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.
Backpacking is a great way to explore the world. However, gay travelers have to deal with a new set of challenges on the road. Learn here how to face obstacles and overcome them when you travel so you can enjoy your backpacking experience to the fullest!
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.
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.
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.
You’re never too old to travel the world and Sherill is proof. At 72 years old, Sherill has been budget traveling for the past 10 years. In this interview, she discusses how she sold her stuff and went out to finally realize her travel dreams. This interview is filled with practical tips for others looking to do the same!