I’ve been backpacking for over five years now. That’s a long time to travel period, let alone stay in dorm rooms, live out of the same backpack, and travel on the cheap. I really love this form of travel though, which is why I’ve continued to do it for so many years. I enjoy hostels, meeting […]
Walking into a new hostel, hotel, or city, or getting on a tour without anyone knowing you can be liberating. There’s no baggage or preconceived notions that follow you. There’s just you and who you are at the moment right there and then. Everyone there is a blank slate. In fact, you can fill in […]
Five years is a long time to be on the road. I never thought I was going to travel this long. Yet here I am, still on the road. I’ve learned a ton during these past years, about myself and the world around me. Here are the highlights!
There aren’t many places in the world I despise or fill me with disgust. One of those places is Ko Phi Phi, Thailand. I’ve never understood the hype about it or why people like it so much. Other than being a place to buy expensive drinks, it really has no redeeming qualities. Just like Sunny Beach, Bulgaria. […]
There can come a time when your relationship “spark” loses some its brightness. While exploring new cultures and racing around the world, it‘s easy for your relationship to fall to the wayside or end up in a rut. In this guest post, Ant from Positive World Travel shares some tips to keep the relationship interesting while you’re on the road.
One thing I love about having a travel blog is that it lets me met amazing everyday people and also gives me a chance to meet my travel heroes. I’ve had drinks with Pauline Frommer, met Rick Steves, became friends with Johnny Jet and Matt Gross the (ex-)Frugal Traveler, hung out with Rolf Potts, and […]