On October 30th, I released the third edition of my book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day. If there’s one constant in travel, it’s that it is forever changing. And so the tips and prices I wrote in the last edition, which only came out two years ago, are out of date. […]
Twelve years ago I was inspired to travel the world by a group of backpackers in Thailand. Since then, I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able to build a business around my passion for travel. With the release of a new edition of my book, How to Travel the World on $50 A Day, I wanted to give something back to the community that has helped and inspired me over the years. To celebrate my book’s release, I’m going to give someone $50 a day – for an entire year!
Travel insurance is one of the most important things you’ll need for your trip. There’s a 99% chance you will never need to use the policy you bought, but accidents happen and life on the road is uncertain. In the end, it’s better to be safe than sorry!
I bought my first Lonely Planet guide book back in 2005, and I’ve been collecting them ever since. Yet, lately, I’ve noticed that their quality has gone down significantly. Are they still the relevant and reliable source they once were, or is the “backpacker’s blue bible” on the brink of extinction?
Photography is a skill, and like all skills it takes practice and the right equipment to succeed. In this guest post, award-winning photographer Laurence Norah from Finding the Universe shares his photography tips to help you find the best camera for your travel style, skill level, and budget.
This week, I have two important announcements to make. First, I’ve updated and expanded my Travel Hacking guidebook. It will show you how you can start earning free flights today with minimal effort! Second, I will be hosting travel meet-ups across the USA and Canada over the next few weeks!