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 […]
In this interview, Dani and Craig from The Wide Wide World share their tips and strategies for successful family travel. As avid travelers, they are no strangers to unique and challenging situations. If your family is considering a trip together, consider this must-read material.
Back in July, a friend recommended I watch the movie A Map for Saturday. I loved it. It is simply the best movie about backpacking. If you ever wanted to know why we travel and about life on the road, you should see this movie. I actually show it in hostels to other travelers. I […]
In this interview with Dawn and Sean from Wandering Why we talk about the ups and downs of traveling as a couple. Couples travel offers its own set of challenges, and it takes some preparation and patience to be able to adjust. Find out what tips and advice they have to offer for other traveling couples, and how you can make the most out of your travels together!
Rolf Potts is one of the most famous modern travelers writers out there. He burst onto the scene with his book, Vagabonding, and since then, the book has become a must travel for first time travelers. Rolf has, in many ways, become the face of modern backpacking. He recently took time out of his busyschedule to sit down and discuss backpacking.
An interview is from Moon Guidebook author William Friar. Author of their Panama guidebook (and three other books about Panama), he shares his insights on growing up in this rapidly developing country and what he thinks is in store in the future.