Choosing where to go can be one of the most difficult choices when it comes to travel. How do you narrow down your destinations, get on with your trip planning, and not suffer the anxiety that comes with choice overload? Here are 6 ways to deal with “analysis paralysis” and figure out where you will go next.
Austin’s known for an incredible food scene that has a ton of variety and fresh, local ingredients. After a couple of months in Austin and much food eaten, I’ve assembled a list of my favorite places thus far. From Asian cuisine to BBQ to American, you’ll find something delicious to eat if you’re ever in the city.
Easter Island is notoriously expensive to visit because it’s so remote – over 3,700 kilometers away from Santiago, Chile! Use the tips here to find out how to stretch your budget to the max. Learn how to save money on transportation, accommodation, food, drinks, and activities!
Time for another reader Q&A! It’s been a while since the last time I did this, so I sent out a call for questions from my newsletter readers! In this post, I answer questions about television shows, food, politics, upcoming projects. Besides personal questions, I also offer lots of travel advice to readers.
Introducing our new Travel Video Course, taught by experts Nadine (Hey Nadine) and Kristen (Hopscotch the Globe)! They have over 46,000,000 YouTube views, have worked with big brands, tourism boards, and production companies. In this course, you’ll learn how to make amazing travel videos and earn money from them!
Couchsurfing is a great way to save money (it’s free!) and it offers a peek into local life. However, many travelers make bad first impressions that cause them to miss out on being hosted. If you want to stand out from the crowd and stay with amazing hosts, follow these 7 steps – my tried-and-true Couchsurfing advice.