Travel frustrations and annoyances are an inevitable part of any journey, regardless of length. Here are five tips to ensure you can continue to have fun.
aving no permanent home and being faced with countless distractions are part of the lifestyle of working while traveling. While travel blogging is something I highly enjoy doing, unless I remain dedicated and focused at times, days will fly by and I won’t get anything accomplished. That’s the reason I have to make steps and […]
You’ve just finished trekking in Nepal for a week or riding trains across Russia for two. Your wardrobe has consisted of heavy Keen hikers, cargo pants and the same fleece pullover the entire trip — now the attire in every photo taken thus far. In the short-term, this setup puts little strain on the female […]
The most expensive part about traveling to the Philippines is the initial flight to get there.
Here are 5 universal reasons you’ll want to avoid travel at some point in your life.
Derek Baron from WanderingEarl.com has a new eBook about getting out and seeing the world.
This being a top-notch backpacker blog, and you being a reader of said swell blog, we’re all quite up to speed on the phenomenon called couchsurfing, yes? And we’re also aware that Couchsurfing.com isn’t the only homestay/hospitality network under the sun. Some involve dues. Others have extensive application processes. Some have specified interests in promoting […]
They were mentors for those of us in the younger generation, preparing us for the real world.
As an ESL instructor, there are times that may require you to become a bit of a hypocrite.
I had to ask myself whether I strived to cultivate a friendship or a student-teacher relationship.