Dave shares how he built a career as a successful travel blogger, from his first Geocities website in 1998 to the launch of a new food blog 20 years later.
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A list of Go Backpacking’s 10 most popular posts published in 2014, plus a bonus list featuring the Editor’s picks.
Guest contributor Francis Tapon shares tips and strategies for how to crowdfund your travels using services like Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Dave reviews his experience with Online Taxman, an internet-based, tax preparation service specializing in American expat tax situations.
Dave looks back on a year of travel in 2013, including visits to Colombia, Mexico, Canada and Panama, and looks ahead to his plans for 2014.
Mark looks back at his travels and adventures from 2013, including visits to India, Nepal, Thailand, Tanzania, and Ethiopia.
am going to take a hiatus from writing on Go Backpacking in September, in order to focus on my next book, a travel guide to Lima. I am co-writing it with Colin Post of Expat Chronicles. By devoting more attention to this project in the coming month, we both hope to publish the guide well before […]
To everyone reading Go Backpacking through Google Reader, this service is being closed by Google as of July 1, 2013. That’s next Monday! In order to continue receiving all the awesome new stories from Go Backpacking, I highly recommend you switch to Feedly, another free service which I began using a few months ago (along with millions of others […]