Because different questions arise if you are traveling as part of the LGBT community, I’m introducing a new column by LGBT travel guru, Adam Goffman. In this first post, he addresses safety concerns and other worries of gay travelers.
Yesterday was my birthday. I turned 35. I celebrated by having 1920s Gatsby-themed party, as I love the ’20s. The jazz, fashion, speakeasies, and literature — I wish I could go back in time and experience it! (And yes, I do love Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris!) Normally, the thing to do when you turn […]
Free travel is my favorite kind of travel! This post shows you how to take money out of the travel equation and frequent flier programs to get free flights and hotel rooms. The 8 strategies listed here will get you out of your house faster, cheaper, and in comfort. – without having to travel more.
Patagonia is the perfect vacation spot for outdoorsy types, with its many glaciers and tiny, remote villages scattered all throughout. This region is worth taking your time to see and there are tons of amazing spots to visit. Here are 18 of the best natural spots to visit, as chosen by Kristin Addis.
Every year, thousands of travelers wonder how they can stay in Europe for more than 90 days – the limit in the Schengen Zone. The good news is that there are a few different ways to stay, but it can get complicated. In this post, I share what you can do to stay legally beyond the typical tourist limits.
Travel blogging is a crowded field — and it gets more crowded by the day. And a lot of the advice that people give is actually counterintuitive to your success. It takes a lot of hard work to be successful in this industry. After years of doing this, here are my 9 tips for running a blog that’s successful.