I’ve met a lot of wonderful people in my travels, but Sri Lankans stood out in a way I’ve never experienced before. They took hospitality to another level and made me feel at home. Here are a few stories of my encounters with some of the kindest strangers I’ve ever met.
A lot of people don’t know that animal-based tourism (ex: Seaworld, elephant riding, tiger temples) is detrimental and abuse to the animals. In this post, I shed light on the animal tourism industry and provide better, more animal friendly alternatives for travelers.
Today I’m releasing this year’s editions of my city guides and announcing TWO BRAND NEW guides: Thailand and The Virgin Islands! These digital guides go in-depth beyond what’s on the blog and provide you with budget tips, practical information, and unique activities that get you off the beaten path in each destination.
Dan is a 31-year-old traveler from Canada who travels with a visual impairment. Legally blind, he shares his tips, tricks, and advice for how he travels to different countries as well as resources you can use if you are visually impaired.
The LGBT community is diverse and each sub-community has its own issues to deal with. In this post, Dani from Globetrottergirls explains why lesbian travel is different than traveling as a gay man or couple and the 4 things she thinks lesbians need to know before setting out on their travels.
Kristin Addis of Be My Travel Muse as she answers the 10 most common questions she gets from solo female travelers on topics such as money, safety, getting over negativity, meeting people overseas, and much, much more.