Last week, I lost my passport. It was by far the worst thing that has happened to me while traveling. Sure, getting hospitalized due to food poisoning in Costa Rica was pretty bad, but emotionally, losing nine years of stamps is worse. So I thought it only fitting that has we get half way through […]
In this post, I share the stories from readers who travel. With my blog now turning three, I wanted to hear from members of the community. In their own words, they share why they felt travel was something they needed to do.
The Lost Girls (Amanda, Holly, and Jen) were three friends from NYC who decided to set out on a round the world trip. Their blog become a hit and inspiration for others, especially among women seeking to travel the world. They have recently published a book chronicling their adventures. Today, I sit down with Amanda […]
Pauline Frommer, daughter of guidebook legend Arthur Frommer, sits down with us to talk about the family business, her own line of guidebooks, budget travel tips, and her worst travel experience ever. Nomadic Matt: Many kids choice the opposite of their parent’s interest but you embraced your father’s love of travel. Is there one moment […]
In 2008, I had the privilege of interviewing Chuck Thompson. Chuck is a very well known travel writer and one of the first interviews I ever did. I had just finished his book, “Smile When You’re Lying, and sent an off chance interview request to him. Surprisingly”, he agreed. Smile When You’re lying is a […]
Christopher Elliott is a syndicated columnist for MSNBC, the Washington Post, and National Geographic and writes about consumer rights, the travel industry, travel tips, and helps consumers troubleshoot problems they encounter. His articles frequently talk about consumer relations and he is always helping people deal with the bureaucracy of many travel companies. I lucky enough to […]