Pippa Brown12 hours ago
Cyclists on Trains: An Epidemic
Roughly 1.7 billion passenger journeys are recorded nationally on trains every year, but it only takes one passenger to be the prick bringing his bike onto the train. Now I realise that cycling has gr...
Nancy D12 hours ago
10 Artists to Get Inspired By
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Philip P.13 hours ago
What to Know Before Starting Your Gap Year Journey
In today’s society, it's become common practice to take a gap year after graduating high school. The thought of traveling is very exciting indeed, and everybody dreams about hitting the open road. Goo...
A Day in the City
I love being in the city. My Anne Shirley nature rises up and I fall in love once again with the culture, art, and sophistication of Chicago. Recently, I went downtown with my college friend, Audrey, ...
Rasma Raisters2 days ago
The Beauty of Sigulda
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Johnny Ball2 days ago
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
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Alex Blanco4 days ago
5 Travel Tips to Enhance Your Travel Experience
Traveling to another place is always a great opportunity. It gives you the chance to relax, have some fun, and learn something new. Personally, I have been blessed with the opportunity to travel to ei...
J P11 days ago
7 Hidden Gems of Scotland
It's no doubt that Scotland is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. From the vast rolling hills to the bustling of the cities, it's often hard to find those small places which make it fee...
Katie Marchbank18 days ago
Best Beach Honeymoon Destinations
Honestly, once I get married, I'm looking forward to the honeymoon way more than the actual wedding. Weddings are beautiful ceremonies, but can be very stressful to plan, and even more so if you're go...
Beth Rosea month ago
8 Must See Places in Rome
If you're visiting Rome, be sure to stop off at these places during your visit.
Linda K Silsbya month ago
Top 5 Beaches You Have to Experience While in Oahu
Oahu is known for a variety of things such as its food, culture, and most importantly the beaches. Especially being born and raised in Oahu, going to the beach was absolutely one of the best and fun t...
Rasma Raistersa month ago
Pride of the City
When speaking about Riga, the capital of Latvia, there are things and places within the city which stand above the rest. One of them and unique only to Riga is the city’s silhouette. It is dominated 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?
Natasha Sydor13 days ago
17 Tips You Need to Know Before Hiking the Everest Base Camp Trek
Adventurers come in all shapes and sizes, from all walks of life, with different reasonings and ambitions for their adventures. For me, I love the unknown: experiencing everything and anything I can f...
Walt Disney
Many people in my life have asked me why I always return to Disney World, why I don’t spend my holidays in another destination, why Disney, what is so special about that place that makes you return ev...
Dan Carpenter25 days ago
3 Reasons to Begin Vagabonding Now
If I had a nickel for every time somebody told me that they wanted to travel the world, I'd have been retired by the time I was ten. Seriously, there is nothing more cliché that we say to our friends....
Carol Wilsona month ago
Which Are the Deadliest Forests in the World?
A few decades ago, 30% of the land area across the globe was covered by forests. While this percentage may have dropped because of rapid urbanization and industrialization, forests still are a major p...
Skylar Abdeljalil2 months ago
13 Horrifying Incidents That Happened at Disney Parks
Disney parks have long been the epitome of childhood dreams. Wondrous rides and attractions, photo-ops with beloved characters, and a plethora of parades and shows make Disney a place where innocence ...
EmmaLeigh Rivera3 months ago
Best Ferris Wheels Around the World
Confession time: I'm a girl that loves a ferris wheel and have found that the best are those that overlook a beautiful cityscape. With famous wheels in cities like London, Santa Monica, and Seattle, h...
New York, New York
For me, foreign travel has always been a contentious issue at the best of times but it seems more so now than ever before, what with complex international relationships right across the world develop...
Rachael Howard13 days ago
The Adventures of Cream Pop
Hi, my name is Cream Pop! I am two inches tall, and I love going on adventures with my people. Their names are not important because this one is about me. Mom calls me a diva, but I think it's more of...
Most Extreme Places to Camp in America
Camping is one of those activities that basically requires you to be somewhat rugged. A person who isn't willing to deal with a bug bite or a little mud will not fare well in a campground setting—even...
Philip P.13 hours ago
What to Know Before Starting Your Gap Year Journey
In today’s society, it's become common practice to take a gap year after graduating high school. The thought of traveling is very exciting indeed, and everybody dreams about hitting the open road. Goo...
Alex Blanco4 days ago
5 Travel Tips to Enhance Your Travel Experience
Traveling to another place is always a great opportunity. It gives you the chance to relax, have some fun, and learn something new. Personally, I have been blessed with the opportunity to travel to ei...
Hannah Burton5 days ago
Oahu: What to Do When You Get There!
Depending on where you're staying and how long you have, the island really isn't that big, and it only takes an hour to get from one side of the island to the other. So the timing should be fine on vi...
Nancy D12 hours ago
10 Artists to Get Inspired By
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A Day in the City
I love being in the city. My Anne Shirley nature rises up and I fall in love once again with the culture, art, and sophistication of Chicago. Recently, I went downtown with my college friend, Audrey, ...
Kristen J Vance7 days ago
Everything You Need to Know About Fishing in Australia
Australia is well-known among fishermen and for plenty of excellent reasons. It has a diverse variety of options to choose from, from rock fishing to beach fishing, from tuna to sailfish and many more...
Krystal Ferweda9 days ago
Hidden History and Hidden Gems
Hidden History Paris, France is one of the most beautiful places that you can visit. It is known as the “city of lights” and the “city of love.” There are however many things that most people know bec...
Rasma Raisters12 days ago
'Three Devil’s Servants in the Devil’s Mill'
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Abbey Ryan14 days ago
The Iceland Packing List
Maybe you're not that organized of a person and would rather just throw some junk in a suitcase than make a packing list and pack everything on it (*cough* me), but if you do that with Iceland, then y...
Solo Cruising for the Budget Traveler
Going on an international cruise was something I always wanted to do, but it was difficult trying to get friends and family to go due to work schedules, personal lives, not having passports, or lack o...
Shelby Colemana month ago
Figuring out Europe
The first few weeks of traveling were all so eye-opening. Where do I go? How do I get there? Should I learn some words of their language? What is the currency like? Where do I book my accommodation? A...
New York City: The Big Apple for a Small Bite
New York is the dream destination for many people, but often is perceived as out of their price range and unfeasible. With bright lights, thousands of high end shops, beautiful parks, and the famous N...
Jaz Persing22 days ago
Big Sur Backtracking
In April of 2017, the situation had become untenable. I don’t know what I meant by the “situation,” exactly, but I think it was more akin to life and where it was eluding me. And the truth is, I’d bee...
Montse Mirandaa month ago
Small Experiences Teach Life Changing Lessons
Imagine for a second that you were raised in a country that claims itself as “Center of the world, heart of the universe.” You’d think that cultural understanding is common, wouldn’t you? Well, I was,...
G. Ga month ago
Travel Types
There are a number of different people you will build relationships with while travelling, and if you do as I did (a small group tour for eight weeks) you will form those bonds before you even realise...
Johnny Ball2 days ago
Mad Dogs and Englishmen
“That twat Harry Kane is facking shit! If I were in charge I’d leave him behind. And that twat Alli ‘nd all!” By the time I arrived in Jagtial, John had been walking alone for almost 4 weeks and hadn’...
Nicole Owen7 days ago
South Korea Living
My Experience Living in South Korea
Martyn Snow24 days ago
The Autobiography of a Nobody Pt. 4
There was something strange about Thailand that stood out immediately to me, and once again it involved meal times. Every time we sat down to eat, whether it be at breakfast, lunch or dinner, we were ...
Jennica Janae14 days ago
How to Travel in Red Bank, NJ
Red Bank, NJ is my all time favorite place. It’s my go-to—my escape, if you will. Whenever I’m feeling down or stuck in Michigan, I run off to Red Bank and live the gypsy life I was always meant to li...
Leanna Davis2 months ago
How To Wash Your Clothes While Camping
The most fun part of camping is getting down and dirty. So, instead of piling your muddy and messy clothes in the corner of your tent, only to stink up your campsite, put some soap and water to good u...
Kimberley Adams2 months ago
How to Buy Travel Insurance
Living in the carefree days of my twenties, the thought of travel insurance never crossed my mind. When I was young I never truly thought about the incidentals, my laser-like focus was on the end goal...
Rachel Coston6 days ago
10 Waterfalls to Add to Your Bucket List
Cool down this summer at any of these falls.
Shae-Lynn Thyret2 months ago
5 Things to Know When Preparing to Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro
Just after Christmas in 2016, I set out on the adventure of a lifetime —climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro. The trip and climb was a huge success, but there were still some things I wish I'd done to be better p...
Ada Zuba2 months ago
Top Places to Travel
Hello! Are you thinking about traveling but not so sure where to go? Well, do not worry. Here is a list of places you must visit before you die. This list was very hard to compile because there are so...
Rasma Raisters2 days ago
The Beauty of Sigulda
The History of Sigulda Sigulda’s inhabitants can be traced back as far as the 2nd century B.C. as they settled here and hunted, fished, and bred domestic animals. Settlers known as Livi have been in t...
Dines Rohila17 days ago
What is Raksha Bandhan Festival
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Benjamin Pla23 days ago
How Western Culture Has Affected Japan
From Coke bottles on Shinto shrines to the Japanese almost completely abolishing the usage of squat toilets—yes, squat toilets—Japan has been heavily influenced by western culture, from their media, f...
Richard Douglas4 months ago
Does Manchester's Gay Village Have a Future?
A friend pointed out to me this weekend that I love lists. And I do. I love a good list. So I'm going to start with one now and ask you a question at the same time ~ What does everything on this list ...
Jefferey Spivey7 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 Johnson9 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...
Jamile Bittara month ago
How an Exchange Program Changed My Life
It started as an escape. Something new for me to do to forget about a massive heartbreak that I thought I couldn’t forget about. It started as a blank page. A fresh start. Something that was just mine...
Rowan Marley3 months ago
Most Dangerous Places for Female Travelers
Traveling as a woman isn't always easy. In fact, women are much more likely to end up getting hurt while traveling abroad than men are—and that's a statistical fact. That being said, traveling as a si...
Alina Gallupe3 months ago
6 Travel Tips for Women Visiting India
India is a vast and beautiful subcontinent. This magical country is home to over 200 national languages, all major world religions, and a variety of subcultures. India cannot be pinned down to one cul...