humanity

If nothing else, travel opens your eyes to the colorful quilt that is humankind.

Katie Fa day ago
Why Travel Can Change Perspective
Looking back at my holiday, now, I realise I had a trip of a lifetime. It was a normal family holiday that became an adventure that I will treasure in my heart forever. Many of you will be accustomed ...
Kader Folles8 days ago
The Three Van-Dwellers
Having broken down again, we were feeling pretty worse for wear. We were pulled up at the side of a small country road, somewhere in the south of France. However that day, our bad luck seemed to be ba...
Lauren Day9 days ago
I Booked a One Way 12 AM Ticket Home and I Don't Know When I'm Coming Back
On Tuesday, I was tired, sad, and restless. I had been sad for the past couple of weeks. Restless. Uncertain of a lot of things. I haven't been sleeping well for like, two weeks now. Moving has been a lot of things but it's mostly been tiring—emotionally draining. But late on Tuesday night, I just decided I was done. I felt this massive urge to go home all day and I couldn't shake it. I needed to go home, see my home. Be in my house. Ride my bike to my favorite coffee shop in the morning and say...
Reid Moore9 days ago
​​Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in Brooklyn
Growing up on 56th Street in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn of the late 60s and early 70s was a young boy's paradise. As close as a city kid could get to a Huck Finn or Tom Sawyer-like existence. The front door ...
Caledonian Cogs20 days ago
Continental Cogs
You may think that riding a motorbike is a lonely affair? It can be, and although that is often the appeal, there always comes a time when a friendly face or a gentle soul changes the tone of an adven...
Lauren Daya month ago
I Moved
Moving is painful. I can't and don't know what or how to feel. I wanted this months ago, and now that it came, I'm nervous. I'm anxious. I'm sad. I'm so so sad. I miss home so much, to be honest. For ...
Tajae Faxon2 months ago
Black Pride
The big ball of raging heat made salty sweat trickle slowly down my forehead. I covered my eyes for shade, and for protection from the small dust storms swirling through the air. I wished I had a buck...
Shanice Lawrence2 months ago
Moving Into the Future
I’ve honestly thought about living abroad since I was 15. Anyone who’s ever had a Tumblr (millennials) will attest to how beautiful those traveling photos look. You can literally feel the Arizona sun ...
Savannah McKinley2 months ago
Why We Travel
The Millennial Obsession
Annabella Stoyke2 months ago
Back to Roots...
I grew up on a farm in a small rural town of Muskoka. It was 200 acres of field and forest with limitless opportunities for new places to explore. My childhood was full of snowmobiling, tobogganing, s...
Benjamin Weinberg2 months ago
The Wonder of Flight
Imagine a scenario where you were able to transport yourself back in time to the 1950s. You would be coming from the modern era and a time now where you can travel to your heart’s content if you have ...
Rose Gold3 months ago
North Sentinel Island Has the Last Unconnected People on Earth 🌎
Earth is a very massive planet that has come a long way through our technological advances. It may be hard to believe that there are people who don’t know about a cell phone or computer. Although it has become a known fact that there aren't any uncharted places left, with the exception being the North Sentinel Island. The island is part of the Andaman group of islands in the Bay of Bengal. You may wonder how those inhabited on the island haven't come to learn from us. The Sentinels keep any indi...
Jaz Persing4 months 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 Miranda4 months 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. G4 months 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...
Morgan Veysey4 months ago
Just Another Daydream
I've been dreaming of moving to New York City for some time now. Since I realized what a talent for writing I have, I've been aching to move to the big city, hoping I'll make a big break there. People...
Ruth Gibson4 months ago
The Hardest Thing About Travelling
Planning your dream trip is exciting. Where will you go? What will you see? How long will you stay in each place? Who might you meet? What modes of transport will you use? There are so many questions ...
Melissa Lhune4 months ago
Why We Travel
A couple of months ago, we were having a chat about our world tour with one of our couch surfing hosts in Turin and when I mentioned we'd only been on the road for two months, he laughed and said “Wow...