You might wonder how I manage to travel and if I am holding something back. Am I leaving something out? What is my secret to escaping the cubicle and being a nomad? Did I win the lottery? Do I have a trust fund? There must be something that makes me so special. In this post, I finally spill the beans.
Kindred spirits abound on the travel trail, and people are constantly starting and ending relationships – sometimes in the same day. So there you are, in that hostel with your new romance – what do you do? Where will you go? Well, here are some do’s and don’ts for having sex in a hostel – let me explain!
When you travel, it’s easy to stick out as a tourist: bermuda shorts, fanny pack, huge camera, giant map – you know the type. The target for thieves, scammers, and ridicule. In this post, I give four examples of the stereotypical tourist so you can avoid being labeled as one and blend in with the place you’re visiting.
One of the most wonderful things about long-term travel is that it’s…well, long-term. And because you have more time to travel, you have a greater opportunity to choose to travel green. As someone who has traveled long-term, I know it can be hard to feel like we as individuals can still make a difference. But […]
I used to be a two-week traveler. Every year, I would plan two-week-long trips to some locale, board a plane, run around, and return happily exhausted. When my husband and I moved to Madrid three weeks ago, selling all of our belongings and arriving only with two suitcases and our dogs, I expected much of […]
There are certain skills that might help you more than others if you’re traveling because if there is one constant in travel, it is that eventually, something goes wrong. But the good news is that they are skills you can learn and the longer you are gone, the more you learn to deal with unexpected situations.