There are so many trip planning resources out there: the Google Trips app; 100,000+ blogs; countless forums, communities, and sharing-economy websites; and everything in between. In that sea of endless information, here’s how to find what is accurate and trustworthy.
There might be a lot of things holding you back from traveling: you’re don’t have a lot of money, are working a job you hate, or have tons of loans. Yet that is the perfect circumstance to start looking beyond your immediate area and start figuring out how to travel the world!
Islay, Scotland is known for having world-class whiskeys. I recently went there with my good friend Sean and we did tastings at seven of the eight distilleries on the Scottish island. I was captivated by Islay’s beauty and their delicious and peaty whiskeys (I even made my own!).
Ceil Tulloch has been working abroad teaching English abroad for the past 11 years and most recently has been teaching in Saudi Arabia. In this interview, she shares her experience with life and work in Saudi Arabia as well as tips for starting a career as an English teacher.
Whether you’re hitting the road for the first time or the tenth, there are a few places in the world that stand out as great options for women travelers. In her latest column, Kristin Addis shares her favorite destinations for female travelers – and why they can’t be missed.
I’ve come a long way, but believe it or not, I knew nothing about making websites when I started my blog. And nowadays, it’s easier than ever to start one that looks great right out the gate. In this post, I give a tutorial on how to create a travel blog from scratch.