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Steven Altman5 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...
Molly Winton5 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...
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 ...
Letitia Payne5 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...
Sophie Rose5 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...
Monica Bennett6 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 ...
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...
Eli Sooker6 days ago
Campsite #5: Wakkanai, Forest Hill Camping in the North
Of all the campsites I went to, this one was probably my favourite. Before leaving Asahikawa, I searched Google Maps for campgrounds in Wakkanai, Hokkaido's northernmost city, and "Wakkanai Forest Par...
Martin Berg7 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...