Crysta Coburn14 hours ago
Visiting Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor is the fifth largest city in Michigan with a population of roughly 120,000. It's a college town with several nicknames, among them Tree Town, The People's Republic of Ann Arbor, and A2 (plea...
Deia DeMarco17 hours ago
How I Get Cheap Flights
Generally, when we travel, the most expensive part about the whole trip is just the freaking PLANE TICKET!! Let's be honest here, my bank account is about as healthy as the average college student, bu...
Theresa Christine17 hours ago
How to Travel Alone Without Feeling Lonely
I like to think I've reached a point in my life where I can discern between alone-ness and loneliness, but the lines sometimes blur. It can be especially hard as I travel now in my 30s. In my 20s, sle...
Mountain Sagea day ago
Yamagata
What I remember about Yamagata Prefecture the first time I drove into it was its striking resemblance to the appearance of its sister city of Boulder, Colorado in the USA. I knew Boulder well as it wa...
Alan Russell2 days ago
Swanage - Dorset - England
Swanage town is located on Britain's south coast and has been building its reputation as a traditional British seaside town since the era of the Victorians in the 19th century. Its unique position giv...
Steven Altman2 days ago
Fika, Lagom, & Hygge
Denmark and Sweden both have very rich and overlapping histories. As countries, when you take a look at them from the outside it would seem that they are similar. Both Scandanavian and neighbors, mayb...
Letitia Payne4 days ago
The First Backpacking Trip: What I Should Have Done
In May this year I embarked on my first ever backpacking adventure. In fact it was my first time leaving Europe at all. The destination was Vietnam, a journey beginning in the south with the sprawling...
Nicola P. Young6 days ago
Soulstice's Kickstarter Campaign Gives You a New Way to Save the Rainforest, One Bracelet at a Time
Deforestation is destroying rainforests at a rate of more than 1.5 acres per second. If that rate remains steady, that means that 47.3 million acres of rainforest will disappear each year. The impact ...
Meghan T10 days ago
Traveler's Guide to Kauai
So you made it! You're here at the Lihue airport. You've been waiting for this day for a long time and it's finally here. You land and grab your luggage, what next? The island of Kauai is a magical pl...
Camille Hale13 days ago
International Travel Planning for Beginners
Everyone travels differently. There are some people who take months and months to plan a trip and then there are some who just pack a bag, go to the airport, and buy a ticket to anywhere. I prefer pla...
Marguerita Tan18 days ago
15 ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Locations You Need Not Be Crazy, Rich, or Asian to Visit
Crazy Rich Asians, based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Singapore-born Kevin Kwan, officially became the most successful Hollywood studio rom-com in nine years after grossing $117.3 mil...
Caledonian Cogsa month ago
Cursed Trees and Blessed Nature
The Summer draws to a close but the biking season is still in full flow. Last week I took a quick jaunt south again. The Scottish borders truly have some wonderful sights, perfect for navigating your ...
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?
Differences from the UK to the US That You Might Need to Know!
We all love America, but it is very different from home, so be prepared! Here are a few things that might be useful to you, taking into account that I am writing about the state of Georgia, in the South, and that every state has different rules and laws, but I will include broader differences also.
Steven Altman3 days ago
Minimalist, Ok?
I would like to tell you that I was a minimalist before it was cool. That this has been a massive part of my life and always will be. I can't, it wouldn't be the right thing to do. I will keep it simp...
Letitia Payne4 days ago
The First Backpacking Trip: What I Should Have Done
In May this year I embarked on my first ever backpacking adventure. In fact it was my first time leaving Europe at all. The destination was Vietnam, a journey beginning in the south with the sprawling...
Kaitlyn Smith6 days ago
Paris
France has the only two things toward which we drift as we grow older- intelligence and good manners.” —F. Scott Fitzgerald
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Kaylea Kidd18 days ago
5 Reasons to Travel More
Do you need a reason to travel? Are you traveling enough? Is there such thing as traveling enough? There are many reasons to travel or travel more. Here are five key reasons why people should be trave...
Caitlin Ziglera month ago
20 Movies to Watch Before Your Trip to Universal Studios, FL and Islands of Adventure
Over 100 years of movie magic has inspired so many attractions and characters at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure that have brought smiles, tears, and laughter to millions. Before you embark...
Crysta Coburn14 hours ago
Visiting Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor is the fifth largest city in Michigan with a population of roughly 120,000. It's a college town with several nicknames, among them Tree Town, The People's Republic of Ann Arbor, and A2 (plea...
Kaitlyn Smith3 days ago
A Love Note to Philadelphia
Have you ever visited a city for the first time and just felt this click? I'm not trying to make it sound overly dramatic but there is this magical moment where you just know that you were meant to be...
Molly Winton7 days ago
My Camp America Experience: The Honest Truth!
'The only thing worse than being at Summer Camp is not being at Summer Camp at all.' As we packed up our stuff and left for home, we asked each other exactly how we were going to sum up our camp exper...
Tips for the US Embassy in London!
So, as I said I had to travel to London from Manchester in order to attend my Visa application appointment. Now, here you have three options. Drive to London Stay in a hotel the night before Get a tra...
Camille Hale6 days ago
Language Learning Tools For Travelers
The whole point of travel is to experience a culture and environment that is completely outside of your usual day-to-day. That's my view at least. One major way I like to immerse myself further into a foreign destination is to learn a little bit of the language. It's not only fun, but it's incredibly helpful. From what I've heard, the locals love it when you try to communicate with them in their own tongue. Even if you aren't fluent, they admire that you try. When I found out I was going to Sout...
How to Travel Carry-on Only
I was a Girl Scout growing up, and one of the key lessons I was taught was: be prepared. No matter now short the trip or whatever the weather forecast predicted, I needed to be ready for all of it. Ra...
Steven Altman3 days ago
Do You Know Where Calgary Is?
When I travel, meeting people is inevitable. The conversation is usually broken up into little pieces to get to know each other and find some common ground. It is fun to hear where they are from, the ...
Lisa Briskey3 days ago
Log Cabin Village Museum and Texas Tulip
This museum was first opened to the public in 1966 after six log cabins dated from the mid 1800s were selected to be restored and moved to the place where it is today. This project called the Village,...
Electric Bikes Are Taking Over
Imagine you are in a new city sightseeing without a car like any typical tourist. You are walking in 90+ degrees and can no longer feel your feet. You still have a half mile to your destination and yo...
Alan Russell2 days ago
Swanage - Dorset - England
Swanage town is located on Britain's south coast and has been building its reputation as a traditional British seaside town since the era of the Victorians in the 19th century. Its unique position giv...
Martin Berg5 days ago
The Birds of Pasvic
We hosted quite an unusual festival on one of the most distant islands in Russia, located a few hundred meters from the Norwegian border. Truth be told, it’s hard to say what was more unusual about it...
Deia DeMarco17 hours ago
How I Get Cheap Flights
Generally, when we travel, the most expensive part about the whole trip is just the freaking PLANE TICKET!! Let's be honest here, my bank account is about as healthy as the average college student, bu...
Molly Winton3 days ago
Exploring NYC on a Budget: Where to Go and What to See!
Okay so let's set the scene. There's six days in New York City, five inexperienced students, four modes of transport, three unforgettable restaurants, (only) two major disasters, and one unforgettable...
Traveling on a Budget!
So you want to travel, but have little money? Well you still can. Traveling is only expensive to a high maintenance person. So if you aren’t high maintenance and can save a few hundred dollars, then y...
Mountain Sagea day ago
Yamagata
What I remember about Yamagata Prefecture the first time I drove into it was its striking resemblance to the appearance of its sister city of Boulder, Colorado in the USA. I knew Boulder well as it wa...
Sophie Rose4 days ago
My Blue Windbreaker
Have you ever done something that was so insanely out of your comfort zone but simultaneously felt so comfortable? September 15, 2017, directly after graduating high school, I decided I was going to s...
Journal Entries for Self Discovery - Day 3
Hello, and welcome to day three. If you're new, I might suggest going back to read my first two posts... or not. I am keeping a (public) journal to try the 30 days of self-discovery and giving my opin...
An Trana month ago
Soaking in the Awesome
Ah! School is almost starting, and I'm already having trouble keeping up with writing about my life. Well, we left off on Friday, so on Saturday, I woke up at roughly 5AM right when the sun began to r...
An Trana month ago
Feeling Good
And just like that, my first week in Japan has past. This week was been nothing short of incredible. Backtracking, I don't remember too much of what had happened on Wednesday, my second full day in Hi...
joanna liua month ago
A Trip to Japan: A Guide for the First Timer
I came to the conclusion that I wanted to make a guide for navigating the fast-paced, exuberant, and often times peculiar world of Japan after my visit in May of 2018. It was not my first time steppin...
Sarah Writes20 days 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,...
Daniel Noblea month ago
What You Need to Know Before Attempting #Vanlife
We've all seen those Instagram posts, beautifully clean van, back door open looking over an azure sky and a golden beach. It is enough to make any of us want to swap our lives for the promise of a lif...
Faith Oa month ago
How Traveling to Barcelona Made Me Appreciate London
This started off as a journal entry that I'd made upon returning home to London, here were some of my sentiments at the time: "After so much talk about going to Barcelona I'm now back in London and al...
Evelien DM2 months ago
What to Pack for a Summer Trip to Iceland
If you've ever wondered what to pack for a summer trip to Iceland, you're not the only one! Before traveling to Iceland myself, I had to look up different blogposts about what to pack, and I still did...
Faith Summer2 months ago
Ultimate 2018 Travel Bucketlist
Each year there are more and more people traveling the world. People are becoming more aware of all the world has to see and offer. Travel blogs, vlogs, and Instagrams are popping up all over the plac...
Amazing cities to visit, A-Z
There are a whopping 195 countries on Earth! Step back and let that sink in. Our planet is home to 195 separate countries each having their own language, geography, cultures, customs, and people. If y...
Steven Altman2 days ago
Fika, Lagom, & Hygge
Denmark and Sweden both have very rich and overlapping histories. As countries, when you take a look at them from the outside it would seem that they are similar. Both Scandanavian and neighbors, mayb...
Monica Bennett4 days ago
A New York Yankee in Georgia
Cultural whiplash! Don't let the pictures of New York City and Atlanta fool you. They may both be bustling cities and represent the best each area has to offer, but living in the south for a New York ...
Paulina Pachel14 days ago
Thoughts of an Immigrant...
After sixteen years of being away from a place I had once considered my oasis, being reunited with one of my long-esteemed childhood friends in Chicago had been like a breath of fresh air. After being...
Richard Douglas8 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 Spiveya year 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 Johnsona year 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...
Travelin'
September 20th, 2018 A lot of people have asked if I would be doing a travel blog while on my journey across the, well, wherever the fuck I am going, so here it is… It’s September 20th, 2018, and I’m ...
Jessi Schultz5 days ago
The Beginning of the Lady Pirate’s Life
The life and times of buying my first boat (home) in Hawaii. It seems like a normal routine to live close to or even on the water when living in a place like Oahu, Hawaii. One would think everyone had...
Skunk Uzeki15 days ago
Tips for Women Traveling Alone in India
India is a beautiful country that's filled with a rich culture, delicious food, and some of the most breathtaking sights in the world. Home to the Taj Mahal, Bollywood, and a wide range of incredible ...