Megan Jones2 days ago
Beginner's Guide to Camping with Kids
Camping is one the most super fun and affordable ways to have an adventure with your kids. Getting close to nature affords them the educational opportunity to watch the natural environment up close an...
Erica Bowditch2 days 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...
Jenny Beck2 days 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...
Toronto: What to Do for a Day
Whether you have a long layover or are coming for a holiday, the question of what to do while you are in a city always comes up. So for the beautiful city of Toronto, it can seem hard to figure out wh...
Robert Adam3 days ago
Avoid These Facts to Experience Smooth Airport Parking
How many of us actually think about airport parking issues while planning a trip? We do pay a lot of attention to other aspects of travelling such as food, hotel reservation, and flight booking and so...
Melina Notidou4 days ago
Why Should I Study Abroad?
It all starts when you say yes... In 2018, I was in my second year of my undergraduate degree. I was given the opportunity to spend my second semester studying at the University at Buffalo, New York. ...
Alicia Springer12 days 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 Beck18 days 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 Rocha24 days 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 Ona month 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...
Alice Le Bihana month 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...
Telia Boicea month ago
Traveling Northwest Ohio
Ohio may seem like nothing but cornfields as far as the eye can see, but hiding behind those crops are many amazing and exciting sights, tastes, and experiences!
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?
Natasha Sydor5 days ago
How to Plan Your First Travel Backpacking Trip (Like a Boss)
Planning your first trip abroad is nerve-racking, exhilarating, and scary. Will you pick the right location? What about getting the right price? How do you choose the perfect activities? What cities s...
Daisy Germaine5 days ago
Magic, the Kind You Get in Coconuts 🥥
How many times have you read an article about the health benefits of coconut oil? Too many? I’ll apologise in advance because I’m about to convince you that coconuts are your best, most reliable trave...
Ada Zuba6 days ago
Disneyland: How to Prepare
We all love Disney because of the great movies and it reminds us all of our childhood, when life was simple. So, if you are planning to go in the next little while, here are a few things to remember. ...
Eta Visaa month ago
Which Countries Require Visas for US Citizens?
Most countries all over the world do not require US citizens to have visas. Being a leading world power, I could see why this makes sense. If anything, the US is one of the most secure countries in th...
5 Things I Never Travel Without
When I travel, I like to feel cool, comfortable, and relaxed. Without worry or discomfort. But we all know that travel can be full of ups and downs. There is always a possibility for things to go wron...
Bethany Rollinson2 months ago
10 Unknown Stories from London
Many wonderfully crazy things have happened in London, England over its many centuries. From finding mice in a lady’s hair being a normality to a one-legged man who travelled up and down a single esca...
Jerrica 15 days ago
4 Seasons in Rural USA
My Experience in a Small Town
Ashlee :)20 days ago
Road to Home
Road trips are fine and all, but it was beginning to feel very lonely. I wasn’t actually feeling particularly lonely, just very alone. At first it was invigorating, driving without a destination in mi...
Daneen Jenaea month ago
Oregonian Empress
My favorite place in the world is a collection of colors. In the winter and spring, everything is blue and grey. People are nearly swallowed by their big coats, and hold their hot coffees close as the...
Robert Adam3 days ago
Avoid These Facts to Experience Smooth Airport Parking
How many of us actually think about airport parking issues while planning a trip? We do pay a lot of attention to other aspects of travelling such as food, hotel reservation, and flight booking and so...
Nic Kent8 days ago
Boston!
This was my first trip since my accident that has left me using a wheelchair so I was not sure what to expect. My first impression was that the city is full of history and very accessible to wheelchai...
Alicia Springer12 days 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...
Erica Bowditch2 days 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...
Crysta Coburn17 days ago
How to Celebrate Michigan in the Winter
Michigan wears winter well. Our roads are among the worst in the nation, but dang is that snow pretty when it glistens in the sunlight. Snowmen, snow forts, snow angels, snow fights, snow and ice fest...
John Walkera month ago
Doing More to Get Customers in the Door
Is the dirty sixth living up to its name, or is rainy street just getting too crowded? Are the bars with live music too loud or do you need a change of scenery for your late night shenanigans? Many pl...
5 of the Most Beautiful Towns in Northern Spain
We found that Spain is filled with hidden beauties. Well known to many for cities like Barcelona or Madrid, the north of the country is overlooked without good reason. Here we found mesmerizing beache...
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sonya.k 13 days ago
Paris Hot Spots
Many people will tell you, “I have to see Paris before I die.” I was never one with those exact words on my lips, but I did have a deep interest in French (and Parisian) culture, and to satisfy both m...
Patrick Hollis13 days ago
Peterlee—the Lesser Known of the Post-War 'New Towns'
If you ever find yourself in the North East of England, almost every town and village you’ll pass will most likely have some connection to the rich coal mining history. Some of these places still have...
Cynthia Cline3 months ago
Financial Tips for Planning Family Trips
About a year and a half ago my mom brought to my attention a great idea, when planning our family trips all parties going on the trip transfer money into one savings account to keep track of how much ...
James Smith3 months ago
Do You Really Need Money to Travel?
Ahh, the dreaded M-word. Money is the biggest barrier to travel. Like most ‘yeah but’s, there is a large portion of truth in it. Yes, you do indeed need money to travel... mostly. It is possible to ge...
Georgie Greenway3 months ago
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...
Anik Marchand7 days 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 Petersona month 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 Konikovoa month 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 Beck2 days 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 Beck11 days 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 Pearson12 days 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...
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 Bihana month 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...
Tanya Mayera month ago
Three Quick Translation Tips to Reach Global Travelers
Then don’t make a mistake most of the agencies do. Many believe having a website solely in the English language is enough and they can present it to the whole world. However, in reality, people prefer...
Chloe Gilholya month ago
Five Hyped Cities to Travel in 2019
My goal is to travel to thirty countries before I turn 30. I'm 26 now and I'm nearly there. I love travelling, whether it's just a day out in the city or a village nearby, it's nice to discover local ...
Paisley Hansena month ago
Mountain Getaways That Inspire Wonder and Renew the Spirit
Can anyone escape the call of the mountains? Mountain views inspire us to breathe deeply and soak in the present moment while considering the grand scale of this beautiful world we all call home. If y...
Jeff Nevil2 months ago
Luxury Travel Destinations and Experiences for 2019
While the wishlist of luxury destinations and experiences will inevitably vary between individuals, there are a host of destinations and experiences that will quench the thirst of even the most season...
WatchMojo 5 days 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...
Kai Sparks10 days ago
Big Trouble in a Little Town
(Disclaimer: I'm going to avoid naming my town in this piece, as I don't know how many creepy people there are on the internet). I grew up in the world's smallest town. Well, not really the world's, w...
E DM17 days ago
Fact Checking (Ch. 1)
January 2, 2019, 8:15 PM—I'm scrolling through my Twitter timeline when I see the following tweet:
Emily Elliott3 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 Elliott4 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 Elliott4 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...
Bekah Boudreau2 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 Schemanoff2 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...
Bekah Boudreau3 months ago
Being a Female Solo-Traveller
The first time I travelled by myself (other than to my grandparents an hour away from home) I was 16, naive and ready to take on the world head-on. Of course I decided to choose the beautiful country ...