best Hacks for Camping in the Rain
Camping in the great outdoors, whether it be some of the most extreme places to camp in America or your local campsite, requires that one is versatile with nature and everything that comes with it: be...
Faith Summer4 days 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...
Rachel 👑23 days ago
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...
Julia Talbot2 months ago
5 Great Things to Do in Santa Fe, NM
Santa Fe is a vibrant and truly historic city in northern New Mexico. Most people think of Native American pottery or silver and turquoise jewelry if they think of the City Different at all. Santa Fe ...
Dhalia Novaschik17 days ago
The Carnival in the Dominican Republic
The Dominican Carnival is one of the biggest, most colorful and upbeat cultural celebrations in the country. The Parade takes place on Sundays during the month of February, and its origins can be trac...
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Dominic Langer21 days ago
My Summer in Pamplona, Spain
As a Spanish language learner, I know that the best way to practise and improve my knowledge is to spend as much as time as possible immersed in the country where it is spoken. With that in mind, I de...
Syd Glisan25 days ago
Puerto Rico After Maria
From mid-September to early October of 2017, Puerto Rico suffered from a category 5 hurricane that left the country devastated. Since then, the community has had to band together to restore the damage...
Richard Douglas6 months 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 Spivey9 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 Johnsona year 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...
Amanda Nowak4 days ago
A Review of Loft Hostel in Reykjavik, Iceland
My friend and I spent seven nights in Iceland last month, and all of those seven nights were spent at Loft Hostel in Reykjavik. We initially picked this hostel because it had stellar reviews, and was ...
Girlfriends Getaway
The Dominican Republic is an island blessed with beauty style, humility, and a very resourceful population; a population that really knows how to make the most of what they have. I was fortunate enoug...
Sienna Bustera month ago
My Heartbreak Adventure
I believe everybody has the desire to run away. Something is set deep inside each one of us, something which desires to leave formalities and the red tape surrounding our everyday lives in exchange fo...