Keith Mason is the founder of Points Hack, an Australian travel hacking website. He works to make the art of using frequent flyer and spending rewards programs more accessible to Australians. In this interview, he shares how he got started and how other Australians (and New Zealanders) can get started as well.
Travel writer David Farley’s resume boasts books, articles, and professorships at NYU and Columbia. In this interview, we discuss all things writing, like how he got started and his advice for aspiring writers. If you’re interested in the industry, this interview is a must-read.
In this post, I interview Alex – a 29-year-old black guy from Northern California who’s traveling the world. In it, he shares how he got started as well as the obstacles he’s had to face – both at home and abroad – based on the color of his skin.
Last year, I announced a case study program, in which I would work with a cross-section of readers and help them plan and execute their trips. Step-by-step, I walked them through all the stages of travel planning and helped them to create a roadmap toward their dream. Nearly a year later, here are their results.
In this post, Jim Kirkland, a 64-year-old US Army veteran, explains how he travels with mobility issues due to an unusual autoimmune disease called Inclusion Body Myositis. Here are his tips and advice for how he travels and resources you can use if traveling as a veteran and/or in a wheelchair.
Community member and travel blogger Will is an “extreme” budget traveler. For 8 years, he’s camped, hitchhiked, and experienced the world on less than $20 a day! In this interview, he shares his best travel tips for how you can be adventurous on a budget.