Joe Dorish14 hours ago
Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona is one of the most populated and visited cities in the United States. For all the people living in Phoenix and all the tourists thinking of visiting the city, here is a list of the ho...
Jody Holman14 hours ago
Bordeaux, France
In the attempt to have a more “off the beaten track” experience, I went to Bordeaux instead of Paris for a year during college. While there, we came to call the place “bored-o” for the lack of things ...
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Suzanne Scott15 hours ago
A Dream Realized
It was an old dream; a dream I’d given up on a long time ago. Africa. The dream I’d had longer than any other; one that began long before I met the love of my life and remained long after he left my l...
Nancy Ahuja16 hours ago
Jaco: Where the Fun and Adventure Never Stops
About an hour’s drive from the Costa Rican capital of San Jose lies the city of Jaco. This is a small coastal, town located in the central Pacific and makes the perfect tropical retreat for adventurou...
Tony Li16 hours ago
Why It Might Be Too Late to Visit Alaska
Someone told me not to visit Alaska until I'm in my 80s. "There will be cruise ships sailing to Alaska, filled with old people like yourself who have been all over the world but never to Alaska. It wi...
Joe Dorish18 hours ago
Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for Houston, Texas
Houston is one of the most populated and visited cities in the world. For all the people living in Houston and all the tourists thinking of visiting the city, here is a list of the hottest temperature...
Ryan Frawley5 days ago
Never Home
Blame it on Brexit. I never thought the vote would go the way it did, and that the country I was born in would decide to tear itself away from the rest of Europe. I thought I’d always be an EU citizen...
Jesheckah Lynn8 days ago
The Secret World that Exists Within Japanese Temples
Traveling Japan, it is easy to see that everything is well ordered. Even for a country that is so well known in terms of allowing nature and modern construction to co-exist, most of the natural experi...
Rebekah B Lowri18 days ago
Geotagging Crisis - Keeping the Wilderness Wild
This photo may look wild and remote. But the truth is that we shared a path with hundreds, maybe even thousands of people with selfie sticks, hiking up the steep path to the iconic Storr. The road bel...
E DM18 days ago
How to Tackle China, South Korea, and Japan in Less Than Three Weeks
The plan of tackling three countries in three weeks originated from being European and wanting to visit more than one country on our first trip to Asia. We therefore also chose countries that were "ob...
Cassie Sanay25 days ago
The Bumpy Road to an Unforgettable Winter
Since moving to Canada, and traveling around in general, I’ve had a lot of people contact me asking how I went about getting to the places I have, and applauding my courage to do so, which I find so b...
Ashley Benedict25 days ago
Coming "Home"
I have always been told that home is a place. It's where you learned how to walk, where your parents live, where you have memories of family game nights, etc. When you become an adult, and the world b...
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?
Bethany Ashlyn5 days ago
Why You Should Turn Your Phone Off on Vacation
Going on vacation is always an escape from the world that awaits us back at home. Whether it is beaches or forests, a new place is bound to bring happy memories for years to come. However, there is so...
Lindsay Page10 days ago
The Truth About Traveling
and how anybody can do it
Dani Hendrix11 days ago
Amazing Tips for First-Time Travelers
So you have made the wonderful (but sometimes scary) decision to travel the world. Deciding to travel for the first time can be a huge step, and one that is not for the faint of heart. While traveling...
The Best Places Traveling with Your Buddy
Have you ever wondered the best places that you can travel with your friends? It is quite simple to travel to many countries. Before you research by deciding the best places to travel with your loved ...
Cil Borlaza3 months ago
A Quick Guide for First-Time Expats in South Korea
There are different reasons why people become or choose to be an expatriate (or expat). Common reasons include: studying abroad, job relocation, they’ve met the love of their life who prefers to live ...
Sukriti Taneja5 months ago
7 Indian Beaches Where You’ll Find Inner Peace
The sight of endless blue waters and the light touch of the sea breeze is something most of us crave. Except, of course, those of us who are sea-sick! The feel of sand under bare feet and the exciteme...
Joe Dorish14 hours ago
Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for Phoenix, Arizona
Phoenix, Arizona is one of the most populated and visited cities in the United States. For all the people living in Phoenix and all the tourists thinking of visiting the city, here is a list of the ho...
Joe Dorish18 hours ago
Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for Houston, Texas
Houston is one of the most populated and visited cities in the world. For all the people living in Houston and all the tourists thinking of visiting the city, here is a list of the hottest temperature...
Jody Holman19 hours ago
The Big Island, Hawai'i
The island of Hawai’i is called the Big Island for a reason (um, it’s big). Don’t underestimate the time it takes to drive from one end to another (there is no shortcut, you are on Hawai’ian time—the ...
Kevin a day ago
Surefire Tips that Will Make Your Camping Trip Memorable
Planning a camping adventure starts with the desire to be outdoors. Upon feeling the itch, you only need to decide on a date, identify a campsite, select a route, prepare your camping paraphernalia, d...
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Olivia Picton3 days ago
Tips for Enjoying a Long Trip and Eliminating Worry
If you have been planning a lengthy trip but are worried about leaving your house unattended for too long, then there are precautions you can take to ensure your vacation is enjoyable. For instance, H...
Recording Your Travels
Traveling is fun and there's so much that happens when you travel. I've been on numerous trips around the world over the years and the worse thing is I can't remember details about these trips. Fortun...
Jenny Cooper7 days ago
Daydreaming
"The Mountains are Calling and I Must Go…” —John Muir Sticking to getting something done today will be challenging. I have been staring at this quote on my screensaver for about 45 minutes now. The we...
Mr. Nature11 days ago
Thru-Hiking Pennsylvania Via the Appalachian Trail
I had been on the Appalachian Trail (AT) for almost 100 days when I finally made it to Pennsylvania. One of the things you hear about since you start the trail is how rocky the Pennsylvania section is...
Let's Go on an Adventure—Part II
The Moment the airplane lost touch with the earth below, I felt gravity press against me, weighing heavy in my ultra tight pants, on the ultra leathery seat below me. Pedals moving under my feet thank...
Jody Holman14 hours ago
Bordeaux, France
In the attempt to have a more “off the beaten track” experience, I went to Bordeaux instead of Paris for a year during college. While there, we came to call the place “bored-o” for the lack of things ...
Osei Agyemang3 days ago
It's the World's Smallest Country but Has a Lot to Offer in Terms of Tourism!
Even though the Vatican city is the smallest country in the world, it is a collection of cult art and architecture. This interesting city is located in southern Europe of Italy. With a little more tha...
A Week in Amsterdam
We arrived to Amsterdam on July 23, 2019 to spend a week before our 12 night Royal Caribbean Baltic cruise and had no idea it would be as hot as it was. (104 degrees!) Neither my husband, nor I, have ...
Wil Van Winkle3 days ago
Introducing...
I've traveled. A LOT. I was born in Tampa, Florida, lived in Texas, Iowa, New York, California, and most recently Tennessee in the USA. I've also live in Uzbekistan and Germany. In some places multipl...
For the Love of Cheap Travel!
I like to believe that we all dream of cheap travel, but most of us never take the time to actually figure it out. We all talk about the places we will go, and the things that we will see later in lif...
Dani Hendrix13 days ago
How to Travel for Less Than $500
Traveling doesn’t have to be crazy expensive and there are many ways that people have found to travel the world with little money. I could tell you hundreds of ways to save money on traveling, but ins...
Jesheckah Lynn2 days ago
5 Quick Maori Facts
I spent three years in New Zealand and took a number of Maori history classes from members of the Maori community. Here are some of the facts that I think people get wrong most of the time or don't un...
Wrong Place, Wrong Time
Have you ever had the feeling that you were in the wrong place at the wrong time? Usually when we feel this sort of feeling it is because of a bad situation happening to us or maybe not even bad but j...
Teresa Marangon11 days ago
Water Lantern Festival
Hello readers, this past weekend I decided to leave my house and to go the Water Lantern Festival held in Mount Trashmore Park down in Virginia Beach. I originally saw the advertisement for it on Inst...
Jesheckah Lynn8 days ago
The Secret World that Exists Within Japanese Temples
Traveling Japan, it is easy to see that everything is well ordered. Even for a country that is so well known in terms of allowing nature and modern construction to co-exist, most of the natural experi...
Rebekah B Lowri12 days ago
Why I Couldn't Avoid This Iconic Place
On arrival in Tokyo's Narita airport, one of the first things you'll see are the huge posters of the the iconic image of Itsukushima Shrine plastered on the walls. The 55 foot tall Otorii gate is list...
8 Hour Singapore Layover
In the middle of our 30+ hour journey to Australia, we had a layover in Singapore. Now, Singapore wasn't really somewhere that was a bucket list place for me, and I didn't really have any sort of idea...
A Conversation We All Need to Have
We have been travelling now for four and a half months. It has been challenging and rewarding in equal measures. We have learnt a lot—from vehicle maintenance to ancient history and being a part of a ...
Jessica Hatton13 days ago
So You Want to Live in London?
So, you managed to get your butt over to one of the most global cities in the world, and you decided you're ready to live in it. Great! Welcome to the club. London is a gigantic city that extends so f...
Racheal Savagea month ago
Your Friendly Airport Guide
Are you more afraid of the airport than actually flying?
Osei Agyemang5 days ago
Hong Kong's Replica of Noah's Ark!
In the Bible, the story of the global flood had Noah and his immediate family empathizing with two of every kind of animals in world with 8,000 kinds of them on the ark. The family saved a collection ...
Dani Hendrix14 days ago
One Week in Ireland - Travel Guide
I have never visited a place as beautiful or as memorable as Ireland. I will never forget driving down the coastline, walking into Irish pubs, hearing Irish accents from locals, and watching hundreds ...
Marie Nieves15 days ago
Top 5 Maximum Productivity and Relaxation Destinations for Freelancers
Freelancing has become the freest and most wanted work option in the world. It invokes a certain lifestyle nobody else can afford and, most of all, freedom. People who work only from their laptops can...
ilike totrvl8 days ago
Travel Stellar
What’s up, Trvl Likers? Today we are gonna talk about…
5 Tips for Traveling in Italy
How to embrace the Italian culture, and not look like a tourist.
Darryl Richie15 days ago
Welcome to Yorubaland
The Yoruba are a diverse group of people who are united under a common language, religion, and cultural unity. Yorubaland (Early History: Pre-1500 to the Pre-Colonial Period: 1500-1800) was a country ...
DM Lewis2 months ago
Cuba Libre, Yes Please
Havana, is a faster-paced city that is somewhat different than the stereotypical Caribbean islands. With the taxi speeding down the Malecon to take tourists around the city, it is a city that, thanks ...
DM Lewis2 months ago
Curacao Pride—3 Years
Curacao as an island that is home to a diverse population of people who speak a diverse number of languages. As a part of the Lesser Netherland Antilles, residents of the island not only speak Dutch, ...
DM Lewis2 months ago
GCircuit Songkran 2017
Every year, as I plan my travel plans, I try to seek out destinations that have a strong LGBT-accepting community, that are off of the beaten path, but are still a popular destination. Thailand was no...
Marie Nievesa month ago
Have a Fun and Safe Girls' Road Trip
Road trips are a perfect adventure you can plan with your girlfriends to have fun and see amazing places. You should start preparing for the trip at least a few days in advance so you make sure you ha...
Rebecca Siggersa month ago
Female Solo Travel: Tips and Advice
The global travel industry has witnessed significant expansion in the female solo traveling community. Women invariably trade in their careers for kids and family. After a certain age, their life gets...
Doni York2 months ago
Guide to the Wilderness
If you're anything like me, then toughing it out in the wilderness is new, uncharted territory for you. While I love being out in nature to hike for a day and enjoying the view, I'm not afraid to admi...