Joshua Brown38 minutes ago
Fight for Survival; Crash-Landing
On a beautiful mountain stood a cabin, home to a family of four. This family consisted of Robert, a plant biologist, Leanne, a zoologist, and their children, Penny and Jack. Penny was thirteen and Jac...
Nancy Rogers2 hours ago
How to Cope with Jet Lag?
Those in the habit of frequent and international travelling are very much familiar to jet lag. Feeling fatigued, disturbance in sleeping pattern, stomach problems are associated with long-haul flights...
Marlene Affeld3 hours ago
A Plane Ticket To Paradise
Welcome to paradise. "The Big Island," also known as the "Orchid Isle" is the youngest, tallest and by far the largest of the Hawaiian Islands. The Big Island, the least populated of the entire Hawaii...
Maddie Goodya day ago
10 Study Abroad Tips
Get your 'A' and have fun too.
Autumn Browna day ago
Adventures in Africa: Part 2
After we reach Kokofu we moved on to our final destination in a small village. Before long, unfortunately our friends had to leave and return to the States. They showed us the necessities of what we n...
Sasha Konikovo2 days 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...
Telia Boice6 days 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!
Yvonne Glasgow14 days ago
10 Tips for Planning a Road Trip
Road trips are one of my favorite things when it comes to long vacations and short ones. A road trip can take you anywhere—you can go across the state to a museum, across the country to see the ocean,...
Beginner's Travel Guide
One of the questions I get asked the most these days is "How do you travel so much?" Social media, in particular, paints a sometimes distorted picture of the reality of travel. It highlights all of th...
Mountains & Suna month ago
The Stereotypical Travel Bucket List
We all want to travel. Everyone has somewhere they want to see, experience, and explore. Funny thing is, those of us "travellers at heart" have quite a few places in common. Actually, we have a lot of...
Ashly Helfrich2 months ago
7 Things You Can't Miss in Iceland
Iceland is becoming increasingly popular for travelers to visit, boasting exciting things to do during every season of the year. With many options to see the wonders of Iceland, including stopover fli...
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...
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?
Alex Korr3 days ago
The Foreigner Guide: Tips for Moving to the UK
Making a move to the UK? Congratulations and welcome! Let's give you some tips to get you started.
Samuel Block5 days ago
The Romanticism of Travel
Do you dream of traveling through Europe and living your dream while you see the famous cities and culture? Most people seem to have this desire and long for the opportunity to go. I was not one of th...
Vanessa Baltazara month ago
Why You Should Go to the Rose Parade
The Rose Parade is a celebration on New Years in Pasadena, where people can watch floats, bands, an even see celebrities. It always starts at 8 AM and you can sit where ever you want. You can either b...
Eta Visa2 days 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...
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...
Marlene Affeld3 hours ago
A Plane Ticket To Paradise
Welcome to paradise. "The Big Island," also known as the "Orchid Isle" is the youngest, tallest and by far the largest of the Hawaiian Islands. The Big Island, the least populated of the entire Hawaii...
New York Day 4
This morning we had a lie in. This was partly to do with the fact that some of the other guests kept on slamming doors in the night and the fact that we decided to go on a cruise and they didn’t start...
Telia Boice6 days 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!
Nancy Rogers2 hours ago
How to Cope with Jet Lag?
Those in the habit of frequent and international travelling are very much familiar to jet lag. Feeling fatigued, disturbance in sleeping pattern, stomach problems are associated with long-haul flights...
Lorna Vause12 days ago
Genius Cruise Cabin Hacks for Your Next Trip
Hopefully, you're pretty excited for your cruise ship adventure; but since you are wanting to enjoy yourself as much as possible, you want to avoid as many common stresses as humanly possible. Maybe y...
Yvonne Glasgow14 days ago
10 Tips for Planning a Road Trip
Road trips are one of my favorite things when it comes to long vacations and short ones. A road trip can take you anywhere—you can go across the state to a museum, across the country to see the ocean,...
Siena Dini7 days ago
The Most Festive Way to Start December 2018
Hi friends! I hope your December has begun with all the holiday classics like candy canes and snow! My December started out with a visit to my family’s favorite Christmas tree farm, that we’ve been vi...
Haley Grimma month ago
Critter Country Animal Farm
Nestled away in the small town of Smithton, Pennsylvania is a zoo that goes by the name of Critter Country Animal Farm. It is operated by a husband and wife who provide a safe haven for many animals o...
Christina Hendry2 months 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...
Ruth Gibson5 days ago
The Best Rock Climbing in El Chorro, Spain
El Chorro is a sleepy little village about an hour north of Malaga in Southern Spain. Amongst rock climbers, it is famous for having over 2,000 sports routes across a range of grades. There truly is s...
Dani Nash12 days ago
A Day Well Spent in Kefalonia, Greece
If you haven’t yet heard of Kefalonia, Greece, I highly recommend looking into booking your next trip. This island is extremely unique and different from its more popular southern counterparts of Sant...
Ros Ansia17 days ago
La Mia Napoli
I only wrote one piece so far on Vocal, so I don't assume you know that I am from Naples, Italy. At the moment I live in the UK. I miss living there as hell, so I am planning on writing about it a lot...
Cynthia Clinea month 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 Smith2 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 Greenway2 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...
Sasha Konikovo2 days 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...
Alannah Dobell14 days ago
I Came Back from a Journey of a Lifetime and Nothing Has Changed
So, you went traveling. For the first time!! WOOT, go you!! Maybe you went with a friend, significant other, or perhaps you took a leap of faith and went all by your merry self. But you did it, you go...
Anna Dvorakova25 days ago
6 Reasons Why Living and Working Abroad Isn't Easy Peasy
I've live abroad for almost six years already and I've heard stuff like "Your life is just fun. Beaches. Party." Well, obviously, I did have some fun. I saw some beaches. And attended some parties. Bu...
An Tran2 months 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 2 months 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 Bloom2 months 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...
CosCom Writersa month ago
4 Tips to Stay Fit While Traveling
Traveling is one of the most invigorating activities we can consider: meeting new people, exploring a culture, discovering new smells in other latitudes, and other pleasurable expectancies. Although w...
Amy Cameron2 months 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 Writes3 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,...
Jeff Nevil21 days 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...
Mountains & Suna month ago
The Stereotypical Travel Bucket List
We all want to travel. Everyone has somewhere they want to see, experience, and explore. Funny thing is, those of us "travellers at heart" have quite a few places in common. Actually, we have a lot of...
Jordan Dalea month ago
My Disneyland “Must Ride” List
Disneyland, the happiest place on earth—and most expensive. Well, maybe not most expensive. I’m sure we can all agree, though, the tickets, food and merchandise from Disneyland cost way too much. And ...
An Tran20 days ago
Mundane Adventures
I explored so much of the city today, but I still feel like I barely made a dent in all that I know about it. Today, I exercised my "yes man" attitude and went on a spontaneous adventure exploring the...
An Tran22 days ago
Transportation on Point
I have raved about the transportation system in Japan many times before, but I feel that it is necessary to dedicate an entire post on just how exquisite it really is. As I mentioned before, the buses...
An Trana month ago
Learning Japanese
The Japanese language consists of syllabic scripts, hiragana and katakana, and kanji, Japanese-adopted logographic Chinese characters that are used in the Japanese writing system. It is said that if y...
Emily Elliott2 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 Elliott2 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 Elliott2 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 Boudreau17 days 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 Schemanoffa month 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 Boudreaua month 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 ...