Brianna Redmond36 minutes ago
The 10 Best Things to Do When Visiting Los Angeles
For however long you plan to visit, here is concise list of "must-sees" in the beautiful city of Los Angeles.
Lexi Bellowan hour ago
Thailand: Week One
Let me just start this with a few facts about myself. My name is Lexi, and I’m 20 years old. I’m not in school and I don’t have any particular reason to travel except that it’s all I want to do. I’m a...
Daniel Monahan2 hours ago
Last Minute Shenanigans
I recently took about a five day trip through Utah and Arizona, which was definitely one of the most last minute, spontaneous trips of my life. It started out as “Hey, why don’t we do something after ...
The Easiest Ways to Cut Travel Expenses
It's no surprise that traveling is one luxury a lot of people can't afford, especially this time of year, but sometimes it just can't be helped. While cutting corners can be extremely stressful, you n...
Travis Georgea day ago
The Climb
For one second imagine that you are standing on the edge of a cliff, are you terrified, or do you feel like if you were to jump you could fly? Your answer to that question is what will determine the w...
Strangest Caves in the World
Ever since I was young, I had an obsession with caves — more specifically, the idea of an amazing underworld with entire ecosystems of their own. There's something just so amazing about the idea of li...
Katie Werthmann7 days ago
Guinness Storehouse
When I started looking into what I wanted to do when I get to Dublin I immediately wanted the Storehouse. Why, you ask, since you don't drink or even LIKE any beer at all, ever? Well, I like the stori...
Jokes About Pennsylvania that Are Funny Because They’re True
Having lived in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania since 2003, I can tell you: the keystone state is a weird place. It’s basically Philly and the Burgh on either side, and in between you can find a comb...
Laura Millera month ago
I Want Adventure In That Great Wide Somewhere
“What? That’s so cool. But…why?” Every time someone has asked me “why?” over the last two months, I’ve had some really great answers. Answers that were honest, but also very specificto the needs of ea...
Mickey Smitha month ago
3 Things I Wish I Did When I Traveled to China
When I was 15 years old, I had the opportunity of a lifetime to travel to China. I had taken Mandarin Chinese as my foreign language of choice in middle and high school, and my school offered the trip...
How to Plan a Babymoon Vacation
So you're having a baby. First of all, let me say this: girl, I respect your journey. You are so brave. What with the crazy swelling, delicious stuff unexpectedly making you want to vom, and the whole...
Andrew Wilson2 months ago
The Faroe Islands
I want to write about my holiday in The Faroe Islands, which took place in June, 1995. I have ancestors who lived for centuries in the Orkney Islands, north of the Scottish mainland, and have for many...
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?
Daniel Monahan2 hours ago
Last Minute Shenanigans
I recently took about a five day trip through Utah and Arizona, which was definitely one of the most last minute, spontaneous trips of my life. It started out as “Hey, why don’t we do something after ...
Tristin Clark3 days ago
So You Want To Travel, Huh?
If you were born with the wanderlust gene and a fernweh to travel the world, see the many beautiful places and conquer adventures you never imagined you’d experience, then welcome to the club. You see...
Alice Sullivan2 months ago
Top 10 Reasons to Visit Korea
South Korea is my favourite country out of all the places I have been travelling so far. Korean culture is so different to anything I had experienced and give me such unique experiences. This is the c...
Courtney DuMonde2 months ago
The Ultimate Study Abroad Packing List
Empty suitcases staring at you the night before departure? Don’t panic—here’s everything you could ever need (and not need) to pack! So you decided to study abroad. For the summer, for a semester, for...
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Faith Michael3 months ago
5 Must See Places in Idaho
Idaho, the Gem State, or to most known as the Potato State. What many native Idahoans like to keep secret, is that Idaho is a treasure trove for tourists looking for adventure a little off the beaten ...
A Beautiful Place
Do you like to travel? If you are anything like me, then that answer is yes. I have always liked to be outdoors, even as a child. Growing up, it was unlikely to find me inside, even at night. I absolu...
Self-Discovery
It feels as if it was yesterday when I was a senior in high school; it was the last opportunity for everyone to use “senioritis” as a lame excuse to procrastinate. A year and a half earlier my mother ...
Alyssa Shifflett13 days ago
New Hope Pennsylvania
Everyone has wondered at one point or another, be it when you were little, or even now, what it would be like to walk down a street that had so much beauty in its natural surroundings that it could be...
Tati Ragsdale3 days ago
7 Travel and Fitness Hacks You Need to Know Before Travelling
I am a huge fitness junkie. As a fitness advocate, ex-personal trainer, and adventure traveller, I understand the struggle between travel and fitness. Many of those who've travelled can probably attes...
Brynna Robinson6 days ago
How to Travel Around Europe for Three Weeks with Only a Carry-On
Europe is at the top of most people's lists when it comes to travel destinations. When touring Europe, it's important to budget and to carry only necessities so you can get the most out of your Europe...
TheExploring Egg12 days ago
The Importance of Planning
Having just embarked on 3+ months of travel, I knew this would mean a lot of organization. I can see why companies who do this for a living exist! There’s the flights (easy bit), then accommodation (b...
Strangest Caves in the World
Ever since I was young, I had an obsession with caves — more specifically, the idea of an amazing underworld with entire ecosystems of their own. There's something just so amazing about the idea of li...
Maria Rose6 days ago
Universal Studios
Three months ago, our wedding got postponed because of Hurricane Irma. I was extremely upset, and my husband decided to take the plunge and get us both Annual Passes at Universal Studios Orlando. We h...
Katie Werthmann7 days ago
Guinness Storehouse
When I started looking into what I wanted to do when I get to Dublin I immediately wanted the Storehouse. Why, you ask, since you don't drink or even LIKE any beer at all, ever? Well, I like the stori...
Kelsey Knecht5 days ago
Iceland > Everything
Spring break of 2017 was just weeks away and every single friend group had a beach condo in Florida or a catamaran in Mexico that was calling their name. I had grown tired of the endless road trips an...
Megan Hemmings7 days ago
The Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond
Imagine you’re living somewhere a bit lacklustre, like a very average and grungy flat in a bland bit of Glasgow. You’re not within easy walking distance of many super nice things and every time you go...
My Little Renaissance
The sun was setting over the Pyrenees mountains, as I reached the top of the Piazzale Michelangelo viewing platform overlooking the beautiful city of Firenze (I know english is Florence, but it just d...
Jamie Kramer12 days ago
Travelling to Prague on a (Student) Budget
In September 2017, I travelled to Prague, Czech Republic for two weeks. I was specifically going for a course for university, but I still was privy to all the sights and sounds of Prague. I was lucky ...
Chelsey Lynna month ago
Driving Cross Country for Dummies
Driving across the country seems scary, seems like a massive, and impossible trip. However when I was 19 years old, I took on this so called crazy drive, in the middle of winter, in a punch buggy, wit...
Tiffany Owens2 months ago
What Crisis Can Teach Us
The scenario played itself over and over in my mind. Checking my bank account, realizing it was at zero, struggling to breathe through the ensuing panic. My dramatic brain ran off with more dramatic s...
Walking Across Europe
I have a huge passion for travel. It's something I think everyone should do to escape from the clutches of materialism and Western mentalities. To go and experience other cultures and meet some of the...
Acasia Tucker5 days ago
The Slow Poison of Wanderlust
It's past midnight. The grandfather clock in the kitchen rings down its late hours with a calm and steady beat. My temple whirs and spins. Thoughts of the world, the future, different times and spaces...
Patrick M7 days ago
Find a “Thing”
We zoomed down the highway, the tall buildings of Philadelphia on both sides of the car, bridges casting shadows on the car every time we passed underneath a cross street. Anyone familiar with Philade...
Ramona a month ago
Seoul 2017
As per tradition, my family took our great big summer trip back in August. We did not take a direct flight to Seoul from San Francisco. We went from San Francisco to Manila, and then we went to Seoul ...
Jane Akestera month ago
Wanderlust & Windchimes
I've always had the travel bug, ever since I backpacked around the world for a year with my bestfriend, at the tender age of 21. Traveling through Canada, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Hong Kong, and ...
Heidi Jacobsa month ago
Everest Base Camp
It's spring break of 2013, and I'm sitting on a rickety old fifteen passenger Twin Otter airplane with my dad and brother. It reeks of must, sweat, and slightly of mothballs. There's an ear-piercingly...
How to Plan a Babymoon Vacation
So you're having a baby. First of all, let me say this: girl, I respect your journey. You are so brave. What with the crazy swelling, delicious stuff unexpectedly making you want to vom, and the whole...
Liv Funnell2 months ago
Working Holiday Visa Guide
So you want to see the world but don’t have a small fortune at your disposal. Maybe you’ve just graduated from high school or university and have realised that you’d like to get some real-world, off t...
Benjamin Weinberg4 months ago
How to Stay Healthy on an Overnight Camping Trip
An overnight camping trip isn’t the easiest thing to pull off. This is especially the case when you’re in with your children and you’re wondering what it will take for things to go smoothly. Luckily, ...
Brianna Redmond36 minutes ago
The 10 Best Things to Do When Visiting Los Angeles
For however long you plan to visit, here is concise list of "must-sees" in the beautiful city of Los Angeles.
Top 6 Affordable Tropical Getaways
We’re coming down to the end of the year and temperatures keep dropping. Some of us are looking to escape the cold, but we may be a bit unsure about where we want to go. If you are planning a trip, he...
Rowan Marleya month ago
Worst Traveling Disasters of the 2000s
Travel has a tendency of being viewed as one of the most glamorous and adventurous things you can do. Truthfully, there's always a little bit of cool and overall epic adventure that you can expect—eve...
Samantha Reid4 days ago
Small Town Lessons
People have a strange perception of what it is like to grow up in a small town. Some people believe that it is boring. Some people believe that there is this wonderful sense of community. And some peo...
Krystal Norris6 days ago
The Oldest Christmas Celebration in Southern Louisiana
My latest adventure goes back to 90 years ago. Natchitoches, LA has been known for their Festival of Lights since before I was born. In 1927, Max Burgdof thought it would be exciting to find a new way...
Flint, Michigan
When I think of home, I think of where my family, friends, and roots are. And home to me is Flint, Michigan. What can I say about Flint? It is where I was born, where most of my family are, and where ...
Jefferey Spivey2 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 Johnson3 months 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...
Gareth Johnson6 months ago
Five Hot Destinations for Gay Travellers
Wherever you are in the world, it's never too early to start planning your next holiday, your next expedition, your next adventure. Of course, gay guys are a pretty diverse bunch of travellers, but as...
Angel Henschel13 days ago
How the PCT Changed My Attitude... and My Life
I was never much of a believer in fate or life-changing epiphanies until last summer when I decided to section-hike the infamous Pacific Crest Trail. I had a series of events in my life that seemed to...
Jan Contreras2 months ago
The Power of Faith
I am remembering back to the time this photo was taken in November 2016. I had spent the past few weeks like a rolling stone, backpacking by myself through Oregon where I found a job working on a lega...
Eslieann Lefler4 months ago
Two Wandering Souls
Little did we know, there, right in front of us, was change. For months I had been planning the trip of a lifetime. I had made spreadsheets and mapped out countless routes. Organizing each stop to cre...