Kaitlyn Smith6 hours ago
Planning a Trip to Tokyo Disney
To start I have just started planning this trip a couple of weeks ago. I am writing this because I cannot find a blog or a vlog that discuses the coast of traveling to Disney Tokyo. I have seen some o...
David Portera day ago
Best Spring Break Destinations for Families
As the father of a seven year-old, I love family travel. If you live in the Northeast or the Midwest, by the time January reaches its chilly conclusion, you’re probably already thinking about the perf...
Cannelle R-ma day ago
Who Am I?
I often get asked if I consider myself more French or German. Having a German mother and a French father, I have been raised in between two cultures. I was born in France but lived most of my life in ...
Three Reasons Why Going to a Summer Camp Can Literally Change Your Life
I want to start off by saying I'm completely biased to the camp I've been attending since I was seven, but I'm sure that all camps have a great experience, and are special in their own way. When I was...
How to Visit California on a Budget
A few months back in August I found out that one of my favorite artists, Eric Clapton, would be playing his very last concert at The Forum in LA. Due to me living in Austin TX, airfare and hotel stays...
Best All Inclusive Vacations in Mexico You Must Visit
Mexico is one of the most stunning spots to vacation at. From their hot, soft sandy beaches to the warm sun and cool, clear oceans, no one can ever go wrong with relaxing in Mexico. They also have awe...
Kristen Lee3 days ago
Top Ten Tips for Disneyland Trips
Disneyland. I love it. I hate crowds, and screaming children, and being run over by strollers, and to be honest, the guys in the suits creep me out a bit, but I absolutely love the madness that comes ...
Sarah Phillips10 days ago
Five Rules for Your Next Visit to a Friend's House
One of the best things about traveling, whether its the world, the country or even across town, is getting the opportunity to visit those distant friends and family who live beyond your own backyard a...
Ana Baptista12 days ago
Why I Decided to Travel
As a child I would always have this weird urge that wouldn't let me stay still. I daydreamed all the time and pretended I was somewhere distant, going through the most incredible adventures. Today, I ...
Journey to Israel's Civil Defence Front Line
Travellers seldom select new towns. What attraction is to be found in the shadow of concrete boxes? It pays to make an exception, however, for it is here that people live with their stories, vitality,...
The World's First Underwater Living Experience
"We do more than luxury. We do the impossible." – Josef Kleindienst, owner of the Kleindienst group, and visionary for what is known as "The Heart of Europe." This is a collection of six man-made isla...
Chloe Gilholya month ago
Things I Remember About Tokyo
Ever since I was little and started getting into anime, it was always my lifelong ambition to go to Japan. In July 2015, I made that dream into a reality and I think it was one of the best trips of my...
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?
Travel More...Travel Young...
It seems so easy for everyone to tell you why you SHOULDN’T do something, but I am here to tell you exactly why you SHOULD. My name is Sabrina, I am 24 years young, and most people would call me broke...
Jesheckah Lynn4 days ago
The Custom of Omiyage in Japan
While Japan is known as a busy and confusing land, filled with technology, amazing food, bright lights, and friendly people, few people actually know of the Omiyage or gifts given when you travel. Whi...
Livvy Clark14 days ago
The Importance of Traveling Somewhere New
You hear many talk about trips they’re planning on taking. Whether it be a great distance or just an hour away, travel is so important for your own character development. Not to mention that you get t...
Alice Sullivan3 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 DuMonde4 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 Michael4 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 ...
Maggie Dunn13 days ago
Kansas City
Growing up in Kansas City, I took my hometown for granted. It wasn't until I went to college in small town Missouri that I realized the beauty and magnitude that downtown Kansas City had to offer. Kan...
Amanda Stamper17 days ago
Best Places to Vacation on the East Coast
The east coast usually doesn't get as much love as other vacation destinations across the country, but it's about time that changes. Sure, the weather can be brutal during the winter months, but when ...
Kristen Lee3 days ago
Top Ten Tips for Disneyland Trips
Disneyland. I love it. I hate crowds, and screaming children, and being run over by strollers, and to be honest, the guys in the suits creep me out a bit, but I absolutely love the madness that comes ...
3 Temporary & Simple Solutions for Body Pain While Traveling
Traveling is pretty much a part of everyday life for many; whether you’re traveling for business or leisure. Being on the go can be fun and exciting, but it can also wreak havoc on your body. I always...
How to Road Trip Right
I'm a bit of an expert on road trips. I've driven from Massachusetts to Colorado twice, and back once. Each trip was about 30 hours of driving. I've driven from Massachusetts to Florida several times,...
Rahi Shah6 days ago
The Ultimate Bucket List Experiences
Our life is very long, but still not enough to experience what our beautiful world has to offer. There are so many things, so many moments, cultures, festivals, experiences, people, places that can in...
Delaney Kochan16 days ago
She Slept Soundly on the Seashore
The best things about camping are the things we don’t have while we’re at home living our busy lives: Solitude, an open sky, the sounds of a living earth that get overpowered by an ever-active civiliz...
'Ship Life' Is The Best Life!
Cruise ship vacations are often perceived to be designed for old or retired people. After spending time on a large Royal Caribbean ship, my perception of cruise vacations has completely changed. I had...
Have You Ever Stood On an Active Volcano? I Have
In the Summer of 2017, I was lucky enough to be given the opportunity to travel to Sicily, Italy and the chance to climb an old crater on Mount Etna with my mum and younger sister. Mount Etna is the t...
Roubaix, Journey to the Edge of France
In a triangle of dark, industrial land, where ancient borders meander, sits the town of Roubaix, a place of shadows and darkness, of ghosts and drizzle. Neither Belgian nor fully French, Roubaix is a ...
Best Way to Travel Europe!
I recently got to spend a summer travelling across Europe, during a Mediterranean cruise vacation. In my opinion, this is the best way to experience European culture—especially if it is your first tim...
How to Visit California on a Budget
A few months back in August I found out that one of my favorite artists, Eric Clapton, would be playing his very last concert at The Forum in LA. Due to me living in Austin TX, airfare and hotel stays...
Sierra Bell3 days ago
Trip to Austin, TX While on a Budget
Me and my best friend Priscilla decided to go on a super spontaneous trip to Austin, TX even though we were SO broke! We both had roughly $300 each so we knew we'd have to watch what we did. We sort o...
Jennifer Gaston7 days ago
How to Travel the World
As an adult, and a child, I had always envied people who could travel all over the globe. I had always thought, “I can’t do that, I’ve got to save money, and I make minimum wage.” There has always bee...
Cannelle R-ma day ago
Who Am I?
I often get asked if I consider myself more French or German. Having a German mother and a French father, I have been raised in between two cultures. I was born in France but lived most of my life in ...
Three Reasons Why Going to a Summer Camp Can Literally Change Your Life
I want to start off by saying I'm completely biased to the camp I've been attending since I was seven, but I'm sure that all camps have a great experience, and are special in their own way. When I was...
Nicole Goulet3 days ago
Through the Eyes of a Traveler
Standing at the airport and saying goodbye to my home was one of the hardest moments I've ever experienced. Waiting to board my flight to Seoul, South Korea I looked at my mother's tear filled eyes an...
Kaitlyn Smith6 hours ago
Planning a Trip to Tokyo Disney
To start I have just started planning this trip a couple of weeks ago. I am writing this because I cannot find a blog or a vlog that discuses the coast of traveling to Disney Tokyo. I have seen some o...
Blackman In Shanghai
It's been three years since my first trip to Shanghai. I am 23 now, and in the wake of the new year, I am a prey to nostalgic thoughts. So let me take you back to one of my fondest memories of the fir...
Chloe Gilholya month ago
Things I Remember About Tokyo
Ever since I was little and started getting into anime, it was always my lifelong ambition to go to Japan. In July 2015, I made that dream into a reality and I think it was one of the best trips of my...
Brittany McSorley3 months ago
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 Funnell3 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 Weinberg5 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, ...
Selina 11 days ago
5 Places You Need to Add to Your Travel Bucket List
Traveling is a passion for many people across the world. The adventure, freedom and the thrill that comes with traveling is something of an addiction. So for all the people who take joy in discovering...
Milica Markovica month ago
Travel Green! Top Eco-countries to Visit in 2018
Make 2018 a year for unforgettable escapades anywhere in the world! Here are six destinations that are either underrepresented on top lists and travel features, or are simply captivating with their ri...
Carolina Santos12 days ago
Culture Identification Series: What Exactly IS Culture?
What exactly is culture? For centuries we always identified culture as something unique to a country. How unique is culture exactly? Culture has always been a key reference to us remembering old natio...
Rahi Shah14 days ago
How a Trip to Mexico Changed My Life
Oh, Mexico, you beauty. Mexico is such an amazing country. Whether it's the scenery, the culture, or the people, Mexico has all the good that you could ask for. When I left for Mexico, I didn't have a...
Richard Douglas12 days 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 Spivey3 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 Johnson5 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...
Angel Henschel2 months 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 Contreras3 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 Lefler5 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...