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Nathalia Silva3 hours ago
10 Things to Do in Rio de Janeiro
There are so many amazing things to do in Rio de Janeiro! It is a very fun city with a lot of food, drinks, and breathtaking sights. Here are ten things you must do when you visit this amazing city.
Osei Agyemang 19 hours ago
Is This Really the Biggest Public Library in the World?
Reading, they say, does not only improve your life and skills but trains the brain and actively raises your vocabulary and writing techniques to a positive level. Above all, reading helps you focus an...
The Ideal Eating Experience in Hanoi
Hanoi has the most singular method to get dinner. It starts by stepping out of the hostel, an impossibly narrow Paris-style terrace, into a cacophony of smog and scooter horns. With a thick humidity h...
The Spontaneous Order of Phuket
Strolling through the streets and alleys of Phuket is a constant stream of stimulation. It’s hard to know what to look at with the barrage of color and smells, dodging amateur photographers who find m...
Top 3 Cities in Texas
Living in Texas is a unique experience that may be the right fit for you if you are someone who likes the convenience of the big cities here and the friendliness of the communities. One major change i...
Tia Philippart2 days ago
Waterfalls to Chase This Summer
If you're itching to go on a road trip this summer to somewhere nice that you can relax outdoors in, we have the perfect guide for you. One of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors is with checking out ...
Daniel Lyddon5 days ago
Hanging Out in Hollywood
I have fond memories of my first trip to LA—landing at LAX with my best friend, climbing into the hire car, and jumping on the 405 in rush hour traffic to head off in search of some Hollywood magic. F...
Jenny Beck10 days ago
'Bule'
'Hi, Bule!" The call of a young Indonesian child makes me turn my head and wave. The child lights up, enthusiastically waving back. I continue walking down the crowded sidewalk, ducking to miss the lo...
Stephanie Alfaro21 days ago
Evergreen and Grey
Surrounded by irregularly stacked houses made mostly of reddish-orange cinder blocks topped with makeshift roofs, the more affluent areas of Caracas are always reminded that poverty is just a breath a...
Jonathan Reeda month ago
A Heart in Ruin
“Walking at random through the streets, we came by chance upon the Cathedral of Notre Dame. I shall long remember my first impression of the scene within. The lofty gothic ceiling arched far above my ...
Ruth Gibsona month ago
Midnight Scuba Diving in Iceland
As a scuba diver, if Silfra isn't on your bucket list, it's probably because you haven't heard of it yet! With visibility over 100m, you really have to see it to believe it! It’s surely every diver's dream to experience water that clear, giving viz that can only be compared to the best HD experience that the best technology can provide! Silfra is a world-famous dive site located in Iceland, about 54 km North East of Reykjavik. The site can be reached in under an hour if the roads are clear of sn...
Jay Dee Archera month ago
Reverse Culture Shock
It's been three years since I left Japan to return to my home country of Canada. I lived in Japan for eleven years, more than a quarter of my life. That's a long time to live outside your home country. I got married in Japan, had a child in Japan, and had a job I loved in Japan. But why did I move back to Canada? There are several reasons, which I'll briefly touch, but it was a very difficult decision. It's a decision I still live with, and I've changed a lot as a person. When you move to anothe...
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?
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Megan Long2 days ago
Disney with Disabilities
I love Disney World. It's one of my favorite place to go and my family do try and go once a year, when we can afford it. My mother and I are both disabled. My mom is on dialysis and is a diabetic, I h...
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Kevin 12 days ago
3 Things You Might Forget to Pack for a Road Trip
You’re about to hit the open road for a weeklong trip. The car’s all gassed up, you have the best snacks, and music all picked out, and you’ve written down every address and phone number you need in y...
A Detailed Overview of Travel Options Between London and Southampton for Cruising Enthusiasts!
Heading for a cruise vacation? Have you got everything sorted for the perfect vacation? If yes, you must have thought of how to get to and from your cruise. A well-planned vacation includes each and e...
Cil Borlaza17 days 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 Taneja2 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...
Amelia Grant2 months ago
10 Useful Tips for Traveling Around the US in a Car
There are a lot of beautiful places, parks, and canyons, which all of us should visit during life. To make it more interesting and spend time with pleasure you need to be ready for it. Practical infor...
Top 3 Cities in Texas
Living in Texas is a unique experience that may be the right fit for you if you are someone who likes the convenience of the big cities here and the friendliness of the communities. One major change i...
Tia Philippart2 days ago
Waterfalls to Chase This Summer
If you're itching to go on a road trip this summer to somewhere nice that you can relax outdoors in, we have the perfect guide for you. One of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors is with checking out ...
Living Abroad and Being Away from My Parents for the First Time
Hey there! My name is Danielle and in 2018 I made the plan to live and work in the U.S.A! And guess what I made my dream come true! It all started when I saw an ad on Facebook. It said that you can wo...
H J4 days ago
Avoid Excessive Stuff
Sometime last year, I went to India. Prior to that, it had been a good six-seven years where I went on an international vacation by way of an airplane. Long story short, here's a list of things I woul...
Victoria Lim19 days ago
Hiking in USA: Best Tricks and Treks
Have you become a slave to technology? Do you spend more time staring at your phone, or a computer than looking at a clear blue sky? Do days go by without you even leaving your home? If you are lookin...
Marli Ehrlicha month ago
Coachella Survival 101
There are people who have been going to Coachella since day one. I saw one influencer mention in their Instagram caption that they've been going for the past nine years! Well, I've been for three year...
Santiago: The Metropolis at the South of the World
Santiago is the vibrant and green Chilean capital with plenty to offer in terms of entertainment and gastronomy. It has the Parque Metropolitano, one of the largest parks by area in the world, with st...
Lawrence Barnett10 days ago
How to Choose a Very Good Kayak Seat
Selecting the correct kayak seat for you and your vessel might be more extensive than you expected. Although it isn’t difficult to do, there are a few you should factor in your official choice. Here a...
Tamara A14 days ago
Cotswold Hiking Trip with Macs Adventure
Being brought up in the UAE, and having to put up with scorching hot weather most of my life, I longed to live in a place where I can take a lengthy walk in nature, and breath in the fresh air of fore...
Jonathan Reed3 days ago
Disneyland UK?
It is regarded as “the happiest place on earth” and for over 60 years hundreds of millions of guests have experienced the magic of Disney. Across four countries—China, Japan, France and unsurprisingly...
Hayley Dodwell11 days ago
Visit: Kibworth Beauchamp
Kibworth Beauchamp is a village in the beautiful Leicestershire countryside, located nine miles away from the city of Leicester, and six miles away from the town of Market Harborough. I know this vill...
Grace Lynch11 days ago
My Road Trip Around Scotland
In 2018, Scotland was voted one of the most beautiful countries in the world. As someone who is native to Scotland and has lived there her entire life, my first response was, "They clearly didn't see ...
Gracie Evans3 days ago
How to Organize Your Summer Vacation Budget
If you’ve done your research, you’ll discover that there are plenty of amazing places to visit, and even more so, you probably know that certain destinations and activities are more budget-friendly th...
Daniel Lyddon14 days ago
Five Eternal City Freebies
Rome is notorious for being expensive to visit—there's so much to cram into your trip that the costs can add up quickly without you noticing. I've been three times now, both as a solo traveler and as ...
Cil Borlaza19 days ago
5 Useful Tips for Budget Travelers in Seoul
As a budget traveler, I appreciate nifty travel guides that can help me make the most out of every trip I do. I’ve lived in South Korea for a little over two years already and traveled to Seoul many t...
Ish H2 days ago
Our Journey
Has it been a while, old friend? You have to forgive me for this lull, because you see, we have been on a journey, her and I. And, here I’ve arrived again, to share with you, the things we’ve seen, th...
Jordana 💋12 days ago
Bachelorette RIP Update: NEPAL
Ok, so ya know I climbed a lot of mountains to get to a really famous mountain, and I nearly died, and blah blah blah–BORING! Let's get to the men, and the ACTION!
E.F. Landeros13 days ago
Era Erased: Paradise Lost
It's a surreal feeling. Something that I would have never thought that I would have to experience. An era of my life forever tarnished by the events of a few hours that lingered on for days. On Novemb...
Osei Agyemang 19 hours ago
Is This Really the Biggest Public Library in the World?
Reading, they say, does not only improve your life and skills but trains the brain and actively raises your vocabulary and writing techniques to a positive level. Above all, reading helps you focus an...
The Spontaneous Order of Phuket
Strolling through the streets and alleys of Phuket is a constant stream of stimulation. It’s hard to know what to look at with the barrage of color and smells, dodging amateur photographers who find m...
Jenny Beck10 days ago
'Bule'
'Hi, Bule!" The call of a young Indonesian child makes me turn my head and wave. The child lights up, enthusiastically waving back. I continue walking down the crowded sidewalk, ducking to miss the lo...
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Flora Mayer24 days ago
Thinking of Moving? These Are the Places to Consider
Are you thinking of moving? If yes, have you thought things through, especially how you will survive with your loved ones being miles away? Worry not, because as you will come to learn, home is where ...
How to Vacation Regularly Without Going Broke
You probably know some families who take extravagant vacations every year. They may seem to live a life of leisure that you can only dream of. And some of these people might actually be in higher inco...
Travelling While Anxious
Anxiety. My old friend who I hate talking to and sometimes even refused to acknowledge. I have a love/hate relationship with you, especially when it comes to traveling. On the one hand, traveling with...
Mina Outreach4 days ago
Objects Which Every Hiker Should Have in Their Hiking Kit
"An adventurous spirit elevates itself to the levels of nature, scaling heights across all spheres of life". The body would live every single moment experiencing adventure moving through days before a...
Top Five Travel Destinations
A Few Places That I Love
Tia Philipparta month ago
Some of the Tallest Waterfalls in the World
When deciding where to go for your next night out, maybe consider a day out instead! Finding a destination to take your group out during the day has endless possibilities, but what if you try somethin...
The Ideal Eating Experience in Hanoi
Hanoi has the most singular method to get dinner. It starts by stepping out of the hostel, an impossibly narrow Paris-style terrace, into a cacophony of smog and scooter horns. With a thick humidity h...
Osei Agyemang 13 days ago
Body Tattoos Versus Indian Beliefs
Body Tattoos Versus Indian Beliefs It is believed that the tattoo existed for thousands of years. They were used to identify prisoners, servants, and slaves. Tattoos were also used as markings in the ...
Shraddha Gautam23 days ago
The Feet That Never Touched The Ground
Nepal, a small mountainous country surrounded by two large countries is rich in culture. Nepal is surrounded by India in the east, south, and the west, and by China on the north. Nepal is the common g...
Emily Elliott7 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 Elliott8 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 Elliott8 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...
Milena Vasaka month ago
Bombay: The Journey Began
A year ago, on April 29th, 2018, I realized my dream of going to India. It was the dream of my life. It was my project. I was studying with the ambition of going to India at the end. I was working and...
Ashley Peterson2 months ago
How to Be a Solo Female Traveller Extraordinaire
While the first time around can be intimidating, travelling alone can be really rewarding. For female solo travellers, there are a few extra precautions that are worth taking, but you can still travel...
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Kate Murphy4 months ago
Home Is Where Your Heart Belongs
There are lots of people who decide to try themselves abroad. They are trying their luck—with balls—in the world. They stand up to the challenges. Then all of the sudden a feeling hits them stronger t...